Thankfully we switched to a VoIP telephone system on the 17th of March which has made  working from home much easier.

Having said that, apparently all systems are struggling due to the volume of home working (Covid 19).

If you don't get through or can't leave a message, we will see the missed call and call you back, but please keep trying, we are :)

Established in 1988, we specialise in Asbestos Identification and Management for both the commercial and domestic sectors.

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Asbestos fibres are believed to have been used in over 4,000 different products and has been identified in over 15,000 patents.  Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) were used extensively within buildings in Great Britain between the 1950s through to the mid 1980s, with a total ban by the year 2000.

Click here for a visual plan of common ACM product locations.

Although some of these materials have been removed over the years, it is estimated that over half a million non-domestic premises and over 65% of domestic properties currently have some form of asbestos in them.

Contrary to popular belief, Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM's) do not always need to be removed. ACM's that are in good condition and are not likely to be damaged or disturbed are sometimes best left in place and managed. Their condition is easily established by carrying out a risk assessment that can be included within an Asbestos Register.

Current regulations require commercial buildings built before the year 2000 to have an asbestos register and management plan for all presumed and confirmed ACM's, with both commercial and domestic buildings being required to have a refurbishment/pre-demolition survey prior to work being carried out.

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All our surveyors possess the required P402 certification to ensure compliance with HSG 264, the Health & Safety Guide for Asbestos Surveys, which assist in creating an Asbestos register and management plan.


HSE answers to many Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can be found here


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