Is your business safe from asbestos?

Exposure to airborne asbestos fibres can lead to a range of serious or life-threatening conditions, and it kills around 5,000 workers each and every year. By law, employers are responsible for controlling the risk of exposure to asbestos materials, and our Asbestos Surveys provide a vital service to help manage that threat by:

  • Identifying and assessing asbestos risk in the workplace
  • Education and training on asbestos and its risks
  • Procedures and processes for managing asbestos materials
  • Action reporting and planning remedial work and demolition
  • Response to exposure and accident reporting
  • Ensuring full compliance with Health & Safety regulations

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Asbestos in the workplace, who it affects and what you need to know

Understanding the threat of asbestos-containing materials

Where asbestos is present in a building that used asbestos-containing materials during its construction, there is a serious risk that, under certain conditions, asbestos fibres can become airborne and inhaled.

Around 20 tradespersons die every week from asbestosis or other asbestos-related illnesses.

An Asbestos Survey can ensure your employees and customers are not exposed to these risks.

Where can you find asbestos?

It is widely thought that asbestos is a problem of the past, but there was widespread use of asbestos in materials used in building construction right up until the year 2000. It can be found in a wide range of materials, including coatings, lagging, cements, cladding, flooring and roofing and an Asbestos Survey would identify this. So it’s all around us, and the threat lies dormant until the material is disturbed – typically during building renovation work.

People who are most at risk are those who are directly involved in the demolition, construction, renovation or maintenance of buildings – which can be anyone from a plumber to a plasterer. However, during building work, airborne asbestos fibres can present a hazard to all those in the proximity of the site.

An Asbestos Survey will protect your staff, the public and your business.

An Asbestos Survey can assess and manage a potentially deadly problem. We can inspect your premises for asbestos materials and determine if, and how, repair work should be carried out.

We’ll explain what methods are needed to manage the situation safely, and help you decide if a specialist contractor – who’s licensed to deal with asbestos – is required.

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Keeping your company’s Health & Safety policies and procedures up to date can be a challenge for any business owner – and that’s where we can help.

Our expertise across all areas of Health & Safety gives you the satisfaction of knowing you can put the right measures in place, to offer the safest possible working standards for your staff, and defend your business in the event of an accident or claim. So, for complete peace of mind, talk to P&R Safety Testing today.