Our approach to asbestos removal is designed to ensure the health and safety of everybody who could be affected by our operations and at the same time try to mitigate the amount of disruption to the client’s normal activities.
If we consider that the asbestos is in good condition and can be managed safely, we will point this out at tender stage as an alternative to full asbestos removal.
Planning, we have learnt from experience, is crucial to the success of a contract so the proposed works will be fully risk assessed and a method statement developed to ensure the contract can be carried out safely and efficiently. This “Method Statement” or “Plan of Work” will be developed in consultation with all interested parties including the independent UKAS accredited laboratory who will issue the final clearance certifications.
This process is not just about complying with current regulations and legislation; it is about protecting health and safety in general and avoiding the potential for damaging litigation in the future.
Once on-site, our highly experienced supervisors will ensure that the contract is progressed smoothly and will maintain a close liaison with all interested parties until the contract is fully completed.
A rigorous audit regime carried out both internally and by external independent organisations ensures all quality control procedures are complied with, and any non-conformances are dealt with immediately.
We have experience in all types of asbestos removal projects for the following:
- Demolition and refurbishment
- Government agencies – non-domestic premises
- Health authorities and trusts
- Industrial and commercial
- Local authority – non-domestic premises
- Occupied domestic properties through housing associations, local authorities and main contractors