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Asbestos Management

Having asbestos present on your premises isn’t necessarily problematic provided it is managed correctly in line with current regulations. We help our clients manage their risks by analysing their needs and providing workable solutions.

The regulatory definition of managing asbestos risks is defined as follows:

“Managing the risk means making sure that as far as reasonably practicable no one can come to any harm from asbestos on the premises”.

(taken from the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 - L127 ACoP 4 (8) & (9) Para 83)

Working closely with the client’s legal ‘Dutyholder’, our team locate and assess all accessible Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) in building fabric, plant equipment and historic objects.

Once identified, all asbestos risks can be fully assessed and management plans implemented to minimise exposure and prevent the spread of asbestos. Our unique asbestos management documentation not only meets all regulatory requirements, but also ensures all asbestos information is easily and quickly understood so that daily management of ACMs is a straightforward process, rather than a headache.


Asbestos Management Systems

Our systems are designed to make the complex simple

At Kadec we believe that if your asbestos information is quick, simple and easy to understand, more people will use it correctly which will instantly reduce everyone’s risks. So we’ve developed a unique system to make your life easier.

Through our vast experience across a multitude of asbestos hazards in many different premises and environments, we’ve created a unique set of Asbestos Management Systems. Our system helps transform the standard Asbestos Management Survey Report (formerly Type 2) information into a simple, user-friendly format that everyone can understand. It’s a single point of reference for all asbestos risks on any premises, containing everything required for complete legal compliance, all in one place.

Our Asbestos Management Systems meet the requirements of both the Control of Asbestos Regulations (Reg 4), and the HSG264 Asbestos – the Survey Guide.

Contact us to discover how you can develop your industry standard Asbestos Management Survey Report into a user-friendly document designed to make the workplace safer for everyone.