asbestos removal in exeter

Asbestos Management Specialists in Exeter

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There is currently a great demand for asbestos management. CAS has invested heavily in infrastructure to be able to service the marketplace, assuring the best resources and working quality, whilst still offering competitive prices. CAS is licensed by the Health & Safety Executive to remove and dispose of asbestos containing materials. We will firstly carry out a full Asbestos Survey in accordance with HSG264 and thereafter can provide you with a personalised Asbestos Management Plan. Our asbestos related services are tailored to our clients' needs. CAS has a comprehensive range of services to assist dutyholders with their responsibility to manage asbestos containing materials in buildings they control.

Asbestos Repair / Encapsulation

In some cases, where asbestos containing materials are in good condition and are not likely to be disturbed, we may recommend sealing rather than removing them.

Asbestos Removal in Exeter

Where asbestos containing materials pose an imminent threat to occupiers, we will recommend immediate removal. This is carried out by trained operatives in a controlled area and in accordance with current legislation. Material that has been removed is placed in sealed containers for disposal. On completion the area is thoroughly cleaned and decontaminated. It is then inspected visually and tested before being authorised for re-occupation. All operatives engaged in asbestos abatement activities are trained to the highest industry standard and receive regular refresher training to keep them abreast of legislative changes and advances in removal techniques.

Asbestos Disposal Devon

Asbestos material which has been removed is transported to approved and licensed landfill sites.

Asbestos Management South West

Dutyholders have a continued responsibility to manage the risks which asbestos material presents. Through the production of a Management Plan, a regime of re-inspection and management is imposed to ensure that the condition of identified asbestos containing materials has not deteriorated. Appropriate action must be taken if the materials circumstance has changed since its last inspection. The Management Plan should also contain a register of the presence of any asbestos containing material, identifying where it is located and its condition at a recorded time and date. The plan will also define roles and responsibilities with regard to future management. These records need to be easy to read, accessible and updated at least once per year. They should be available to any person tasked with carrying out maintenance or repair work, upon request.

CAS can help you manage your risks by developing a suitable Management Plan and carrying out the periodic inspections / surveys required.

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