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Asbestos Management Survey The purpose of the Management Survey is to enable the duty holder to manage Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) found in a building during the normal occupation and use of it. A Management Survey aims to ensure that: 1. nobody is harmed by the continuing presence of Asbestos Containing Materials in the premises or equipment; 2. that the Asbestos Containing Materials  remain in good condition; and 3. that nobody disturbs it accidentally The Survey must locate Asbestos Containing Materials that could be damaged or disturbed by normal activities, by foreseeable maintenance, or by installing new equipment.  It involves minor intrusion and minor asbestos disturbance to make a Materials Assessment.  This shows the ability of Asbestos Containing Materials, if disturbed, to release fibres into the air.  It guides the client, for example, in prioritising any remedial work. The Report The report should state the asbestos type, location, extent, condition and any surface treatment - the 'Materials assessment'. It will include an assessment of the condition of the various Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) and their ability to release fibres if they are disturbed. The report may comment on priorities for any remedial work. The report should state where the surveyor did not survey because they were inaccessible.  You should presume that areas that the surveyor has not accessed do contain asbestos. Ongoing responsibility The duty holder should; Update the asbestos register whenever work is carried out on asbestos materials. Have materials checked by a competent person at least once a year to make sure they haven't deteriorated.
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Specialists in asbestos related surveying and management in Taunton, Somerset.
Collins Chartered Surveyors Taunton
Collins Chartered Surveyors Taunton Collins Chartered Surveyors Taunton
Specialists in asbestos related surveying and  management in Taunton, Somerset.
Collins Chartered Surveyors Taunton Collins Chartered Surveyors Taunton
Asbestos Management Survey The purpose of the Management Survey is to enable the duty holder to manage Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) found in a building during the normal occupation and use of it. A Management Survey aims to ensure that: 1. nobody is harmed by the continuing presence of Asbestos Containing Materials in the premises or equipment; 2. that the Asbestos Containing Materials  remain in good condition; and 3. that nobody disturbs it accidentally The Survey must locate Asbestos Containing Materials that could be damaged or disturbed by normal activities, by foreseeable maintenance, or by installing new equipment.  It involves minor intrusion and minor asbestos disturbance to make a Materials Assessment.  This shows the ability of Asbestos Containing Materials, if disturbed, to release fibres into the air.  It guides the client, for example, in prioritising any remedial work. The Report The report should state the asbestos type, location, extent, condition and any surface treatment - the 'Materials assessment'. It will include an assessment of the condition of the various Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) and their ability to release fibres if they are disturbed. The report may comment on priorities for any remedial work. The report should state where the surveyor did not survey because they were inaccessible.  You should presume that areas that the surveyor has not accessed do contain asbestos. Ongoing responsibility The duty holder should; Update the asbestos register whenever work is carried out on asbestos materials. Have materials checked by a competent person at least once a year to make sure they haven't deteriorated.