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We provide a full range of Asbestos Surveys including management, re-inspection, pre refurbishment and pre demolition. In addition to this we can also provide additional services to support the project requirements with CDM safety advice and strategic asbestos management consultancy.
Asbestos in made ground soils is predominantly immobile, although when contaminated ground soils are disturbed fibres are more likely to be released.
Asbestos in soil may be found in various forms such as loose fill, insulation, lagging, asbestos insulating board (AIB), cement etc.
During the lifespan of buildings there are constant challenges to achieve and maintain optimum system performance while providing clean, compliant & hygienic indoor environments for the health and wellbeing of building users.
We provide a broad range of proactive indoor air quality monitoring services as well as responding reactively to indoor air quality problems in occupied buildings.
We are able to provide a trusted paint testing service that includes sampling and analysis to determine levels of lead in samples. Our experienced staff can visit site to carry out a survey of the paint systems present and take the appropriate samples for analysis.
We provide independent strategic asbestos consulting and high level expert advice across a wide range of industries and building types. While most asbestos consultancies focus on identifying the risk through asbestos survey, bulk analysis and air monitoring services, we help companies with the bigger picture.
Under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) a construction phase plan is required for every construction project. We offer assistance in writing consummate construction phase plans after visiting site. This is of benefit to our customers as they can be assured that they are compliant with the new CDM regulations
Our Consultants offer a range of services working in partnership with a dedicated surveying and investigation team which are tailored to provide a solution that will help deal with the most complex scenario in an efficient and cost effective manner
We can offer support in the preparation of contract documentation for the identification of all parties including the definition of roles, performance measures, insurance requirements, limitations of liability, indemnifications, contract variations, subcontractors, confidentiality agreements, dispute resolutions and signatory records.
Whilst Asbestos Management is a top priority for the majority of Health and Safety and Facilities managers, many either don't have the capital to recruit a full time professional in house and maintain their skills and knowledge or simply don't want to divert valuable resources to non core activities.
Prior to the undertaking of environmental site audits on highways and rail networks, site investigation works must be carried out to enable these assessments. Using tailored techniques to suit the requirements of the assessment, our professional remediation team will deploy specialist access equipment and plant to undertake Coal tar testing, Pavement investigations and Dynamic cone investigation.
The Principal Designer (PD) has an important role in coordinating health and safety. PDs are appointed by the Client to undertake this coordination role, formerly undertaken by the CDMC. Although the PD has to be a designer the specific role of PD does not involve design.
A site safety audit is generally undertaken to ensure that safety rules and procedures are being maintained to a high standard. The audit is a proactive approach to ensure your safety management system is effective and complying with current Health and Safety regulations.
A SMS provides a systematic approach to managing safety on site, implementing policies and procedures and improving staff behaviour and attitudes. The implementation of a safety management system has huge benefits for businesses other than the obvious legal implications of not having a SMS at all.
BS OHSAS 18001 is the internationally recognised standard for occupational health and safety management systems. It provides a flexible framework that allows you to continuously identify and manage the health and safety risks faced by your business. As safety specialists we work with organisations from gap analysis stage through to implementation.
There are numerous Health and Safety laws both national and international that companies are required to comply with in order to perform the responsibilities inherent in their jobs. To ensure compliance departments make certain that their Supply Chain have a management system in place to know, abide by and monitor the compliance of the laws, often a supply chain gap analysis is the answer.
Employers are responsible for taking effective measures to control exposure and protect health. We provide a comprehensive COSHH assessment writing service so no matter what industry, we have the capacity to fully evaluate any COSHH substance that your business uses for whatever process it may be required for.
We provide surveys for hazardous materials on vessels around the world, whether they are new build, currently trading, or due to be recycled. The survey can take place while the vessel is at sea or in port and our surveying teams are able to meet and leave the vessel at most ports internationally.
Hazardous material management onboard marine vessels and offshore platforms is now one of the most complex growing requirements for maritime operators across the globe.
We can assist in compliance of SOLAS, the Hong Kong Convention and the EU Ship Recycling Regulations.
In accordance with the 2011 Guidelines for the Development of the Ship Recycling Plan, we can prepare an internationally accepted Ship Recycling Plan (SRP). These guidelines provide stakeholders with recommendations for the development of a SRP that complies with the requirements of the Hong Kong Convention, and the new EU Ship Recycling Regulations.