Asbestos Management Surveys

Worldwide more than 200,000 people die from asbestos-related illnesses. Asbestos removal and disposal if not done in the correct manner can be lethal.
TFM work hard to ensure that any projects that we manage are done so in a controlled manner in line with current HSE legislation and guidance notes, ACoPs, and the recommendations of ARCA and UKATA.

The key to maintaining such a high level of safety is early planning and engaging with the client long before our projects begin. Our in-house risk assessments and method statements are tailored to each project and are specific to each task we carry out. We develop safe systems of work planned and undertaken in compliance with BS6187:2011. Each project is undertaken with state-of-the-art high-tech demolition-specific equipment, operated by experienced CPCS and NPORS operatives.

If you are looking for asbestos to be removed by skilled specialists in Liverpool, get in touch to see how we could help your project.

There are two types of Asbestos Management Surveys that TFM can undertake, and it will depend on your needs as to which one we undertake. If you are unsure which type of survey you will require, please get in touch and we would be happy to advise you on the matter.

Asbestos Management Surveys

This type of inspection is a standard inspection, which is necessary for buying and disposing of all commercial and industrial property in accordance with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. This survey will identify what asbestos-containing materials are present on the property. Furthermore, it will identify the condition of the materials and inform you of your legal obligations in order to be in compliance with legislation outlined by the HSE. This type of survey is non-intrusive, however, it will require samples of materials to be gathered and sent for appropriate testing.

If you have been asked to undertake an Asbestos Management Survey with the purpose of providing an asbestos register for insurance or regulation compliance purposes, this type of survey would provide all of the information set out in Regulation 4 – Duty to Manage commercial and industrial properties built prior to 2002.

Please get in touch if you require an asbestos management survey.

Asbestos Refurbishment-Demolition Surveys

This type of inspection is mandatory for properties that are to be refurbished or demolished in any capacity. Anyone undertaking these types of projects would need an Asbestos refurbishment survey or asbestos demolition survey prior to undertaking any works. This survey is in compliance with HSG264, stipulations outline in the CDM Regulations 2015, and the Control of Asbestos regulations 2012.

The purpose of this survey is to identify asbestos-containing materials, so they can be safely removed or managed in line with your refurbishment/demolition project. These projects are intrusive and damage will occur to the property. Asa a result, it is imperative that the building is owned by the person commissioning the survey and is also vacant at the  point of surveying.

If you require an Asbestos refurbishment survey, please get in touch.

Licenced Removal

Due to the health risks involved with asbestos, by law, the removal of licenced asbestos containing materials must be undertaken by licenced asbestos removal specialists. TFM Asbestos has worked hard and we have acquired a full 3-year licence allowing us to ensure the safe removal of asbestos-containing materials.

This is also more convenient for our clients as when we carry out the demolition, dismantling and soft strip services, all asbestos removal can be done in-house rather than outsourcing to another contractor making the process more efficient and cost-effective.

Licenced Asbestos Removal Liverpool

Non-Licensed Removal

More than 90% of all asbestos containing materials fall under the category of non-licenced removal. All TFM operatives are provided with a sufficient amount of information, instruction and training which allows us to legally and safely carryout non-licenced removal.
TFM always use proven control measures to reduce and eliminate fibre release from asbestos containing materials in efficient and safe methods of work, delivered by certificated competent personnel.