Asbestos Safety Regulations for Employers

Course Description:

It’s suggested that approximately 4000 people die every year from asbestos Banbury related diseases. With this in mind, it’s vitally important to ensure you protect your employees from this deadly fibrous material. Here at Amity Group we have over 28 years’ experience providing expert advice of the highest standards regarding asbestos removal and surveying. Our team are highly qualified, are members of ARCA and have also been fully accredited since 1996, so you can rest assured that the standards of our service will always be first class.

To understand why it’s important to regulate asbestos in your commercial property, you must comprehend why it can be dangerous. It was used as a popular building material in the 1950s as an insulation solution however it wasn’t until years later that medical professionals understood the affect it could have on the human body.

As an employer, you have a duty of care to protect your employees from any risk, which includes exposure to asbestos. It can be found in a variety of places in your building including flooring, pipework and ceilings.

The first thing to consider in order to protect your employees is to let our experienced team carry out an asbestos survey. We will then be able to undertake a fully comprehensive service involving testing and sampling to determine if there are any dangers of asbestos exposure in your building.

Furthermore, we will work with you to create an asbestos risk assessment and management plan for your individual needs. This is where we can work out the best course of action to take and, if needed, we can then return to your property to carry out professional asbestos removal.

If you’re concerned about the dangers of asbestos Banbury and want to ensure you protect your employees from these risks, don’t hesitate to contact us here at Amity Group today. To find out more, feel free to browse our website or call one of our team on 0800 877 8310 to discuss your personal requirements further.