Asbestos project management and training

If you’re planning to carry out asbestos removal, Airsafe can project manage the entire process. By engaging Airsafe as a project manager, you’ll have the benefit of our expertise, our experience, and our great working relationships with contractors.

We start by preparing tender documents, and reviewing applications from contractors to ensure they are appropriately licensed and qualified.

We then provide supervisory personnel during the asbestos removal works, to ensure they are carried out in a safe manner. Airsafe consultants have a detailed knowledge of the precautions and procedures outlined in the Work, Health and Safety Regulations 2011. Our supervisory personnel keep you reliably and regularly informed of the progress.

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Asbestos training

While Airsafe can offer expert advice on all aspects of asbestos management and removal, it’s also important that key internal staff are trained in dealing with asbestos. The asbestos management requirements in the Work, Health and Safety Regulations 2011 make asbestos training even more crucial.

Airsafe offers expert training to managers, workers, contractors and others who may come in contact with asbestos in a workplace, either directly or indirectly.

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