Commercial Asbestos ReportProviding a full range of asbestos reports and surveying services to businesses throughout the UK.
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There is clear guidance in current legislation which shows exactly what must be included within a survey report (HSG 264 Asbestos: The Survey Guide). We pride ourselves in ensuring that all of our asbestos survey reports contain everything you need to comply with the law and to help you with whatever your next step may be.
Frequently Asked Questions
What will be in your asbestos report?
Below you will find every section which will be included within your asbestos survey. Don’t worry if this feels complicated or you don’t understand. Whenever we send out an asbestos survey report we always talk you through the report so that we can answer any questions you may have.
What Sort of Information will the report contain?
Every survey report must contain as a minimum the following information:
- General site and survey information
- Bulk analysis report / table
- Name and address of the laboratory
- The laboratory United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) number
- Dates bulk analysis was carried out
- Names and signatures of analysts
- Material assessments and required algorithm information
- Survey company information
- Surveyors information
- Details of who commissioned the survey
- The name and address of the premises surveyed
- The date of the report
- The date of the survey
- The purpose, aims and objectives of the survey
- A description of the areas included in the survey
- The survey method used
- Any variations or deviations from the method
- Exclusions and inaccessible areas
The report will contain a Site Assessment, what is that?
We give every property surveyed an inclusive site assessment score. This is to give you an overview at a glance of the whole survey findings. The site assessment score will be based on the highest risk asbestos element which has been identified during the asbestos survey. The risk categories detailed within the table are part of the material assessment algorithm as detailed within current HSE surveying guidance. Materials with assessment scores of 10 or more are regarded as having a high potential to release fibres, if disturbed. Scores of between 7 and 9 are regarded as having a medium potential, and between 5 and 6 a low potential. Scores of 4 or less have a very low potential to release fibres. Non asbestos materials are not scored. The assessment score is coloured which is replicated throughout the report and register for ease of understanding and remains the same for specific item assessment as well as overall site assessment.
The report must contain Asbestos Material Assessments, what are they?
The material assessment is worked out as follows:
Product Type + Damage Extent + Surface Treatment + Asbestos Type + = Material Assessment