What is an asbestos report?
An asbestos report is the document that we provide you with once we have completed your asbestos survey. It will provide you with all of the information that you need in order to complete your asbestos register.
What is included?
Our asbestos reports are produced in accordance with HSE guidance as set out in HSG264. But what does this mean? Well, basically it means that the asbestos report that you receive will be a legally compliant document. But our reports are different from the majority of our competitors because our reports are easy-to-read documents. We purposely use plain English that everyone will understand, from the work-experience boy to the Chief Executive. This is because the asbestos report is meant to be read by everyone and so needs to be understandable to everyone.
Our reports are laid out in a simple, sensible fashion that makes it easy for you to identify what asbestos material is where in your property, what the risk is, and what you need to do about it.
DJ Surveying asbestos reports contain a simple building layout plan near the front of the report, along with a human-written summary of all identified asbestos materials and how to manage them. There is then a list of all sampled materials detailing the outcome of sampling (stating asbestos or non-asbestos). This is followed by a page for each sampled material, that contains a photograph so that you will know instantly the material that the sample refers to, a small risk assessment for the material and any recommendations. The rear of the document contains the lab results certificate, standard caveat information, etc.
We receive many welcome comments from building managers telling us how simple yet informative our asbestos reports are. We don't believe in confusing you with jargon as our many happy clients will testify.
What is not included?
We do not include endless pages of text that is not relevant to you or your building. Simple.
However, if you want to know more about a particular asbestos topic, just ask us and we'll be happy to provide that information.
What do I do next?
Contact us on 0800 061 2597 or email us at email@example.com and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.