unit in carlisle on kingsmoor park estate

Asbestos Survey Cumbria |  Large Indsutrial Premises in Lancashire

Client: Asbestos Survey Carlise, Cumbria for Property Management Company 

Kingmoor Business Park
Baron Way

Asbestos Survey Cumbria to a number of large warehouse facilities, boiler and plant rooms throughout an Industrial Estate

We use a UKAS Accredited Laboratory for all our samples taken, TVS Analysis in Warrington

In the breathtaking landscapes of Cumbria and its cosy suburbs, Knight Specialist Services Ltd stands tall as your trusted asbestos surveying ally. We’re committed to safeguarding your property in this picturesque region. 🏡

💰 Worried about the cost? Fret not! Our top-notch asbestos surveys start at just £349.00. We believe that safety should never be compromised, and affordability is our middle name. 💷

🛡️ Safety is our guiding star. At Knight Specialist Services Ltd, we’re not just conscious of safety; we’re obsessed with it! Your well-being and peace of mind are our top priorities. 🌟

📆 Time is of the essence, and we get it. That’s why we can be by your side within 60 minutes. Our dedicated surveyors frequent Cumbria and north Lancashire weekly, ready to assist with all your asbestos management requirements. ⏰

🔍 Attention to detail is our superpower. Our surveys are thorough, leaving no room for surprises. We’re like the Sherlock Holmes of asbestos, investigating every corner for your safety.

🎉 Let’s make your property a fortress of safety in Cumbria! Don’t hesitate to reach out to Knight Specialist Services Ltd for all your asbestos concerns. We’re poised and ready to eliminate asbestos from your space!

📢 Ready to take the leap towards a safer property? Contact us today, and let’s work together to keep Cumbria and its suburbs asbestos-free! 📞 #CumbriaAsbestosExperts #SafetyFirst #SwiftSurveys

Cumbria is a county in the northwest of England, known for its stunning natural landscapes and beautiful countryside. While Cumbria doesn’t have traditional suburbs like larger cities, it consists of towns, villages, and rural areas. Here are some of the towns and areas within Cumbria that Knight Specialist Services cover:

  1. Carlisle
  2. Barrow-in-Furness
  3. Kendal
  4. Penrith
  5. Whitehaven
  6. Workington
  7. Keswick
  8. Windermere
  9. Ambleside
  10. Cockermouth
  11. Ulverston
  12. Grange-over-Sands
  13. Maryport
  14. Dalton-in-Furness
  15. Millom
  16. Brampton
  17. Wigton
  18. Appleby-in-Westmorland
  19. Kirkby Lonsdale
  20. Sedbergh

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🏢 Guidance for Having an Asbestos Survey in Commercial Premises

  • Crucial Safety Measure: Conducting an asbestos survey is essential for commercial premises to ensure the safety of workers, the public, and contractors.
  • Public Safety: Commercial premises may have substantial foot traffic, making it vital to manage asbestos risks to protect customers and employees.
  • Contractor Protection: Surveys help safeguard contractors who may be exposed to asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) during maintenance or renovations.
  • Cost-Efficiency: Identifying asbestos early prevents costly project delays and ensures projects stay within budget.
  • Legal Compliance: Compliance with asbestos regulations is essential for all commercial properties to protect occupants and workers.

🏢 Importance of Commercial Asbestos Surveys

  • Health and Safety: Ensuring the safety and well-being of everyone in and around the premises is paramount when dealing with ACMs.
  • Risk Mitigation: Identifying and managing ACMs in commercial premises significantly reduces the risk of asbestos-related illnesses.
  • Legal Obligation: Duty holders are legally obligated to manage asbestos risks within these premises to protect occupants and workers.
  • Business Continuity: Proper asbestos management prevents potential business disruptions due to unexpected asbestos issues.

📚 The Duty to Manage Asbestos

  • Legal Requirement: The Duty to Manage Asbestos is a legal requirement under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, encompassing non-domestic premises, including commercial premises.
  • Responsibilities: Duty holders are responsible for managing asbestos risks within these premises to protect occupants and workers.
  • Regulatory Bodies: In addition to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), other regulatory bodies, such as the Environment Agency (EA) and local authorities, may be involved in asbestos management.

🔗 HSE and Other Regulatory Bodies

  • HSE Website: For detailed information on the Duty to Manage Asbestos, visit the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) website: HSE Asbestos Guidance.
  • Environment Agency (EA): The EA oversees the disposal of asbestos waste and enforces environmental regulations. Visit the Environment Agency for more information.
  • Local Authorities: Local authorities may have specific regulations related to asbestos management. Consult your local council for relevant guidance.

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