Asbestos Surveys and Testing – Case Studies

Here is a glance at some of our recent Asbestos Surveys

Knight Specialist Services have over 35 years combined experience of Asbestos Surveys, Asbestos Inspections, Asbestos Testing and Asbestos Management all over the UK. With our understanding of many different Asbestos scenarios we can respond quickly to our client’s requests and recommend the best course of action.

Asbestos Survey Skelmersdale

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Asbestos Survey Skelmersdale

Do you require an Asbestos Survey Skelmersdale. Are you unsure as to which level of Asbestos Testing and Survey you require? Knight Specialist Services Ltd are here to put your mind at rest and provide you with a professional and reliable service to ensure your Asbestos Compliance.

Whether a Homeowner or Landlord look no further than our specialised team who are at hand for all your Asbestos Requirements in the Skelmersdale

CALL US NOW ON 0161 333 0767 OR 07983 236 058.

We ensure Businesses and Homeowners are provided with the correct guidance and support on Asbestos related matters from initial Asbestos Testing in Skelmersdale to issue of the full Asbestos Survey for your property

Planning your asbestos survey and choosing a competent surveyor is critical for both the property occupier and any potential contractors on your property.  Call our specialised team for expert Asbestos Advice.

 

Asbestos Management Survey completed for Building Owner at 48 Sherrat Street, Skelmersdale WN8 8HE

Asbestos Identified included, Asbestos Toilet Cisterns, Asbestos Floor Tiles and Adhesives.

We not only carry out Asbestos Surveys in Skelmersdale, we carryout Single Sampling of Asbestos for as little as £150.00 including VAT. Skelmersdale is a stone throw away from us, with our team being located in Gee Cross, Hyde.  Asbestos Testing is crucial to determine if Asbestos Materials are present in your commercial property in Skelmersdale, or your Home. We can put your mind at ease and have an Asbestos Tester in Skelmersdale within 20 minutes to inspect the suspect asbestos material, sample and provide you with an asbestos report and asbestos test result within 24 hours.

ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT SURVEYS

Asbestos Management Surveys are an essential component of responsible property management, where the presence of asbestos in buildings constructed before the year 2000 is relatively common. These surveys are conducted to identify and assess the risks associated with asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a property or building.

The primary objective of an asbestos management survey is to create a comprehensive record of ACMs, their location, condition, and any associated risks. Trained asbestos surveyors perform these surveys meticulously, employing a systematic approach to inspect all accessible areas of a building, including concealed spaces such as wall cavities and ceiling voids. The surveyors take samples where necessary to confirm the presence of asbestos and its type.

Once the survey is complete by Knight Specialist Services Ltd, a detailed report is prepared, which includes the location of identified ACMs, their condition, and the level of risk they pose. This information forms the basis for an effective asbestos management plan. The plan outlines how ACMs will be managed and monitored over time to ensure the safety of occupants and workers within the property.

Do you require an asbestos survey for your property Click HERE to find out more.

front of the care home in wilmslow

ASBESTOS REFURBISHMENT AND DEMOLITION SURVEYS

Asbestos refurbishment and demolition surveys are critical processes designed to identify and manage asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a building before significant renovation or demolition work takes place. These surveys are essential in the United Kingdom, where the presence of asbestos in older structures is common and strict regulations govern its safe removal and disposal.

The primary purpose of a refurbishment and demolition survey is to locate and assess all potential ACMs within the areas of the building that will be affected by refurbishment or demolition activities. This includes areas that might be inaccessible during a standard management survey, as these hidden ACMs can pose a significant risk when disturbed.

Qualified asbestos surveyors like Knight Specialist Services Ltd conduct these surveys meticulously, taking samples from suspected materials and analysing them in accredited laboratories to confirm the presence of asbestos. Mike Knight also assesses the condition of the identified ACMs, which is crucial in determining the appropriate removal or encapsulation procedures to be followed.

The results of refurbishment and demolition surveys are documented in a comprehensive report that includes detailed information on the location, type, and condition of ACMs. This report serves as the foundation for safe asbestos removal plans, ensuring that any asbestos-containing materials are properly managed and disposed of before refurbishment or demolition work begins.

Asbestos cement sheeting

ASBESTOS RE-INSPECTION SURVEYS

Asbestos Re-inspection Surveys are an integral part of responsible asbestos management, These surveys are conducted periodically to monitor and assess the condition of known asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a building or property. The goal is to ensure that ACMs remain in a safe and stable condition and to identify any deterioration that may have occurred over time.

Re-inspection surveys are particularly important because asbestos-containing materials can deteriorate or become damaged over the years, potentially leading to the release of harmful asbestos fibers into the environment. By regularly re-inspecting ACMs, property owners and duty holders can stay informed about the condition of these materials and take appropriate action to mitigate risks.

Qualified asbestos surveyors perform re-inspection surveys, revisiting the locations where ACMs were identified in previous surveys. They carefully assess the current condition of these materials, taking into account any changes or damage that may have occurred since the last inspection. This information is recorded in a detailed report, which includes recommendations for the management, repair, removal, or encapsulation of ACMs based on their condition.

Re-inspection surveys are an essential element of ongoing asbestos management plans and legal compliance in the UK. They provide property owners and managers with the necessary information to make informed decisions regarding the maintenance and safety of their buildings. Regular re-inspections not only ensure the safety of occupants and workers but also help prevent costly emergency asbestos remediation efforts by identifying issues before they escalate.

Denton Asbestos Surveys

At Knight Specialist Services Ltd we have helped many satisfieid customers thoughout the North West of England and Surroudning Areas.  Read our 5* Google Reviews HERE

 

Asbestos Survey Romiley

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Asbestos Survey Romiley

Client:-  Reaves Engineering Ltd, Unit 1 Chichester Rd, Romiley, Stockport SK6 4BL

Project: Asbestos Management Survey to Single Storey Industrial Unit, comprising offices, kitchen, WC and Warehouse

Require an asbestos survey for your property Click HERE to find out more.

 

🏪 Importance of Commercial Asbestos Surveys Romiley, Cheshire

  • Health and Safety: Ensuring the safety and well-being of everyone in and around a Sports Premises is paramount when dealing with ACMs.
  • Risk Reduction: Identifying and managing ACMs to significantly reduce 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 – Asbestos Testing Romiley

  • Legal Requirement: The Duty to Manage Asbestos is a legal requirement under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, encompassing non-domestic premises, including commercial shops.
  • 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.

🏘️ Suburbs in Romiley we cover;

  • Hyde
  • Marple
  • Marple Bridge
  • Bredbury
  • Woodley
  • Greave

🔗 Links that maybe useful for you as the Client/Customer, with further information on Asbestos Surveys (Including .gov Backlinks)

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Denton Asbestos Surveys

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Denton Asbestos Surveys 

Do you require a Denton Asbestos Survey, Manchester Near The M67 Motorway or surrounding areas? Are you unsure as to which level of Asbestos Testing and Survey you require? Knight Specialist Services Ltd are here to put your mind at rest and provide you with a professional and reliable service to ensure your Asbestos Compliance.

Whether a Homeowner or Landlord look no further than our specialised team who are at hand for all your Asbestos Requirements in the Denton, Manchester Near The M67 Motorway Area.

CALL US NOW ON 0161 333 0767 OR 07983 236 058.

We ensure Businesses and Homeowners are provided with the correct guidance and support on Asbestos related matters from initial Asbestos Testing in Denton, Manchester Near The M67 Motorway to issue of the full Asbestos Survey for your property

Planning your asbestos survey and choosing a competent surveyor is critical for both the property occupier and any potential contractors on your property.  Call our specialised team for expert Asbestos Advice.

 

 

A Denton Asbestos Survey which included an Asbestos Demolition and Refurbishment Survey completed at Town Lane and Acre Street, Denton, Manchester M34 6AF

Asbestos Survey completed for A&A Developments.

Asbestos identified during the survey included;-

Asbestos Corrugated Roof Sheeting

Asbestos Rope

Asbestos Gaskets

Asbestos Paper Lining to Fibreboard

Asbestos Woven Fabrics in Old Electrical Systems

We not only carry out Denton Asbestos Surveys, Manchester area, we carryout Single Sampling of Asbestos for as little as £150.00 including VAT. Denton is a stone throw away from us, with our team being located in Gee Cross, Hyde.  Asbestos Testing is crucial to determine if Asbestos Materials are present in your commercial property in Denton, or your Home in Denton. We can put your mind at ease and have an Asbestos Tester in Denton within 20 minutes to inspect the suspect asbestos material, sample and provide you with an asbestos report and asbestos test result within 24 hours.

ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT SURVEYS

Asbestos Management Surveys are an essential component of responsible property management, where the presence of asbestos in buildings constructed before the year 2000 is relatively common. These surveys are conducted to identify and assess the risks associated with asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a property or building.

The primary objective of an asbestos management survey is to create a comprehensive record of ACMs, their location, condition, and any associated risks. Trained asbestos surveyors perform these surveys meticulously, employing a systematic approach to inspect all accessible areas of a building, including concealed spaces such as wall cavities and ceiling voids. The surveyors take samples where necessary to confirm the presence of asbestos and its type.

Once the survey is complete by Knight Specialist Services Ltd, a detailed report is prepared, which includes the location of identified ACMs, their condition, and the level of risk they pose. This information forms the basis for an effective asbestos management plan. The plan outlines how ACMs will be managed and monitored over time to ensure the safety of occupants and workers within the property.

Do you require an asbestos survey for your property Click HERE to find out more.

front of the care home in wilmslow

ASBESTOS REFURBISHMENT AND DEMOLITION SURVEYS

Asbestos refurbishment and demolition surveys are critical processes designed to identify and manage asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a building before significant renovation or demolition work takes place. These surveys are essential in the United Kingdom, where the presence of asbestos in older structures is common and strict regulations govern its safe removal and disposal.

The primary purpose of a refurbishment and demolition survey is to locate and assess all potential ACMs within the areas of the building that will be affected by refurbishment or demolition activities. This includes areas that might be inaccessible during a standard management survey, as these hidden ACMs can pose a significant risk when disturbed.

Qualified asbestos surveyors like Knight Specialist Services Ltd conduct these surveys meticulously, taking samples from suspected materials and analysing them in accredited laboratories to confirm the presence of asbestos. Mike Knight also assesses the condition of the identified ACMs, which is crucial in determining the appropriate removal or encapsulation procedures to be followed.

The results of refurbishment and demolition surveys are documented in a comprehensive report that includes detailed information on the location, type, and condition of ACMs. This report serves as the foundation for safe asbestos removal plans, ensuring that any asbestos-containing materials are properly managed and disposed of before refurbishment or demolition work begins.

Asbestos cement sheeting

ASBESTOS RE-INSPECTION SURVEYS

Asbestos Re-inspection Surveys are an integral part of responsible asbestos management, These surveys are conducted periodically to monitor and assess the condition of known asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a building or property. The goal is to ensure that ACMs remain in a safe and stable condition and to identify any deterioration that may have occurred over time.

Re-inspection surveys are particularly important because asbestos-containing materials can deteriorate or become damaged over the years, potentially leading to the release of harmful asbestos fibers into the environment. By regularly re-inspecting ACMs, property owners and duty holders can stay informed about the condition of these materials and take appropriate action to mitigate risks.

Qualified asbestos surveyors perform re-inspection surveys, revisiting the locations where ACMs were identified in previous surveys. They carefully assess the current condition of these materials, taking into account any changes or damage that may have occurred since the last inspection. This information is recorded in a detailed report, which includes recommendations for the management, repair, removal, or encapsulation of ACMs based on their condition.

Re-inspection surveys are an essential element of ongoing asbestos management plans and legal compliance in the UK. They provide property owners and managers with the necessary information to make informed decisions regarding the maintenance and safety of their buildings. Regular re-inspections not only ensure the safety of occupants and workers but also help prevent costly emergency asbestos remediation efforts by identifying issues before they escalate.

Denton Asbestos Surveys

At Knight Specialist Services Ltd we have helped many satisfieid customers thoughout the North West of England and Surroudning Areas.  Read our 5* Google Reviews HERE

 

Asbestos Survey Manchester Guidance

Large Commercial office space in Manchester

Asbestos Survey Manchester Guidance

Do you require Guidance and Advice on your Asbestos Project? 

Look no further than Knight Specialist Services Ltd – Call Mike on 0161 333 0767

Client: Asbestos Survey for Investment Fund Company to a large 5 storey mill at 8 Minshull Street, Manchester

The Asbestos Refurbishment and Demolition Survey involved the Asbestos Inspection and Testing to a large 5 Storey Mill Building.  Minshull Street Building is a former Essential Nightclub to the right elevation three floors.  The remainder of the building was split into office space, storage and a former textile mill.  Asbestos Insulating Board was identified throughout the property. Old Asbestos Toilet Cisterns wer evident on each floor. Asbestos cement was also inspected as part of the asbestos testing to the old mill.

Asbestos Survey Manchester – Do you require an Asbestos Survey or Testing in the Manchester Area?

Knight Specialisat Services Ltd play an essential role in the safe management of buildings, particularly given the city’s rich industrial heritage and numerous older buildings. Asbestos, once a popular building material due to its fire-resistant properties, is now known to pose serious health risks if disturbed. In Manchester, where redevelopment and renovation are common, the need for skilled asbestos surveyors is paramount to ensure public safety and compliance with legal regulations.

Knight Specialist Ltd, a company prominently positioned within the asbestos surveying industry, stands out for its proximity to Manchester’s city center – being just 10 minutes away. This strategic location enables them to respond swiftly to the needs of their clients in the city. Their team of experienced surveyors is on-site daily in Manchester, providing critical services in asbestos detection and management.

Asbestos surveying involves a comprehensive process where surveyors like those at Knight Specialist Ltd inspect buildings for the presence of asbestos-containing materials (ACMs). This is particularly crucial in older buildings, which are more likely to contain asbestos. The surveys are conducted in adherence to strict safety protocols to prevent the release of asbestos fibers, which can cause serious health issues, including asbestosis and mesothelioma.

There are primarily two types of asbestos surveys: Management Surveys and Refurbishment & Demolition Surveys. Management Surveys are regular inspections conducted to manage ACMs in a building safely, typically required during the normal occupation and use of a building. In contrast, Refurbishment & Demolition Surveys are more intrusive and are necessary when a building is due for renovation or demolition. Knight Specialist Ltd provides both types of surveys, ensuring that all regulatory requirements are met for any building project in Manchester.

The importance of hiring qualified and experienced asbestos surveyors cannot be overstated. In the UK, asbestos surveyors must adhere to the guidelines set by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) , the national independent watchdog for work-related health, safety, and illness. The HSE provides comprehensive guidance on asbestos management, which is a valuable resource for both surveyors and property owners.

For property owners in Manchester, understanding the legal obligations regarding asbestos is crucial. The UK government has laid down specific regulations concerning the management and removal of asbestos, and non-compliance can lead to hefty fines and legal action. Websites like the UK Government’s official portal provide detailed information on these regulations, helping property owners understand their responsibilities.

The process of asbestos surveying and removal, especially in a city as bustling and architecturally diverse as Manchester, requires not only expertise but also a deep understanding of local building styles and materials. Knight Specialist Ltd, with its extensive experience in Manchester, is well-equipped to handle the unique challenges posed by the city’s buildings.

Knight Specialist Ltd also offers advice on asbestos management plans, an essential aspect for businesses and property owners. These plans help in safely managing the presence of asbestos, ensuring that any risks are minimized. Additionally, they provide guidance on the safe removal and disposal of asbestos, should it be necessary.

In the event that asbestos needs to be removed, it is vital to engage licensed removal specialists. Asbestos removal is a highly specialized task that must be carried out under controlled conditions to prevent contamination and exposure. Knight Specialist Ltd can recommend or coordinate with certified asbestos removal contractors, ensuring that all work is conducted safely and in compliance with regulatory standards. 

For those seeking more information or needing to arrange for an asbestos survey in Manchester, visiting the websites of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and relevant government portals is advisable. Additionally, contacting a reputable firm like Knight Specialist Ltd directly can provide tailored advice and services suited to specific needs. As a leading provider of asbestos surveying services in Manchester, they offer the expertise and local knowledge necessary to navigate the complexities of asbestos management and removal.

Health and Safety Executive (HSE) – Asbestos Information UK Government – Asbestos Management Guidelines Knight Specialist Ltd – Asbestos Surveying Services

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We not only carry out Asbestos Surveys in the Manchester area, we carryout Single Sampling of Asbestos for as little as £150.00 including VAT. Manchester is a stone throw away from us, with our team being located in Gee Cross, Hyde.  Asbestos Testing is crucial to determine if Asbestos Materials are present in your commercial property in Manchester, or your Home in Manchester. We can put your mind at ease and have an Asbestos Tester in Manchester within 10 minutes to inspect the suspect asbestos material, sample and provide you with an asbestos report and asbestos test result within 24 hours.

What does asbestos adhesive look like? Click HERE to find out more. If you would like to view more of our surveys completed around Manchester please visit our project page HERE

We have been serving the Manchester Area for over a decade and helping customers with the Asbestos Surveys and Testing

Asbestos Survey in Glossop

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Asbestos Survey in Glossop

Asbestos Survey in Glossop | Derbyshire

Knight Specialist Services, a leading provider in asbestos surveys and testing, recently completed a significant project in the Glossop area. Their expertise was sought for a property at 13 Bernard Street, Glossop, which houses NSPP Vocational Training. This unique building features a two-storey residential flat on the first floor and a modern office space on the ground floor.

Modernisation and Asbestos-Free Assurance

The recent modernisation of this building played a crucial role in the survey outcomes. Due to the building’s recent updates, Knight Specialist Services’ thorough inspection and testing process revealed no presence of asbestos. This result is particularly noteworthy as it underscores the building’s compliance with current health and safety standards, ensuring a safe environment for both residents and office workers. The absence of asbestos in a recently modernised building like this is a testament to current construction practices’ focus on safety and sustainability.

The Asbestos Management Survey

For this project, Knight Specialist Services employed an Asbestos Management Survey. This type of survey is particularly suited for maintaining a property’s safety and compliance. It involves a detailed examination of the building to identify any presence of asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) that could be disturbed during normal occupancy, including foreseeable maintenance and installation.

Importance of Asbestos Management Surveys in Commercial Properties

Conducting an Asbestos Management Survey is crucial for commercial properties, particularly those like the one at 13 Bernard Street, which have both residential and commercial spaces. The survey is essential for:

  1. Compliance with Health and Safety Regulations: It ensures that the property complies with health and safety regulations, particularly the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
  2. Risk Assessment and Management: It helps in assessing the risk of any asbestos present and formulating a management plan to prevent its disturbance.
  3. Safety of Occupants: The survey prioritises the safety of the building’s occupants, whether residents, employees, or visitors, by identifying and managing any asbestos-related risks.
  4. Maintenance and Renovation Works: It provides crucial information for any future maintenance or renovation works, ensuring that no ACMs are disturbed unknowingly.

Knight Specialist Services’ successful survey at NSPP Vocational Training’s premises in Glossop is a clear demonstration of their commitment to safety, compliance, and professionalism. Our expertise in conducting Asbestos Management Surveys ensures that buildings are not only compliant with regulations but also provide a safe environment for all occupants.

In the United Kingdom, the management and handling of asbestos are governed by several pieces of legislation. The primary regulations are:

  1. The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR 2012): This is the key regulation that provides the legal framework for managing asbestos safely. It covers a wide range of asbestos-related activities, including its use, prohibition, licensure, and duties to manage asbestos in non-domestic premises. The regulations also outline the necessary training for those working with asbestos.

  2. The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974: While not specific to asbestos, this Act places a duty on employers to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of their employees. This includes taking steps to control asbestos exposure.

  3. The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999: These regulations require employers to conduct risk assessments and take appropriate action to mitigate risks, including those related to asbestos.

  4. The Hazardous Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2005 and The Special Waste Regulations 1996 (Scotland): These regulations cover the disposal of asbestos waste.

For more information and guidance on asbestos management and regulations in the UK, the following websites are useful resources:

  1. Health and Safety Executive (HSE): hse.gov.uk/asbestos

    • The HSE website provides comprehensive information on asbestos, including legal obligations, how to manage asbestos in premises, and guidance on asbestos licensing.
  2. GOV.UK: gov.uk/asbestos-in-home

    • This government portal offers guidance on dealing with asbestos in homes, including identifying asbestos, risks, and how to dispose of it safely.
  3. Asbestos Removal Contractors Association (ARCA): arca.org.uk

    • ARCA is involved in setting standards and providing training and support for those in the asbestos removal industry. Their website contains information on finding a licensed contractor and industry best practices.
  4. The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS): bohs.org

    • BOHS provides information and resources related to occupational hygiene, including asbestos. It is a valuable resource for professionals seeking training and qualifications in asbestos management and control.

These resources offer detailed and up-to-date information on asbestos regulations, management practices, and health and safety guidelines in the UK.

🏘️ Suburbs for Asbestos Surveys in Glossop we cover;-

  • Mottram in Longdendale
  • Matley
  • Simmondley
  • Hadfield
  • Padfield
  • Woolley Bridge
  • Charlesworth

We not only carry out Asbestos Surveys in the Glossop area, we carryout Single Sampling of Asbestos for as little as £150.00 including VAT. Glossop is a stone throw away from us, with our team being located in Gee Cross.  Asbestos Testing is crucial to determine if Asbestos Materials are present in your commercial property in Glossop, or your Home in Glossop.

We can put your mind at ease and have an Asbestos Tester in Glossop within 10 minutes to inspect the suspect asbestos material, sample and provide you with an asbestos report and asbestos test result within 24 hours.

Asbestos Survey in Dukinfield

Asbestos Insulating board
Asbestos Insulating Board

ASBESTOS SURVEY IN DUKINFIELD

Client: Asbestos Survey in Dukinfield, Tameside for a local Engineering Company – Tolland Engineering, Sandy Lane, Dukinfield SK16 5NH

Comprehensive Asbestos Surveys with Knight Specialist Services

Asbestos surveys are an essential aspect of property management and development, ensuring the safety of occupants and workers. When it comes to reliable asbestos surveying in Dukinfield, Tameside, and the surrounding areas, Knight Specialist Services is the trusted specialist, conveniently located just a stone’s throw away. Their expertise extends across a wide spectrum, from single dwellings and shop units to educational institutions and large industrial facilities.

Accessibility and Expertise:

Situated less than 5 minutes from Dukinfield, Knight Specialist Services offers unparalleled accessibility and prompt response times. Their team of highly trained experts is equipped to handle asbestos assessments of varying scales and complexities. Whether you’re a homeowner, business owner, or responsible for a larger institution, Knight Specialist Services has the knowledge and experience to meet your asbestos survey needs.

A Broad Range of Services:

Knight Specialist Services’ commitment to comprehensive asbestos surveys knows no bounds. They cater to diverse properties, ranging from single dwellings, where homeowners seek peace of mind, to single shop units, where businesses prioritize safety. Moreover, their expertise extends to schools, colleges, and large industrial units, ensuring that educational institutions and industrial facilities are equipped to manage asbestos risks effectively.

In Dukinfield and beyond, Knight Specialist Services has earned a reputation for their dedication to safety, compliance, and excellence in asbestos surveying. Their accessibility, expertise, and a wide array of services make them the go-to choice for property owners and managers seeking to safeguard the health and well-being of all who occupy these spaces.

If you wish to book an Asbestos Survey or Asbestos Testing for your project, please get in touch using our contact form HERE. or call us on 0161 333 0767 and we will be happy to assist with your requirements.

Asbestos, a once widely-used material in construction, has been identified as a significant health hazard, making asbestos surveys on industrial premises critically important. Asbestos surveys are essential for identifying and managing asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) to ensure the safety of occupants and workers. These surveys are particularly crucial in industrial settings, where the legacy of asbestos use is often more pronounced due to historical construction practices.

Asbestos could be lurking in various parts of an industrial premises, often hidden in plain sight. Common locations include insulation materials in pipes and boilers, ceiling tiles, floor tiles, roofing materials, and even in the cement used in construction. Its presence is not just confined to older buildings; some premises constructed or renovated before the year 2000 may still contain asbestos, as its use was only fully banned in the UK in 1999.

The importance of conducting asbestos surveys in industrial premises cannot be overstated. Prolonged exposure to asbestos fibres can lead to serious respiratory conditions, including asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma, a particularly aggressive form of cancer. These health risks highlight the necessity of early detection and management of asbestos within industrial environments.

Asbestos surveys come in different forms, including management surveys, which aim to locate the presence and extent of any ACMs in a building that might be disturbed or damaged during normal occupancy. There is also the more intrusive refurbishment and demolition survey, which is required when a building is due to be refurbished or demolished. This type of survey is more extensive and aims to identify all ACMs within the structure.

Conducting these surveys is not just about health and safety; it’s also a legal requirement under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. These regulations mandate the duty holder of non-domestic premises to manage the risk from asbestos by identifying its presence. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in significant fines and legal action, not to mention the potential harm to human health.

The process of identifying asbestos involves a thorough inspection of the premises by qualified professionals who take samples of suspected materials for analysis. This is a meticulous process that requires expertise and knowledge of where asbestos is most likely to be found and how it can be safely managed.

Once identified, the management of asbestos involves creating a detailed asbestos register and plan, which outlines where the asbestos is located, its condition, and how it will be managed. This could involve encapsulating the asbestos to prevent fibre release, regular monitoring, or removal by a licensed contractor.

Knight Specialist Services Ltd is a company that specialises in conducting comprehensive asbestos surveys on industrial and commercial units. Situated just a stone’s throw away from Dukinfield, Tameside, they are conveniently located within a 5-minute drive, making them an accessible choice for businesses in the area seeking expert asbestos survey services.

With a deep understanding of the complexities involved in identifying and managing asbestos in industrial and commercial settings, Knight Specialist Services Ltd offers a range of services tailored to meet the specific needs of each premises. Their team of skilled professionals is equipped with the latest tools and techniques to conduct thorough surveys, ensuring compliance with current regulations and the safety of all occupants and workers.

Knight Specialist Services Ltd’s commitment to excellence and proximity to Dukinfield, Tameside, positions them as a leading provider of asbestos survey services in the region. Their expertise and convenient location make them an ideal partner for industrial and commercial entities looking to manage the risks associated with asbestos effectively.

Contact us for your Quotation HERE on your next Project

Asbestos Survey Denton

asbestos testing in manchester at upper brook street

Asbestos Survey Denton 

Do you require an Asbestos Survey Denton, Manchester Near The M67 Motorway or surrounding areas? Are you unsure as to which level of Asbestos Testing and Survey you require? Knight Specialist Services Ltd are here to put your mind at rest and provide you with a professional and reliable service to ensure your Asbestos Compliance.

Whether a Homeowner or Landlord look no further than our specialised team who are at hand for all your Asbestos Requirements in the Denton, Manchester Near The M67 Motorway Area.

CALL US NOW ON 0161 333 0767 OR 07983 236 058.

We ensure Businesses and Homeowners are provided with the correct guidance and support on Asbestos related matters from initial Asbestos Testing in Denton, Manchester Near The M67 Motorway to issue of the full Asbestos Survey for your property

Planning your asbestos survey and choosing a competent surveyor is critical for both the property occupier and any potential contractors on your property.  Call our specialised team for expert Asbestos Advice.

 

Asbestos Demolition and Refurbishment Survey completed at Town Lane and Acre Street, Denton, Manchester M34 6AF

Asbestos Survey completed for A&A Developments.

Asbestos identified during the survey included;-

Asbestos Corrugated Roof Sheeting

Asbestos Rope

Asbestos Gaskets

Asbestos Paper Lining to Fibreboard

Asbestos Woven Fabrics in Old Electrical Systems

We not only carry out Asbestos Surveys in theDenton, Manchester area, we carryout Single Sampling of Asbestos for as little as £150.00 including VAT. Denton is a stone throw away from us, with our team being located in Gee Cross, Hyde.  Asbestos Testing is crucial to determine if Asbestos Materials are present in your commercial property in Denton, or your Home in Denton. We can put your mind at ease and have an Asbestos Tester in Denton within 20 minutes to inspect the suspect asbestos material, sample and provide you with an asbestos report and asbestos test result within 24 hours.

ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT SURVEYS

Asbestos Management Surveys are an essential component of responsible property management, where the presence of asbestos in buildings constructed before the year 2000 is relatively common. These surveys are conducted to identify and assess the risks associated with asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a property or building.

The primary objective of an asbestos management survey is to create a comprehensive record of ACMs, their location, condition, and any associated risks. Trained asbestos surveyors perform these surveys meticulously, employing a systematic approach to inspect all accessible areas of a building, including concealed spaces such as wall cavities and ceiling voids. The surveyors take samples where necessary to confirm the presence of asbestos and its type.

Once the survey is complete by Knight Specialist Services Ltd, a detailed report is prepared, which includes the location of identified ACMs, their condition, and the level of risk they pose. This information forms the basis for an effective asbestos management plan. The plan outlines how ACMs will be managed and monitored over time to ensure the safety of occupants and workers within the property.

Do you require an asbestos survey for your property Click HERE to find out more.

front of the care home in wilmslow

ASBESTOS REFURBISHMENT AND DEMOLITION SURVEYS

Asbestos refurbishment and demolition surveys are critical processes designed to identify and manage asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a building before significant renovation or demolition work takes place. These surveys are essential in the United Kingdom, where the presence of asbestos in older structures is common and strict regulations govern its safe removal and disposal.

The primary purpose of a refurbishment and demolition survey is to locate and assess all potential ACMs within the areas of the building that will be affected by refurbishment or demolition activities. This includes areas that might be inaccessible during a standard management survey, as these hidden ACMs can pose a significant risk when disturbed.

Qualified asbestos surveyors like Knight Specialist Services Ltd conduct these surveys meticulously, taking samples from suspected materials and analysing them in accredited laboratories to confirm the presence of asbestos. Mike Knight also assesses the condition of the identified ACMs, which is crucial in determining the appropriate removal or encapsulation procedures to be followed.

The results of refurbishment and demolition surveys are documented in a comprehensive report that includes detailed information on the location, type, and condition of ACMs. This report serves as the foundation for safe asbestos removal plans, ensuring that any asbestos-containing materials are properly managed and disposed of before refurbishment or demolition work begins.

Asbestos cement sheeting

ASBESTOS RE-INSPECTION SURVEYS

Asbestos Re-inspection Surveys are an integral part of responsible asbestos management, These surveys are conducted periodically to monitor and assess the condition of known asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a building or property. The goal is to ensure that ACMs remain in a safe and stable condition and to identify any deterioration that may have occurred over time.

Re-inspection surveys are particularly important because asbestos-containing materials can deteriorate or become damaged over the years, potentially leading to the release of harmful asbestos fibers into the environment. By regularly re-inspecting ACMs, property owners and duty holders can stay informed about the condition of these materials and take appropriate action to mitigate risks.

Qualified asbestos surveyors perform re-inspection surveys, revisiting the locations where ACMs were identified in previous surveys. They carefully assess the current condition of these materials, taking into account any changes or damage that may have occurred since the last inspection. This information is recorded in a detailed report, which includes recommendations for the management, repair, removal, or encapsulation of ACMs based on their condition.

Re-inspection surveys are an essential element of ongoing asbestos management plans and legal compliance in the UK. They provide property owners and managers with the necessary information to make informed decisions regarding the maintenance and safety of their buildings. Regular re-inspections not only ensure the safety of occupants and workers but also help prevent costly emergency asbestos remediation efforts by identifying issues before they escalate.

At Knight Specialist Services Ltd we have helped many satisfieid customers thoughout the North West of England and Surroudning Areas.  Read our 5* Google Reviews HERE

 

Asbestos Survey in Salford

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Asbestos Survey in Salford

Asbestos Survey carried out at 64 Broadway Salford – The propert is a two storey brick built commercial premises.  The asbestos survey was undertaken to allow the property to be converted into Residential Apartments by the Client.  Asbestos identified during survey including, Asbestos Insulating Board to the Boiler Room. Asbestos Textured Coatings and ASbestos Floor Tiles and Adhesives.

 

asbestos pipe insulation

Client: Nine Point Eight Construction

The Role of Asbestos Surveys:

Asbestos Refurbishment and Management Surveys conducted by experts like Knight Specialist Services play a crucial role in assessing and managing asbestos pipe insulation. These surveys help identify the location, condition, and type of asbestos-containing materials within a property. For refurbishment projects, knowing the extent of asbestos pipe insulation is essential for planning safe removal or encapsulation. In the case of ongoing management, regular surveys ensure that the material remains in a stable and non-hazardous state.

Why Knight Specialist Services is the Go-To Specialist:

Located just 10 minutes from Cheadle, Stockport, Knight Specialist Services is ideally positioned to serve the needs of homeowners, property managers, and businesses in the area. Their expertise in asbestos assessments, coupled with their commitment to safety and compliance, makes them the trusted choice for proper management of asbestos pipe insulation. By choosing Knight Specialist Services, you can ensure that this hidden hazard is effectively addressed, protecting the health and well-being of all who occupy the building.

What do asbestos pipe insulation look like? Click HERE to find out more. If you want to know more about our services click HERE

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  • Agecroft
  • Barton upon Irwell
  • Blackfriars
  • Boothstown
  • Broughton
  • Cadishead
  • Eccles
  • Greengate
  • Irlams o’ th’ Height
  • Kersal
  • Langworthy
  • Little Hulton
  • Linnyshaw
  • Monton
  • Ordsall
  • Patricroft
  • Peel Green
  • Pendlebury
  • Pendleton
  • Salford Quays
  • Seedley
  • Swinton
  • Walkden
  • Wardley
  • Weaste
  • Winton
  • Worsley

For comprehensive information on asbestos surveys, including types of surveys, guidance, and legislation, you can refer to various resources provided by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in the UK and other informative sites.

  1. HSE’s Asbestos Survey Guide: This is a detailed guide aimed at those conducting asbestos surveys and those responsible for managing asbestos in non-domestic premises. It covers aspects like survey planning, execution, reporting, and using the survey information. The guide is essential for ensuring competence and quality assurance in asbestos surveys. You can find it here: Asbestos: The survey guide.
  2. Legislation and Safety Guidelines: The HSE website provides information on relevant legislation for asbestos safety. This includes the Control of Asbestos Regulations, which detail legal duties and how to comply with them. Other regulations covered are the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Health and Safety at Work Act, and the Construction Design and Management Regulations. For detailed information, visit the HSE’s Introduction to asbestos safety page.
  3. Types of Asbestos Surveys: There are mainly two types of asbestos surveys: Management Asbestos Survey and Refurbishment and Demolition Asbestos Survey. The former is generally for managing asbestos in buildings, often involving minimal sampling and minor intrusive work. The latter is required before any major refurbishment or demolition work and involves more detailed and intrusive inspection. For more details on when each type of survey is required, visit HASpod’s article on the two types of asbestos survey.
  4. Selecting a Competent Surveyor: It’s important to use accredited asbestos surveying organizations for conducting surveys. The UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) is recognized for accrediting asbestos inspection bodies in Great Britain. For guidance on selecting a competent surveyor, refer to the HSE’s guide mentioned above.
  5. International Legislation: Asbestos is also regulated under international law, such as the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal. For a broader understanding of international regulations, Wikipedia provides an overview of asbestos laws across various countries. Check out the section on Asbestos and the law on Wikipedia.

🔗 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.

    🔗 Useful links for Customers for further information on Asbestos

    To view our homepage please click HERE

    Asbestos Survey Cheadle

    building slab removed where asbestos debris was identified

    Asbestos Pipe Insulation had been uncovered during the demolition of a single storey building on behalf of Greater Manchester Fire Brigade at 6 Turves Rd, Cheadle Hulme, Cheadle SK8 6AY

    The demolition contractor acted immediately on discovering the suspect asbestos pipe insulation contact Knight Specialist Services Ltd to carryout an asbestos survey and testing of the local ground area and where the pipe was buried. The asbestos material was removed safly and within timescales to allow the demolition works to continue on programme

    asbestos pipe insulation

    Client: Asbestos Survey Cheadle for a Demolition Contractor at a Local Fire Station

    Project: Asbestos Survey Cheadle, Stockport for a demolition contractor. Asbestos pipe insulation and asbestos debris identified under the slab area of the building

    Asbestos Pipe Insulation: Managing a Hidden Hazard

    Asbestos pipe insulation, once a common building material due to its excellent heat and fire-resistant properties, is a silent danger lurking in many older structures. It was extensively used in homes, factories, and commercial buildings for insulating heating and water pipes. However, the discovery of asbestos’s severe health risks has highlighted the need for vigilant management. Proper management of asbestos pipe insulation through an Asbestos Refurbishment or Management Survey is imperative to protect both occupants and workers from potential exposure.

    The Hidden Threat:

    Asbestos pipe insulation, often found in a crumbly, fibrous form, can become damaged or deteriorate over time. When disturbed, it releases tiny asbestos fibers into the air, which, if inhaled, can lead to serious health conditions, including asbestos-related lung diseases and cancer. The key to minimizing these risks is to identify the presence of asbestos pipe insulation and manage it effectively.

    The Role of Asbestos Surveys:

    Asbestos Refurbishment and Management Surveys conducted by experts like Knight Specialist Services play a crucial role in assessing and managing asbestos pipe insulation. These surveys help identify the location, condition, and type of asbestos-containing materials within a property. For refurbishment projects, knowing the extent of asbestos pipe insulation is essential for planning safe removal or encapsulation. In the case of ongoing management, regular surveys ensure that the material remains in a stable and non-hazardous state.

    Why Knight Specialist Services is the Go-To Specialist:

    Located just 10 minutes from Cheadle, Stockport, Knight Specialist Services is ideally positioned to serve the needs of homeowners, property managers, and businesses in the area. Their expertise in asbestos assessments, coupled with their commitment to safety and compliance, makes them the trusted choice for proper management of asbestos pipe insulation. By choosing Knight Specialist Services, you can ensure that this hidden hazard is effectively addressed, protecting the health and well-being of all who occupy the building.

    What do asbestos pipe insulation look like? Click HERE to find out more. If you want to know more about our services click HERE

    🏘️ Suburbs in Cheadle Knight Specialist Services Ltd cover;-

    • Cheadle Hulme
    • Cheadle Bulkeley
    • Cheadle Moseley
    • Gatley
    • Heald Green

    For comprehensive information on asbestos surveys, including types of surveys, guidance, and legislation, you can refer to various resources provided by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in the UK and other informative sites.

    1. HSE’s Asbestos Survey Guide: This is a detailed guide aimed at those conducting asbestos surveys and those responsible for managing asbestos in non-domestic premises. It covers aspects like survey planning, execution, reporting, and using the survey information. The guide is essential for ensuring competence and quality assurance in asbestos surveys. You can find it here: Asbestos: The survey guide.
    2. Legislation and Safety Guidelines: The HSE website provides information on relevant legislation for asbestos safety. This includes the Control of Asbestos Regulations, which detail legal duties and how to comply with them. Other regulations covered are the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Health and Safety at Work Act, and the Construction Design and Management Regulations. For detailed information, visit the HSE’s Introduction to asbestos safety page.
    3. Types of Asbestos Surveys: There are mainly two types of asbestos surveys: Management Asbestos Survey and Refurbishment and Demolition Asbestos Survey. The former is generally for managing asbestos in buildings, often involving minimal sampling and minor intrusive work. The latter is required before any major refurbishment or demolition work and involves more detailed and intrusive inspection. For more details on when each type of survey is required, visit HASpod’s article on the two types of asbestos survey.
    4. Selecting a Competent Surveyor: It’s important to use accredited asbestos surveying organizations for conducting surveys. The UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) is recognized for accrediting asbestos inspection bodies in Great Britain. For guidance on selecting a competent surveyor, refer to the HSE’s guide mentioned above.
    5. International Legislation: Asbestos is also regulated under international law, such as the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal. For a broader understanding of international regulations, Wikipedia provides an overview of asbestos laws across various countries. Check out the section on Asbestos and the law on Wikipedia.

    Asbestos insulation was widely used around pipework in buildings across the UK for much of the 20th century, primarily due to its excellent heat-resistant properties and durability. Here are some interesting facts about this material, its usage, and the dangers it poses today:

    1. Heat Resistance: One of the main reasons asbestos was used for insulating pipework was its ability to resist high temperatures. This made it an ideal material for preventing heat loss from hot water pipes and protecting against fire in heating systems.

    2. Peak Usage: The use of asbestos insulation around pipework peaked in the mid-20th century, especially in the post-war construction boom. It was a time when the demand for quick and efficient building materials was at an all-time high, and asbestos was favoured for its cost-effectiveness and availability.

    3. Variety of Products: Asbestos was not used in isolation; it was often mixed with other materials to create various insulation products. These included lagging, which was applied as a paste and then hardened around pipes, and pre-formed sections of asbestos insulation that could be fitted around pipework.

    4. Deterioration and Disturbance: Over time, asbestos insulation can deteriorate or become damaged, especially if it’s disturbed during building works or maintenance. When this happens, asbestos fibres can be released into the air, posing a significant health risk.

    5. Inhalation Risks: The primary danger of asbestos comes from inhaling airborne fibres. These fibres can become lodged in the lung tissue, leading to diseases such as asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma – a cancer of the lining of the lungs, which is almost exclusively caused by asbestos exposure.

    6. Latency Period: Diseases related to asbestos exposure often have a long latency period, meaning symptoms can take decades to appear after initial exposure. This delayed onset has contributed to asbestos-related diseases still being diagnosed today, despite the decline in asbestos use.

    7. Legal Ban: Recognising the health risks, the UK banned all forms of asbestos in 1999. However, many buildings constructed before this year still contain asbestos materials, including insulation around pipework.

    8. Safe Removal: Due to its hazardous nature, the removal of asbestos insulation must be carried out by licensed professionals. They use specialised equipment and techniques to safely remove and dispose of the material, minimising the release of fibres.

    9. Encapsulation: In some cases, rather than removal, asbestos insulation can be encapsulated. This involves covering the asbestos with a protective layer to prevent fibre release, which can be a safer and less invasive option.

    10. Ongoing Awareness: Despite the known dangers and the ban on asbestos, there remains a need for ongoing awareness and vigilance, especially during the renovation or demolition of older buildings. Training and education about the risks of asbestos are crucial for tradespeople and professionals who might encounter this material in their work.

    The history of asbestos insulation around pipework is a stark reminder of the balance between industrial innovation and public health, highlighting the importance of rigorous safety standards and regulations in the construction and building maintenance industries.

    Contact us HERE for your Asbestos Survey in Cheadle

    🔗 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.

      🔗 Useful links for Customers for further information on Asbestos

      To view our homepage please click HERE

      Asbestos Survey Bury

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      Asbestos Survey Bury, Lancashire

      Do you require an Asbestos Survey Bury, or surrounding areas? Are you unsure as to which level of Asbestos Testing and Survey you require? Knight Specialist Services Ltd are here to put your mind at rest and provide you with a professional and reliable service to ensure your Asbestos Compliance.

      Whether a Homeowner or Landlord look no further than our specialised team who are at hand for all your Asbestos Requirements in the Bury Area.

      CALL US NOW ON 0161 333 0767 OR 07983 236 058.

      We ensure Businesses and Homeowners are provided with the correct guidance and support on Asbestos related matters from initial Asbestos Testing in Bury to issue of the full Asbestos Survey for your property

      Planning your asbestos survey and choosing a competent surveyor is critical for both the property occupier and any potential contractors on your property.  Call our specialised team for expert Asbestos Advice.

       

      Asbestos in Bury | Lancashire 

      Asbestos Surveys we have carried out in the Bury and Surrounding Areas;-

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      > Former Poundworld, 44-46 Yorkshire Street, Rochdale

      > 826 Manchester Road, Manchester Road Rochdale OL11 3AW

      ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT SURVEYS IN BURY, LANCASHIRE

      Asbestos Management Surveys are an essential component of responsible property management, where the presence of asbestos in buildings constructed before the year 2000 is relatively common. These surveys are conducted to identify and assess the risks associated with asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a property or building.

      The primary objective of an asbestos management survey is to create a comprehensive record of ACMs, their location, condition, and any associated risks. Trained asbestos surveyors perform these surveys meticulously, employing a systematic approach to inspect all accessible areas of a building, including concealed spaces such as wall cavities and ceiling voids. The surveyors take samples where necessary to confirm the presence of asbestos and its type.

      Once the survey is complete by Knight Specialist Services Ltd, a detailed report is prepared, which includes the location of identified ACMs, their condition, and the level of risk they pose. This information forms the basis for an effective asbestos management plan. The plan outlines how ACMs will be managed and monitored over time to ensure the safety of occupants and workers within the property.

      Do you require an asbestos survey for your property Click HERE to find out more.

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      ASBESTOS REFURBISHMENT AND DEMOLITION SURVEYS IN BURY, LANCASHIRE

      Asbestos refurbishment and demolition surveys are critical processes designed to identify and manage asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a building before significant renovation or demolition work takes place. These surveys are essential in the United Kingdom, where the presence of asbestos in older structures is common and strict regulations govern its safe removal and disposal.

      The primary purpose of a refurbishment and demolition survey is to locate and assess all potential ACMs within the areas of the building that will be affected by refurbishment or demolition activities. This includes areas that might be inaccessible during a standard management survey, as these hidden ACMs can pose a significant risk when disturbed.

      Qualified asbestos surveyors like Knight Specialist Services Ltd conduct these surveys meticulously, taking samples from suspected materials and analysing them in accredited laboratories to confirm the presence of asbestos. Mike Knight also assesses the condition of the identified ACMs, which is crucial in determining the appropriate removal or encapsulation procedures to be followed.

      The results of refurbishment and demolition surveys are documented in a comprehensive report that includes detailed information on the location, type, and condition of ACMs. This report serves as the foundation for safe asbestos removal plans, ensuring that any asbestos-containing materials are properly managed and disposed of before refurbishment or demolition work begins.

      Asbestos cement sheeting

      ASBESTOS RE-INSPECTION SURVEYS

      Asbestos Re-inspection Surveys are an integral part of responsible asbestos management, These surveys are conducted periodically to monitor and assess the condition of known asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within a building or property. The goal is to ensure that ACMs remain in a safe and stable condition and to identify any deterioration that may have occurred over time.

      Re-inspection surveys are particularly important because asbestos-containing materials can deteriorate or become damaged over the years, potentially leading to the release of harmful asbestos fibers into the environment. By regularly re-inspecting ACMs, property owners and duty holders can stay informed about the condition of these materials and take appropriate action to mitigate risks.

      Qualified asbestos surveyors perform re-inspection surveys, revisiting the locations where ACMs were identified in previous surveys. They carefully assess the current condition of these materials, taking into account any changes or damage that may have occurred since the last inspection. This information is recorded in a detailed report, which includes recommendations for the management, repair, removal, or encapsulation of ACMs based on their condition.

      Re-inspection surveys are an essential element of ongoing asbestos management plans and legal compliance in the UK. They provide property owners and managers with the necessary information to make informed decisions regarding the maintenance and safety of their buildings. Regular re-inspections not only ensure the safety of occupants and workers but also help prevent costly emergency asbestos remediation efforts by identifying issues before they escalate.

      At Knight Specialist Services Ltd we have helped many satisfieid customers thoughout the North West of England and Surroudning Areas.  Read our 5* Google Reviews HERE

       

      Asbestos Surveys in Manchester, Stockport, Bolton, Warrington, Leeds, Preston and Nationwide

      We are based in the North West of England but we are able to offer affordable Asbestos consultancy and management services nationwide. Our team cover Greater Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham and London with professional asbestos surveys, sampling and consultancy to ensure your business complies with necessary legislation. Furthermore, we can reach locations across Cheshire, Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Lancashire and Staffordshire. For complete Asbestos Services look no further.

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