Fibre Management is a national asbestos consultancy, dedicated to providing our clients with impartial advice and cost effective asbestos solutions. We offer a wide range of asbestos services, which can be tailored to help meet your needs and ensure your compliance with legal and health and safety regulations. With over 50 years' experience as a team and a wide range of professional and industry accreditations, why not let our experts guide you. In addition to a very thorough and well prepared and presented report, a meeting was also held to review the survey.
Fibre Managment are specialists in asbestos testing and analysis and through our consultancy services we aim to provide you with the best asbestos solution. We have a large range of clients that rely on us for our excellent service, independence, impartiality and integrity. We welcome the opportunity to work with you to solve your asbestos needs and your legal requirements to ensure a safer working environment for all. Why not let us guide you through the complex asbestos regulations and guidelines, for complete peace of mind.
The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR 2012) states that all asbestos in non-domestic premises built before 1999, needs to be identified and assessed. All our professionally written surveys, are completed to HSE guidelines- HSG264 standards, with clear recommendations and advice. Plus, all our surveyors hold a minimum of BOHS P402 Certification (Building Surveys and Bulk Sampling) or equivalent.
A refurbishment survey is designed to find any asbestos containing materials (ACMs) which could exist and is tailored to meet your specific planned refurbishment works. The aim of the survey is to help protect people and the environment from any asbestos, which could exist in the building or any equipment. If asbestos is found, the refurbishment survey will confirm what work needs to be completed by asbestos removal experts, before works can start. This is to help comply with CAR 2012 Regulation 7, for all ACMs to be removed as far as reasonably practicable before major refurbishment unless removal would cause a greater risk to employees than if the asbestos had been left in place.