We can help you with all matters relating to asbestos removal, from surveying and sampling through to encapsulation and environmental cleaning and legal compliance. The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) has identified asbestos fibre exposure as the single greatest cause of occupationally related disease in the UK. WeldLag has a team of highly qualified, experienced specialists and surveyors who have been fully trained in the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) P402: Building Surveys and Bulk Sampling for Asbestos.
From the original MDHS (Methods for the Determination of Hazardous Substances) 100 guidance note to HSG264, the guide for surveying, sampling and assessment of asbestos-containing materials, we cover all bases to ensure you are following best practice. Under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, we look closely at your responsibilities for competence, quality assurance and surveys, including asbestos survey planning and implementation, the survey report and the duty holder's use of survey information.
Our highly qualified experts can test, remove and dispose of anything which contains asbestos, keeping you and your family safe. With the support of the WeldLag team, you can be confident that any harmful materials which may be in your home are identified and tested. We will then remove these materials in a clean and controlled way and dispose of them safely. WeldLag works with construction companies and local authorities as well as homeowners, so you can trust that we are experts in our field. No job is too big or too small, you can rely on us to do the one job you cant DIY.
Next, to raw materials, energy represents the largest single cost element of most manufacturing processes. Weldlag recognises thermal insulation as a valuable investment and a tremendous asset to energy conservation and process efficiency and their specialist team are able to insulate pipework and properties with modern products to ensure you are operating as efficiently as possible.
Our fully trained and highly qualified asbestos specialists will help you ensure that asbestos is safely removed or encapsulated. With the support of the WeldLag team, you can be confident that the advice and expertise you receive is at the forefront of asbestos disposal best practice and in full compliance with the control of asbestos regulations 2012. No job is too big or too small, we work with organisations of all sizes in both the private and public sector. Our customers benefit from the experience and reliability of our team as each and everyone is fully trained in asbestos removal.
This is how we have established long-standing and trusted relationships with them for many years. Upon completion of our initial asbestos survey, we will create a management plan and complete checks every 6 months. Where asbestos is identified, it can either be encapsulated and managed or safely removed and disposed of. This will allow both you and the WeldLag team to monitor the condition of identified asbestos and to review and update the management plan for its safe disposal. This will help you comply with your duties under Regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 Approved Code of Practice and guidance to manage asbestos in non-domestic premises.
Every member of the WeldLag team is trained in asbestos removal and always keepup to date with all the latest asbestos-related legislation. The continuous review and refinement of our systems, procedures and controls keep us at the forefront of asbestos disposal best practice and legal compliance. This endeavour has resulted in the retention of our HSE asbestos licence over the last three decades. Asbestos Licences are issued under the HSE's Permissioning Regime which covers 9 industries including 'Works with asbestos' and 'Explosive manufacture and storage'.
As well as building materials, asbestos waste can include contaminated tools, protective equipment and other items exposed in the vicinity, so it's important to get every step in the process right. We have decades of experience and our clients are from both the public and private sectors. We work with schools, hospitals and local authorities as well as manufacturing buildings and even nuclear and offshore installations. If asbestos is deemed to be in good condition or is inaccessible under HSE regulations, encapsulation is often the preferred option as it may actually reduce health risks and can be better for the environment.
We are looking to appoint an additional Asbestos Contract Manager and Removal Operatives to our team in the North West due to continued growth.
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