Who is at Risk of Asbestos Exposure?

who is at risk of asbestos

Who is at Risk of Asbestos Exposure?

Any duty holder must know who is at risk of asbestos exposure on their premises. It’s an essential part of the legal duty to manage asbestos risks for all building…
can you remove asbestos yourself

Can You Remove Asbestos Yourself?

Can you remove asbestos yourself? The safest answer is no. Asbestos exposure is a severe health hazard, and any removal work puts you at significant risk. It’s almost always better…
Asbestos Services Surveys

HSE Asbestos Services Surveys

Regarding workplace health and safety hazards, asbestos is among the top ten. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has long been concerned about the impact of asbestos exposure on people’s…
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World Lung Cancer Month 2023

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. The 30-day event has one message: if you are showing signs of lung cancer, seek medical advice urgently. Focusing a month-long campaign on just…
what is asbestos

What is Asbestos – Types, Hazards and Safety

More than 5,000 workers in the UK die every year of asbestos-related diseases according to figures gathered by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). It is still commonly found in…
asbestos in schools

Asbestos in Schools – Has Anything Improved?

Asbestos in schools has been making the headlines recently, and rightly so. The once-dubbed ‘miracle mineral’ is now known as a silent killer and is present in most UK school…
RAAC in buildings

Can RAAC Cause Buildings to Collapse?

Yes, it can. And there have been multiple reports of it happening: The roof of a school building constructed with RAAC panels suddenly collapsed in July 2018. Thankfully, the incident…