To satisfy the requirements of Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, CDM Scotland Ltd offers a wide range of asbestos related services to its clients, meeting every aspect of the regulations from initial assessment through to final report stage and ongoing management.
We can offer asbestos site surveys and asbestos training and awareness workshops for employees by experienced and knowledgeable personnel. Additionally, we can assist with the development of an asbestos management plan in order to comply with the Control of Asbestos Regulation 2012.
Our asbestos services include:
CDM (Scotland) Limited delivers Asbestos Management and Asbestos Refurbishment & Demolition Surveys for a wide array of clients across a number of diverse sites using highly experienced asbestos surveyors. The key to the delivery of a usable and understandable asbestos survey is communication. Communication with the client is essential as it ensures that they get a workable document that will ensure there are no project delays and more importantly - no exposure to asbestos containing materials.
Asbestos Management Surveys assist you with the task of providing a management plan to enable compliance with Regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
No two projects are alike. Many have unique risks, many are complicated in their own way. Having experienced project management personnel at your disposal - either in addition to your existing team or to oversee projects in times of increased work load - allows the contractor to deliver increased flexibility to their clients. We work within our clients management systems to deliver cost effective management solutions to the most challenging of projects. We encourage communication with end users, regulatory bodies, client representatives and work parties to ensure project delivery is not delayed and the project is delivered safely and within budget.
Using our extensive list of pre-approved UKAS accredited analysts we can commission a wide array of analytical services on your behalf including Air Testing (4 stage clearance, Personal Monitoring, Re-assurance, Leak, Background, Decontamination Unit Clearance) and Bulk Sample Analysis (including water absorption).
It is a common misconception that an asbestos report is all that is needed to comply with regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 - known as the Duty to Manage Regulation. Not only must you identify the presence of asbestos, you are legally obligated to manage the asbestos that is identified.
The easiest way to comply with the regulation is to commission an asbestos management plan of the premises. These documents are an essential tool to ensure that building occupants and tradesmen are protected from accidental exposure to asbestos and that asbestos left in-situ is monitored on a regular basis. Using a combination of asbestos survey reports, bulk sample analysis, building construction information and even information regarding previous asbestos removal operations, we produce site specific management plans.
Training is not the only requirement which enables you to undertake the removal of asbestos, you need to comply with the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. Whether you are a Licensed Asbestos Removal Contractor or a Non-Licensed Contractor, in order to do this you need a comprehensive management system in place to ensure that you are compliant with the legislation.
What we offer is a management system created specifically for your company - it includes EVERYTHING you need to comply with the regulations fully. It will not be complicated, but it will include all aspects that you need to ensure you are fully compliant with the law.
Asbestos awareness training should be given to employees whose work could foreseeably disturb the fabric of a building and expose them to asbestos.
During the training session, attendees will learn about asbestos and its history, where it can be found in buildings, health implications, legislation and emergency procedures. Armed with this information, it places them in a position where their knowledge can significantly reduce the chances of themselves or building occupants being exposed to asbestos.
Our training is provided by experienced personnel who have extensive knowledge of the asbestos industry - this is the best kind of person to deliver such training.
We deliver a client-by-client approach to site audits, as each client is different and operate in their own way. We randomly select jobs in conjunction with our clients, which in all honestly, gives the client a true indication of how their company is performing instead of relying on pre-determined site visits.
We don’t only look at the asbestos issues, but we also assess all health and safety risks, external factors, management systems on site, emergency procedures and the personnel themselves.
The information we provide is a lot more than a ‘tick sheet’ and gives the client REAL information that they can use in the continual improvement of their operation.
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"CDM worked diligently and professionally throughout the course of the Management survey and also the removal project. In fact, we hardly knew they were on site which was great as it did not affect our site production and also our own staff were not alarmed by any of the survey/removal works, being carried out by this professional team. The Project Manager was on site every day which we found very reassuring. All completion paperwork very comprehensive and handed over promptly. I have no doubt that we will use their services again in the future."
Alan Baxter, Sub Contractor Manager, Key FM
"Put very simply CDM Scotland provided a competitive quote, worked well within the required timeframe and overall delivered a professional service that met Glasgow Golf Club’s needs. Glasgow Golf Club would have no hesitation in recommending CDM Scotland to any potential clients."
John A Caven, General Manager, Glasgow Golf Club