Asbestos in Schools
This is the 2nd part of our series of Informative articles about Asbestos in Schools.

Introduction to Asbestos in Schools
Your Legal Responsibilities
Planned Demolition, Refurbishment or Maintenance Work
The 3 Types of Asbestos Surveys
Planning Asbestos Removal
Identifying the Correct Scope of Work

Asbestos in Schools

Your Legal Responsibilities

If your school contains asbestos then you must have an accurate management plan that lists the locations and condition of all asbestos containing materials. The risk is measured with a series of assessments including the material, condition and priority then combined using an algorithm scoring system. The higher the score the bigger the risk of asbestos exposure which will determine the remedial actions required to make the material safe. The purpose of the management plan is to identify asbestos that may be disturbed through general maintenance tasks or refurbishment work. It is unacceptable to work in an environment that places a risk of exposure to asbestos. The asbestos management plan must be readily available to all parties at any time including the emergency services.

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