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Asbestos Surveying 

Gloucester Asbestos Ltd can carry out asbestos management surveys, pre-refurbishment/demolition surveys, re-inspection surveys & our new targeted sampling survey which are all tailored to suit your personal requirements and in accordance with HSE guidance as described in: the survey guide (HSG264).

Gloucester, Cheltenham, Forest of dean, Lydney, Coleford, Cinderford, Stroud, Dursley, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, Newent, Ross-on-wye

Gloucester Asbestos  has a wide range of experience in carrying out asbestos surveys on all types of properties including residential, commercial and large industrial sites. We are able to confidently adapt to the requirements on any site and follow strict health and safety procedures at all times whether they are surveying a small private property or a large complex commercial site. Our surveyors have a wide and varied experience within the asbestos industry and are fully trained to the internationally recognised BOHS P402 & BOHS P405 and have now become accredited members by the BOHS (British Occupation Hygiene Society).

Contact the team to discuss your requirements

Survey Types

There are four different types of asbestos survey that we can carry out as well as compliance re-inspections:

Asbestos Management Survey - Its purpose is to locate, as far as reasonably practicable, the presence and extent of any suspect ACMs in the building, this survey is the minimum required to ensure that Regulation 4 of the duty to manage asbestos in a non-domestic building is correctly followed.

Refurbishment Asbestos Survey - Prior to refurbishment work being carried out, a refurbishment and demolition survey must be completed.

Demolition Asbestos Survey - Prior to demolition work being carried out, a refurbishment and demolition survey must be completed.

Targeted Sampling Survey - These surveys are the most basic survey we offer and would benefit home buyers who require samples taken of suspect material and a brief document being created.

Asbestos Re-inspection Services - Once ACMs have been identified, it is the duty holder's responsibility to inspect these items (at least annually) and create a Management Plan.



All asbestos surveys will do three things:

  1. Locate and record the locations, extent and product type of any presumed or known ACMs, as far as is reasonably practicable

  2. Inspect and record information on the accessibility, condition and surface treatment of any presumed or known ACM

  3. Determine and record the asbestos type, either by sampling and analysis or by making presumptions based on product type and appearance, etc

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