A survey is only the first step, an AMP will move you closer to full compliance
What is an Asbestos Management Plan and What Should it Include?
When you are responsible for managing a property or properties and are termed the Duty Holder, as part of satisfying Regulation 4 (duty to manage) an Asbestos Management Plan is required; but if you don’t have the relevant experience, it can feel like a daunting task.
The good news is; with a little help from you we can write a client specific one for you.
Asbestos Management Plans (AMP) provide details of how the Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) within buildings, identified or presumed, are to be managed after an Asbestos Survey has been undertaken. The AMP should include:
- Strategy for Compliance
- Details of Asbestos Register(s)
- Personnel and Their Responsibilities
- Re-inspection and Monitoring Arrangements
- Training Arrangements
- Implementation of Asbestos Procedures
- Communication Arrangements
- Monitoring and Reviewing the Asbestos Management Plan
- Emergency Procedures
An Asbestos Policy should be in place to partner your AMP which are your day to day procedures. The Policy will be a brief but clearly documented stance that is maintained by good use of the AMP ensuring you continue to work strategically towards objectives and/or compliance. In short, the AMP will provide a comprehensive method of how a policy is to be carried out and define courses of action to meet planned objectives.
On submission of your details, we will review and let you know the cost for your AMP
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