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Hatch Consultancy - Specialising in Asbestos Management in the South West
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Asbestos management requirements for communal areas - Since the introduction of the Control of Asbestos Regulations there is a duty to manage the risk from asbestos in all non-domestic premises. The catch here is that this does not exclude communal areas of shared residential properties.
If you are the managing agent of residential flats then you are required to manage the risk of asbestos in all communal areas – this typically includes halls, stairwells and any other shared space. In order to manage these risks it is typically required to carry out an asbestos management survey.
In addition if you are a private owner of a flat when you want to sell your property the solicitors will request a copy of the asbestos register for the communal areas of the property.
If you are a managing agent or a private owner of a flat in Devon or Cornwall and you would like to find out more information about your legal requirements then please contact Hatch Consultancy and we would be happy to provide you with a free quotation. Hatch Consultancy are a small local company based near Plymouth, Devon.
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Hatch Consultancy helps a leading care home provider in Torquay, Devon to become compliant with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
Many building occupiers are still unaware of the requirement to manage the risk of asbestos within their premises resulting in regular uncontrolled exposure to asbestos fibres.
Hatch Consultancy are able to provide an unbiased review of the duty holders compliance with the current asbestos regulations and are able to offer asbestos re-inspections, asbestos management surveys and asbestos management plans throughout Devon and Cornwall at extremely competitive rates.
For more information please visit us at www.hatchconsultancy.co.uk
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A club owner in Northumberland was fined hundreds for exposing workers to asbestos by failing to undertake a survey but charged thousands for the cost of the HSE investigation. Read the full article at Hatch Consultancy.
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Oxford based roofing company receive £20k fine for disturbing asbestos insulation board. Read more at Hatch Consultancy
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Companies fined for not undertaking a refurbishment and demolition asbestos survey - a requirement under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. Read more at Hatch Consultancy...
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Charitable trust fined for failing to undertake an asbestos refurbishment and demolition survey and for failing to pass on asbestos information to a contractor. Read more at Hatch Consultancy.
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HSE fines company for not putting into place an asbestos management plan or adequately controlling the risks from asbestos. Read more at Hatch consultancy;
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A cinema director has been fined for undertaking works without carrying out a refurbishment and demolition survey prior to demolition and then engaging members of the public to assist with removing the debris from the demolition! Read more at Hatch Consultancy;
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Hatch Consultancy, a specialist asbestos management consultancy providing asbestos testing, asbestos surveys and asbestos consultancy services throughout Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset are celebrating the end of their second year of trading in the South West.
The company, which is run by Chris Pearce who has over 20 years experience in the asbestos consultancy industry, prides itself on providing a professional asbestos service at highly competitive rates.
Chris says “I am delighted with the progress the company has made over the last 2 years – we have established a large client list, undertaking asbestos management surveys and asbestos refurbishment and demolition surveys for councils, architects, churches, construction companies and individuals. I believe we offer a realistic alternative to larger ,more established asbestos companies as we are able to offer a more personal and professional service at considerably lower costs.”
For more information or for asbestos related queries, please contact Hatch Consultancy at www.hatchconsultancy.co.uk.
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Landlord receives large fine for failing to manage asbestos and exposing tenants to asbestos during removal works. Read more at Hatch Consultancy.
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