Helping you ensure you follow regulations and identify the level of risk posed by asbestos
What is an Asbestos Reinspection?
The Control of Asbestos Regulations (CAR) 2012 requires that if you have any previously identified or presumed asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) within your premises, you have a legal duty to manage the risk and monitor the condition of any remaining asbestos
Asbestos reinspections should generally be completed annually. However, depending on the type, extent, condition, and location of the asbestos, those deemed high-risk materials or those more likely to be disturbed may need to be re-inspected more frequently. The reinspection is a material assessment of the ACM’s condition to confirm if it has deteriorated or been damaged since its original identification and now could, crucially, pose a greater risk to health.
Why choose Sircle?
An asbestos reinspection from Sircle ensures you follow regulations and identifies the level of risk posed by each asbestos-containing material.
As part of our controlled regular asbestos management programme, our surveyors can re-inspect any previously surveyed property and update the information held on the asbestos register. As we do not offer remediation services, we’re able to provide our customers with completely unbiased assessments, ensuring you keep and distribute up to date and accurate information on the condition of your asbestos materials.
“Sircle were very supportive throughout the project and also supported us with advice and feedback during the re-inspections. They issue us live updates of relevant information and a full excel report to help us understand the data and this helps us plan any remedial works. Sircle have always achieved the project within timescale and continue to be available for support even after the project has ended.”