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When was your last Asbestos Audit?

Posted by Petrina Abbott on 5 January 2022

Welcome to 2022. Now that we are back in the office, it might be a time to review your workplace asbestos register. A task often overlooked in busy and constantly changing work environments.

According to WorkSafe Victoria Compliance code: Managing asbestos in workplaces 2019:

‘The asbestos register must be reviewed and, if necessary, revised at least every five years (even if there have been no changes to any asbestos at the workplace).’

So, if your last asbestos audit was conducted before 2018, HAZCON is here to help! HAZCONs friendly fully vaccinated auditing team can:

  • Re-inspect, review and evaluate all asbestos containing materials identified on site.
  •  Revise your current asbestos register, to capture changes in material condition, recommended controls and removal works. All HAZCONs electronic registers are provided fully accessible, allowing you to manage you own asbestos records between audits.
  • Collect material samples of suspected asbestos products, either not captured or uncovered since the previous audit. HAZCON conducts all sample analysis in house at our NATA accredited asbestos laboratory (Accreditation No. 13234), resulting in quick and efficient turn-a-round times.
  •  Don’t have a register and/or Asbestos Management Plan (AMP)? HAZCON can developed a compressive and functional asbestos register from scratch, compliant with Division 5, Part 4.4 of the Occupational Health & Safety Regulations 2017.

Since 1994, HAZCON has been committed to offering quality HSE and training services to our clients.

HAZCON has earned an excellent reputation from clients based Australia wide in business, industry and government as a provider of quality, professional HSE consultant and training services. The point of difference is our people, our knowledge and our experience.

Author:Petrina Abbott


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