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Guidance for Licence Holders

General guidance aimed at asbestos licence holders, but which may well be of interest to others

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Notes on how to complete the ASB1 Asbestos Licence Application Form.
11 months ago
1 year ago
Advice on asbestos flash guards
This post is to clarify the licensing position regarding flash guards, following queries to HSE
2 years ago
Integrity of Flues
Advice for Licensed Asbestos Removal Contractors on the integrity of flues
2 years ago
ASB4 Form November 2015
Sample of a blank ASB4 Asbestos Licence Assessment Form - this is the form which is used by HSE to record discussions at an asbestos licence assessment meeting - it shows the kind of questions prospective licence holders and those renewing their licence may be asked at assessment.
2 years ago
Timeframe for asbestos licence application and assessment
An outline of the licence application process and a reminder that the licence assessment fee needs to be paid in good time to allow the assessment and other processes to be completed before the current licence expires.
3 years ago
Phantom Vision Front Split Bulletin English service
Split to Front Fitting of Phantom Vision Mask: Scott Safety Technical Bulletin
3 years ago
ALU policy on changes to asbestos licences
Reminder of ALU policy on proposed changes to asbestos licences, such as change of company structure, address, contact details etc.
3 years ago
This document outlines ALU policy for a number of changes to asbestos licences for example, when changing names, or legal entity.
3 years ago
The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012
This publication contains the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) and guidance text. Two ACOPs, L127 (The management of asbestos in non-domestic premises) and L143 (Work with materials containing asbestos) have been consolidated into this single revised ACOP. The presentation and language has been updated wherever possible. It provides guidance text for employers about work which disturbs, or is likely to disturb, asbestos, asbestos sampling and laboratory analysis. It also provides guidance on the specific duty to manage asbestos on the owners and/or those responsible for maintenance in non-domestic premises. The Regulations set out your legal duties and the ACOP and guidance give practical advice on how to comply with those requirements. The Regulations give minimum standards for protecting employees from risks associated with exposure to asbestos.
3 years ago