Re-Inspection Asbestos Survey
A Re-Inspection survey, also referred to as an annual asbestos re-inspection survey, is required to monitor and record the condition of any previously identified ACM’s within a building.
Like any other material, ACM’s are also open to the possibility of degradation and damage and so to comply with regulations, any asbestos products should be re-inspected and it’s conditions monitored every 12 months.
The purpose of a re-inspection survey is to assess the condition of previously identified asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) and update the asbestos management plan. It ensures ongoing compliance and effective asbestos management.
Re-inspection surveys are necessary periodically, typically every 6 to 12 months, or as recommended by asbestos regulations. The frequency depends on factors like ACM condition, usage, and potential risks.
What does a re-inspection survey involve and what are the benefits of regular re-inspections for asbestos?
A re-inspection survey involves visually inspecting known or suspected ACMs, assessing their condition, and updating the asbestos management plan accordingly. Regular re-inspections ensure continued compliance, early detection of deterioration, and prompt action to minimize risks.
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