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Asbestos was widely used as a building material and especially for fireproofing and insulation in buildings built between 1950 and the mid 1980’s. Any building built before 2000 can contain asbestos.
The HSE have announced that from September 2022 they will be carrying out inspections at primary and secondary schools. They have confirmed that the inspections will be assessing how schools are managing the risks from asbestos within the school to make sure they are meeting their duty to manage requirements under Regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.
Responsibility for managing the risks falls to those responsible for maintenance or repair of the premises. This is usually the employer.
Schools have been advised to review their current practices to make sure they are meeting the requirements. In particular they are required to:
Should you suffer an accident at work or develop an illness due to exposure to asbestos, chemical or allergen at work, please feel free to contact our Personal Injury team who have over 30 years’ experience of helping people recover compensation on 01270 762325 or PI@poolealcock.co.uk. We are happy to help.
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