Element is an industry-leading UKAS accredited provider of asbestos project management services, including management surveys, project plans, and asbestos removal management. We use our in-depth experience to help clients save time and money by avoiding costly obstacles.

Element has vast experience working alongside asbestos removal contractors providing independent project management for asbestos removal. We work on-site alongside our customers and other parties to ensure the safety of everyone throughout the entire asbestos removal process. We have experience working on a variety of removal projects, Asbestos Testing and Sampling, and Asbestos Advisory Services, we offer the experience to foresee potential obstacles before they obstruct operations, saving our clients time and money.


Asbestos management surveys

After looking at your gap analysis, the purpose of a management survey is to locate, identify and assess the condition of any suspect asbestos-containing materials which could be damaged or disturbed so that they can be effectively managed.

The information can then be used by the Duty Holder to manage risk in accordance with the 'Duty to Manage Asbestos' requirements of Regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.

Asbestos management plan

Following the asbestos management survey, we can help create or update your asbestos management plan. This plan will include the current status of your property and guide how to manage asbestos at this property, setting out timescales, standards, and measurements to outline how you can reach and maintain compliance.


Asbestos removal management

Our experienced senior asbestos consultants with BOHS (British Occupational Hygiene Society) modules P403 & P404, are experts in writing detailed technical specifications for the safe removal of Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs). 

We support you in scoping out the full project requirements, including sourcing multiple contractor bids and liaising with contractors, reviewing risk assessments, method statements, training records, safety certification, and conducting asbestos air testing. Regardless of complexities, we ensure everything is completed in accordance with regulations.

Upon completion of licensed asbestos remedial works, a four-stage clearance procedure will be undertaken: 

  1. A preliminary check of the site condition and job completeness
  2. A thorough visual inspection of the work area
  3. Clearance air monitoring 
  4. Final assessment and work area dismantling


The Element advantage

We have a large team of highly experienced and BOHS-qualified asbestos consultants throughout a network of locations across the UK, Europe, and the Middle East. As a UKAS Accredited ISO 17020 for Management Surveys and ISO 17025 for Air Monitoring and analytical services, we provide a professional, friendly advisory service to ensure all work is in accordance with HSG 248. We are your one-stop shop providing high-quality service and value for money.

Find out more about how we can help you with your asbestos project management, contact our experts today.

Video: Learn more about our asbestos project management services 

Watch our asbestos expert Ross Heeley provide an overview of our project management services and explain how we work closely with customers to design detailed asbestos remediation plans.


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