Our team ensures that all asbestos audits conducted provide you with high-quality asbestos registers and management plans that are simple and easy to understand.
The following general guidelines will give you some insight into the compliance and level of detail required for asbestos registers in NSW. You should seek specific advice for your property.
An asbestos register is not required for a workplace if:
- the workplace is a building that was constructed after 31 December 2003, and
- no asbestos has been identified in the workplace, and
- no asbestos is likely to be present at the workplace from time to time.
The asbestos register must:
- record any asbestos that has been identified or is assumed to be present at the workplace
- record the date when the asbestos was identified
- record the location, type and condition of the asbestos
- be maintained to ensure up-to-date information
- state if no asbestos has been identified
- be given to the employer or business (or other PCBU) when there is a change of management or controller of the workplace.
- Asbestos must be labelled, where possible. For example, a label can be placed in the electrical meter box indicating that the building contains asbestos and the location of the register.
We conduct exemplary asbestos audits to provide you with high-quality asbestos registers that include colour coded quick guide assessment summaries. Also provided are management plans, specific to the conditions surveyed in the register. GAA’s licensed asbestos assessors will ensure your New South Wales property is and remains compliant with current and new Work Safe regulations in NSW.
See our sections included in our asbestos register and management plans below..
Full WHS Compliance
NATA Laboratory reports