Our professional Asbestos Assessors conduct exemplary asbestos audits to provide you with high-quality asbestos registers and management plans that are simple and easy for anyone to read. GAA’s licensed asbestos assessors will make sure your South Australian property is compliant with South Australia Work Safety regulations.
Workplace Health and Safety Regulations and Codes of Practice in South Australia
In South Australia, the Work Health and Safety Act of 2012, along with the Work Health and Safety Regulations of 2012, serve as pivotal components of the legal framework governing the identification, risk mitigation, and removal of asbestos and asbestos-containing materials (ACM). These regulations set forth essential mandatory standards that must be adhered to.
Among the most pertinent resources within this framework are:
- The model Code of Practice issued by SafeWork Australia, titled “How to Manage and Control Asbestos in the Workplace,” dated December 2011.
- The model Code of Practice, also published by SafeWork Australia, titled “How to Safely Remove Asbestos,” dated December 2011.
- SafeWork Australia’s Guidelines, which provide valuable insights into the interpretation of Workplace Exposure Standards for Airborne Contaminants, were published in April 2013.
These regulations and guidelines collectively establish a robust foundation for ensuring the safe management, control, and removal of asbestos within workplaces in South Australia. Compliance with these standards is essential to uphold the health and safety of workers and the broader community.
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Below is an overview of information on the sections included in our asbestos register and management plans.
Full WHS Compliance
NATA Laboratory reports