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Operating Your Hazard Management Plan

Continued utilisation of the Asbestos Register forms the cornerstone of an effective Hazard Management Plan for asbestos-related safety. To ensure comprehensive protection and compliance, the following ongoing tasks are vital:

  • Occupant Awareness: It is imperative to actively educate and inform all occupants within the premises about the presence and significance of the Asbestos Register. This entails implementing clear communication strategies to ensure that individuals are not only aware of its existence but also understand its relevance in maintaining a safe environment.
  • Accessibility for Employees and Contractors: The Asbestos Register should be easily accessible to all employees and contractors who may work or are mandated to work in proximity to asbestos-containing products. This accessibility ensures that individuals potentially exposed to asbestos have immediate access to critical information, empowering them to make informed decisions regarding their safety.
  • Asbestos Awareness Training for Workers: Workers intending to embark on tasks involving asbestos-containing products must receive comprehensive asbestos awareness training. This training encompasses a spectrum of crucial aspects, including safe practices when working near asbestos, handling maintenance tasks, and responding effectively to asbestos-related emergencies. Such training is indispensable in reducing risks associated with asbestos exposure.
  • Collective Responsibility for Register Maintenance: Maintaining the accuracy and completeness of the Asbestos Register is a shared responsibility. All workers and administrators bear the collective duty of ensuring that the register is diligently updated with relevant information following each asbestos-related event or development.
  • Stringent Record Keeping: Adherence to rigorous record-keeping practices is imperative. All asbestos-related activities should be meticulously documented and preserved for an extensive 30-year period from the date of the last entry in the register. These comprehensive records serve as a critical resource for compliance verification and serve as a historical reference for asbestos management.

In essence, these ongoing tasks collectively reinforce the significance of the Asbestos Register in asbestos hazard management, fostering a proactive approach to safety and ensuring the well-being of all individuals within the affected environment while remaining compliant with regulatory requirements.

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