For any business activities conducted within a facility constructed before December 31, 2003, it is imperative to undergo an inspection by a certified asbestos assessor.
The objective of this health directive is to establish an Asbestos Register and Management Plan, which must be maintained on-site and accessible for a minimum of 30 years, irrespective of whether any asbestos presence is confirmed at the location.
If you are considering leasing, selling, or commencing operations within a commercial property constructed prior to 2004, it is essential to arrange for an asbestos inspection of the premises. This precautionary measure is vital to ensure the safety and compliance of your business activities within the facility.
Global Asbestos Audits offers dedicated Asbestos Audit and Asbestos Management teams specifically tailored to cater to the Maritime Industry.
Vessels and offshore structures, whether visiting or engaged in operations within Australian Territorial Waters, are subject to stringent legislative requirements. This entails that every element of the vessel or structure must undergo inspection conducted by an authorised Australian company.
Global Asbestos Audits (GAA) has played a pivotal role in assisting local councils and government bodies in fulfilling their national obligations for asbestos management. GAA offers specialised survey teams that are capable of conducting comprehensive asbestos audits across multiple properties.
GAA can deploy dedicated survey teams to conduct extensive asbestos audits encompassing multiple buildings or structures. To expedite the auditing process, GAA utilises its proprietary onsite data recording software, enabling rapid and efficient asbestos report generation. This technological enhancement enables us to convey valuable information in a timely and practical manner.
The availability of a comprehensive Asbestos Register and Management Plan will not only enhance the safety of your rural operation but also position it well beyond the minimum requirements stipulated by workplace health and safety regulations, thus mitigating the risk of potential legal disputes.
At GAA, our commitment to ensuring asbestos compliance with evolving workplace legislation spans across Australia. Our asbestos reporting services have earned recognition and requests from government entities, including the Department of Health and the Department of Environment and Conservation.
Offering an exhaustive Asbestos Register and Management Plan ensures that Mining Safety Management not only meets but surpasses the stipulated WHS regulation requirements, thereby minimising the risk of potential legal disputes.
Global Asbestos Audit stands as Australia’s foremost specialist in Asbestos Auditing. We are committed to providing a comprehensive range of services, including:
- Asbestos Audits
- Asbestos Registers and Management Plans
- Indoor Air Quality Assessment
- Re-Occupation Certificates
- Staff Training
- Asbestos Health, Safety, and Compliance Solutions