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Asbestos Surveyor

Our client have many buildings for which they are responsible for Asbestos Management. The portfolio of properties is varied and in order to manage effectively our client wish to update Asbestos Management Surveys.
Multiple positions available for 12 - 18 month FTC across the Somerset, Wiltshire, Berksire and Devon and Cornwall regions.
Client Details
Our client are a large property and housing business who operate nationally. Currently looking to recruit a team of Asbestos Surveyors in Somerset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Hampshire and Midlands. This role will be based in Bristol.
The key remit of the Asbestos Surveyors will be to conduct suitable and sufficient Asbestos Management Surveys as part of a defined project. In some cases, it may be necessary to complete a Refurbishment and Demolition Survey to facilitate future works, but this will be under the direction of the Project Lead and will require approval. The remit will consist of:

  • To undertake asbestos management surveys to a defined programme.
  • Carry out detailed inspections of buildings to identify asbestos containing materials, including residues of previous asbestos removal activities.
  • To take bulk samples as required in accordance with HSG264, accurately labelled and with detailed notes. Make good as appropriate.
  • Be up to date with asbestos legislation, guidance and industry best practice including a knowledge of UKAS accreditation and quality managements arrangements.
  • Work in a professional manner within the healthcare premises being mindful that areas of the building will be in use providing care to patients and access to visitors.
  • To complete full and thorough management surveys of buildings as required in the project plan.
  • To produce accurate, clear and concise documentation relating to buildings and sample locations.
  • Accurately record sample information onto sample bags.
  • Ensure all areas and asbestos containing materials are photographed.
  • Produce accurate electronic site plans, where necessary and accurately record all sample locations and material extent onto final plans.
  • To have the skills to operate in areas which are required for the delivery of clinical services.
  • Have a professional approach and be mindful of occupants in adjacent areas.
  • Work closely with the Facilities Co-ordinator / manager to ensure that every area of the building is covered and recorded on the survey.
  • To produce accurate survey documents for all buildings.
  • To complete risk profiles of buildings based on the material score and access requirements.Work closely with the National Lead (Asbestos
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    Asbestos Surveyor

    South West England, UK

    Published on 9 Nov 2019