If a building contains asbestos, a management plan must be in place to ensure that everyone using the building is protected against exposure to it. To assess such risks the asbestos must be located and its condition identified so that anyone who may have to work on, or near, the asbestos can understand where it is. The record of the asbestos present on the site is called the asbestos register.
This topic outlines how to develop and maintain this legally required information, including what information is required, how it should be formatted so that it is easy to understand by those who need access to it and how to ensure it is kept up to date.
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