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AUTUMN 2017 · ISSUE 98

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CSCS CARDS

Operative cards available from ARCA

CAR 2012

Summary of Post Implementation Review

ASBESTOS SURVEYS

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ARCA Contact Details

Asbestos Removal Contractors Association, Unit 1 Stretton Business Park 2, Brunel Drive, Stretton, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire DE13 0BY T: 01283 566467 F: 01283 505770 E: info@arca.org.uk W: www.arca.org.uk and www.atac.org.uk

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Editorial & Advertising Contacts

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Editorial Sarah Haslam, ARCA Email: sarah.haslam@arca.org.uk 01283 566467 ext 215

diary dates

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asbestos in the news

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Advertising Details & Media Information Sarah Haslam, ARCA Email: sarah.haslam@arca.org.uk 01283 566467 ext 215

arca services

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CAR 2012 review

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Production Stocks Design 0116 259 7264

asbestos surveys

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rsph qualifications

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audit results

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guidance note

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member news

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training news

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training & qualifications

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arca member list

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atac member list

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associate member list

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Subscription Details Sue Goodwin, ARCA Email: sue.goodwin@arca.org.uk 01283 566467 ext 202 ARCA News is published by Asbestos Removal Contractors Association Limited. Reproduction in part or whole of any item may only be undertaken with the prior written agreement of the Editor or ARCA. Opinions, comments, reviews and articles included in ARCA News are not necessarily those of the Association and no warranty for goods and services described or advertised is implied. Contributions are included in part or in whole at the sole discretion of the Association. Advertising Contributors page 2 G J Bowmer SMH pages 11 & 32 Mick George Environmental Ltd page 12 page 17 Howden Insurance Thermac pages 18 & 19 Miles Smith page 22 Windsor Waste page 24 Asbestech page 25 page 29 Biffa Waste Services Erith page 30 Hazardous Materials Expo page 33 Empire Tapes page 34 Shield Environmental Services page 35 page 36 Fiberlock Technologies page 37 Foxhall Environmental Acumen Waste Services page 40 Scott Safety page 41 Teams page 42 page 60 DKF Recruitment

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chief executives comment

ARCA continues to develop membership benefits – CSCS Card and Audit Schemes

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am pleased to report that ARCA is now an official partner for the CSCS card scheme, so is now issuing CSCS cards for asbestos removal operatives under the Asbestos Removal Management Institute (ARMI) scheme. ARCA began issuing cards on the 30th August 2017, and a steady flow of applications is now being received.

Welcome to Issue 98 of ARCA News. All Member companies can submit news articles for inclusion in the publication and all articles will be considered. Please contact the ARCA News Editor at the address below. Sarah Haslam, ARCA News Editor, sarah.haslam@arca.org.uk ARCA, Unit 1 Stretton Business Park 2, Brunel Drive, Stretton, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire DE13 0BY www.arca.org.uk and www.atac.org.uk

Our Mission To give the best service and support to assist ARCA members and customers in providing safe, effective and ethical management of asbestos, thereby safeguarding the public.

Our Vision w To drive professionalism forward throughout the industry by recognising and valuing effective leadership and management w To provide a platform to promote our members w To become the single most sought after resource for advice relating to asbestos management w To provide safeguards for our members, their clients and ultimately the public by providing timely and effective communication relating to the management of asbestos

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A meeting was held on the 16th August with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) to discuss the card requirements for Asbestos Supervisors, Asbestos Managers, Analysts and Surveyors. The requirements for Asbestos Supervisors were agreed and ARCA is now developing an NVQ qualification to meet these requirements. The Analyst and Surveyor cards were agreed in principle and these should be available from ATaC shortly. The requirements for Asbestos Managers’ cards were referred to Build UK, as no agreement could be reached at the meeting. We will communicate the requirements to members as soon as there is confirmation One of the Associations’ aims this year was to move to only using our own directly-employed auditors to carry out ARCA site audits. As reported in the last issue of ARCA News a full-time auditor for the south of the country was appointed by ARCA in June this year. As a result, all of the ARCA audits conducted in July and August this year were carried out by ARCA directly employed staff. It is the Association’s opinion that by exclusively using directly employed staff, we can better manage the process and the people involved, leading to better performance and more consistent audit decisions. To date approximately 200 ARCA site audits have been carried out using the electronic auditing app. Several bugs have been identified in the app which the software company is now working to correct. We want to be sure that the app is working correctly and has been fully tested before releasing it to members. The goal is to have the app (reference page 6) ready to launch to members in November. ARCA will

be showcasing the app and explaining how members can sign up to use it at the November round of regional meetings. I was delighted to accept the invitation from The European Asbestos Forum (EAF) to give the Keynote Speech at the third international Conference of the annual European Asbestos Forum Foundation. This will take place on 26th September 2017 in London. The European Asbestos Forum aims to improve international professional networks and the exchange of the best knowledge regarding all matters related to asbestos across sectors and borders. The conference will feature a multidisciplinary program with over twenty speakers and specialists of global repute from many different countries and several continents. Also on the 27th and 28th September, ARCA and ATaC will be exhibiting at the second Contamination Expo Series at the ExCel London, and speaking on safe asbestos management and removal (reference pages 5 and 8). I look forward to seeing as many members as possible at the ARCA Annual General Meeting on the 6th October, which this year is being held at Lords Cricket ground. Archie Mitchell, Head of the HSE’s Asbestos Licensing Unit will once again be delivering the keynote speech at the event. The meeting will be followed by a luncheon in the afternoon giving a chance for AGM attendees to socialise and catch up with old friends. Dennis Taylor, former snooker world champion, will be providing the after-dinner speech to entertain those present and bring the event to a close.

Steve Sadley Chief Executive


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Operatives gain NVQ and CSCS cards via ARCA A

sbestos removal operatives, Dale Orme and Adam Parr, of LAR Ltd, recently completed their NVQ Level 2 Diploma

via the On-Site Assessment and Training (OSAT) option of assessment. “The OSAT assessment suited both Adam and Dale, they soon felt comfortable in the assessment environment and provided good, solid evidence across a number of procedures and processes,” commented Satish Patel, Training Manager for ARCA. “I must add that it was a pleasure to assess both these candidates.” On receiving NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Removal of Hazardous Waste (Construction) – Licensed Asbestos Removal certificates, LAR applied to ARCA for blue skilled worker CSCS cards (under the ARMI Skills Card Scheme) for the operatives. “It’s great that ARCA is now issuing CSCS cards, as it makes the whole process of gaining an NVQ and applying for a CSCS card virtually seamless,” stated Steve Hannah. Development Director of LAR Ltd. “Once the NVQ certificates were received the card application was processed efficiently.” To read more on the ARCA ARMI Skills Card Scheme and to download an application form for an asbestos removal operative CSCS card please visit www.arca.org.uk/cscs-cards

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s a partner of the Contamination Expo Series, ARCA will be supporting the event by exhibiting in the Hazardous Material section (stand C6172) and speaking to highlight the safe removal of asbestos. The seminar, ‘Asbestos Removal Reassurance of Good Risk management’ is highly recommended for commercial property owners, facility managers, construction managers and health & safety professionals, as Steve Sadley, Chief Executive of ARCA, will discuss clients’ legal responsibilities, including the duty to ensure they appoint competent contractors (CDM 2015 regulations), and how ARCA provides a system of reassurance.

Members benefit from ARCA additional audits Bookings increase by nearly 90%

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RCA has seen a significant increase in bookings for additional site audits as members see benefits to business management. For the first seven months of this year the Association has seen an increase of nearly 90% in additional audit bookings compared to the same period last year. ARCA site audits are widely acknowledged within the licensed asbestos industry as covering all legal requirements, as well as promoting good practices, and members need to pass two ‘unannounced’ site audits each year to maintain membership. The audit criteria and assessment methods are well established and reflect a detailed consultation process with industry leaders, and form a solid base from which further evaluation is possible. Choosing ARCA to carry out additional audits provides the external audit portion of a member’s full audit programme. By doing so, information from the required audits is coupled with information from additional audits, so there is consistency across all reports, therefore delivering a stronger management tool. “Launching unannounced audits in January has received very positive feedback from members and end-clients,” commented Steve Sadley, Chief Executive of ARCA. “The increase in additional audit bookings reinforces the strength and creditability of our audits.” To find out more about ARCA additional site audits visit www. arca.org.uk/asbestos-removal-contractors-association-additionalaudits

Wednesday 27th September at 16:15 in Keynote Theatre 2 D

ON’T ASBESTOS REMOVAL – MISS REASSURANCE OF GOOD RISK MANAGEMENT Clients have the legal responsibility to ensure they appoint competent contractors. Is the contractor a member of “an established professional institution or body” and “do these bodies have arrangements in place which provide some reassurance that health and safety is part of the route to membership of their profession”? [Guidance on CDM 2015 HSE ref 153] This seminar will discuss legal requirements and how ARCA provides a system of reassurance.

Pre-order your FREE event tickets at www.hazardousmaterialexpo.com

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ARCA introduced unannounced audits to the industry ... 8 months on In January 2017 ARCA initiated ‘unannounced’ site audits to make the Association’s member site audit scheme an even stronger system of reassurance.

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RCA has been operating a membership audit scheme for sixteen years, which requires two satisfactory site audits each year for a contractor to join and to maintain membership. This initiative means that, for both annual site audits, a member has no prior warning of when or where an auditor would be assessing their work. After 8 months ...

Members Members have embraced unannounced audits as being a more robust method of monitoring their performance, therefore a stronger management tool for them, and a very positive move for the industry. Before all ARCA site audits became unannounced, there were some members who treated them in a similar way, as managers would not inform site staff of a pending audit – so for these not a lot has changed.

End-Clients End-client response has been extremely positive, welcoming ARCA auditors onto site. In fact, a number of major end-clients have given ARCA auditors an open invitation to any of their sites when required, and have assisted with site access.

The Association initiated unannounced audits to support consistent high standards and to make the ARCA site audits an even stronger system of reassurance for all parties.

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RCA is currently finalising the adaption of its Site Audit App for use by ARCA members for their own internal audits. Common practice is for audit programmes to be an effective mix of both internal and external audits, but often these two elements can be far apart from each other in terms of what is audited, limiting the scope of analysing the audit results collectively. By using the App members will be able to use the same question set as the ARCA audit, enabling direct comparisons of external and internal audit results, and compilation of all of the audits for statistical analysis, so creating a stronger management tool. The App is a web and remote device based application that enables auditors to audit using one of the following handheld platforms: Apple

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iOS (iPhones/iPads), most Android (Phones/ Tablets), Kindle Fire and Windows tablets. The App is user friendly, incorporates guidance with each audit question and can be used on sites even with no internet connection. Whenever the ARCA Site Audit App is updated to reflect industry and legislative changes, the Member App will be updated automatically. Management is enhanced as results can be displayed graphically to assist analysis and action reports are easily generated. Also, it is recognised that an automated

process of collecting audit data is a more efficient way of using auditors’ time, allowing them to spend more time on conducting audits and less time on administrative tasks. ARCA will be presenting the Member App at the forthcoming ARCA member regional meetings (see schedule on page 9), giving an overview of the App’s capabilities, report generation, conditions of use and more! Don’t miss this exciting new member benefit … see you at a regional meeting in November


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ARCA now issuing CSCS cards for Asbestos Removal Operatives Red and Blue cards now available through the Association

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removal operative (blue skilled worker) cards. To apply for an ARCA ARMI Skills Card applicants will need to prove they have the training, qualifications and experience required for that particular card. “I’m delighted, that following a successful compliance audit, we now have all systems in place to accept applications and issue all types of asbestos removal operative CSCS cards, under the ARMI Skills Card Scheme,” commented Steve Sadley, Chief Executive of ARCA. “We will continue to work with ARMI, so ARCA can offer cards for other occupations, such as asbestos removal supervisors, when requirements are agreed with the Standard Setting Body (CITB).”

RCA is pleased to announce that asbestos removal operatives can now obtain both temporary red cards and blue skilled worker cards from the Association, as it is operating the ARMI Skills Card Scheme under licence from CSCS. The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) set the specification for industry card schemes carrying the CSCS logo, under which the ARMI Skills Card Scheme was approved as a nationally recognised scheme, enabling the use of the CSCS logo. Following this ARCA successfully completed an audit, confirming compliance with the CLC requirements. ARCA is now accepting applications, from employers and individual operatives, for temporary (red) cards and 5-year asbestos

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All cards issued by ARCA use smart technology and contain an electronic chip. This can be used to check the identity of the card holder and, for example, when ARCA updates a card holders’ record with ‘successfully completed operative annual refresher’ this will automatically update the chip in the card. To read more on the ARCA ARMI Skills Card Scheme and to download an application form for an asbestos removal operative card please visit www.arca.org.uk or call ARCA on 01283 566467.

Requirements

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Less than 3 years’ experience in the industry Valid (i.e. issued within the last 12 months) ACAD/ARCA/IATP UKATA New Asbestos Operative / Asbestos Operative Refresher certificate (copy of certificate to be provided with application) Completed a CITB HS&E test or CCNSG Safety Passport within the last 2 years

No Operative must have achieved NVQ Level 2* to apply for the Blue Asbestos Operative Card.

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More than 3 years’ experience in the industry Valid (i.e. issued within the last 12 months) ACAD/ARCA/IATP UKATA Asbestos Operative Refresher certificate Registration on NVQ Level 2* Completed a CITB HS&E test or CCNSG Safety Passport within the last 2 years

No Operative must have achieved NVQ Level 2* to apply for the Blue Asbestos Operative Card.

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Registration on an approved apprenticeship programme Valid (i.e. issued within the last 12 months) ACAD/ARCA/IATP UKATA New Asbestos Operative / Asbestos Operative Refresher certificate (copy of certificate to be provided with application) Completed a CITB HS&E test or CCNSG Safety Passport within the last 2 years

No Operative must have achieved NVQ Level 2* to apply for the Blue Asbestos Operative Card.

• NVQ Level 2* • Completed a CITB HS&E test or CCNSG Safety Passport within the last 2 years

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Yes Operative can renew card with a valid (i.e. issued within the last 12 months) ACAD/ARCA/IATP/UKATA Asbestos Operative Refresher certificate and have completed a CITB HS&E test or CCNSG Safety Passport within the last 2 years.

* Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Removal of Hazardous Waste (Construction) - Licensed Asbestos

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Analysts go through Full Decontamination with ATaC

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his summer a number of analysts have undertaken full decontamination while on the RSPH qualification with ATaC. In May, the Asbestos Testing and Consultancy Association (ATaC) announced that they would deliver full decontamination on the RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Air Monitoring and Clearance Procedures qualification. This was after the publication of the finding of the ‘Asbestos Analysts

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s a partner of the Contamination Expo Series, ATaC will be supporting the event by exhibiting in the Hazardous Material section (stand C7180) and speaking to highlight the safe management of asbestos. At the seminar Stephen Platkiw, the ATaC Manager, will highlight the legal responsibilities of all duty holders on managing the risks from asbestos in buildings, and why good coordination and cooperation between all parties is a must for an asbestos project to be managed effectively and safely.

Inspection Programme 2014/15’ commissioned by the HSE (Health and Safety Executive), which highlighted that some analysts’ decontamination procedures were poor. “It was very encouraging to see how quickly ATaC supported the industry following the report findings” stated Jonathan Francis, Managing Director of Riverside Environmental. “Through ATaC, analytical companies can now be confident that their staff receive thorough

training on the decontamination procedures, using a live decontamination unit.” ATaC offers the full range of RSPH asbestos qualifications, which are independently regulated by Ofqual. Full details are available at www.atac.org.uk.

Wednesday 27th September at 12:45 in Theatre 9 AND

Thursday 28th September at 14:15 in Theatre 13 ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT COMMUNICATION BETWEEN ALL PARTIES

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The law requires clients to make suitable arrangements for managing a project, and maintain and review these arrangements throughout the project, so managing the health and safety risks from asbestos. This seminar will look at CAR 2012 and CDM 2015, and the roles of the client, analyst and removal contractor, in relation to effective communications to ensure the responsibilities of all parties are met. Pre-order your FREE event tickets at www.hazardousmaterialexpo.com

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diary dates

diary dates ARCA Regional Meetings South West & Wales Regional Meeting

6th November 2017

The Almondsbury Interchange Hotel, Almondsbury, Bristol

Midlands Regional Meeting

7th November 2017

ARCA Offices, Stretton, Burton upon Trent, Staffs

North West Regional Meeting

8th November 2017

The Pennine Manor Hotel, Huddersfield

North East Regional Meeting

23rd November 2017

The Holiday Inn, Emerson, Washington

Scottish Regional Meeting

22nd November 2017

Motherwell Football Club

South East Regional Meeting

14th November 2017

The Thurrock Hotel, Thurrock, Essex

Republic of Ireland Regional Meeting

28th November 2017

The Citywest Hotel, Dublin

6th Oct 2017

Lords Cricket Ground, St John’s Wood, London

ARCA AGM ARCA Annual General Meeting

Social Events ARCA European Golf Tournament

29th Sept - 2nd Oct 2017 La Manga Club, Murcia, Spain

ARCA Gala Evening

25th Nov 2017

Oulton Hall, Leeds

EAF Conference

26th Sept 2017

Hilton Canary Wharf Hotel, London

Contamination Expo Series 2017

27th-28th Sept 2017

ExCeL, London

Industry Events

Step back in time to an era when speakeasies were the place to go and be seen, with a backdrop of smoky jazz and ladies in sparkly flapper dresses. Following a welcome reception, guests will enjoy a three-course dinner, after which a live band will entertain with an upbeat playlist. This Great Gatsby inspired evening will be held on Saturday 25 November at Oulton Hall, Leeds. For more information or to book a ticket ‌ call ARCA on 01283 566467

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asbestos in the news 11 August 2017 http://press.hse.gov.uk/2017/director-and-company-fined-after-unlicensed-asbestos-removal/

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Wiltshire based asbestos removal company and one of its Directors have been sentenced after removing licensable asbestos materials in an unsafe manner. Winchester Crown Court heard that on 8 March 2013 the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) received a concern from an employee of a construction company hired to demolish the Forresters Respite Centre in Hythe. Sarum Asbestos Limited (SAL) had been contracted to conduct an asbestos survey and then arrange for the removal of any identified asbestos material before demolition work could begin on site. An investigation by the HSE found that Sarum Asbestos Ltd had undertaken similar work in other locations and failed to ensure that this work with asbestos was undertaken in a safe manner by competent personnel. They also failed to undertake further testing on these sites to ensure that the asbestos had been removed safely and as a result placed workers at risk of exposure to asbestos fibres, as well as putting members of the public at risk.

The investigation also found the company’s Director, Jeremy Uphill, ignored the legal requirements for the licensed removal of asbestos containing material. Sarum Asbestos Limited of Pound Lane, Charlton All Saints, Wiltshire pleaded guilty to the six charges: • Sections 2 and 3 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 for the work conducted at Forresters Respite Centre. These charges concern risks to their own operatives and members of the public. • The company also pleaded guilty to the same charges for work conducted at Corsham Police Station. • Sarum Asbestos Ltd also pleaded guilty of breaching Regulation 11 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 for work conducted at Moonfleet Manor, Weymouth, regarding a failure to control personal exposures to asbestos. • It also admitted the same charge for work conducted at Camberwell Reform Church in London.

At Salisbury Crown Court the company has been fined a total of £100,000 and ordered to pay costs of £31,000. Jeremy Uphill of Boyds Road, Pimperne, Dorset also pleaded guilty to the same six charges, and was given a total of six months imprisonment suspended for two years. Speaking after the hearing HSE inspector Adam Wycherley said: “Both the company and Director have failed to protect their workers and members of the public on a number of occasions and as a result placed them at risk of exposure to asbestos fibres. “Work with the material the company identified should have been subcontracted to a qualified Licensed asbestos removal company. “Around 3000 people a year die from asbestos related disease and it is a well-known risk within the construction industry, there is no excuse for putting people at risk when the hazards can be controlled with careful management during work with asbestos containing materials.”

7 August 2017 http://press.hse.gov.uk/2017/company-sentenced-after-householder-exposed-to-asbestos/

Contractor sentenced after householder exposed to asbestos A Wigan building contractor has appeared in court after exposing a homeowner and her family to asbestos while carrying out a garage conversion. Manchester Magistrates’ Court heard that Anthony McGrath, trading as Winstanley Construction, carried out asbestos removal work during the conversion when he was not licensed to do so and failed to carry out this work in a safe manner resulting in asbestos contamination in the ground floor of the house. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) investigation into the incident at Bassett Grove, Wigan found Mr McGrath had removed Asbestos Insulating Board ceiling panels from the garage, broken them up, and placed them in the garden for several days. When the home owner queried what the boards were, she was told it was asbestos, but they were safe and would be removed soon. After ringing the local council the home owner then contacted a licensed asbestos removal contractor who confirmed that the boards were Asbestos Insulating Board and should be

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removed under controlled conditions. Asbestos contamination was found in several areas of the house and the householder was unable to re-enter the house for more than a week while a clean-up operation costing in excess of £12,000 was carried out. Anthony McGrath of Winstanley Road, Billinge, Wigan pleaded guilty to breaches of Regulation 10 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 and Regulation 8 (1) of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012.He was fined £475 for each breach and ordered to pay a compensation order of £7,500. Speaking after the hearing HSE Inspector David Norton said: “This incident could so easily have been avoided by simply carrying out correct control measures and safe working practices. Companies and individuals should be aware that HSE will not hesitate to take appropriate enforcement action against those that fall below the required standards”.


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eing available for members to contact for support, and delivering sound advice and information; professionally, confidentially and timely, is ARCA’s commitment to the Association’s members.

Whether a member needs practical advice on a specific asbestos removal method or clarity on a clause within a regulation, the ARCA team is just a call away. Also, the team assist with more in-depth services: w Additional Site Audits These can be arranged with ARCA to provide a further quality control mechanism, and a consistent form of measurement alongside the SAAS audits. w Licence Renewal Preparation Service ARCA offers two service packages depending on the depth of review and feedback required in preparation for a licence assessment meeting. w Management System Review This covers elements such as; business management arrangements, structure and communications between office and on-site. w Communication with regulators and clients If a communication is received, ARCA can advise on how best to respond. w Specialist Advice A service tailored to the specific needs of a contractor, whether that is an in-depth review of Plans of Work or the company’s TNA system. ARCA also publishes Guidance Notes on a variety of asbestos removal related subjects to assist in the practical application of legislative requirements. Information on ARCA support services is available at www.arca.org.uk or if you would like to discuss particular services in more detail please call us on 01283 566467.

Find out more about the ARCA support services at www.arca.org.uk

Guidance Notes available online

w Personal Air Monitoring w Other Trades and Live Enclosures w Monitoring of Airborne Asbestos Fibre w Air Management in Asbestos Enclosures w Electrical Isolations and Asbestos Work w Provision of Welfare facilities for Asbestos Work w Asbestos Licensing and Employment Status w Working with Textured Decorative Coatings Containing Asbestos w Encapsulation of Asbestos containing Materials w Selection of PPE for work with Asbestos w Selection, Use, Care and Maintenance of RPE Also there is guidance on Clients’ Responsibilities on appointing an Asbestos Removal Contractor.

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CAR 2012 review

Post Implementation Review of the

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he Health and Safety Executive (HSE) recently published the Post Implementation Review (PIR) of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR 2012) implemented in Great Britain (GB). The CAR 2012 revoked and re-enacted the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2006 (CAR 2006) with some minor changes, fully transposing the main elements of Directive 2009/148/EC on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to asbestos at work. On 23 June, the EU referendum took place and the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Until exit negotiations are concluded, the UK remains a full member of the European Union and all the rights and obligations of EU membership remain in force. During this period the Government will continue to negotiate, implement and apply EU legislation. The outcome of these negotiations will determine what arrangements apply in relation to EU legislation in future once the UK has left the EU.

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The report sets out the Government’s views on the effectiveness of the regulatory regime now the Directive has been transposed and operational for a period of time. The report covers: a) the extent to which the regulation is achieving its objectives b) whether those objectives remain valid c) whether the Regulations are still required and remain the best option for achieving those objectives d) if they can be improved to reduce burdens on business and their overall costs and whether there have been any unintended consequences The scope of the review covers the extent to which the Regulations have achieved their objectives, assesses the costs and benefits, and identifies any unintended consequences. The review has also considered any identified areas of under- or over-implementation of the Directive and the cost implications, justification and benefits.

The evidence sought was aimed at determining whether CAR 2012 had met its objectives and understanding how implementation could be improved. The research sought both qualitative and quantitative evidence from organisations required to comply with the legislation. Post Implementation Review guidance requires three overarching research questions to be addressed: w To what extent are the Regulations working? w Is government intervention still required? w Are the Regulations and the way they are implemented the most appropriate approach? The principal objectives of CAR 2012 were to (1) fully transpose the requirements of Directive 2009/148/EC; and (2) to continue to protect those working with or potentially exposed to asbestos from the associated risks.


CAR 2012 review Does CAR 2012 fully transpose the requirements of the Directive as intended? This is confirmed in the Explanatory Memorandum and Transposition Note to CAR 2012. Does CAR 2012 protect those working with or potentially exposed to asbestos from the associated risks? There was a clear consensus amongst all the dutyholders of the importance of the specific duties in the Regulations in keeping workers and others safe from the risks of exposure to asbestos, beyond what might be achieved through relying on more general underlying requirements for the reduction of risks “to as low as reasonably practicable” in the Health and Safety at Work Act. The specific benefits expressed by all groups included minimising the risks from exposure to asbestos to keep workers and others safe, setting clear requirements for the controls that need to be implemented, raising awareness of the risks, providing an assurance to those working with asbestos that risks are being controlled effectively and, providing a level playing field for licensed contractors bidding for work. Dutyholders also referred extensively to the supporting guidance to the Regulations and the Approved Code of Practice Managing and working with Asbestos (L143), which set out in more detail what dutyholders are expected to do in order to comply with the legal requirements. The prevalent view amongst the different groups was that the regulations were practical to implement and were effective in achieving their objective to protect workers and others from the risks of exposure to asbestos. The evidence also confirmed that CAR 2012, and associated guidance, specifically the ACOP, and the way they are implemented, are reasonable and fair, and that they contain sufficient information to enable dutyholders to comply with the requirements. Overall the Regulations were considered practical to implement, although some areas were identified where greater clarification is needed, not specifically with regards to the Regulations per se but the provision of clearer guidance. The specific areas included: w Greater clarity around the distinction between licensable, non-licensable and notifiable work

w Regulation 4 – Duty to manage greater clarity of dutyholders’ roles and responsibilities, with specific guidance on conducting a management plan w Regulation 7 – Plans of Work – further guidance and clarity regarding how much information should be included in the written plan of work prior to commencing work w Regulation 22 – Health records and medical surveillance – dutyholders were unclear as to why the frequency of medical examinations differed for licensed and notifiable work. It was expressed that exposure to asbestos carries the same risks irrespective of the type of work activity and that the frequency of medicals should be aligned. Overall, the collective evidence suggests that CAR 2012 are operating as intended, but that the issues outlined above could, in the main, be addressed administratively through updated guidance. The evidence from the research and analysis gathered for this PIR suggests that overall CAR 2012 has met its objectives and has helped to achieve a high level of compliance. CAR 2012 strengthens the protection given to those who might be exposed to asbestos fibres, setting clear health and safety requirements to ensure the appropriate control measures are in place to prevent exposure to asbestos from work activity or reduce exposure as far as reasonably practicable. The gravity of the potential consequences of exposure to workers requires a robust regulatory framework to ensure they are protected from exposure to asbestos fibres and dutyholder views and experiences confirm that CAR 2012 meet their intended objective to provide greater protection for those working with asbestos. CAR 2012 achieves this by requiring that exposure to asbestos from work activity is prevented or exposure reduced as far as is reasonably practicable. The process evaluation aimed to identify, as part of its research, if there were any unintended consequences of the Regulations. Whilst the research did not identify any examples through consultation with dutyholders, it is not possible to conclude that there are no unintended consequences. However, the research suggests that it is unlikely that there have been any significant or

major unintended consequences. Based on the collective stakeholder evidence, cost/benefit analysis, epidemiological and enforcement data, the Government does not consider that it is necessary to amend the provisions of CAR 2012. There are several areas where the recommendations from the PIR can be taken forward mainly by changes to administrative guidance and processes, with the exception of one recommendation which would require further exploration of the case for a minor amendment to the Regulations. These are detailed in the PIR report but, in summary, include: w greater clarity around the distinction between licensable, non-licensable and notifiable work with asbestos w information on dutyholders’ roles and responsibilities around duty to manage asbestos in non-domestic premises w guidance on practical examples of written plans of work; and w exploration to align the frequencies for medical examinations for licensable and notifiable work. The current requirement in CAR 2012 for licensable work goes beyond the Directive. Alignment would involve changing the frequency of medical examinations for those undertaking licensed asbestos work, from every two years, to every three years and would impact on licensed contractors only. HSE will explore the health and safety impacts of any changes to the regulations taking account of medical, epidemiological, and scientific evidence, in consultation with stakeholders.

The full report can be downloaded at: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/ system/uploads/attachment_data/ file/598578/post-implementation-reviewof-the-control-of-asbestos-regulations-2012print-ready.pdf

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asbestos surveys

Understanding Asbestos Surveys

What clients need to know

If you are a property owner or property manager you should be aware of your legal duties regarding asbestos management and the need for assessing the risks from any asbestos containing materials in a building. Risk assessment usually takes the form of an asbestos survey, followed by the creation of a register and a management plan, as required by Regulation 4 of The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR 2012).

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What type of Asbestos Survey is required? Before deciding on the type of survey, the client needs to be aware that the survey must provide sufficient information for: an asbestos register and plan to be prepared, a suitable risk assessment to be carried out and a written plan to manage the risks to be produced. Also, it is highly recommended that the client (the customer) agrees with the surveyor, before the survey is commissioned, what format the survey report should take, agree on any caveats and areas not to be surveyed. There are three types of asbestos surveys, each covering different aspects of asbestos management: w Management Survey w Refurbishment Survey w Demolition Survey

Management Survey The purpose of a management survey, known as the ‘standard’ survey, is to locate, as far as reasonably practicable, the presence and extent of any suspected asbestos containing materials (ACMs) in the building which could be damaged or disturbed during normal occupancy, including foreseeable maintenance and installation, and to assess their condition.

Refurbishment Survey If it is possible that the fabric of the building will be disturbed during refurbishment works then the building requires a refurbishment survey. The survey should locate, as far as reasonably practicable, the presence and extent of any suspected ACMs in the areas that are to be refurbished. Therefore, the refurbishment job specification should be provided so that all the areas likely to be disturbed are surveyed prior to the work starting.


asbestos surveys Demolition Survey If a building or part of a building is to be demolished, a demolition survey is required, so that all ACMs can be identified and then removed, prior to the demolition taking place. Demolition surveys are the most intrusive and licensed asbestos removal may have to take place to access all areas for surveying purposes.

Choosing a Surveyor Surveys can be carried out by in-house personnel or a third party. However, the surveyor must be competent to carry out the work required, and it is the duty holders’ responsibility (as stated in the ‘Asbestos: The survey guide’ HSG264) to ensure the surveyor is competent to carry out the type of survey required. To be competent the HSG264 states that the surveyor must: w have sufficient training, qualifications, knowledge, experience and ability to carry out their duties in relation to the survey and to recognise their limitations w have sufficient knowledge of the specific tasks to be undertaken and the risks which the work will entail

w be able to demonstrate independence, impartiality and integrity

A report, for any type of survey should contain the following sections:

w have an adequate quality management system

w executive summary

w carry out the survey in accordance with recommended guidance

w general site and survey information

When choosing a third party, clients should note that the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) do recommend United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) accreditation for surveying organisations, although this is not a legal requirement. Also, accreditation for individual surveyors is not available.

Survey Report – what should a client receive? A client should receive a comprehensible and usable report, that is, the information in the survey report should be easy for the client to extract and to use to prepare an asbestos register, e.g. by presenting the results in a manner or format that can be directly lifted or employed to form the asbestos register. It’s important to note that reports should contain the results of sample analysis.

w introduction covering the scope of work w survey results (including material assessment results) w conclusions and actions w bulk analysis results A report should be completed in a written format and supplied either as a hard copy or as an electronic document, or both. Also, once a survey is completed the surveyor should return and meet the client to discuss the findings and to explain how the survey report should be used. For the client. a survey report forms part of their overall management plan and should be able to fulfil the requirements of an asbestos register.

All ATaC members are UKAS accredited surveying organisations and are located throughout the UK – to find one near you please visit www.atac.org.uk

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qualifications

Explore the full range of RSPH asbestos qualifications

‌as required by UKAS and independently regulated by Ofqual Asbestos surveyors and analysts need to verify their knowledge and competence to meet the UKAS requirements, so ATaC offers all the qualifications they need. This range of asbestos qualifications are through the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) and were specifically developed for professionals working in UKAS accredited organisations involved in asbestos management. Following the recently available RSPH competency qualification, ATaC now offers the full range of qualifications asbestos surveyors and analysts need to gain competent person status.

RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Surveying RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Air Monitoring and Clearance Procedures RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Management for Dutyholders RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Bulk Analysis RSPH Level 4 Certificate in Asbestos Laboratory and Project Management

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qualifications

Making the right choice is vital Why choose an RSPH asbestos qualification? Benefit

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All RSPH qualifications are regulated by Ofqual, the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulations. Ofqual regulates for the validity of qualifications, making sure that regulated qualifications reliably indicate the knowledge, skills and understanding students have demonstrated. (1) Quality Assurance of BOHS Qualifications for Asbestos Surveyors and Analysts, 7th April 2017.

Why choose ATaC to deliver asbestos qualifications? Benefit

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Proficiency Module Syllabus P403 – Asbestos Fibre Counting (PCM) (including Samplng Strategies) 1 January 2015 – section 4, Examinations and Assessment part A. (3) Training, Assessment and Quality Assurance award via City and Guilds, Ofqual regulated.

Our thanks to the team at ATaC. Qualification content and certificate expediency have proved to Riverside that ATaC and the RSPH suite of qualifications is the optimum choice. Simon FitzGerald - Riverside Environmental Ltd

Although challenging, the RSPH Level 4 competency qualification has great content, especially as it thoroughly covers laboratory set-up and management. Thank you ATaC for delivering an excellent qualification. Vicky Finnigan – Thames Laboratories Ltd

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I recently undertook unit 1 of the RSPH Laboratory and Project Management qualification with ATaC and I’d like to thank my tutor, as he explained a complex subject clearly and precisely. Eddy Lane – Clearwater Environmental Ltd

As compiled on 12 June 2017 from the information on a selection of BOHS’s providers websites.

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Don’t miss this exclusive offer . . . book before 31st December 2017 on 01283 505777 ATaC, Unit 1 Stretton Business Park 2, Brunel Drive, Stretton, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire DE13 0BY email: info@atac.org.uk www.atac.org.uk

Offer Terms & Conditions Offer is valid until 31st December 2017. Qualifications need to be booked by this date for delivery before 29th June 2018 • The offer cannot be applied retrospectively. • The qualification with the lowest cost is free with the exception of the RSPH exam fee. • The offer includes the following RSPH qualifications: RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Surveying, RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Air Monitoring and Clearance Procedures, RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Bulk Analysis, and RSPH Level 4 Certificate in Asbestos Laboratory and Project Management. • The offer does not include RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Management for Dutyholders. • All the ARCA/ATaC training and qualification terms and conditions are applicable and can be found at www.atac.org.uk/page/atac-qualification-terms-and-conditions

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In a previous issue of ARCA News (Issue 96, p 24-25) we published an article highlighting some key steps to make your audit approach effective, whether you were designing it from scratch or revamping your existing programme.

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hen properly planned and designed, your audits can become an essential part of the ‘Check’ stage of the ‘Plan, Do, Check, Act’ approach outlined in the HSE publication ‘Managing for Health and Safety’ (HSG65). In this issue of ARCA News, we look at some key factors to consider in collating and interpreting your audit results, so that you can maximise the impact of the audit findings. This forms an essential part of the ‘Act’ stage of the HSG65 approach.

Every finding is important Firstly, if the audit has been well designed, then every audit finding is important. Where there is full compliance with the standard required, then this acts as reassurance that management systems and procedures are evident at site level. Continued maintenance of required standards is a vital element of any management system, and essential in an industry such as asbestos abatement. Secondly, any non-conformances identified should be addressed without delay, so that the exemplary standards expected of a licensed contractor can be established/reestablished, then maintained.

In addressing non-conformances, there are two key factors that need to be considered. The first consideration is the extent of the non-conformance observed. One example could be that the auditor has observed that some inspection records are not kept up to date. While this is better than no inspection records being kept at all, it is nonetheless a non-conformance and needs to be addressed. Worse still is where inspection records are up to date and indicate all is in order, yet evidence from site observations contradicts this, for example the twice daily DCU inspection record shows all is compliant, yet the unit may be dirty, or the nailbrush is missing from the shower compartment, or the gas bottle for the shower is empty. Whether required inspections are not done and therefore not recorded, or they are done though not recorded or the findings addressed, or even not done but reported as done, the extent of such audit findings needs to be established and the findings addressed. What is observed should match what is planned and recorded. The second consideration is one of priorities. Any site practice where a potential imminent danger to health or safety has

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audit results been identified should be addressed immediately, though still recorded as a non-conformance so that management are alerted and follow up actions can be implemented. Highest priorities and swiftest remedial actions should be applied to situations where risks from the spread of asbestos, or exposure to it, are not being kept as low as is reasonably practicable [Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR 2012), regs.16 and 11], even within the enclosure. In contrast, some issues identified relating to insufficiencies in supporting documentation on site, though important and needing to be addressed, may not have the same urgency in terms of remedial actions.

Reviewing findings In reviewing audit findings, don’t be tempted to just add up the total number of non-conformances (or conformances) and compare the figure to other audits. An audit identifying a major or critical nonconformance will be of far more immediate concern than an audit identifying several minor non-conformances. Nevertheless, all non-conformances should still be addressed. Whatever scoring system you decide to

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use, it is best that it is ‘weighted’ to help distinguish the most important criteria from the important criteria. The ARCA site audit is weighted in this way. In addition, your management and site teams should clearly understand what is minor, major and critical. Be careful in prioritising actions. Some audit findings in isolation may be considered minor, but if there develops a pattern of recurrence in subsequent audits, the issue becomes major; not that the nature of the non-conformance has changed, but that the continuation of the non-conformance becomes a management failing. Whether the issue was addressed, but not effectively, or not addressed at all, the management failure becomes more significant and could be indicative of other management weaknesses that could ultimately emerge during the licence assessment process. While it is important to ensure that audit findings are accurate, don’t expend energy on trying to defend or justify something that wasn’t up to standard. Sometimes we need to accept that an unacceptable practice has been identified, as one of the reasons for auditing is that this can happen. Better to use our energy to make and establish the changes that lead to improvement. What

is done about the audit findings is often considered as important as the findings themselves. Doing nothing with audit findings will profit no-one, and audit findings that are unaddressed will rarely go away, but will most likely resurface at a later time and potentially with more devastating effects. When evaluating and prioritising audit findings, develop the tenacity to look beyond the immediate situation, which may at first seem quite innocuous, and explore potential implications. To illustrate this point, an audit question may establish that baglock compartments meet the minimum dimensions of 1m x 1m x 2m (height), which initially may be considered as compliant. However, a further question may be asked to determine whether or not the baglock compartment dimensions are suitable for the waste size. Large AIB panels, for example, would need a bigger baglock in order for the standard cleaning and double wrapping process to be thoroughly undertaken while the waste is transferred out through the baglock. If the Plan of Work does not address the requirement for a bigger baglock, what are the implications? Firstly, the supervisor is bound by HSE licence condition 3 to follow the Plan of


audit results Work, but in doing so will not have a big enough baglock to ensure the procedure of suitably wrapping the waste is carried out – a procedure which also should be followed. Secondly, the large panels should be removed as whole as possible so that breakage (and hence the spread of asbestos) is reduced to the lowest levels reasonably practicable. So, does the supervisor decide to break the panels (breach of CAR 2012, reg. 16) so that the waste ‘parcels’ are small enough to be processed through each stage of the minimum sized baglock, or not fully implement the cleaning and double bagging procedure that should be followed (leading to breach of CAR 2012, reg. 16)? Either way, what seems like a minor issue can have far reaching implications. If the baglock could have been made bigger, why wasn’t it? Would this identify a training need for the author of the Plan of Work, whose job it is to plan the job and unsure that a suitable and sufficient Plan of Work has been written? If the baglock couldn’t have been made bigger, then this should have been identified and addressed at the planning stage, and a suitable alternative procedure documented in the site-specific Plan of Work. So, an audit requirement that at first may seem compliant,

and if not compliant then quite minor, actually may have implications that are extremely serious. In identifying root causes of audit findings, it is essential to look beyond the immediate cause – ask yourself ‘why?’, then ask again (even if it’s a phrase we wouldn’t normally use) ‘why else?’, and again ‘why else?’ until all avenues have been explored. It is normal for an investigative process to identify numerous contributory factors to an undesired event. Record your deliberations as evidence of a thorough review process, and to learn from the experience.

Managing performance Numerous software packages are available to produce graphs of results and identify trends for each individual audit requirement. Be aware though, that many identified audit findings may have similar roots, such as the planning of the job, suitability and sufficiency of the written Plan of Work, adherence to the Plan of Work and associated procedures, record keeping, and supporting documentation. It may be better to look for patterns and trends in common root causes rather than individual manifestations of those root causes.

Reviewing health and safety performance allows you to establish whether the essential health and safety principles – effective leadership and management, competence, worker consultation and involvement – have been embedded in your organisation. It tells you whether your system is effective in managing risk and protecting people. Learn from incidents, errors and relevant experience, including those from other organisations. Revisit plans, policy documents and risk assessments to see if they need updating. Take action on lessons learned, specifically including audit and inspection reports (see HSG65). Auditing will then not be seen as a hindrance but become a vital reassurance and measurement tool in your overall management approach.

ARCA can advise you on the Site Audit Accreditation Scheme (SAAS) and undertake additional audits, as well as contribute to the development of your audit programme through our consultancy services. For more information visit www.arca. org.uk or call us on 01283 566467.

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guidance note

Guidance on

Personal Air Monitoring ARCA is aware of concerns raised about the way personal air monitoring is routinely being carried out in the asbestos industry. Licence holders are advised to review • why they are collecting personal monitoring data • how data is being collected and • what is being done with the data Personal monitoring can be carried out for a variety of purposes. Many licensed contractors may be gathering data in a way that cannot be used to compare exposures with other jobs and cannot demonstrate meaningful personal exposure data. Licence holders also may be using sampling strategies that do not reflect a representative sample of their work and therefore cannot demonstrate effective performance. Where this is the case, licence holders may be wasting significant time and money on sampling that adds little benefit or reassurance. This could also be seen as a wider failure of health and safety management when licence assessments are carried out.

Key points Planning work

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Personal monitoring requirements must be considered when planning a job. The contractor should give the analyst clear instructions about the purpose of the sampling.

Sufficient sampling duration

Sampling should be carried out for sufficient durations: shift duration (preferably 2-4 hour periods) or the duration of specific tasks being observed. Use the correct flow rate

4-hour TWA

When considering personal exposure, results should be reported as a 4-hour, time weighted average

Record the activity

Sampling records need to clearly describe the activities being undertaken and the control measures in place at the time of monitoring (“AIB removal” is not enough detail).

Sampling strategies

Strategies for organising sampling need to capture a representative sample of work (“50% of AIB work” is unlikely to be precise enough).

Use the data

When measuring site performance When assessing future work As a record of personal exposure

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Legal requirements The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR 2012) contain numerous references to the requirement for personal and background monitoring. a) Regulation 19 requires employers to arrange regular monitoring of airborne fibres and keep records of the results. Assessments of any proposed work must consider the results of this monitoring (regulation 6). The significant findings of asbestos assessments should be reflected in the plan of work (required by regulation 7). b) An organisation’s arrangements for providing information, instruction and training must include detail of any air monitoring results (regulation 10). c) Employers must ensure that personal exposure to asbestos is prevented, so far as is reasonably practicable (regulation 11). Licensed work, by definition, is likely to produce airborne concentrations that exceed the control limit: where exposure cannot be prevented, it must be kept as low as reasonably practicable. Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) provided must ensure that concentration of asbestos fibres within the respirator is kept below the control limit. d) The spread of asbestos must be prevented or reduced (regulation 16). e) Exposure records form part of the health records that must be retained for any employees engaged in licensed asbestos work (regulation 22). Regulation 5 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations require employers to have effective arrangements in place for managing health and safety. Personal monitoring records should be an excellent indicator of performance and an aid to comparing and assessing removal situations. To achieve this, sampling must be planned and recorded in a meaningful way.

Purpose of personal air monitoring Personal air monitoring can provide invaluable performance information: it should provide an accurate record of actual concentrations of airborne fibre generated by particular types of work in particular circumstances, and give licence holders confidence (and clients, regulators etc) that control methods are working, in practice. In summary, CAR 2012, the Approved Code of Practice and existing guidance give the following reasons for carrying out personal air monitoring: a) To check the effectiveness of the controlled method of removal (i.e. by comparison to previous concentrations of airborne fibre in similar situations and to the control limit) b) To provide data for personal exposure records c) To guide assessment (and planning) for future, similar jobs d) To confirm that appropriate RPE has been chosen.

Sampling: planning and engaging with the analyst Decisions about the type(s) of monitoring to be done (and detail about how this will be carried out) should be considered at the planning stage. This will be reflected in the plan of work produced prior to notification and supported by standard procedures etc. Effective monitoring will require good liaison and engagement between the licence holder and the analyst. The service agreement between the two organisations should make expectations clear (and take into account the issues described in this document). For example, if an analyst is expected to observe work activities during the sampling period, this may limit capacity for carrying out other types of air monitoring at the same time.


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Sampling methods Sampling duration and flow rates a) So that sampling results can be compared between jobs, a standardised approach for gathering and recording is required. This should be specified in standard procedures and / or contractual arrangements with an appointed analyst. b) The control limit refers to a ‘time weighted average’ (TWA) of 0.1 fibres/cm3 of air averaged over a continuous period of 4 hours. Monitoring may also be carried out to assess fibre concentrations associated with particular short duration activities (“sporadic and low intensity” (SALI)), with reference to a 10 minute sampling period. c) Where the purpose is comparison with the control limit or gathering personal exposure data, HSE will expect sampling periods to be as close to 4-hour periods as is reasonably practicable; the results should be recorded as a 4-hour TWA. Analysts might use a succession of sampling periods, or a single shorter period that is representative of the work, but where this is the case licence holders should expect a clear explanation of the assumptions being made to report results as a 4-hour TWA. d) When considering exposures in relation to the 4-hour control limit, sampling rates should be 1 litre/minute. When taking shorter samples, for example in relation to “sporadic and low intensity” assessments and exposures, sampling rates should be 4 litres/minute. Activity a) In the past, contractors have typically recorded the broad category of work being undertaken at the time of personal air sampling. For example, the sampling records may state “AIB removal”. This is not precise enough to allow for meaningful comparison between jobs. For example: the previous sampling might have involved a simple ‘clean’ activity of lifting boards from a grid; this can’t be compared against the removal of glued or nailed AIB. Relevant detail of the work activities should be addressed in a “suitable and sufficient” plan of work and might include: i) The scale of the work (1 small panel or 100m2 of panels?) ii) The type of fixings (screwed, nailed, glued, the presence of voids above AIB?) iii) Method of removal (Surfactant applied from above? Panels unscrewed whilst using shadow vacuum? Bagged or wrapped? etc.) iv) The condition of the tiles, surface treatments and ease of access etc. b) In addition, the analyst should also be able to give an opinion on the activity. Having observed the activity during the sampling

period, did the control measures appear to be working effectively? Were there any difficulties observed? c) This level of detail about the actual activities being undertaken during the sampling period will be crucial for gathering meaningful sampling data. It is therefore important that the removal contractor gives clear instructions to the analyst: to provide meaningful data, analysts will be expected to observe what activities are taking place during the sampling period. Records a) For useful comparisons, exposures should be recorded as TWA, unless the focus is on specific short-duration tasks. See the appendix, in the full ARCA Guidance Note available on the ARCA website, for a suggested ‘personal sampling’ template.

Strategies – planning sampling It is common practice for licence holders to commit to sampling a percentage of jobs, depending on the type of material being removed (for example: 100% limpet jobs, 25% of AIB jobs, etc). As indicated above, this is not likely to be sensitive enough to provide a representative sample of the actual range of work being done. Strategies for monitoring should be similar to strategies for targeting site visits/audits, i.e. they should ensure that a representative range of work is sampled. For example, the strategy should cover: a) A full range of work activities, as described above b) A full range of geographical locations: capturing ‘close to home’ and more remote work sites c) All supervisors / teams d) Over time, sampling should capture exposures to all operatives across a full range of activities. For licensed contractors, a strategy should focus on activities expected to be higher hazard / risk. Over time, the strategy will ensure that a full, representative range of asbestos work is covered, but the focus of resources should be on activities where exposure is liable to be higher. For example: a) for ‘routine’ jobs, personal sampling is carried out during the actual removal activities where asbestos is most likely to be disturbed, not during set up; b) resources should initially be directed at licensed activities, rather than for sampling the removal of bonded products such as floor tiles or asbestos cement sheeting.

Recording and collating monitoring data Licence holders may have collected monitoring data for many years. Unless that data can be clearly linked to particular asbestos activities, it may be difficult to use as a meaningful measure of performance or for meaningful comparison with current / future work. In practice, many licence holders will need to define a better strategy for sampling and build a database of results for comparison. A licence holder’s strategy (as described above) should be described in company policies / procedures etc. Routine performance reviews and organisational targets etc could refer to the number (and quality) of samples being taken as well as recorded exposure levels for particular removal situations. The appendix, in the full ARCA Guidance Note available on the ARCA website, provides a suggested template for gathering individual personal monitoring data. Analysts may provide additional, supporting records (stipulated by UKAS etc). Individual monitoring results must then be collated and stored in a way that makes them easy to use in the future. For example, a database / spreadsheet a) should enable easy access to an individual’s personal exposure records b) should enable easy comparison / reference to levels of exposure ‘achieved’ during similar activities. The Approved Code of Practice (paragraph 486) stresses that personal monitoring results should be “collated and submitted to HSE” as part of the licence renewal procedure. In practice, HSE’s ALPIs do not routinely ask for this information in advance. However, licence holders should expect monitoring results to feature in licence assessment meetings: they are likely to be seen as a critical indicator of how licence holders measure performance and assess risk.

Sources of further information • L143 Approved Code of Practice, Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 • HSG 247 Asbestos: The licensed contractors’ guide • HSG 248 Asbestos: The analysts’ guide for sampling, analysis and clearance procedures and the Consultation Document for the revised guide, due in 2016. • ARCA Guidance Note GN001: Monitoring of Airborne Asbestos Fibre

This ARCA Guidance Note is available as a free download at www.arca.org.uk

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member news LtoR Jason Davy (CEO Lexia Solutions Group & MD of Rhodar), Kelvin Jones (Area Manager for Rhodar Industrial Services) and Jason Ellis (Southern Regional Director for Rhodar Asbestos Removal)

Windsor Waste Management extends scope of ISO

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indsor Waste Management (WWM), is pleased to announce its asbestos

Waste Transfer Station based in Brentwood Essex is now included within the scope of the

Rhodar Industrial Services I

n June 2017, Rhodar’s parent company, Lexia Solutions Group completed the purchase of OCS Environmental Services from its parent company OCS Group. This is a very positive move for Lexia Solutions Group, in particular the immediate fit with Rhodar’s asbestos removal services. OCS ES has a strong client base and is particularly well established in the south. This presents Rhodar with an excellent opportunity to further strengthen and expand its southern-based presence/operations. This new acquisition will continue to operate as a separate company and will be rebranded to trade as ‘Rhodar Industrial Services’. On the day of completion, Jason Davy, Group CEO and MD of Rhodar commented,

‘I am delighted to be able to complete this acquisition as it is such a good fit for our business. It offers us a range of exciting opportunities particularly in terms of our ambitious strategy for our southern region.” “The acquisition also brings with it valuable complementary skills: Scaffolding Access, Thermal Insulation and Protective Coatings, these additional in-house skills will benefit the whole of our group”. Integration of the Rhodar Industrial Services team into the overall group infrastructure is underway and the well positioned Barking facility is set to become the new hub for all of Rhodar’s Southern-based operations. www.rhodar.co.uk

company’s ISO accreditations. This follows improvements in its operation confirmed by our UKAS approved accreditor, DNV and means that our Essex based Asbestos Transfer Station is the only facility of its kind in the region accredited to all three quality standards, offering our customers reassurance that their waste is in safe and compliant hands. Windsor Integrated Services Group of which WWM is a part of, is accredited to three quality management standards: ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001. Being included within the scope of this accreditation, the Essex based Waste Transfer Station can demonstrate having an effective quality management system focusing on the customer, with sound occupational health and safety performance and a consistent and systematic approach to handling environmental issues.

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Mesothelioma UK Nurses meet ARCA Members

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uring July, Clinical Nurse Specialists from Mesothelioma UK attended the ARCA member regional meetings in the South West and Wales, Midlands, North West, North East, South East and Scotland. The nurses explained to ARCA Members, their work in supporting patients suffering with mesothelioma, an asbestos-related cancer, and how the charity funds a network of specialist mesothelioma nurses, regionally based in NHS hospitals, and the plan to grow this network over the coming years. This is an area where ARCA Members’ fundraising has and could continue to support the Charity. “I was delighted that Mesothelioma nurses were able to attend our member meetings and explain their excellent work,” commented Steve Sadley, Chief Executive of ARCA. “Last year funds were raised through a number of events, including a dedicated Charity Week when ARCA members took part in many different activities. This year we hope to raise further funds during our Charity Week in September.”

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fter gaining the ARCA leadership and management qualification, both Chris

Dobson of Thompsons of Prudhoe and Doug Fox of KDC Contractors were keen to progress their membership of ARMI. Following a further professional interview, both Chris and Doug have successfully gained Fellowship status, (the highest grade of membership available). “ARMI promotes effective leadership and management within the asbestos removal management industry, so I’m delighted to welcome two more Fellows,” commented Steve Sadley, Director of ARMI. “Congratulations to Chris and Doug.”

fter 19 years at the helm of Rilmac Insulation Ltd Steve Finn retired on the 31st August 2017. Steve enjoyed many successful years guiding and developing the Insulation Company to what it has become today. As one chapter closes another begins, as Michael Woods becomes MD of Rilmac Insulation Ltd. Michael has been a Director of the Company since his employment commenced in 2010, and is looking forward to the challenges of his new role and is excited at the opportunities that lie ahead.

Michael is a firm believer in having a strong team around him and is promoting two managers, Ryan Hubbard and Paul Chaplin to the position of Associate Director in the Asbestos and Insulation Divisions respectively. Richard Yorke will also be promoted to Senior Contracts Manager and Rob Harris will assist both Asbestos and Insulation in a new role of Head of Business Development for Rilmac Insulation to complete the reshuffle in the Company. www.rilmac.co.uk

Acorn Analytical Services open London Office

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corn Analytical Services, based in Northampton and Leeds, have seen strong growth in 2016 - 2017 resulting in the opening of their new London office. Over the past year, targets and budgets have both been exceeded by significant amounts for revenue and new client acquisition. To better accommodate these gains sees the opening of a new centrally located London office. The opening of a London Business development office is a significant step for Acorn who have expanded across the country in recent years providing a full range of asbestos consultancy services. Director Paul Knights added “Opening the

London office is a great step to providing even better service to existing clients and greater access to potential new clients also. To have a strong foothold in central London is fantastic for the business which has seen year on year growth. Many of our existing clients have sites in London or their head offices are located here, therefore it makes sense that we have a permanent presence in the city also. This highlights the commitment and continued investment we have made to our customers’ requirements and overall needs” For further information please visit www.acorn-as.com

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KF Recruitment continues to set the benchmark within the asbestos removal sector, becoming the first business of its kind to enrol operatives onto an NVQ Level 2 Diploma with ARCA. Two of the company’s long-standing operatives have been enroled to undertake the NVQ qualification next month. The selection was based on their level of experience, having consistently received high scores and positive endorsements from DKF’s on-site auditing and operative assessments, plus positive client feedback.

DKF enrols Operatives onto NVQ Level 2 Dominic Fagan, Managing Director of DKF Recruitment explains his decision to introduce this level of qualification to the business: “The quality, ability and competency of our sitebased workforce is at the core of the continued and future success of DKF. We of course, need to remain commercially competitive, however, a huge attraction for our clients is the ability of our operatives. “We are committed to training our

operatives to a high standard, upskilling them through the ARCA Agency Upskilling course, and now the NVQ allows operatives to formally prove their competency and gain a qualification. “Enroling operatives on the ARCA NVQ scheme is a natural progression for us in our goal to offer a fully competent workforce. We believe our continued investment in our operatives is vitally important, as we take our

role as a competent and professional labour supplier very seriously.” Dominic concluded: “It’s great to be the first company within our field to commit operatives to this level of assessment, as we strive to provide our clients with the exemplary service they should expect in a regulated industry such as asbestos removal.” www.dkfrecruitment.co.uk

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Hands on experience for Admin Staff

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ourses are never created on a whim, new courses can come from word of mouth or by listening to a problem which is difficult for one individual or one company to solve. This was the case with this new training course for administration staff. After a number of conversations with members, it became apparent that there are a lot of administrators in the industry who want to gain a better understanding of what their colleagues would undertake on site and expand their knowledge. Administrators in asbestos removal companies are a key part of the team that produces plans of work, talks to suppliers and plan on-site resources. Training on business systems such as the purchasing system is one element companies can easily address, but training on what actually happens on a removal site, can be very limited due to on-site work being hazardous and restricted. ARCA has stepped into help, as the Association is ideally positioned to solve this problem. So ARCA has produced a one-day training course that will enable administrators to

experience what working on-site is really like and some of the issues their colleagues may face, all within a safe and controlled environment. The course, at ÂŁ125.00 (+ VAT), will cover a range of elements including; industry terminology, key legislative documents, asbestos licensing, plans of work and onsite documentation. It will also include some practical hands on tasks, such as; use of RPE, elements of enclosure construction and use of air/bag locks, as well as the decontamination process in enclosures and DCUs. A number of ‘Asbestos Removal for Administrators’ courses are currently programmed at ARCA centres:

w 10th October in Burton w 13th October in Manchester w 16th October in Rayleigh w 17th October in Glasgow Experience what happens on-site, while in a safe environment. For more details or to book on a course call ARCA on 01283 505777

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How and why gain an NVQ? ARCA workshops prove beneficial for members

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he NVQ workshops held in July proved to be popular with ARCA members across the country. “It was great to see so many members come along to all the five briefings we held in July,” said Satish Patel, Training Manager for ARCA. “We held the workshops for members so they could gain key information on what their options are and how best to ensure a fully qualified and competent workforce.” “Interaction was good with lots of questions asked; How to gain an NVQ?, Which option is best?, What do I have to do? and Do I need an NVQ to gain an operatives’ CSCS card?” “The feedback I received was extremely positive from the attendees, as they found it very beneficial to be led through the process of how to gain an NVQ and the requirements of assessment evidence.” ARCA has been contacted by a number of members who missed out on these workshops, so will endeavour to arrange additional workshops. Please call the ARCA training team on 01283 505777 to register interest.

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Team Communication...

a vital task of team leaders and company managers

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e have all read headlines offering easy fixes to management issues

– communicate more efficiently, motivate people to be empowered, manage the risks within your business and develop individuals to perform at a higher level. Over the next four editions of ARCA News we will be bringing to you an insight into the four modules of the ARCA ILM Leadership & Management qualification. Each edition will contain an article relating to a specific module and how this knowledge can help improve your leadership and management skills. Hopefully, these articles will encourage you to look beyond the words and join a growing group of individuals who have applied the learning to their businesses, all through the ILM Leadership and Management qualification. It has enabled them to improve their skill set, but more importantly question – What does that mean for me and how can I make it work? In this edition of ARCA News, we are covering Management Communication and some of the factors that can help you become a better communicator. This article from www.workshifting.com breaks down some of the key elements of Management Communication.

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Good communication is the mainstay of any relationship. Teams are no exception. In his book “Business @ the Speed of Thought,” Bill Gates compared communication between the individuals and teams that compose a business with the nervous system of the human body. It’s a good analogy. The nervous system allows us to see, hear, feel, react to stimuli and take action. Without it, we would be a bunch of disconnected organs that just wouldn’t work. Communication allows teams within an organisation to become more than the sum of its parts and accomplish more than they could ever do alone. If you own a company or have a managerial position within your organisation, you need to invest in your teams’ communication. It’s not just a nice touchy-feely trick to make sure everyone gets along. Without communication, organisations fall apart. Here are some practical ways you can improve the communication of your organisation’s teams.

1. Clearly specify who the group members are This is obvious, which is probably why it is so often overlooked. If you want to create a strong team that communicates well, people need to be clear about who is in the team. The researchers behind the book “Senior Leadership Teams” studied over 120 top teams in businesses around the world. They found that although all senior team leaders thought they had set clear team boundaries, when the team members were asked to list who was on the team, less than 10 percent knew.

2. Assign specific roles and tasks for each team member Who is whom and who does what? Most of the problems that occur in teams happen when team roles are not clearly defined. Glenn H. Varney highlights the importance of having a clear understanding of the roles of each team member in his book “Building Productive Teams.” He explains: “During any discussion of roles and responsibilities, team members need to clearly know their specific tasks and the areas for which they will be held accountable. Everyone in the team should also know what everyone else is responsible for. This will build strength and mutual support.”

3. Challenge your team by providing purpose and common goals Humans are natural problem solvers. Nothing inspires us like overcoming an obstacle, meeting a challenge or doing something that has never been done before. When we’re bored and lacking purpose, we become sensitive and argumentative. If we are driven and confident that our work is important, we are more likely to overlook the idiosyncrasies of our teammates and focus on the ultimate goal. David Logan, professor of management at the University of Southern California, illustrated this point in his 2009 talk at TEDxUSC, Tribal Leadership, where he relates the story of Gallup’s world poll. Logan uses a five-stage framework to describe groups (which he calls tribes) based on what motivates them. According to this framework, Gallup is as a stage-four tribe, a group of people who know they are great and define their success by how much better they are than everybody else.


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Gallup was the world’s most respected and influential polling company, and its employees knew it. They were bored. How do you motivate and improve communication in an already successful company? Easy. You set out to do something that has never been done before. In their case it was designing a world poll that could accurately reflect the views of 95 percent of the population. It seemed impossible, but it was challenging and exciting. And it got everybody — including several Nobel laureates in economics — working together as a team in the pursuit of statistical greatness.

4. Create an open-door policy for employee communication Organisations with an open-door policy allow team members to talk with managers and executives about anything without having to worry about negative repercussions. This fosters confidence and trust among team members, reduces rumours and gossip and increases communication levels among employees. No more “us versus them.”

5. Standardise communication procedures How’s this for scary? In the U.S., more people die from medical errors caused by miscommunication than from accidents, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, AIDS or breast cancer. Medical errors are actually ranked fifth in the list of top 10 causes of death in the United States. Don’t leave it to chance. Set up clear policies and guidelines that spell out how information must be shared. Train team members on how the new procedures work and set regular briefings to measure their efficiency.

6. Be specific in your objectives Ambiguity is the black death of team communication (and productivity, for that matter). Communicate in a simple and concise manner and train your team members to do the same. Don’t assume you understand what your team members mean. Rephrase what you think they said and check that you understood correctly. Ask them to do the same when you give them instructions. Get into the habit of sending along action items on a regular basis or collaborating.

7. Facilitate informal meetings Studies of team communication patterns indicate that team members who socialise and meet outside of formal meetings perform at a higher level than teams who only interact in formal settings. For instance, a study conducted by researchers at Sociometric Solutions on the performance of teams in a large call centre found that the best predictors of a team’s productivity were the energy and engagement that team members displayed in informal settings. The consultants advised the call centre manager to arrange the coffee break schedule so that teams took their coffee breaks together instead of separately on the staggered timetable they were using. This allowed team members to socialise away from their workstations. The researchers reported a 20 percent increase in productivity among the lower-performing teams and an overall increase of 8 percent throughout the call centre.

8. Choose appropriate forms of communication Email, collaboration tools, online meetings with Skype or GoToMeeting, instant messaging — you have a wide selection of mediums to communicate within your team, so choose wisely. What are some tools your team members already use? Do they need to have 24/7 access to their projects? Would a well-managed Google Calendar do just fine? Email is great for sharing large chunks of information, but its poor at conveying emotionally charged issues, which can easily be misconstrued in writing. It’s also important to note that an email inbox is so easily clogged up with short correspondences, CCs and forwards that it can ruin productivity. Phone calls and face-to-face meetings are inefficient methods for sharing information but the best formats for complex and nuanced issues. If you’re managing a large team with a lot of project crossover, it may be wise to adopt a single collaboration tool. On the other hand, if you’ve only got a small team with defined roles and objectives, you can keep it simple with email and Skype.

9. Treat team members as individuals and communicate with them accordingly (that includes you) Everyone learns (and works!) differently. Get to know your team members and adapt to how they prefer to absorb information. Readers love to receive (and write) long and detailed memos, while listeners may struggle with written memos but are great in conversation. And some people learn best by doing.

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training news This also applies to managers. If you digest information better in conversation, organise regular meetings with your staff. If you are more of a reader, ask your team members to communicate with you primarily through reports.

10. Run your team like an airline crew In the 1970s and early 1980s, airlines had a very hierarchical and authoritarian crew structure. The system was completely overhauled when it was discovered that 70 percent of commercial flight accidents stemmed from communication failures. Aviation experts at NASA created a new system called Crew Resource Management (CRM), which completely changed how flight crews communicate and interact. CRM is now a requirement for flight crews worldwide. The new system focused on educating crews on the limitation of human performance and how fatigue, emergencies and work overload affect people. Team members are encouraged to ask questions and share information, and they are assured full immunity when analysing past errors. Instead of wasting time allocating blame, the system encourages managers to take a non-punitive approach and focus on developing more efficient procedures that will absorb communication errors through redundancy and standardisation.

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11. Keep teams as small as possible View your company as a tribe and your teams as family units. In other words, keep your teams small and manageable. Although the ideal number of people is determined by the team’s task and the roles of its members, research shows that teams communicate better and are more productive when they have around 10 members or fewer. Anything larger than 10 produces a tendency toward social loafing, also known as the Ringelmann effect. The more people you have working in a single team, the more their level of work declines. This tendency stems from the feeling among team members that their individual effort doesn’t matter much within such a large group. Keeping your teams’ small will reduce bureaucracy and allow team members to know each other well enough to maximise their talents. It also streamlines communication and keeps your team members engaged.

12. Create an environment where trust can grow Trust is the glue that holds all social constructs together, from families to companies to national currencies. For effective communication to exist between team members, they have to trust, at

least on some level, their colleagues. Trust develops through time, which is why teams that have been working together the longest are more productive and make fewer mistakes. They can count on their co-workers to produce, and they understand how each member works best. The sooner this trust is instilled, the better.

The bottom line Nurturing team communication is the most important task of team leaders and company managers. The methods described above will improve communication in your organisation and help your teams work harmoniously as a single body.

Information on the ARCA ILM Leadership & Management qualification is available at www.arca.org.uk Source: http://www.workshifting. com/2014/07/14-ways-help-teamscommunicate-better.html - Contributors Mani Karthik, Andrew Latham and Brenda Harjala


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£155.00

£175.00

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£155.00

£175.00

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training & qualifications HSE Licensed Scaffolders (Operatives/Supervisors) OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

Rayleigh

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUNE

Member/Refresher

New Scaffolder

13

14

23

14

28

£95.00/£125.00

£95.00/£125.00

Workshop for Contract Managers & Supervisors on Analysts Work OCT Burton

13

Rayleigh

27

NOV

DEC

JAN

Fees (excl VAT)

DURATION: HALF / FULL DAY Non Members on application

DURATION: 1/2 DAY

FEB

MAR

26

APR

Fees (excl VAT) MAY

JUNE

6 21

12

Glasgow - NBC

OSAT - NVQ Level 2 in Removal of Hazardous Waste (Construction) - Lic. Asbestos Burton Glasgow - NBC Manchester - AEC Ltd

Notes on Fees: Assessment fees are ex VAT. There is no VAT on the registration fee. Assessment fees are based on assessing two candidates on-site on the same day. Assessing one candidate on-site will incur additional costs. Employers that pay a CITB Levy can claim grants from the CITB and may be eligible for up to £440.00 per candidate.

Assessment Only - NVQ Level 2 in Removal of Hazardous Waste (Construction) - Lic. Asbestos Burton

This qualification is achieved by assessment. Assessments are available weekly/monthly so please call for latest availability.

Rayleigh Glasgow - NBC Manchester - AEC Ltd

Notes on Fees: Assessment fees are ex VAT. There is no VAT on the registration fee. Assessment fees are based on assessing two candidates at a centre on the same day. Assessing one candidate at a centre will incur additional costs. Employers that pay a CITB Levy can claim grants from the CITB and may be eligible for up to £440.00 per candidate.

RSPH Level 3 Certificate in Asbestos Removal for Supervisors

Non Member

Exam

£100.00

£100.00

-

£100.00

£100.00

-

£100.00

£100.00

-

Fees (excl VAT)

This qualification is achieved by assessment. Assessments are available weekly/monthly so please call for latest availability.

Rayleigh

Member

Member CITB Levy Paying Company

Member Non CITB Levy Paying Company

CITB NVQ Assessment £749.00 Registration £78.00 CITB Grant (£440.00)

RSPH NVQ Assessment £799.00 Registration £75.00 CITB Grant (£0)

Non Member - please call 02183 505777

Fees (excl VAT) Member CITB Levy Paying Company

Member Non CITB Levy Paying Company

CITB NVQ Assessment £675.00 Registration £78.00 CITB Grant (£440.00)

RSPH NVQ Assessment £715.00 Registration £75.00 CITB Grant (£0)

Non Member - please call 02183 505777

Fees (excl VAT)

DURATION: 2 DAYS

Member

Non Member

Exam

Burton

£605.00

£705.00

-

Rayleigh

£605.00

£705.00

-

£605.00

£705.00

-

£605.00

£705.00

-

£605.00

£705.00

-

This qualification is achieved by assessment. Assessments are available weekly/monthly so please call for latest availability.

Glasgow - NBC Manchester - AEC Ltd Oxford

RSPH Level 4 Certificate in Asbestos Removal for Contract Managers OCT

NOV

Member

Non Member

Exam

30

1

4

£345.00

£445.00

-

Rayleigh

30

1

4

£345.00

£445.00

-

Glasgow - NBC

30

4

£345.00

£445.00

-

£345.00

£445.00

-

£345.00

£445.00

-

Oxford

JAN

FEB

Fees (excl VAT)

Burton

Manchester - AEC Ltd

DEC

DURATION: 1 DAY MAR

APR

MAY

JUNE

1 30

1

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training & qualifications RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Surveying OCT

NOV

Burton Rayleigh

Fees (excl VAT)

DURATION: 3 DAYS

DEC

JAN

4

24

FEB

MAR

14

DEC

Burton

JAN

FEB

11

Rayleigh

13

8

NOV

DEC

Member

Non Member

Exam

1

5

£520.00

£570.00

£70.00

£520.00

£570.00

£70.00

Fees (excl VAT)

DURATION: 4 DAYS

MAR

APR

5

MAY

JAN

FEB

JUNE

Member

Non Member

Exam

£720.00

£770.00

£130.00

£720.00

£770.00

£130.00

9 12

RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Management for Dutyholders OCT

JUNE

30

RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Air Monitoring and Clearance Procedures NOV

MAY

19

27

OCT

APR

5

Fees (excl VAT)

DURATION: 4 DAYS MAR

Burton

APR

MAY

JUNE

Member

Non Member

Exam

£720.00

£770.00

£70.00

£720.00

£770.00

£70.00

16, 23

Rayleigh

15, 22

RSPH Level 4 Certificate in Asbestos Laboratory and Project Management OCT

Fees (excl VAT)

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUNE

Member

Non Member

Exam

Asbestos Laboratory Management (Unit 1) Burton

18

21

14

2

5

5

3

1

4

£400.00

£450.00

£70.00

Rayleigh

5

8

7

4

8

8

5

2

5

£400.00

£450.00

£70.00

10

17

13

3

6

6

4

3

6

£400.00

£450.00

£70.00

5

9

9

6

4

7

£400.00

£450.00

£70.00

Project Management (Unit 2) Burton Rayleigh

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RSPH Level 3 Award in Asbestos Bulk Analysis Manchester - AEC Ltd

Fees (excl VAT)

DURATION: 3 DAYS

Please contact the training team for details. We can offer bespoke training packages to suit your requirements.

Member

Non Member

Exam

£675.00

£695.00

£300.00

ARCA ILM Level 4 Certificate in Leadership and Management Managing Risk in the Workplace

Communications Management

Motivating People in the Workplace

Developing People in the Workplace

Covering the key elements of; application of legislation relating to risk, principles of risk management and internal risk management policies and procedures. With analysis of risk assessments strategies, planning and implementation.

You will learn about the different communication methods used within organisations today. This will link closely to communication theory and you will analyse how effective your own communication methods are within your area of responsibility. You will make recommendation and implement your improvements.

You will learn how to effectively motivate your teams, with strong consideration of various motivational theories. You will analyse the motivational practices used within your own organisation and apply the most effective motivational techniques within your area of responsibility.

You will learn the core skills to manage conflict that may arise within your organisation, diversity in the workplace, manage the staff’s expectations on their performance. How to monitor and provide feedback on performance to aid appraising staff and management processes that can support the business.

Venue

Dates

Venue

Dates

Venue

Dates

Venue

Dates

Burton

31 Jan ’18 29 May ’18

Burton

28-29 March ’18 27-28 June ’18

Burton

30-31 May ’18

Burton

25 April ’18

Glasgow - NBC

4 Dec ’17

Glasgow - NBC

Manchester - AEC Ltd

27 Nov ’17

Manchester - AEC Ltd

Rayleigh

31 Jan ’18 29 May ’18

Rayleigh

Stockton on Tees Northern Safety

TBC

Fees per unit (excl VAT)

TBC TBC 28-29 March ’18 27-28 June ’18

Stockton on Tees Northern Safety

TBC

Fees per unit (excl VAT)

Member

£310.00

Member

£465.00

Non Member

£410.00

Non Member

£565.00

Glasgow - NBC

TBC

Glasgow - NBC

Manchester - AEC Ltd

TBC

Manchester - AEC Ltd

Rayleigh

30-31 May ’18

Rayleigh

Stockton on Tees Northern Safety

14-15 Nov ’17

Stockton on Tees Northern Safety

5-6 Dec ’17 28-29 Nov ’17 25 April ’18 TBC

Fees per unit (excl VAT)

Fees per unit (excl VAT) Member

£465.00

Member

£465.00

Non Member

£565.00

Non Member

£565.00

An additional one-off fee is payable to ILM for registration & final certificate - £55 which covers all 4 modules. Individual module (award) certificates are available for an additional fee.

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training & qualifications

Non Asbestos Training Courses Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) DURATION: 2 DAYS For latest availability please call the training admin team on 01283 505777.

Dangerous Goods Awareness DURATION: 1 DAY For latest availability please call the training admin team on 01283 505777.

Safe Electrical Isolation of Low Voltage DURATION: 1 DAY For latest availability please call the training admin team on 01283 505777.

Working at Heights Awareness DURATION: 0.5 DAY For latest availability please call the training admin team on 01283 505777.

PASMA Low Level & Towers Scaffolding DURATION: 1 DAY For latest availability please call the training admin team on 01283 505777.

Abrasive Wheels Awareness DURATION: 1 DAY For latest availability please call the training admin team on 01283 505777.

Confined Spaces Awareness and Entry DURATION: 1 DAY For latest availability please call the training admin team on 01283 505777.

Fees (excl VAT) Member/Refresher

Exam

£225.00

-

Fees (excl VAT) Member/Refresher

Exam

£140.00

-

Fees (excl VAT) Member/Refresher

Exam

£140.00

-

Fees (excl VAT) Member/Refresher

Exam

£55.00

-

Fees (excl VAT) Member/Refresher

Exam

£160.00

-

Fees (excl VAT) Member/Refresher

Exam

£100.00

-

Fees (excl VAT) Member/Refresher

Exam

£120.00

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arca member list

quick

membership update

New ARCA Members: Asgen Limited Unit 10, Josselin Court, Burnt Mills Industrial Estate, Basildon, Essex SS13 1QF T: 01268 727 771 W: www.asgen.co.uk Bagnall UK Ltd Lexia House, West Yard, Lyncastle Way, Appleton, Warrington, Cheshire WA4 4ST T: 01925 214110 W: www.bagnalluk.com DMD Environmental Ltd Tare House, Oak Lodge Farm, North Walsham, Norwich, Norfolk NR6 7JG T: 01603 787499 W: www.dmd-environmental.co.uk

Members List South East Members 777 Environmental 158 Beddington Lane, Croydon, Surrey CR0 4TE T: 020 8689 6861 W: www.777group.com AA Woods Asbestos Abatement Woods House, River Way, Harlow, Essex CM20 2DP T: 01279 444630 W: www.aawoods.com Abastra Environmental Limited The Annex, Rhoden Cottage, Lucks Lane, Paddock Wood, Kent TN12 6PA T: 01892 838698 W: www.abastra.co.uk

Reliable Environmental Ltd Unit 33, Saffron Court, Southfields Business Park, Basildon, Essex SS15 6SS T: 01268 411468 W: www.reliableenvironmentalltd.co.uk

Active Environmental Management Unit 3, Thames Industrial Estate, Dunstable, Bedfordshire LU6 3HL T: 01959 569946 W: www.activeenviro.com

The following companies are no longer members of the Association:

Allan Dyson Asbestos Services Limited Cagex House, Leyden Road, Stevenage, Hertfordshire SG1 2BP T: 01438 360656 W: www.allandyson-asbestos.co.uk

Asbestos Equipment & Supplies - Associate Member Dorton Asbestos Removal Services Ltd - Full Member Ebrit Labour Services Ltd - Labour Supply Member Merryhill Environtec Limited - Full Member RDM Environmental Solutions LLP - Full Member

The following companies have changed their names: Think Asbestos now becomes Insight Safety Limited OCS Environmental Services Ltd now becomes Rhodar Industrial Services Ltd

All Weather Roofing & Construction Limited The Estates Office, Little Champions Farm Maplehurst Road, Horsham West Sussex RH13 6RN T: 01273 388088 W: www.theallweathergroup.co.uk Amstech Asbestos Removals Limited Unit F, Rich Industrial Estate, Avis Way, Newhaven, East Sussex BN9 0DU T: 01273 510011 W: www.amstech.co.uk Arco Environmental Limited Unit 8 Ashton Gate, Ashton Road, Harold Hill, Romford, Essex RM3 8UF T: 020 8508 0687 W: www.arcoenvironmental.com ARCS Environmental Limited Alton, Harrow Road, North Benfleet, Wickford, Essex SS12 9JW T: 01268 725477 W: www.arcsenvironmental.co.uk ARG Europe Limited Unit 2, New Ford Road, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire EN8 7PG T: 0208 804 8008 W: www.arggroup.org Arton Monoseal Limited 22 Hampton Grove, Epsom, Surrey KT17 1LA T: 0208 8730344 W: www.artonmonoseal.co.uk Asbestech Limited Unit Q2, Penfold Industrial Estate, Imperial Way, Watford, Hertfordshire WD24 4YY T: 0845 680 0055 W: www.asbestech.com Asbestos First Limited Hall Wood Business Park, North Dane Way, Chatham, Kent ME5 8YE T: 01634 864550 W: www.asbestosfirst.co.uk Asgen Limited Unit 10 Josselin Court, Burnt Mills Industrial Estate, Basildon Essex SS13 1QF T: 01268 727 771 W: www.asgen.co.uk Aspect Contracts Ltd Aspect House, Honywood Road, Basildon, Essex SS14 3DS T: 01268 534477 W: www.aspectcontracts.co.uk

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arca member list Best Environmental Solutions 12 Ardleigh, Basildon SS16 5RA T: 0800 970 4770 W: www.bestenvironmentalsolutions.co.uk Blue A Ltd Unit N, 100 Cecil Street, Watford WD24 5AF T: 01923 517 010 W: www.bluea.co.uk Brown & Mason Ltd Anson House, Schooner Court, Dartford, Kent DA2 6QQ T: 01322 277731 W: www.brownandmason.co.uk C Wood & Son (Luton) Limited Newbury House, 1 London Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 3UE T: 01582 722119 W: www.cwoodandson.co.uk

Eurolag Group Limited The Coach House, Baddow Park, West Hanningfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM2 7SY T: 01245 478901 W: www.eurolag.com European Asbestos Services Ltd Infinet House, 111 Windmill Road, Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex TW16 7EF T: 01932 773088 W: www.european-asbestos.co.uk Forest Environmental Limited Unit 10 - 13 Urban Hive, Theydon Road, London E5 9BQ T: 0208 880 5050 W: www.forestenvironmental.co.uk Furn Contracts Ltd 1 Falcon Park, Luckyn Lane, Basildon, Essex SS14 3AL T: 01268 820011 W: www.furncontracts.uk

Cablesheer (Asbestos) Ltd Cablesheer House, Murray Road, Orpington, Kent BR5 3QY T: 03300 249 040 W: www.cablesheergroup.co.uk

H Smith (Engineers) Limited 1st Floor Offices, The Manor Gatehouse, Priory Road, Dartford, Kent DA1 2BJ T: 01689 833581 W: www.hsmith.co.uk

Calder Insulations Limited Hilltop, High Road, Fobbing, Stanford le Hope, Essex SS17 9HN T: 01268 584731 W: www.calderinsulations.co.uk

Horizon Environmental Ltd Ovenden House, Wilcox Close, Aylesham Industrial Estate, Aylesham, Canterbury, Kent CT3 3EP T: 01304 849235 W: www.horizon-uk.com

Capstan Group Services Unit 20 Capstan Centre, Thurrock Park Way, Tilbury, Essex RM18 7HH T: 01375 842769 W: www.capstangroup.co.uk

Inner City Environmental Unit 5, Schooner Park, Schooner Court, Crossways Business Park, Dartford, Kent DA2 6NW T: 01322 273517 W: www.innercityenvironmental.co.uk

Clifford Devlin Limited Clifford House, Towcester Road, Bow, London E3 3ND T: 0207 5388721 W: www.clifford-devlin.co.uk

ION Environmental Solutions Ltd, Carey House, Great Central Way, Wembley, Middlesex HA9 0HR T: 01245 205500 W: www.careysplc.co.uk

Courtney Lang Contracts Ltd Unit 5, Crittall Place, Witham, Essex CM8 3DR T: 01376 553955 W: www.courtneylang.com

J Mould (Reading) Hydecrete Pit, Pingewood Road North, Burgh Bridge, Reading, Berkshire RG30 3XN T: 01189 575555 W: www.jmouldreading.co.uk

DDS Environmental Ltd Charles Anthony House, Manston Road, Margate, Kent CT9 4JW T: 01843 821 555 W: www.dds-demolition.co.uk

Jackson Environmental Ltd Keysoe Road, Thurleigh, Bedfordshire MK44 2EA T: 01234 771311 W: www.jacksonenvironmental.co.uk

Decontaminate (UK) Ltd Unit 24 Schooner Court, Crossways Business Park, Dartford, Kent DA2 6NW T: 01322 271200 W: www.decontaminateuk.com

Jeto Limited Southern Way, Rye Common, Odiham, Hook, Hampshire RG29 1HU T: 01256 703929 W: www.jeto.co.uk

Econ Construction Ltd Econ House, Old Maidstone Road, Ruxley, Sidcup, Kent DA14 5AZ T: 0208 300 2916 W: www.econconstruction.co.uk

John F Hunt Demolition Limited Europa Park, London Road, Grays, Essex RM20 4DB T: 01375 366716 W: www.johnfhunt.co.uk

ECT Environmental Ltd Unit 6, Fanton Hall Farm, Off Arterial Road, Wickford, Essex SS11 8XR T: 0844 8000 834 W: www.ect.uk.com Edenbeck Ltd, Edenbeck House, Unit 5, Swan Wharf Business Centre, Waterloo Road, Uxbridge UB8 2RA T: 0845 073 8602 W: www.edenbeck.co.uk Environmental Asbestos Solutions Ltd Unit 8 Taber Place, Crittall Road, Witham, Essex CM8 3YP T: 01376 517779 W: www.envasbsol.com Erith Contractors Limited Erith House, Queen Street, Erith, Kent DA8 1RP T: 0370 950 8800 W: www.erith.com

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Keltbray Environmental Solutions Saint Andrews House, Portsmouth Road, Esher, Surrey KT10 9TA T: 020 7643 1000 W: www.keltbray.com M H Goldsmith & Sons Ltd 21A Station Road, Knebworth, Hertfordshire SG3 6AP T: 01438 814565 W: www.goldsmithasbestos.co.uk McGee Group Limited 340 - 342 Athlon Road, Wembley, Middlesex HA0 1BX T: 0208 9914090 W: www.mcgee.co.uk Pier Contractors Ltd Unit 5, Woodside Industrial Estate, Thornwood, Epping, Essex CM16 6IJ T: 01992 576404 W: www.piercontractslimited.com

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arca member list Reliable Environmental Ltd Unit 33, Saffron Court, Southfields Business Park, Basildon Essex SS15 6SS T: 01268 411468 W: www.reliableenvironmentalltd.co.uk

Lawson Environmental Ltd Station Yard, Station Road, Shrivenham, Swindon SN6 8JL T: 01793 782000 W: www.lawsongroup.co.uk

R&F Insulations Ltd Unit 5, Hall Road Industrial Estate, Hall Road, Southminster, Essex CM0 7DA T: 01621 774800 W: www.randf-insulation.co.uk

MSS Environmental Ltd MSS House, Galdames Place, Ocean Park, Cardiff CF24 5RE T: 02920 432841 W: www.themssgroup.co.uk

Rhodar Industrial Services Ltd, Unit 1A, Pacific Wharf, Hertford Road, Barking, Essex IG11 8BL T: 0208 591 6677 W: www.rhodar.co.uk

Phoenix Asbestos Recovery Ltd Units 6/7, Gorseinon Business Park, Gorseinon Road, Gorseinon, Swansea SA4 4DQ T: 01792 310460 W: www.phoenixasbestos.co.uk

Romford Insulations Limited Unit 1, Thurrock Park Way, Tilbury, Essex RM18 7HZ T: 01375 363601 W: www.romfordgroup.com

RH Insulation Services Limited D7, Segensworth Business Centre, Segensworth Road, Fareham, Hants PO15 5RQ T: 01329 840360 W: www.rhinsulation.co.uk

SL Environmental Ltd Unit 16, Blue Chalet Industrial Park, London Road, West Kingsdown, Kent TN15 6BQ T: 01474 854465 W: www.slcontracts.com Southern Asbestos Services Limited Riverside Business Centre, River Lawn Road, Tonbridge, Kent TN9 1EP T: 01892 723171 W: www.sasbestos.com Spectra Analysis Services Ltd Unit 2, Olympic Business Centre, Paycocke Road, Basildon, Essex SS14 3EX T: 01268 534380 W: www.spectra-analysis.co.uk Squibb Group Limited KT House, Stanhope Industrial Park, Stanford Le Hope, Essex SS17 0EH T: 0208 5947143 W: www.squibbgroup.com

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Severn Insulation Co Ltd Somerton House, Clos Marion, Cardiff, South Glamorgan CF10 4LQ T: 02920 471040 W: www.severninsulation.co.uk Shield Environmental Services Ltd Shield House, Caxton Business Park, Crown Way, Warmley, Bristol, Avon BS30 8XJ T: 0117 960 6366 W: www.shieldenvironmental.co.uk Solent Environmental Services (Asbestos) Ltd Unit 4 Hardley Industrial Estate, Hardley, Southampton, Hampshire SO45 3NQ T: 02380 815080 W: www.solentenvironmental.co.uk S Roberts & Son (Bridgewater) Ltd Castlefields, The Drove, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 4AG T: 01278 422521 W: www.srobertsandson.co.uk

Syd Bishop & Sons (Demolition) Limited Waldens Road, Orpington, Kent BR5 4EU T: 01689 820315 W: www.sydbishop.co.uk

Swindon Borough Council Waterside Park, Darby Close, Swindon SN2 2PN T: 01793 464729 W: www.swindon.gov.uk

Trident Contract Services Limited Unit 44, Bowler Croft, Honywood Road, Basildon, Essex SS14 3ED T: 01268 527515

Wring Group Vale Lane, Bedminster, Bristol, Avon BS3 5RU T: 01179 231320 W: www.wringgroup.co.uk

South West & Wales Members

Midlands Members

Abbey Contracting Ltd Unit 1 Fideoak Mill, Bishop’s Hull, Taunton, Somerset TA4 1AF T: 01458 833800 W: www.abbeycontracting.co.uk

AIB Solutions Ltd Unit 804, Lowfield Drive, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire ST5 0UU T: 01782 613773 W: www.aibsolutions.co.uk

Bond Demolition Limited Unit 15E, Bedwas House Industrial Estate, Bedwas, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan CF83 8DW T: 02920 888788 W: www.bonddemolition.co.uk

All Clear Services Ltd Chrysotile House, Unit 5, Heath Road, Darlaston, West Midlands WS10 8LP T: 0121 5264839 W: www.allclearenv.com

Cuddy Environmental Ltd Unit 1, Francis House, Tank Farm Road, Llandarcy, Neath, Glamorgan SA10 6EN T: 01792 321110 W: www.cuddy-group.com

Amicus Environmental Ltd Unit C1 New Yatt Business Centre, New Yatt, Witney, Oxfordshire OX29 6TJ T: 01993 869320 W: www.amicus-environmental.co.uk

Economic Insulations (Portsmouth) Ltd Whittle Avenue, Segensworth West, Fareham, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO15 5SH T: 01489 582588 W: www.economic-insulation.co.uk

Amity Insulation Services Ltd Windrush House, Lynch Hill, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire OX29 5BB T: 01865 733733 W: www.amitygroup.co.uk

Hampshire Environmental Services Ltd Unit 1 Withy Park, Withy Meadows, Dutton Lane, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO50 6AB T: 02380 011761 W: www.hesgroup.org.uk Hereford Asbestos Services Ltd, Sigeric Business Park, Holme Lacy Road, Rotherwas, Hereford HR2 6BQ T: 01432 270113 W: www.herefordasbestos.co.uk

Armac Environmental Ltd Stonebridge House, Kenilworth Road,Meriden, West Midlands CV7 7LJ T: 01675 443788 W: www.armacgroup.co.uk

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Asbestos Abatement Services Unit 1 North Street, Walsall, West Midlands WS2 8AU T: 01922 644712 W: www.asbestosonline.co.uk

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arca member list Axiom Building Solutions Ltd 280 Woodend Road, Wednesfield, Wolverhampton WV11 1YD T: 01902 728289 W www.axiom-asbestos.co.uk

Interserve Environmental Services 3rd Floor, Litchurch Plaza, Litchurch Lane, Derbyshire DE24 8AA T: 01332 663001 W: www.interserve.com

Bloxwich Environmental Services Ltd Unit C Field Street, Willenhall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV13 2NX T: 01902 630099 W: www.bloxwichasbestos.co.uk

J Cullen Thermals Ltd The Old Forge, Bromsgrove Road, Belbroughton, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY9 9UJ T: 0121 327 5260 W: www.jcullenthermals.com

Blucon Environmental Limited The Pump House, Poolhead Lane, Earlswood, Solihull, West Midlands B94 5ES T: 01564 635001 W: www.blucon.co.uk

KAEFER LTD 63 Portland Street, Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottingham NR19 8BE T: 01623 781200 W: www.kaefercd.co.uk

Burton Environmental Services Ltd Unit 1, Wetmore Lane, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire DE14 1RH T: 01283 517374 W: www.bes-online.com Central Environmental Services Ltd Suite A1 Imex Business Centre, Flaxley Road, Stechford, Birmingham, West Midlands B33 9AL T: 0121 783 4050 W: www.centralasbestos.com City Insulation Contractors Limited Unit 5, Wheatley Business Centre,Old London Road, Wheatley, Oxfordshire OX33 1XW T: 01865 715173 W: www.cityins.co.uk CMEC Demolition Ltd William Isaac Building, Gibbons Street, Dunkirk, Nottinghamshire NG7 2SB T: 0115 942 0600 W: www.cmecdemo.com Colspar Environmental Services Ltd Unit 3 Rayleigh Court, Ayr Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG7 4GA T: 0115 910 0179 W: www.colspar.com

M & D Carpentry & Building Contracts Ltd Unit 21 Enfield Industrial Estate, Redditch, Worcester B97 6BY T: 01527 597783 W: www.mdcarpentry.co.uk M & G Services Ltd Unit 2 Pintail Close, Victoria Business Park, Netherfield, Nottinghamshire NG4 2SG T: 0115 9613222 W: www.mgservicesltd.com Maylarch Environmental Limited Oakwood, Oakfields Industrial Estate, Eynsham, Oxfordshire OX29 4TH T: 01865 883829 W: www.maylarch.co.uk MIC Group Ltd Devirgo House, Valepits Road, Garretts Green, Birmingham B33 0TD T: 0121 784 7226 W: www.mic-env.co.uk Midlands Asbestos Solutions Ltd Unit 8, Crompton Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 4BG T: 0115 9326521 W: www.midlandsasbestossolutions.co.uk

Crystal Environmental Services 4 Stanton Court, Merlin Way, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 4RA T: 0115 9303 147 W: www.crystalenvironmental.co.uk

MJW Asbestos Removal & Re-Insulation Services Ltd Unit 4 Barton Road, Long Eaton, Nottinghamshire NG10 2FN T: 0115 972 0145 W: www.mjw-asbestos.co.uk

D J Hinton & Co Limited Road 2, Hoobrook Industrial Estate, Worcester Road, Kidderminster DY10 1HY T: 01299 402455 W: www.dj-hinton.co.uk

Omega Environmental Services Ltd Suite 1, 1st Floor, Birch Lane Business Park, Stonnall, Aldridge WS9 0NF T: 01922 215215 W: www.omega-enviro.co.uk

DSM Demolition Ltd Arden House, Arden Road, Heartlands, West Midlands B8 1DE T: 0121 322 2225 W: www.dsmgroup.info

Oracle Solutions Asbestos Ltd Unit 13, Henson Way, Telford Way Industrial Estate, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN16 8PX T: 0844 8000801 W: www.oracleasbestos.com

Envirocall Ltd Elmdon House, Unit 2, Station Road, Coleshill B46 1HT T: 01675 464881 W: www.envirocall.co.uk

Phoenix (Leicester) Ltd Unit 16, Phoenix House, Marlow Road Ind Estate, Marlow Road, Leicester LE3 2BQ T: 0116 281 6850 W: www.phoenix-leicester.co.uk

Enviro-Safe Ltd 58A Stratford Street North, Birmingham, West Midlands B11 1BP T: 01217 727774 W: www.enviro-safe.co.uk Gloucester Asbestos Ltd Stroud Road, Brookthorpe, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL4 0UQ T: 01452 813883 W: www.glosasdem.co.uk HB Insulations (Notts) Ltd Unit 3, Falcon Court, Manners Industrial Estate, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8EF T: 0115 944 0244 W: www.hbinsulations.com Insulation Contracting Services Ltd 2 Butchers Court, 1692-1694 High Street, Knowle, Solihull B93 0LY T: 01564 779204 W: www.ics-asbestos.co.uk

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React Environmental Services Ltd Stanhope Road, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9BE T: 01283 550503 W: www.react-env.co.uk Reactive Integrated Services Ltd Shobnall Road, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire DE14 2BB T: 01283 566 659 W: www.reactive-services.com Safeline Environmental Unit 231-232 IKON Trading Estate, Droitwich Road, Hartlebury DY10 4EU T: 01299 251083 W: www.safeline-environmental.co.uk SWS Environmental Services Ltd Unit 9 & 10 Hazel Court, Burma Road, Blidworth, Nottinghamshire NG21 0RY T: 01623 491764 W: www.swsenvironmental.co.uk

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arca member list TES Environmental Services Ltd Unit 6 Griffin Business Park, Walmer Way, Chelmsey Wood, Birmingham B37 7UX T: 0121 2440427 W: www.tesenvironmental-ltd.co.uk

Insight Safety Limited 1 Park Road North Industrial Estate, St Georges Place, Blackhill, Consett, Co Durham DH8 5UN T: 01207 438313 W: www.insightsafety.co.uk

Wellington Insulation Co Ltd Unit B2 Halesfield 21, Telford, Shropshire TF7 4NX T: 01952 587087 W: www.wellingtoninsulation.co.uk

MGL Demolition Ltd Rennys Lane, Dragonville Ind Est, County Durham DH1 2RS T: 0191 383 9900 W: www.mglgroup.co.uk

East Anglian Members Alliance Asbestos Services Ltd Unit 1, Downing Park, Station Road, Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire CB25 0NW T: 01223 812987 W: www.alliance-asbestos-services.co.uk Anglian Demolition & Asbestos Ltd Anglian Business Centre, West Carr Road, Attleborough NR17 1AN T: 01953 608050 W: www.angliandemo.co.uk DMD Environmental Ltd Tare House, Oak Lodge Farm, North Walsham, Norwich, Norfolk NR6 7JG T: 01603 787499 W: www.dmd-environmental.co.uk Mick George Environmental Ltd 6 Lancaster Way, Ermine Business Park, Huntingdon PE29 6XU T: 01480 220534 W: www.mickgeorge.co.uk

Rilmac Insulation Ltd Crofton Drive, Allenby Road Industrial Estate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN3 4NJ T: 01522 531711 W: www.rilmac.co.uk

A Buckler Haulage Ltd 24 - 28 Marsh Road, Middlesbrough TS1 5LB T: 01642 243399 W: www.bucklerdemolition.co.uk Chirmarn Ltd Newburn Bridge Road, Blaydon, Tyne & Wear NE21 4NT T: 01914 148000 W: www.chirmarn.co.uk Clarkes Environmental Ltd 2 Moxon Court, Thurston Road, Northallerton DL6 2NG T: 01609 772001 W: www.clarkesenvironmental.co.uk EM1 Ltd Mill Hill Farm, Deighton, Northallerton DL6 2HL T: 01609 881064 W: www.em1ltd.co.uk

Henderson Environmental Services Ltd Unit 4, Sands Industrial Estate, Swalwell, Newcastle upon Tyne NE16 3DJ T: 0191 488 5195 W: www.hendersonenvironmental.co.uk

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Wood Group Industrial Services Ltd St Omers Road, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE11 9EZ T: 01914 932600 W: www.woodgroup-psn.com

North West Members Addison Green Ltd Unit 4, Brookfield Business Park, Clay Lane, Shiptonthorpe, York YO43 3PU T: 01430 803045 W: www.addisongreen.co.uk

Allpoint Industrial Solutions Graphite House, High Street, Crigglestone, Wakefield WF4 3EF T: 01924 229 399 W: www.allpointasbestos.co.uk Asbestos Business Contractors Ltd Alexandra House, Unit D, Parkside Business Park, Golborne, Warrington WA3 3PY T: 0844 4142121 W: www.abc-asbestos.com

North East Members

Grade 3 Limited Bendel House, Temple Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU5 1AD T: 01482 330525 W: www.grade3ltd.com

Tolent Solutions Limited Ravensworth House, 5th Avenue Business Park, Team Valley, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear NE11 0HF T: 0191 487 0505 W: www.tolent.co.uk

Advanced Asbestos Removal Contractors Ltd 7A Paddock Road, Pimbo Industrial Estate, Skelmersdale, Lancashire WN8 9PL T: 01695 728998 W: www.aarcltd.co.uk

Kershaw Contracting Services Ltd Edward Leonard House, Pembroke Avenue, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire CB25 9QR T: 01223 715800 W: www.kershawcontracting.co.uk

G O’Brien & Sons Ltd Cleadon House, Cleadon Lane, East Boldon, Tyne & Wear NE36 0AJ T: 0191 537 4332 W: www.g-obrien.co.uk

Thompsons of Prudhoe Ltd Princess Way, Low Prudhoe, Northumberland NE42 6PL T: 01661 832422 W: www.thompsonsofprudhoe.com

Asbestos Clearance & Disposal Services Ltd Unit A7, The Dresser Centre, Whitworth Street, Openshaw, Greater Manchester M11 2NE T: 0161 2232640 W: www.winsulate.co.uk Asbestos Control & Treatment Ltd 14 Lingard Court, Skypark Trading Estate, Owen Drive, Liverpool, Merseyside L24 1YL T: 0845 017 0505 W: www.act.uk.net Bagnall UK Ltd Lexia House, West Yard, Lyncastle Way, Appleton, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 4ST T: 01925 214110 W: www.bagnalluk.com Bardon Environmental Ltd President Park, President Way, Sheffield S4 7UR T: 0845 500 8050 W: www.bardon-environmental.co.uk Bilfinger Industrial Services UK Ltd Axis House, Tudor Road, Manor Park, Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 1BD T: 01928 530000 W: www.is-uk.bilfinger.com BLS Asbestos Limited Unit 12, A One Business Park, 370 Bradford Road, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 4DJ T: 01484 400558 W: www.blsasbestos.co.uk Bradley Demolition Ltd Kent Street, Preston PR1 1PE T: 01772 280256 W: www.bradley-demolition-asbestos.co.uk

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arca member list City Services Group LLP City House, 124a Chesterfield Road, Barlborough, Chesterfield S43 4TT T: 01246 813030 W: www.cityscaffolding.co.uk

KDC Contractors Ltd Sharston Green Business Park, 1 Robeson Way, Manchester M22 4SW T: 0161 947 2150 W: www.kdc.co.uk

Connell Bros Ltd Orchard House, Orchard Street, Salford, Manchester, Greater Manchester M6 6FL T: 0161 925 0606 W: www.connellbrothers.co.uk

Kirklees Building Services Flint Street, Fartown, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD1 6LF T: 01484 221000 W: www.buildingservices.kirklees.gov.uk

Cordtape Environmental Services Ltd Finchwell Close, Handsworth, Sheffield S13 9DF T: 0114 243 1239 W: www.cordtape.co.uk

LAR Ltd Unit 5 Crossley Park Industrial Estate, Crossley Road, Stockport Cheshire SK4 5BF T: 01619 479628 W: www.larltd.com

Countrywide Environmental Services Ltd 18 Sinclair Way, Prescot Business Park Prescot, Merseyside L34 1PB T: 0151 426 2110 W: www.countrywide-environmental.co.uk Crest Environmental Ltd Alma Street, St Helens, Merseyside WA9 3AR T: 01744 750100 W: www.crest-env-asbestos.co.uk Demolition Services DSL House, Wortley Moor Road, Wortley, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS12 4JE T: 01132 794286 W: www.demolish.co.uk D Hughes Demolition & Excavation Ltd Coteman Heights Farm, Ship Lane, Delph, Oldham OL3 5RW T: 0161 624 3460 W: www.dhughesdemolition.co.uk E4 Environmental Ltd Unit 13a Provincial Park, Nether Lane, Ecclesfield, Sheffield E35 92X T: 0114 245 4449 W: www.e4ltd.co.uk Emchia Asbestos Solutions Ltd Unit 30, Longwood Road, Trafford Park, Manchester M17 1PZ T: 0161 706 0246 W: www.emchia.co.uk

Local Asbestos Services Ltd Unit 25, Salisbury Road, Haydock Industrial Estate, Haydock, Merseyside WA11 9XG T: 0333 2004797 W: www.las-asbestos.co.uk McHale Contracts and Plant Environmental LLP Spartan Road, Low Moor, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD12 0RY T: 01274 601021 W: www.mcp-environmental.com Northern Insulation Contractors (UK) Ltd Caroline House, High Street, Stalybridge, Stockport, Cheshire SK15 1SE T: 01613 031899 W: www.northerninsulation.com Reddish Vale Insulations Ltd Vale House, Franklin Street, Oldham OL1 2DP T: 0161 688 6444 W: www.reddishvale.co.uk Rhodar Limited Unit C Astra Park, Parkside Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS11 5SZ T: 0113 2700775 W: www.rhodar.co.uk Thomson Ltd Monk Fryston Park, Betteras Hill, Hillam, Leeds LS25 5PF T: 01977 686100 W: www.thomson-group.co.uk

Green Contract Services Ltd Old Hall, Brickhouse 2, Congleton Road, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 4SR T: 01270 760379 W: www.greencs.co.uk

UK Environmental & Asbestos Solutions Ltd 3 Orrell Road, Pemberton, Wigan, Greater Manchester WN5 8EW T: 0151 520 2772 W: www.uk-eas.co.uk

Hird Environmental Unit 3, Perseverance Mill, Giles Street, Bradford BD6 3HS T: 01274 883235 W: www.hirdenvironmental.co.uk

Scottish Members

Howard Stott Demolition Limited Castle Clough Farm, Hapton, Burnley BB12 7LN T: 01282 680120 W: www.stottdemolition.com Hutchinson Asbestos Removal Ltd Healey Business Park,Unit 4, Healey Lane, Batley, West Yorkshire WF17 8EZ T: 01924 900078 W: www.harltd.org Insul-Eight Environmental Ltd Canal Yard, Cavendish Street, Ashton under Lyne OL6 7QL T: 0161 3303131 W: www.insul-eight.co.uk John Beech Ltd Dock Road North, Bromborough, Wirrall, Cheshire CH62 4TQ T: 0151 645 7571 W: www.beech-group.co.uk J C Asbestos Solutions Ltd Unit B1, Newlands House, 60 Chain House Lane, New Longton, Preston PR4 4LB T: 01772 610730 W: www.jcasbestos.com

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ARDS Limited 70 Johnstone Avenue, Hillington Park, Glasgow G52 4NZ T: 0141 8831151 W: www.ardsltd.co.uk Asbestos Specialists (UK) Ltd 36 Moycroft Road, Moycroft Industrial Estate, Elgin, Moray IV30 1XE T: 01343 548277 W: www.asbe.co.uk Bilfinger Salamis UK Limited 4 Greenhole Place, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen AB23 SEU T: 01224 246447 W: www.salamis.bilflnger.com Carymar Construction Services Ltd 79-81 Back Sneddon Street, Paisley, Renfrewshire PA3 2BT T: 0141 842 8070 W: www.carymar.co.uk Central Demolition Ltd Central House, Chattan Industrial Estate, Bonnyside Road, Bonnybridge FK4 2AG T: 01324 815700 W: www.centraldemolition.co.uk Chamic Industrial Services Ltd 27 Bankhead Drive, Edinburgh EH11 4DN T: 0131 453 4147 W: www.chamicgroup.co.uk

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City Building (Glasgow) LLP 350 Darnick Street, Glasgow G21 4BA T: 0141 287 2200 W www.citybuildingglasgow.co.uk

Asbestaway Ltd Unit 6 West Link Business Park, Doughcloyne Industrial Estate, Cork, Republic of Ireland T: 00353 21 4209335 W: www.asbestaway.ie

Damada Asbestos Removals Ltd 5 Wilson Place, Nerston Industrial Estate, East Kilbride, Lanarkshire G74 4QD T: 01355 271999 W: www.damada.co.uk

Harrington Asbestos Removal Unit 73, Grange Close, Baldoyle Industrial Estate, Baldoyle, Dublin 13, Dublin, Ireland. T: 00353 01 8326292 W: www.har.ie

Dem-Master Demolition Ltd Pottishaw Place, Whitehill Industrial Estate, Bathgate EH48 2EN T: 01506 654845 W: www.dem-master.co.uk Enviraz (Scotland) Ltd Curran House, 25 Kelvin Avenue, Hillington Park, Glasgow G52 4LT T: 0141 882 8440 W: www.enviraz.co.uk GK Contracts (Scotland) Ltd 30 Kelvin Avenue, Hillington Park, Glasgow G52 4LT T: 0141 530 9484 W: www.gkscotland.co.uk Northern Asbestos Services Ltd 14 Perimeter Road, Pinefield Industrial Estate, Elgin, Moray IV30 6AF T: 01343 552650 W: www.northernasbestos.co.uk NRC Environmental Services ( UK) Limited 4 River Drive, Cromba House, Teaninich Industrial Estate, Alness, Ross-shire IV17 0PG T: 01349 884480 W: www.sureclean.com Reigart Contracts Ltd Reigart House, 16 Hornock Road, Coatbridge, Scotland ML5 2QJ T: 01236 431290 W: www.reigart.com

IMAC Group 7 Lower Main Street, Dungiven, County Londonderry BT47 4LD T: 028 777 41143 W: www.imacgroup.co.uk Insulation & Environmental Services Ltd Unit 56, Block 503, Greenogue Business Park, Rathcoole, Co. Dublin. Republic of Ireland T: 00353 1401 6118 W: www.ieservices.ie John Tinnelly & Sons Ltd 46 Forkhill Road, Newry, County Down BT35 8LZ T: 02830 365331 W: www.tinnelly.com MCE Contract Services Ltd Unit 11, Termon Business Park, Milestone Centre, Carrickmore, Co Tyrone, N Ireland BT79 9AL T: 0288 076 1900 W: www.mceservices.co.uk Safeway Environmental 1 The Jaynes, Brandon, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Republic of Ireland T: 00353 66 7138880 W: www.safewayenvironmental.ie

Specialist Building & Asbestos Services Ltd 2 Canyon Road, Netherton Industrial Estate, Wishaw, Lanarkshire ML2 0E T: 01698 359966 W: www.scottishasbestos.co.uk Stork Technical Services Norfolk House, Pitmedden Road, Dyce, Aberdeenshire AB21 0DP T: 01224 722888 W: www.stork.com

Members List South East Members AC & MS Limited Suite 1 Enterprise House, Kings Road, Canvey Island, Essex SS8 0QY T: 01268 680136 W: www.acandms.co.uk Adams Environmental Ltd Unit 6 Kimpton Link Business Park, 40 Kimpton Road, Sutton, Surrey SM3 9QP T: 0208 6416000 W: www.adamsenvironmental.co.uk Adamson’s Laboratory Services Ltd 49 Lampits Hill, Corringham, Essex SS17 9AA T: 01375 673279 W: www.als-envex.net Airtech Analysis Ltd Unit 6 Blenheim Court, Hurricane Way, Wickford, Essex, SS11 8YT T: 01268 562645 W: www.airtechanalysisltd.com

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Armstrong York Asbestos Environmental Ltd Stanhope Industrial Park, Wharf Road, Stanford Le Hope SS17 0EH T: 0870 3500375 W: www.armstrong-york.com Asbestos Consultants Europe Ltd, Magnet Road, Grays, Essex RM20 4DP T: 01375 366777 W: www.aceconsultants.co.uk Ayerst Environmental Ltd 182a High Street, Beckenham, Bromley, Kent BR3 1EW T: 0208 6588050 W: www.ayerstenv.com Bauer Analysis Unit 41 Bowlers Croft, Honywood Road, Basildon Essex SS14 3DZ T: 01268 520 667 W: www.bauerc.co.uk Bureau Veritas UK Ltd Langlands House, 130 Sandringham Avenue, Harlow, Essex CM19 5QA T: 0845 600 1828 W: www.bureauveritas.co.uk

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atac member list Cavendish Laboratories Limited Miller Barn, The Warren Estate, Lordship Road, Writtle, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 3WT T: 01245 422800 W: www.cavendishlaboratories.com Clearwater Environmental Ltd First Floor, 99 Bridge Road East, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire AL7 1GL T: 01707 294949 W: www.clearwater-environmental.com Core Surveys Ltd Knight Court, Bevernbridge, South Chailey, East Sussex BN8 4QF T: 08450 758316 W: www.coresurveys.co.uk Envirochem Analytical Laboratories Ltd 12 The Gardens, Broadcut, Fareham, Hampshire PO16 8SS T: 01329 287777 W: www.envirochem.co.uk Environtec Limited Environtec House, The Street, Hatfield Peverel, Chelmsford CM3 2EJ T: 01245 381900 W: www.environtec.com ENV Surveys Ltd Formula House, 12 Upper Hollingdean Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 7GA T: 01273 506098 W: www.envsurveys.com Fibre Management Ltd Unit 3, Bulrushes Business Park, Coombe Hill Road, East Grinstead RH19 4LZ T: 01342 313848 W: www.fibremanagement.co.uk

South West & Wales Members ABP Associates Ltd Unit 8, Chancery Gate Business Centre, Manor House Avenue, Southampton SO15 0AE T: 02380 528571 W: www.abp.uk.com ASI Environmental Ltd 6 Testwood Lane, Totton, Southampton, Hampshire SO40 3AQ T: 02380 427750 W www.asi-surveys.co.uk ASM Compliance Limited Horton House, Tank Farm Road, Llandarcy, Swansea SA10 6EN T: 0844 8560668 W: www.asmcompliance.com Resource and Environmental Consultants Ltd Osprey House, Pacific Quay, Broadway, Manchester M50 2UE T: 01752 347789 W: www.recltd.co.uk Santia Asbestos Management Ltd Axys House, Heol Crochendy, Parc Nantgarw, Cardiff CF15 7TW T: 0330 024 1444 W: www.santia.co.uk

Midlands Members Acivico Ltd Louisa House, 92-93 Edward Street, Birmingham B1 2RA T: 0121 3039300 W: www.bcl-testing.co.uk

Gully Howard Technical Ltd Unit 5, St Georges Square, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO1 3EY T: 02392 728040 W: www.ghtechnical.com

ALS Environmental Torrington Avenue, Coventry, Warwickshire CV4 9GU T: 02476 421213 W: www.alsenvironmental.co.uk

Life Environmental Services Ltd 4 Ducketts Wharf, South Street, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire CM23 3AR T: 01279 503117 W: www.lifeenvironmental.com

BDA Surveying Ltd 16 Chapel Street, Oadby, Leicester LE2 5AD T: 0116 271 9179 W: www.bdasurveying.co.uk

Merryhill Asbestos Testing & Consulting Merryhill House, Budds Lane, Romsey, Hampshire SO51 0HA T: 01794 515848 W: www.merryhillenvirotec.com PA Group (UK) Ltd The Granary, Pinden Farm, Dartford, Kent DA2 8EA T: 0845 474 0172 W: www,pagroupuk.com Riverside Environmental Ltd Unit 12 Whiffens Farm, Clement Street, Hextable, Kent BR8 7PQ T: 0870 9500161 W: www.riversideenvironmental.co.uk

Bradley Environmental Consultants Limited 20 Stourbridge Road, Halesowen, West Midlands B63 3US T: 0121 5500224 W: www.bradley-enviro.co.uk Clearview Environmental Ltd North Street, Wigston, Leicester LE18 1PS T: 01162 888256 W: www.clearviewenv.com DMW Environmental Safety Ltd Unit 4 Calibre Industrial Park, Laches Close, Four Ashes, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV10 7DZ T: 01902 791565 W: www.dmwsafety.co.uk

RPS Health Safety & Environment 35 Newbridge Street, London EC4V 6BW T: 020 7280 3240 W: www.rpsgroup.com

Ensafe Consultants The Forge, Blisworth Hill Farm, Stoke Road, Blisworth, Northampton NN7 3DB T: 01604 878190 W: www.ensafe.co.uk

Spectra Analysis Services Limited Unit 2 Olympic Business Centre, Paycocke Road, Basildon, Essex SS14 3EX T: 01268 534380 W: www.spectra-analysis.co.uk

Environmental Essentials Ltd Unit 3 Arlington Court, Silverdale Enterprise Park, Cannel Row, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire ST5 6SS T: 0845 4569953 W: www.environmentalessentials.co.uk

Tersus Consultancy Ltd First Floor Rainham House, Manor Way, Rainham, Essex RM13 8RH T: 01708 555705 W: www.tersusgroup.co.uk

Environmental Scientifics Group Ltd Bretby Business Park, Ashby Road, Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire DE15 0YZ T: 01283 554499 W: www.esg.co.uk

WSP UK Ltd WSP House, 70 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1AF T: 0207 3145000 W: www.wspenvironmental.com

Oracle Solutions Ltd Unit 13, Henson Way, Telford Way Industrial Estate, Kettering, Northamptonshire NN16 8PX T: 0844 8000801 W: www.oracleasbestos.com

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atac member list PKL Consultants Ltd Room 14, Lymedale Business Centre, Lymedale Business Park, Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire ST5 9QF T: 01782 566252 W: www.pklconsultants.co.uk Qualsurv International Ltd 8 Charles Court, Budbrooke Road, Warwickhire CV34 5LZ T: 0845 225 1040 W: www.qualsurv.co.uk Westland Environmental Safety Ltd Unit 2 Lymevale Court (Ground Floor), Parklands, Trent Vale, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire ST4 6NW T: 01782 624642 W: www.westlandasbestos.co.uk

East Anglian Members Broadland Group Ltd Unit 13, Henderson Business Centre, Ivy Road, Norwich, Norfolk NR5 8BF T: 01603 251707 W: www.broadland-group.co.uk Thames Laboratories Ltd Hollow Farm, Hilton Road, Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire PE28 9LJ T: 01480 891800 W: www.thameslabs.co.uk

lnspectas Compliance Ltd Suite 1.11, Woodhead House, Woodhead Road, Birstall, near Leeds WF17 9TD T: 0844 2640094 W: www.inspectas.co.uk McHale Contracts & Plant Environmental LLP Spartan Road, Low Moor, Bradford BD12 0RY T: 01274 601021 W: www.mcp-environmental.com Northstar Environmental Ltd Suite 1A, First Floor, Beech House, Oaklands Office Park, Hooton Road, Hooton, Ellesmere Port CH66 7NZ T: 0800 048 6000 W: www.northstarenvironmental.co.uk OHEC (UK) Ltd Oakhill Court, 171 Bury New Road, Prestwich, Manchester M25 9ND T: 0161 7733701 W: www.ohec.co.uk PCS Asbestos Consultants First Floor, 2 Moor Lane, Highburton, Huddersfield HD8 0QS T: 01484 604920 W: www.pcs-asbestos.co.uk Pennington Choices Limited The Old Barn, Brookfield House, Tarporley Road, Norcott Brook, Warrington WA4 4EA T: 01928 568842 W: www.pennington.org.uk

North East Members ASKAMS Compliance Services Ltd Unit 10, Atley Business Park, Atley Way, Cramlington, Northumberland NE23 1WP T: 01670 737355 W: www.askams.co.uk Franks Portlock Consulting Limited Unit 2b Hylton Park, Sunderland SR5 3HD T: 01914193116 W: www.franksportlock.co.uk Lucion Environmental Ltd Unit 7, Halifax Court, Dunston, Gateshead NE11 9JT T: 0191 4618999 W: www.lucion.co.uk Micron Analytical Ltd Concorde House, Bessemer Way, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire DN15 8XE T: 01724 859984 W: www.micronanalytical.co.uk Omega Asbestos Consulting Ltd Wellsprings Business Centre, Durham Road West, Bowburn, Durham DH6 5AU T: 01191 377 0900 W: www.omega-asbestos.co.uk SGS MIS Environmental Eden House, Watling Street Industrial Estate Leadgate, Consett, County Durham DH8 6TA T: 01207 500463 W: www.mis-environmental.co.uk

North West Members Acorn Analytical Services Ltd Colbeck House, Colbeck Row Business Park, Birstall, West Yorkshire WF17 9NR. T: 01924 443552. W: www.acorn-as.com Airborne Environmental Consultants Ltd 23 Wheelforge Way, Trafford Park, Manchester, Greater Manchester M17 1EH T: 0161 8727111 W: www.aec.uk.net All Clear Solutions Ltd Spen Valley House, Rawfords Industrial Estate, Bradford Road, Cleckheaton BD19 5LT T: 01274 861759 W: www.allclearsolutions.co.uk

Resource and Environmental Consultants Ltd Osprey House, Pacific Quay, Broadway, Manchester M50 2UE T: 0161 868 1300 W: www.recltd.co.uk Richard L Thomas Associates Ltd 1st Floor, 120 Ashton Road, Denton, Greater Manchester M34 3JE T: 01613 206789 W: www.rtasbestos.co.uk Scope-It Surveys Ltd Unit 14, The Quad, Gibfield Park Avenue, Manchester M46 0SY T: 01942 879067 W: www.scope-it-group.com Shields On-Site Services Brindley House, Lowfield Business Park, Premier Way, Elland, North Yorkshire HX5 9HF T: 01484 545533 WYG Environment Planning Transport Ltd Arndale Court, Otley Road, Headingley, West Yorkshire LS6 2UJ T: 01132 787111 W: www.wyg.com/services/asbestos

Scottish Members ACS Physical Risk Control Ltd Unit 14, Claremont Centre, Durham Street, Glasgow, Strathclyde G41 1BS T: 01414 275171 W: www.acs-env.com

Ireland Members HBE Risk Management Craigmore House, 19 Millvale Road, Newry, Co Down BT35 7NH T: 0283 083 9033 W: www.hberm.com Occupational Hygiene & Safety Services Unit 2, Beat Centre, Stephenstown Estate, Bulbriggan, Co. Dublin ROI T: 00353 1 6905907 W: www.ohss.ie

Euro Environmental Ltd Atlas 6, Balby Carr Bank, Doncaster, Yorkshire DN4 5JT T: 0870 701 9170 W: www.euroenvironmental.co.uk

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Associate Members List Suppliers to Contractors

Car/Van Leasing Adept Vehicle Management Independent House, Rowhurst Industrial Estate, Stoke on Trent ST5 6BH T: 01782 8562246 W: www.adeptvehicle.com

Consultancy Aubrey Hawkins Ltd Brick Kiln Cottage, Elsing Lane, Norwich NR20 4QG T: 07825 311555 W: www.aubreyhawkins.co.uk Dawson Asbestos Consulting Ltd 63A Needingworth Road, St Ives, Peterborough PE27 5JY T: 07790 289241 W: www.dac-asbestos.co.uk Derisk (UK) Ltd 15-16 Buckingham Street, London WC2N 6DU T: 0207 734 6655 W: www.deriskuk.com Knights Research Ltd Knights Farm, Smithers Hill Lane, Redhill RH13 8PP T: 07768 914848 W: www.railservices.net Northern Safety Ltd 109B Allison Avenue, Teesside Industrial Estate, Teeside TS17 9LY T: 01642 754880 W: www.northernsafetyltd.co.uk Prime Safety Environmental Group Limited Kingsley Place, 46 Mote Road, Medway ME15 6ES T: 01622 768400 W: www.primesafety.com The Health & Safety People 16a Market Square, Sandy, Stevenage SG19 1HU T: 03456 122 144 W: www.healthandsafetypeople.com

Equipment/Consumables

Deconta UK Ltd Unit 3-4, Edtech Business Park, Locomotion Way, Camperdown Industrial Estate, Killingworth, Tyne & Wear NE12 5UP T: 0191 2689809 W: www.deconta.eu Decontamination Respiratory Services Ltd AB17 Hastingwood Industrial Park, Wood Lane, Erdington, Birmingham B24 9QR T: 0121 3866804 W: www.drslimited.com EASE Unit 7&8 Hovefield Court, Courtald Road, Essex SS13 1EB T: 01268 286792 W: www.ease.uk.net ebm-papst UK Ltd Chelmsford Business Park, Chelmsford, Essex CM2 5EZ T: 01245 468555 W: www.ebmpapst.co.uk Ecoblast Supplies Ltd Unit 2 & 3, Old Railway Goods Yard, Scar Lane, Milnesbridge, Huddesfield HD3 4PE T: 01543 449259 W: www.ecoblastsupplies.co.uk Empire Tapes PLC Houndhill Park, Bolton Road, Rotherham S63 7LG T: 01709 768300 W: www.empiretapes.com Fiberlock Technologies Inc 150 Dascomb Road, Andover, 01810, USA T: 978 623 9987 W: www.fibrelock.com GPM Hire & Supplies Ltd Unit 3, Fordgate Business Park, Belvedere, Kent DA17 6AS T: 02083 197870 W: www.gpmgroupltd.co.uk Greensteam UK 32 Kingswood Close, Camberley, Surrey GU15 4RH T: 07850 247276 W: www.greensteamuk.com Numatic International Ltd Millfield Industrial Estate, Chard, Taunton TA20 2GB T: 01460 269276 W: www.numatic.co.uk Polystar Plastics Peel House, Peel Street, Northam, Southampton SO14 5QT TEL: 02380 232153 W: www.polystar.co.uk

Air Management Systems Ltd Unit 2, Nine Cannon Lane, Tonbridge TN9 1PP T: 01732 225780 W: www.ams-holdings.com

Quill International Industries PLC Castle Lane, Melbourne, Derby DE73 8JB T: 01332 864664 W: www.quillinternational.com

Asbe Glovebags Limited Ashwellthorpe Industrial Estate, Ashwellthorpe, Norwich NR16 1ER T: 01508 481641 W: www.asbe-glovebag.co.uk

Safety Industries (Oakwood) Limited Tonbridge Road, Harold Hill, Romford RM3 8TS T: 01708 381499 W: www.safetyindustries.com

Beacon International Elgee Works, Victoria Street, Desborough, Northamptonshire NN14 2LX T: 01536 762939 W: www.beaconinternational.co.uk Blastrac UK Unit 2A Outgang Lane, Dinnington, Sheffield S25 3QY T: 01909 569118 W: www.blastrac.co.uk Bostik Limited Common Road, Stafford, Stoke on Trent ST16 3EH T: 01785 272727 W: www.bostik.co.uk CCS (Scotland) Ltd 71-75 Loanbank Quadrant, Govan, Glasgow G51 3HZ T: 01414 454222 W: www.ccseurope.co.uk

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Safe Pass Limited 79 Wollaston Way, Basildon, Essex SS13 1DJ T: 01268 728842 W: www.safepassltd.co.uk Scott Health & Safety Ltd Pimbo Road, West Pimbo, Wigan WN8 9RA T: 01695 727171 W: www.scottsafety.com SMH Products Ltd SMH House, Maxwell Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE33 4PU T: 01914 566000 W: www.smhproducts.com Solotec Scientific Ltd Unit 6, Cowhill Trading Estate, Tramway Road, Ashton under Lyne OL6 9AN T: 0161 339 6187 W: www.solotec.co.uk

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arca associate member list Thermac (Hire) Ltd Astra Park, Parkside Lane, Leeds LS11 5SZ T: 01132 709555 W: www.thermac.com

Multi Task Scaffolding Unit 6, Catherine Road, New Herrington Industrial Estate, Houghton le Spring, Tyne & Wear DH4 7BG T: 0191 584 7966 W: www.multitaskscaffolding.com

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Scaffolding Access Limited 20 Lamson Road, Ferry Lane Industrial Estate, Rainham, Essex RM13 9YY T: 01708 555540 W: www.scaffoldingaccess.co.uk

Anglian Windows Limited Unit 2, 45 Hurricane Way, Norwich NR6 6JB T: 01603 420537 W: www.anglian-windows.com

Scaffolding Specialist Services Ltd Fleetway, Penarth Road, Cardiff CF11 8TY T: 02920 390135 W: www.macscaffolding.com

Insurance Howden Insurance Brokers 16 Eastcheap, London EC3M 1BD T: 0207 1331567 W: www.howdengroup.com Miles Smith 6th Floor, One America Square, London EC3N 2LB T: 020 79774800 W: www.milessmith.co.uk

Labour Supply Members (Asbestos Operatives) Calcot Asbestos Recruitment Ltd 5 Theale Lakes Business Park, Moulden Way, Sulhamstead, Berkshire RG7 4GB T: 01189 421231 W: www.calcotasbestosrecruitment.co.uk DKF Recruitment Ltd Paul House, Stockport Road, Timperley, Cheshire WA15 7UQ T: 0161 8266433 W: www.dkfrecruitment.co.uk ITS Asbestos Ltd First Floor, 44 Station Road, Llanishen, Cardiff CF4 5LT T: 02920 757636 W: www.itsconstruction.co.uk J&L Recruitment Ltd Anglian Business Centre,Westcarr Road, Attleborough, Norfolk NR17 1AN T: 01953 661028 W: www.jl-recruitment.co.uk PB Recruitment Consultants Ltd The Watertower, Guildprime Business Centre, Southend Road, Billericay, Essex CM11 2PZ T: 01277 889373 W: www.pb-recruitment.co.uk Sword Dynamic Services Crown Road, Warmley, Bristol, Avon BS30 8JJ T: 0177 379 0808 W: www.swordds.co.uk Tradeslink Asbestos Services Limited Regent House, Suite 34b, Heaton Lane, Stockport SK4 1BS T: 01663 761901 W: www.tradeslink.co.uk

QFS Scaffolding Ltd Westminster House, Denton Wharf, DA12 2PL T: 01474 334707 W: www.qfsscaffolding.com

Overseas Services Arensco Ltd PO Box 820, Al Khobar, 31952 Saudi Arabia T: +966 3 896 1590 W: www.arensco.com Envirochem Hellas SA Akti Moutopoulou 58, Piraeus, Greece 18536 T: 0030 210 4280701 W: www.envirochem.gr Environmental Protection Engineering S.A 24 Dervenakion Street, 185 45 Piraeus, Greece 18545 T: 0030 210 4060000 W: www.amiantos.gr Intergeo VI. PE. Thermis, Thessaloniki, Greece 57001 T: 0030 231 0478147 W: www.intergeo-consulting.com Monteverde & Sons Williams Way, Catalan Bay, P O Box 504, Gibraltar T: 00 350 200 70401 W: www.monteverdegib.com Polyeco S.A 16 km Athens-Corinth National Road, PO Box 24, Aspropyrgos, Greece 19300 T: 0030 210 553 0600 W: www.polyeco.gr SUK Lasonos 14, P Faliro, Greece 07569 T: 0030 210 9719 180 W: www.suchellas.gr Wafin for Environmental Work & Asb Rem Hamzah Bin Abdul Muttalib Street, Al Uraija Al Wusta, P.O.Box 154511, Zip.code 11748, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia T: 0096 650 4433370

Recruitment Agencies (General) Future Select Colenso House, Omega 1, York YO32 9GZ T: 01904 766611 W: www.future-select.co.uk

Legal Services Sharma Solicitors Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London WC1H 9BB T: 0345 430 0145 W: www.sharmasolicitors.com

Licenced Scaffolders High Peak Scaffolding Unit 6 Waterswallows Industrial Park, Waterswallows Road, Stockport SK17 7JB T: 01298 767454 W: www.highpeakscaffolding.co.uk

J&L Recruitment Ltd Anglian Business Centre,Westcarr Road, Attleborough, Norfolk NR17 1AN T: 01953 661028 W: www.jl-recruitment.co.uk Penguin Recruitment 46A Newton Road, Mumbles, Swansea SA3 4BQ T: 01792 365100 W: www.penguinrecruitment.co.uk

Merk Scaffolding Ltd Yard 5, Sadlers Hall Farm Industrial Estate, London Road, Essex SS13 2HD T: 01268 795665 W: www.scaffoldingessex.com

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arca associate member list Roofing Contractors Absolute Roofing Solutions Limited Unit 14, Jubilee Industrial Estate, Gorsey Lane, Coleshill B46 1JU T: 0121 2683213 W: www.absoluteroofingsolutions.co.uk Lane Roofing Contractors Ltd Walsall House, Walsall Road, Perry Barr, Birmingham B42 1TX T: 0345 066 7000 W: www.laneroofing.co.uk Profile Industrial Roofing Services Ltd Unit 50 Britannia Way, Britannia Enterprise Park, Walsall WS14 9UY T: 01543 411855 W: www.profileindustrialroofing.co.uk

Software/Communications Mark One Consultants Unit 5-6, Bartlett Court, Sea King Road, Bath BA20 2NZ T: 01935 411319 W: www.m1c.co.uk Multibase Systems Limited 17 Cranmore Road, Chislehurst, Bromley BR7 6EP T: 0208 289 8459 W: www.multibase.co.uk

PF Ahern (London) Ltd Oliver Close, West Thurrock, Romford RM20 3EE T: 01708 865599 W: www.ahern.co.uk Pinden Ltd Pinden Quarry, Green Street, Green Road, Dartford DA2 8EB T: 01474 707149 W: www.pinden.co.uk Rilta Environmental Ltd Block 402, Grants Drive, Greenogue Business Park, Dublin T: 00353 140 18000 W: www.rilta.ie Watling Waste Services Unit 2b Gatehouse Trading Estate, Lichfield Road, Brownhills, Walsall WS8 6JZ T: 01543 378317 W: www.watlingwaste.co.uk Ward Recycling Griffon Road, Quarry Hill Industrial Estate, Derby DE7 4RF T: 0345 337 0000 W: www.wardrecycling.com Windsor Waste Management Ltd Unit 29 Childerditch Industrial Estate, Childerditch Hall Drive, Brentwood CM13 3HD T: 01708 559966 W: www.winwaste.com

Propeller Studios Ltd Alexander House, 40A Willbury Way, Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG4 0AP T: 01462 440077 W: www.propeller-studios.co.uk

Waste Services Acumen Waste Services Ltd Acumen House, Headlands Lane, Wakefield WF11 0LA T: 01977 529586 W: www.acumenwaste.co.uk Asbestos Collection Services Yard 1 & 2, Charfleets Industrial Estate, Southend on Sea SS8 0PL T: 01268 681177 Asbestos Waste Solutions 27a Oliver Close, West Thurrock, Romford RM20 3EE T: 01708 866060 W: www.asbestoswastesolutions.co.uk Biffa Waste Services Ltd Brunel Road, Skippers Lane Industrial Estate, Middlesbrough, Cleveland TS6 6JA T: 01642 458064 W: www.biffa.co.uk Cohart Asbestos Disposal Ltd 17 Arches Field, Burnt Mills Industrial Estate, Southend on Sea SS13 1DH T: 01268 293406 W: www.cohartuk.com Environmental Contracts Limited Units 7-9, Central Trading Estate, Shaw Road, Dudley DY2 8QX T: 01384 213332 W: www.environmentalcontracts.co.uk Foxhall Environmental Services Ltd Foxhall Farm, Owler Lane, Wakefield WF17 9BW T: 01924 476235 W: www.foxhall-ltd.co.uk GJ Bowmer Waste Disposal Fairview, Magpie Lane, Little Warley, Chelmsford CM13 3DT T: 01277 225428 W: www.bowmerwaste.co.uk O’Donovan Waste Disposal Ltd Markfield House, 82-98 Markfield Road, London N15 4QF T: 0208 8019561 W: www.odonovan.co.uk

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