A bespoke seminar at LHC took on the challenges that occur when managing asbestos in social housing
Global Environmental teamed up with removals contractor Clifford Devlin on 19 March to deliver a bespoke seminar at LHC in Uxbridge on the specific issues and challenges that occur when managing asbestos during the maintenance and refurbishment of social housing.
Global Environmental has started 2015 with an asbestos management awareness campaign aimed at schools, reminding head teachers of their responsibilities when it comes to assessments and management plans for asbestos in their school buildings.
A new content-rich website and twitter account have been launched by Global Environmental. The new website www.globalenvironmental.co.uk offers the property and construction sectors information on compliance and sustainability in the built environment.
Asbestos consultancy, Global Environmental, has published a handbook to assist schools in managing asbestos. The handy, 24-page A5 booklet is an ‘idiots guide-style’ which clarifies the responsibilities for managing asbestos in schools as well as a set-by-step guide on how to assess the risks and what to do if suspected asbestos is encountered. Written in plain English, the reference booklet explains:
Global Environmental has appointed Paul Phillips as the new Operations Manager. Paul has been working in the asbestos sector since 2003 and has extensive experience and qualifications in all the disciplines involved in asbestos management for major blue-chip, retail and public sector clients.
Global Environmental has been awarded certification against ISO 17020, the standard of competence for inspection bodies by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS). The announcement follows a through independent audit of Global’s systems and capabilities by UKAS.