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Asbestos essentials

Asbestos Essentials is a task manual for building, maintenance and allied trades on how to safely carry out non-licensed work involving asbestos.

Asbestos essentials task sheets
For advice on when and how you should use these sheets make sure you printout and read AO - Advice on Non-licensed work with Asbestos PDF.

Equipment and method sheets
Work with asbestos cement (AC) (non-licensed)
Working with textured coatings (TC) containing asbestos (non-licensed)
Strictly controlled minor work on Asbestos Insulating Board (AIB)
Safe work with undamaged asbestos materials
Removal and replacement of other asbestos containing materials
Fly-tipped waste

Equipment and method sheets
EM1. What to do if you uncover or damage materials that may contain asbestos PDF
EM2. Training PDF
EM3. Building and dismantling a mini-enclosure PDF
EM4. Using a class-H vacuum cleaner for asbestos PDF
EM5. Wetting asbestos materials PDF
EM6. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) PDF
EM7. Using damp rags to clean surfaces of minor asbestos contamination PDF
EM8. Personal decontamination PDF
EM9. Disposal of asbestos waste PDF
EM10. Statement of cleanliness after textured coating removal PDF

Work with asbestos cement (AC) (non-licensed)
A9. Drilling holes in asbestos cement and other highly bonded materials PDF
A10. Cleaning debris from guttering on an asbestos cement roof PDF
A11. Removing asbestos cement debris PDF
A12. Cleaning weathered asbestos cement roofing and cladding PDF
A13. Repairing damaged asbestos cement PDF
A14. Removing asbestos cement sheets, gutters, etc. and dismantling a small asbestos cement structure PDF
A15. Removing asbestos cement or reinforced plastic product eg tank, duct, water cistern PDF
A16. Painting asbestos cement sheets PDF
A35. Replacing an asbestos cement flue or duct PDF
A36. Removing an asbestos cement panel outside, beside or beneath a window PDF

Working with textured coatings (TC) containing asbestos (non-licensed)
A26. Drilling and boring through textured coatings PDF
A27. Inserting and removing screws through textured coatings PDF
A28. Removing textured coating from a small area eg 1 square metre PDF
A29. Cleaning up debris following collapse of a ceiling or wall covered with textured coating PDF

Strictly controlled minor work on Asbestos Insulating Board (AIB)
A1. Drilling holes in asbestos insulating board PDF
A2. Removing a single (screwed-in) asbestos insulating board ceiling tile PDF
A3. Removing a door with asbestos insulating board fireproofing PDF
A4. Removing a single asbestos insulating board panel less than 1m2, fixed in with nails or screws PDF
A5. Cleaning light fittings attached to asbestos insulating board PDF
A6. Repairing minor damage to asbestos insulating board PDF
A7. Painting undamaged asbestos insulating board PDF

Safe work with undamaged asbestos materials
A8. Enclosing undamaged asbestos materials to prevent impact damage PDF
A20. Laying cables in areas containing undamaged asbestos materials PDF
A34. Removing pins and nails from an asbestos insulating board panel PDF

Removal and replacement of other asbestos containing materials
A17. Removing asbestos paper linings PDF
A18. Removing asbestos friction linings PDF
A19. Removing an asbestos fire blanket PDF
A21. Removing asbestos-containing bituminous products PDF
A22. Removing metal cladding lined with asbestos-containing bitumen PDF
A23. Removing asbestos-containing floor tiles and mastic PDF
A24. Removing flexible asbestos duct connectors (gaiters) PDF
A25. Removing compressed asbestos fibre gaskets and asbestos rope seals PDF
A30. Removing an asbestos-containing 'arc shield' from electrical switchgear PDF
A31. Removing a single asbestos-containing gas or electric heater PDF
A32. Replacing an asbestos-containing part in a 'period' domestic appliance PDF
A33. Replacing an asbestos-containing fuse box or single fuse assembly PDF
A37. Removing asbestos-containing mastic, sealant, beading, filler, putty or fixing PDF

Fly-tipped waste
A38. Making safe and collecting fly-tipped asbestos waste

Fonte: HSE



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