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1 Based on a Management Survey Site Address: Site Code: Survey : Survey Ref: Updated: Register Ref: Prepared For: Prepared By: Vibixa Ltd, Kingsditch Lane, Cheltenham, GL51 9FG J th to 23 rd May 2013 J nd & 3 rd March 2015 J51778 Vibixa Ltd, Vibixa Ltd, Kingsditch Lane, Cheltenham, GL51 9FG Serena Berry CHALLEN COMMERCIAL INVESTIGATIONS LIMITED T/A ENSAFE CONSULTANTS THE FORGE, BLISWORTH HILL FARM, STOKE ROAD, BLISWORTH, NORTHAMPTON, NN7 3DB TEL: FAX: DIRECTORS: G Kirkman R Assenheim K Harvey J Clements REGISTERED IN ENGLAND NO: , VAT NO:

2 SITE ASBESTOS PROCEDURES In accordance with asbestos policy and relevant legislative requirements, this property originally had a Management asbestos survey conducted in line with HSG 264: Asbestos: The Surveyors Guide. Asbestos containing materials have been identified within the scope of the survey of this site. The identified asbestos containing materials do not present a risk to health unless physically disturbed. Re-inspections were carried out in accordance with HSG 264: Asbestos: The Surveyors Guide. Prior to general maintenance or repair works commencing all contractors must review the attached asbestos register sheets. If the required works can be conducted without the possibility of disturbing (e.g. drilling, abrading, vibrating or any other physical impact) any identified asbestos containing material or areas previously not accessed then works may proceed WITH CAUTION, taking care to heed any site specific instructions and or warning signs or labels. Please sign the attached contractor s sheet to confirm you have read this page and the asbestos register. If the required works shall, or are likely to, disturb either identified asbestos containing materials or areas listed as previously being NO ACCESS, contact MUST be made with the following department prior to commencing works. Ensafe Consultants Tel: Please note irrespective of the survey results and asbestos register, should any person encounter material they SUSPECT may contain asbestos or discover damage to previously identified asbestos containing materials in any area STOP WORKS IMMEDIATELY & CONTACT THE DEPARTMENT DETAILED ABOVE If this register is being consulted prior to a planned major refurbishment, alterations or demolition it must be noted that a Refurbishment / Demolition survey may be required. Please contact the department detailed above to discuss prior to progressing any such works. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 2 of 85

3 NO ACCESS AREAS Due to the generally non-destructive nature of the Asbestos Management Survey there are areas and locations that are not usually included within the survey inspection. The following is the list of limitation and exclusion which were previously highlighted to the client and agreed prior to the commencement of the survey. As such, unless detailed within the survey report, these areas have not been accessed. Wall, floor, ceilings and other sealed voids and boxing. Behind decorative timber cladding. Beneath existing metal encase insulation. Within sealed storage or machinery/plant (filing cabinets, safes, cookers, boilers, heaters etc.) Within live electrics. Inside fire doors and door panels. Under pre-cast concrete floors. Floor and ceiling joists or window and door frames where adhoc packers may have been utilized. Behind or beneath existing asbestos containing materials. Areas already deemed as an unsafe structure such as failing floorboards, un-boarded loft areas, flooded areas and confined spaces unless by prior arrangement with appropriate safety precautions in place. Below top soil or other surfaces to the external of the structure or internally to sub floor areas. Any items stored within the buildings which do not form part of the fabric or structure of the building (boxes, cupboards and storage crates etc.) Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 3 of 85

4 No access areas specific to this site. The following section details areas that during the time of the survey were inaccessible. Although these areas may be accessible at other times, for the reasons specified they were not available during the survey. As such the client should assume that all of the following areas contain asbestos until a further survey can be undertaken at a time when these areas are available for inspection. Building Floor Room Access Restriction 001 Factory 00 - Lower Ground Floor Floor ducts The floor ducts were not accessed as they were too heavy for safe lifting without lifting equipment. The forklift trucks were operating at the time of the survey. 001 Factory 01 Ground Floor 038 Male W.C - Above Ceiling Tiles Ceiling tiles in room 038 Male W.C could not be inspected as lifting them would cause them to break and cause unacceptable decorative damage, this was agreed with the site manager. 001 Factory 01 Ground Floor 064 Female Locker - Sanitary Dispenser The door was locked at the time of survey. Consequently no access was gained to this area. 001 Factory 02 First Floor Various - Ceiling Tiles The ceiling tiles in rooms: 013 Meeting Room, 018 and 022 Male W.C's, could not be inspected as lifting them would cause them to break and cause unacceptable decorative damage, this was agreed with the site manager. 001 Factory 02 First Floor Various - Sealed boxings The sealed boxings were not accessed due to excessive decorative damage for the nature of the survey. These were in rooms 018 & 022 Male W.C's, 020 Female W.C's, 004 Bathroom, 027 Corridor, 026 Store, 025 Office and 036 Male W.C's. 002 Factory 01 Ground Floor 003 Lift The lift was not accessed at the time of the survey as it was live and would require a lift engineer for a full safe inspection. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 4 of 85

5 Building Floor Room Access Restriction 002 Factory 02 First Floor 009 Lift The lift was not accessed at the time of the survey as it was live and would require a lift engineer for a full safe inspection. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 5 of 85

6 The following section details asbestos containing materials which have been identified at this site. All contractors / work operatives must fully read and familiarise themselves with this information. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 6 of 85

7 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 B04 Resin expansion joint to floor. Location ID Loc9277 Room/Area 006 Factory Floor Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 200 Lin M Resin Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) The quantity is an estimation as it was too large to determine an accurate quantity. March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. It may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 7 of 85

8 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 B05 Gasket to pipework of ducting machinery by shutter doors. Location ID Loc9274 Room/Area 006 Factory Floor Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 1 Units Gasket Chrysotile Unsealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing material does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and or labelling if practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 8 of 85

9 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 B07 Bitumen damp proof course visible to bottom of wall. Location ID Loc9278 Room/Area 006 Factory Floor Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 200 Lin M Bitumen Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. It may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 9 of 85

10 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 B08 Woven textile flash suppressor to fuse box. Location ID Loc9271 Room/Area 005 Understairs cupboard Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 2 Units Woven Textile Chrysotile Sealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. Where asbestos flash fuse suppressors are in use removal is not a requirement. However the client should instigate a removal procedure in the event maintenance works are required and until such time they should be managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 10 of 85

11 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 B09 Gasket to pipework. Location ID Loc9272 Room/Area 005 Understairs cupboard Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 2 Units Gasket Chrysotile Unsealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing material does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation if practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 11 of 85

12 B102 Rope seal to boiler Location ID Loc9406 Room/Area 069 Boiler room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 1 Lin M Rope Chrysotile Unsealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing material does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation if practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 12 of 85

13 B103 Rope seal to boiler Location ID Loc9407 Room/Area 069 Boiler room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 1 Lin M Rope Chrysotile Unsealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing material does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation if practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 13 of 85

14 B106 Redundent gaskets on shelf Location ID Loc9410 Room/Area 069 Boiler room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 8 Units Gasket Chrysotile Unsealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ. The asbestos containing material should be removed in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and guidance. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 14 of 85

15 B109 Gaskets to metal pipe work Location ID Loc9418 Room/Area 071 Oil tank room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 4 Units Gasket. Chrysotile Unsealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing material does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation if practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 15 of 85

16 B111 Bitumen damp proof course to main building Location ID Loc9420 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 250 Lin M Bitumen. Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants and was still in-situ If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. It may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 16 of 85

17 B112 Cement downpipes to external of building Location ID Loc9421 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 25 Lin M Cement. Chrysotile Unsealed Cement To the external were five down pipes, total length included. The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants and was still in-situ and labeled If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 17 of 85

18 B113 Cement guttering to main building Location ID Loc9422 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 100 Lin M Cement. Chrysotile Unsealed Cement The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants and was still in-situ If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 18 of 85

19 B114 Cement roof and end capping to main building Location ID Loc9423 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 400 Sq M Cement. Chrysotile Unsealed Cement The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants and was still in-situ If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 19 of 85

20 B116 Cement canopy by loading bay Location ID Loc9424 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 50 Sq M Cement. Chrysotile Unsealed Cement The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants and was still in-situ If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 20 of 85

21 Building 008 sprinkler house Site Code J38033 B119 Insulating board ceiling and joint strips Location ID Loc9433 Room/Area 001 Sprinkler room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 40 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite Exposed Face Sealed Board The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 21 of 85

22 Building 009 store building Site Code J38033 B120 Insulating board panels to ceiling with joining strips Location ID Loc9435 Room/Area 001 Store Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 20 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite Exposed Face Sealed Board The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 22 of 85

23 Building 009 store building Site Code J38033 B121 Insulating board panels to ceiling with joining strips Location ID Loc9436 Room/Area 002 Store Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 10 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite Exposed Face Sealed Board The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 23 of 85

24 Building 009 store building Site Code J38033 B122 Insulating board panels to ceiling with joining strips Location ID Loc9437 Room/Area 003 Store Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 10 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite Exposed Face Sealed Board The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 24 of 85

25 Building 009 store building Site Code J38033 B123 Insulating board panels to ceiling with joining strips Location ID Loc9441 Room/Area 004 Store Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 10 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite Exposed Face Sealed Board The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 25 of 85

26 Building 009 store building Site Code J38033 B125 Cement profile roof Location ID Loc9440 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 40 Sq M Cement Chrysotile Unsealed Cement The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and or labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 26 of 85

27 Building 010 shed Site Code J38033 B126 Cement profile roof Location ID Loc9443 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 5 Sq M Cement Chrysotile Unsealed Cement The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and or labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 27 of 85

28 Building 007 gas store Site Code J38033 B128 Felt lined flat roof Location ID Loc9445 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 10 Sq M Felt Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. It may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 28 of 85

29 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 B13 Insulating board panels to sides of sanitary unit. Location ID Loc9281 Room/Area 005 Female W.C Floor 02 First Floor Amount 1 Units Insulating Board Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation and or labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 29 of 85

30 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 B15 Vinyl tiles to floor. Location ID Loc9286 Room/Area 008 Stock Room Floor 02 First Floor Amount 100 Sq M Vinyl & Bitumen Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) The sample was found to contain Chrysotile (white) asbestos within the bitumen adhesive only. March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 30 of 85

31 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 B16 Woven textiles to fuse box. Location ID Loc9287 Room/Area 008 Stock Room Floor 02 First Floor Amount 24 Units Woven Textile Chrysotile Unsealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products March 2015 and was still in-situ. Where asbestos flash fuse suppressors are in use removal is not a requirement. However the client should instigate a removal procedure in the event maintenance works are required and until such time they should be managed accordingly. It may be prudent to consider labelling of fuse boxes where asbestos flash suppressors remain. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 31 of 85

32 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 B20 Cement roof to loading bay. Location ID Loc9292 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 20 Sq M Cement Chrysotile Unsealed Cement March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 32 of 85

33 B25 Vinyl tiles to floor. Location ID Loc9297 Room/Area 001 Stairwell Floor 02 First Floor Amount 10 Sq M Vinyl & Bitumen Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. It may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 33 of 85

34 B27 Vinyl tiles to floor under carpet. Location ID Loc9301 Room/Area 004 W.C Floor 02 First Floor Amount 4 Sq M Vinyl & Bitumen Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 34 of 85

35 B31 Cement downpipe to flat roof area of flat. Location ID Loc9309 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 2 Lin M Cement. Chrysotile Unsealed Cement The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants and was still in-situ If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 35 of 85

36 B33 Cement roof to stairwell. Location ID Loc9311 Room/Area External Floor N/A Amount 5 Sq M Cement. Chrysotile Unsealed Cement The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants and was still in-situ If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 36 of 85

37 B34 Bitumen damp proof course along concrete bulkhead above ceiling. Location ID Loc9312 Room/Area 014 Corridor Floor 02 First Floor Amount 4 Sq M Bitumen Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. It may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 37 of 85

38 B37 Redundant cement flue pipe above suspended ceiling. Location ID Loc9315 Room/Area 020 Female W.C Floor 02 First Floor Amount 2 Lin M Cement Chrysotile Sealed Cement The flue pipe had been encapsulated and labelled. March 2015 and was still in-situ. The asbestos containing material has been encapsulated and labelled so does not require further action, however must be managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 38 of 85

39 B38 Woven textile flash suppressors to fuses within riser cupboard. Location ID Loc9316 Room/Area 027 Corridor Floor 02 First Floor Amount 50 Units Woven Textile Chrysotile Sealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products The fuse boxes were labelled. They were sampled to one box which should be presumed consistent to all boxes as these could not all be opened due to live electrics at the time of the survey. March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. Where asbestos flash fuse suppressors are in use removal is not a requirement. However the client should instigate a removal procedure in the event maintenance works are required and until such time they should be managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 39 of 85

40 B42 Woven textile flash suppressors to electrical boxes at end of corridor. Location ID Loc9323 Room/Area 027 Corridor Floor 02 First Floor Amount 24 Units Woven Textile Chrysotile Sealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products The fuse boxes were labelled. March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. Where asbestos flash fuse suppressors are in use removal is not a requirement. However the client should instigate a removal procedure in the event maintenance works are required and until such time they should be managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 40 of 85

41 B45 Insulating board cladding around room, above suspended ceiling. Location ID Loc9327 Room/Area 038 Office Floor 02 First Floor Amount 30 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Part Sealed Board The board was sealed in the visible areas, but not above the suspended ceiling. The cladding was sampled from the other side of the suspended ceiling and cladded around the whole room including the bottom on the ground floor. March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal. However, as a minimum the asbestos insulating board which is unsealed should be encapsulated utilising a suitable elastomeric sealant in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and then managed accordingly along with the encapsulated board. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider labelling to the board visible from above the suspended ceiling. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 41 of 85

42 B47 Insulating board cladding around rooms. Location ID Loc9331 Room/Area 040 Office Floor 02 First Floor Amount 30 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Part Sealed Board The insulating board cladding was accessed in Office 040 and ran around the perimeter of Office 040 and 039. This includes the board under the floor. March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal. However, as a minimum the unsealed asbestos insulating board should be encapsulated utilising a suitable elastomeric sealant in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 42 of 85

43 B48 Insulating board panel to wall running behind shelving. Location ID Loc9334 Room/Area 041 Office Floor 02 First Floor Amount 2 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Unsealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal. However, as a minimum the asbestos insulating board should be encapsulated utilising a suitable elastomeric sealant in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 43 of 85

44 Building 003 Garage Site Code J38033 B49 Cement profile ceiling. Location ID Loc9337 Room/Area 001 Garage Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 10 Sq M Cement Chrysotile Unsealed Cement March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation and labelling. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 44 of 85

45 Building 004 Garage Site Code J38033 B50 Cement profile ceiling. Location ID Loc9338 Room/Area 001 Garage Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 10 Sq M Cement Chrysotile Sealed Cement March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation and labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 45 of 85

46 B52 Insulating board infill panel to high level to external wall. Location ID Loc9344 Room/Area 001 Engineers Room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 4 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, as it is encapsulated and labelled it should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 46 of 85

47 B53 Insulating board infill panel around doors hiding column leading to Workshop 072. Location ID Loc9346 Room/Area 003 Warehouse Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 4 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Part Sealed Board The panel was poorly en-capsulated so requires further action, see recommendations. March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal. However, as a minimum the asbestos insulating board should be encapsulated utilising a suitable elastomeric sealant in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 47 of 85

48 B54 Insulating board cladding to column on external wall. Location ID Loc9349 Room/Area 072 Workshop Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 4 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Part Sealed Board There was a double layer of board, both boards were sampled, the top board was not encapsulated. March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal. However, as a minimum the unsealed asbestos insulating board should be encapsulated utilising a suitable elastomeric sealant in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 48 of 85

49 B57 Paper lining to modern fibreboard suspended ceiling panels. Location ID Loc9352 Room/Area 073 store Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 20 Sq M Paper Medium Damage Chrysotile Unsealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products Medium damage was recorded as some panels were missing and others had water damage and were breaking. The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos paper lining does not require removal. However, as a minimum the asbestos paper lining should be encapsulated utilising a suitable elastomeric sealant in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 49 of 85

50 B60 Vinyl tiles to floor. Location ID Loc9356 Room/Area 011 Office Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 10 Sq M Vinyl & Bitumen Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) The sample was found to contain chrysotile (white) asbestos within the bitumen adhesive only. March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. It may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 50 of 85

51 B61 Insulating board panel to masonry wall above Office. Location ID Loc9357 Room/Area 011 Office Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 8 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite Exposed Face Sealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 51 of 85

52 B63 Cement downpipe. Location ID Loc9360 Room/Area 010 laundry Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 3 Lin M Cement Chrysotile Sealed Cement March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 52 of 85

53 B66 Cement downpipe. Location ID Loc9363 Room/Area 009 Fire Exit Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 4 Lin M Cement Chrysotile Unsealed Cement March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 53 of 85

54 B71 Woven textile flash suppressor to fuse box on external wall. Location ID Loc9368 Room/Area 021 Mezzanine Level Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 2 Units Woven Textile Chrysotile Sealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. Loose asbestos containing flash fuse suppressors should be removed in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation. Where asbestos flash fuse suppressors are in use removal is not a requirement. However the client should instigate a removal procedure in the event maintenance works are required and until such time they should be managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 54 of 85

55 B73 Insulating board panel behind heater. Location ID Loc9370 Room/Area 025 Comms Room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 1 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board The board was encapsulated and labelled. March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 55 of 85

56 B77 Insulation residue to pipework above suspended ceiling. Location ID Loc9376 Room/Area 029 Corridor Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 6 Lin M Insulation High Damage Amosite & Chrysotile Unsealed Insulation The pipe ran along the corridor and turned into the ceiling void in the kitchen. March 2015 and was still in-situ. The asbestos containing material should be removed in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and guidance. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 56 of 85

57 B80 Insulation residue to hanger above suspended ceiling. Location ID Loc9379 Room/Area 029 Corridor Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 3 Units Insulation High Damage Amosite & Chrysotile Unsealed Insulation The insulation was consistent to all hangers along the corridor. March 2015 and was still in-situ. The asbestos containing material should be removed in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and guidance. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 57 of 85

58 B81 Insulation residue to hanger above suspended ceiling. Location ID Loc9380 Room/Area 029 Corridor Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 3 Units Insulation High Damage Amosite & Chrysotile Unsealed Insulation. The insulation was consistent to all hangers along the corridor in this area. March 2015 and was still in-situ. The asbestos containing material should be removed in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and guidance. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 58 of 85

59 B82 Insulation residue to wall of male W.C above suspended ceiling next to encapsulated pipework. Location ID Loc9381 Room/Area 029 Corridor Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 2 Sq M Insulation High Damage Amosite & Chrysotile Unsealed Insulation The wall around the pipe should be presumed contaminated. March The pipe has been removed by an unknown contractor on an unknown date but the wall had not been cleaned so must still be presumed to be contaminated. The asbestos containing material should be removed in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and guidance. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 59 of 85

60 B87 Insulating board panel to the ceiling Location ID Loc9386 Room/Area 041 Communication room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 3 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 60 of 85

61 B89 Insulating board packer under metal RSJ in ceiling void Location ID Loc9390 Room/Area 040 Office Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 1 Units Insulating Board High Damage Amosite & Chrysotile Unsealed Board The insulating board packer was in a high state of damage, the board had been broken and was unsealed. March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. The asbestos insulating board should be removed or repaired utilising a suitable non asbestos substitute and encapsulated utilising a suitable elastomeric sealant. All works should be undertaken in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation. Remaining insulating board should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider labelling of remaining asbestos insulating board where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 61 of 85

62 B90 Insulating board ceiling Location ID Loc9391 Room/Area 045 Wash room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 10 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 62 of 85

63 B91 Insulating board boxing Location ID Loc9392 Room/Area 045 Wash room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 3 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 63 of 85

64 B92 Insulating board ceiling Location ID Loc9393 Room/Area 046 Fire escape Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 4 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 64 of 85

65 B93 Insulating board ceiling and joining strips Location ID Loc9395 Room/Area 047 Tank room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 20 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 65 of 85

66 B94 Insulating board boxing at high level Location ID Loc9396 Room/Area 047 Tank room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 3 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite. Exposed Face Sealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 66 of 85

67 B95 Insulating board boxing above suspended ceiling Location ID Loc9398 Room/Area 059 Lobby Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 5 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite Exposed Face Sealed Board The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 67 of 85

68 B96 Cement flue pipe above suspended ceiling Location ID Loc9399 Room/Area 064 Female locker room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 5 Lin M Cement Amosite & Chrysotile Unsealed Cement The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing cement does not require removal, however, must be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 68 of 85

69 B97 Insulating board boxing above suspended ceiling Location ID Loc9400 Room/Area 065 Male locker room Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 20 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 69 of 85

70 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 Presumed B11 Gasket to floor void. Location ID Loc9280 Room/Area 006 Factory Floor Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 1 Units Gasket Serpentine & Amphibole Unsealed Textile/Gasket/Paper Products The gasket was loose to the floor in the void, which could not be entered as it would require a work permit for confined spaces. March 2015 and was still in-situ. The asbestos containing material should be removed in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and guidance. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 70 of 85

71 Building 002 Factory Site Code J38033 Ref B15 Blue vinyl flooring. Location ID Loc9341 Room/Area 011 Store Floor 02 First Floor Amount 20 Sq M Vinyl & Bitumen Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) The sample was found to contain Chrysotile (white) asbestos within the bitumen adhesive only. March 2015 and was still in-situ. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. It may be prudent to consider labelling where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 71 of 85

72 Ref B25 Vinyl tiles to floor. Location ID Loc9302 Room/Area 005 Kitchen Floor 02 First Floor Amount 4 Sq M Vinyl & Bitumen Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 72 of 85

73 Ref B25 Vinyl tiles to floor under carpet. Location ID Loc9299 Room/Area 002 Corridor Floor 02 First Floor Amount 4 Sq M Vinyl & Bitumen Chrysotile Composite (Self Sealed) The asbestos containing material was re-inspected by Ensafe Consultants on 3rd March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos containing composite product does not require removal or encapsulation, however, must be managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 73 of 85

74 Ref B47 Insulating board cladding around rooms. Location ID Lod Room/Area 039 Office Floor 02 First Floor Amount 30 Sq M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Part Sealed Board The insulating board cladding was accessed in Office 040 and ran around the perimeter of Office 040 and 039. This includes the board under the floor. March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal. However, as a minimum the asbestos insulating board should be encapsulated utilising a suitable elastomeric sealant in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 74 of 85

75 Ref B52 Insulating board infill panel to high level on external wall. Location ID Loc9347 Room/Area 072 Workshop Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 6 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation where practicable to do so. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 75 of 85

76 Ref B52 Insulating board infill panel to high level. Location ID Loc9345 Room/Area 003 Warehouse Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 6 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Exposed Face Sealed Board The infill panel ran along the external wall to the entrance to 004 Warehouse. March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal, however, as it is encapsulated and labelled it should be managed accordingly. Although not a requirement it may be prudent to consider re-encapsulation. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 76 of 85

77 Ref B53 Insulating board infill panel around doors hiding column leading to Warehouse 003 Location ID Loc9348 Room/Area 072 Workshop Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 4 Lin M Insulating Board Amosite & Chrysotile Part Sealed Board The panel was poorly encapsulated so requires further action, see recommendations. March 2015 and was still in-situ and labelled. If left undisturbed the asbestos insulating board does not require removal. However, as a minimum the asbestos insulating board should be encapsulated utilising a suitable elastomeric sealant in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and managed accordingly. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 77 of 85

78 Ref B77 Insulation residue to pipework above suspended ceiling. Location ID Lod Room/Area 027 Kitchen Floor 01 Ground Floor Amount 6 Lin M Insulation High Damage Amosite & Chrysotile Unsealed Insulation The pipe ran along the corridor and turned into the ceiling void in the kitchen. March 2015 and was still in-situ. The asbestos containing material should be removed in strict accordance with current and relevant legislation and guidance. Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 78 of 85

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85 s Signing Sheet This sheet must be signed by any contractors/person undertaking any works or intrusive investigation at the site. The signing of this sheet confirms that the signatory has understood the preceding instructions and has perused the asbestos survey summary sheet and asbestos register (if applicable) for this site. Company Nature of visit/works (including area of works) Do works potentially disturb any known asbestos containing materials or no access area yes/no If yes detail action taken Name in full Signature Nominated Persons Counter Signature Ensafe Consultants Project Ref: J51778 Page 85 of 85

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