Detailed Survey Inspection Reports & Photographs. Material Assessment Algorithm & Asbestos Register

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1 HSE/S/137/01

2 CONTENTS Section 1.0 Section 2.0 Section 3.0 Section 4.0 Survey Report Details Survey Types Limitations and Restrictions Materials ssessment lgorithm Section 5.0 Section 6.0 Detailed Survey nspection Reports & Photographs Survey Plan Drawings Section 7.0 Material ssessment lgorithm & sbestos Register ppendix 1.0 Sample Bulk nalysis Reports HSE/S/137/01 Page 2 of 34

3 1.0 SURVEY REPORT DETLS Client Jonathan Preece Project ddress Telephone No. - Overross Garages Surveyors & Commercial gent Netherton Brampton bbotts Ross-On-Wye HR9 7HZ Contact Client nstruction Survey rea Description Special nstructions Mr J D Preece To carry out a type 2 asbestos survey of: Overross Garages Ross-On-Wye Showroom/Offices and garages To carry out a type 2 survey Date of Survey 11 th December 2007 Type of Survey Type 2 (MDHS 100) Survey Report Number HSE/S/137/01 Date of Report 13 th December 2007 Surveyed By Report By Checked By Davies G Schiller Davies Checker Signature Sample analysis by MSS Consulting Ltd Edward House, Dowlais Road, Ocean Park, Cardiff CF24 5TW UKS certificate number 0662 HSE/S/137/01 Page 3 of 34

4 2.0 SURVEY TYPES MDHS100 Surveying, sampling and assessment of asbestos-containing materials (HSE, July 2001) defines survey types and uses. TYPE 1 Location and ssessment Survey The intention of this survey is locate any suspect materials that may contain asbestos within a building and provide an assessment of the risk posed by the presence of the material. The survey does not require sampling of materials and a material is presumed to contain asbestos unless there is clear evidence to the contrary. The client carries the responsibility of additional cost to manage non-asbestos-containing materials. ll areas must be inspected or presumed to contain asbestos unless proven otherwise. TYPE 2 Standard Sampling, dentification and ssessment Survey This is similar to a Type 1 survey except the presence of asbestos in a material is confirmed by representative samples of material that are taken and analysed. Samples of suspect material are laboratory examined to confirm or refute the Surveyors judgment. Where materials are homogenous within the building they can be strongly presumed to contain asbestos. Frequency of sampling is set out in HSE MDHS100 and the number taken should be sufficient for the Surveyor to make an assessment determining the presence of asbestos in a material. TYPE 3 Full ntrusive Survey (Pre-Demolition or Major Refurbishment) This survey method is used to locate and quantify as far as reasonably practicable all asbestos containing materials within a building and provides for destructive inspection of the building fabric. full and comprehensive sampling programme is undertaken. Type 3 Survey is not required to assess condition of a material aside from noting damage which may lead to the presence of asbestos debris. Please note: The term used within this report no asbestos detected relates to no asbestos containing materials being detected at the time of the survey and not that no asbestos containing materials exist within the survey area. The possibility still exists that asbestos containing materials may be present. f asbestos containing materials are later discovered/ revealed the actions detailed in the asbestos management plan should be applied. 2.1 SURVEY METHODOLOGY The method employed is the company s in-house procedure for asbestos inspections (Qual Proc 12) which is based upon the guidance in MDHS 100 (HSE, 2001). The survey method and reporting format is as agreed with the client. HSE/S/137/01 Page 4 of 34

5 3.0 LMTTONS ND RESTRCTONS reas included in the survey are as stated in Section 1.0 and as described in Section 5.0 of this report. The content of this report relates only to the conditions and site situation on the dates of the site visit(s) and does not consider any subsequent changes to the building or circumstances. Where materials have been sampled they have been identified by the Surveyor as having a strong probability that they may contain asbestos. This report is based on visual findings and all reasonable efforts were made to determine the presence of asbestos containing materials within areas accessible at the time of the survey. reas above 2 metres in height have not been assessed or where specialist access equipment would have been required. sbestos may be concealed within the fabric of the building, within sealed voids or within the supporting structure. This survey does not include concealed spaces or inaccessible voids within the building when their presence is not known at the time of the survey or when there is insufficient knowledge or access to complete such a survey. Where intrusive methods would affect the structural stability or integrity of the building it has when known been noted in this report. naccessible rooms or areas of high personal risk (e.g. lift shafts, switch rooms) or where the presence of live services, or contamination create an unacceptable risk, have not been assessed. Where known these circumstances have been noted in this report. Many different products have been found to contain asbestos therefore no responsibility can accepted for any consequential loss or damage resulting from nonrecognition of a material that is later found to have an asbestos content. t is not possible therefore to regard the survey findings as definitive. The possibility always exists that asbestos containing materials may be found during major refurbishment or demolition works. No responsibility is accepted by the author or organisation issuing this report for misinterpretation by third parties. HSE/S/137/01 Page 5 of 34

6 4.0 MTERL SSESSMENT LGORTHM Sample Variable Score (Risk) lgorithm ssessment Values Product or Material type (or debris from product) Extent of damage / deterioration Surface Treatment 0 (Nil) 1 (Low) 2 (Medium) 3 (High) 0 (None) 1 (Low) 2 (Medium) 3 (High) 0 (None) 1 (Low) 2 (Medium) 3 (High) sbestos Type dentification Recommendation ccessibility n/a P SP E R W MM N O V Non-asbestos sbestos reinforced composites (plastics, resins, bitumen, mastics, roofing felts, vinyl floor tiles, semirigid paints or decorative finishes, asbestos cement etc). sbestos insulating board, millboards, other low-density insulation boards, asbestos textiles, gaskets, ropes and woven textiles, asbestos paper and felt. Thermal insulation (e.g. pipe and boiler lagging), sprayed asbestos, loose asbestos, asbestos mattresses and packing. Good condition: no visible damage. Low damage: a few scratches or surface marks, broken edges on boards, tiles etc. Medium damage: significant breakage of materials or several small areas where material has been damaged revealing loose asbestos fibres. High damage or delamination of materials, sprays and thermal insulation. Visible asbestos debris. materials containing asbestos: reinforced plastics, resins, vinyl tiles. Enclosed sprays and lagging, B (with exposed face painted or encapsulated), asbestos cement sheets etc. Unsealed B or encapsulated lagging and spray. Unsealed lagging and sprays None / NDS (No sbestos Detected n Sample) (White) mosite (Brown) or other amphibole Crocidolite (Blue) Not asbestos as per analytical report or findings of similar material type at site. Presumed asbestos material Strongly Presumed asbestos material nalysed Encapsulate using suitably contractors Remove using suitably contractors Work involving the material to be suitably Mark and manage No recommendations required Other recommendations made Vulnerable ccessible naccessible The total score is calculated from the sum of the scores for the product type, extent of damage/deterioration, surface treatment and asbestos type. Materials scoring 10 or more are regarded as having a high potential to release fibres. Scores of 7 to 9 are medium and have a medium potential and 5 and 6 a low potential. Scores of 4 or less have a very low potential to release fibres. HSE/S/137/01 Page 6 of 34

7 5.0 Detailed nspection Reports & Photographs Reception Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 001 found not to contain asbestos. Other ceiling void, no asbestos detected. Wood boxing x2 (no access), presumed to contain asbestos within. Wood boxing Wood boxing * Please note: ceiling void contains main cement roof sheets as sample ref: 009 found to contain chrysotile asbestos. Corridor Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 002 found not to contain asbestos. Other ceiling void, no asbestos detected. Step tread, sample ref: 003 found not to contain asbestos. * Please note: ceiling void contains main cement roof sheets as sample ref: 009 found to contain chrysotile asbestos. HSE/S/137/01 Page 7 of 34

8 Office 1 Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 004 found not to contain asbestos. Other ceiling void, no asbestos detected. Cupboard, no asbestos detected. * Please note: ceiling void contains main cement roof sheets as sample ref: 009 found to contain chrysotile asbestos. Office 2 Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 005 found not to contain asbestos. Other ceiling void, no asbestos detected. * Please note: ceiling void contains main cement roof sheets as sample ref: 009 found to contain chrysotile asbestos. Workshop 1 Other electric box, presumed to contain asbestos. Heater, presumed to contain asbestos. Boiler, presumed to contain asbestos. Board above garage door, sample ref: 006 found not to contain asbestos. Board underneath boiler, sample ref: 007 found to contain amosite and chrysotile asbestos. Boxing (no access), presumed to contain asbestos. Electric box Heater HSE/S/137/01 Page 8 of 34

9 Boiler Board under boiler Boxing Staff Room Office 3 W/C 1 Other W/C goods (plastic), no asbestos detected. W/C 2 HSE/S/137/01 Page 9 of 34

10 Workshop 2 Other electric box, presumed to contain asbestos. Boarded doorway (wood/plasterboard), no asbestos detected. Heater, presumed to contain asbestos. Electric box Heater Parts Room Other gas box, presumed to contain asbestos. Electric box, presumed to contain asbestos. Gas box Electric box HSE/S/137/01 Page 10 of 34

11 Sales Office Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 008 found not to contain asbestos. Parts Office Mez. Floor Ceiling cement, sample ref: 009 found to contain chrysotile asbestos. Other wall board, sample ref: 010 found to contain chrysotile asbestos. Cement ceiling Wall board Quarantine rea Floor yellow vinyl floor covering, sample ref: 011 found not to contain asbestos. Tyre Store Ceiling cement, as sample ref: 009 found to contain chrysotile asbestos. (NO PHOTO VLBLE) HSE/S/137/01 Page 11 of 34

12 Paint Workshop Other electric box, presumed to contain asbestos. Painting room machinery, presumed to contain asbestos. Painting room (metal), no asbestos detected. Electric box Painting room machinery External Roof cladding (metal), no asbestos detected. Wall cladding (metal), no asbestos detected. Water goods (metal), no asbestos detected. Canopy, no asbestos detected. Down pipe (plastic), no asbestos detected. No visible damp proof course, presumed to contain asbestos. Canopy electric box, presumed to contain asbestos. Canopy electric box HSE/S/137/01 Page 12 of 34

13 6.0 Survey Plan Drawings Workshop/Garage Paint Workshop Elec. box Painting Room Machinery Workshop 1 Partition wall To Mez floor Gas & electric box Board above door Heater Small Mez. Electric box To staff room 6 Office 3 W/C 2 Parts Room Parts Office Sales Office 8 Electric box Canopy 3 Corridor 4 Office 2 Office Reception Heater Paint Room Workshop 2 Boxing 1 Boxing Sample Points = x (Not to scale) HSE/S/137/01 Page 13 of 34

14 Staff Room/Mez Floor Small Mez Boxing From Workshop 1 Boiler 7 Staff Room From parts room Quarantine rea 11 Mez. Floor Tyre Store 9 10 Sample Points = x (Not to scale) HSE/S/137/01 Page 14 of 34

15 7.0 Materials ssessment lgorithm and sbestos Register Location of Material Reception Reception Corridor Office 1 Office 2 Sample Ref Material Description Ceiling void roof sheets Wood boxing x2 (no access) Ceiling void roof sheets Ceiling void roof sheets Ceiling void roof sheets Product or Material Type (or debris from product) (cement) Extent of Damage or Deterioration Low Surface Treatment (none) nsulation None Enclosed (cement) (cement) (cement) Low Low Low (none) (none) (none) Workshop 1 Electric box nsulation None Enclosed sbestos Type Total Score (Risk) Qty approx *Work* HSE Notifiable YES / NO 4 n/a NO 5 n/a YES 4 n/a NO 4 n/a NO 4 n/a NO dentification Recommendation ccessibility Presumed as sample ref: 009 Presumed (within) Presumed as sample ref: 009 Presumed as sample ref: 009 Presumed as sample ref: <1sqm YES Presumed carried out in accordance with legislative guidance. carried out in accordance with legislative guidance. carried out in accordance with legislative guidance. carried out in accordance with legislative guidance. HSE/S/137/01 Page 15 of 34

16 Location of Material Sample Ref Material Description Product or Material Type (or debris from product) Extent of Damage or Deterioration Surface Treatment Workshop 1 Heater nsulation None Enclosed Workshop 1 Boiler nsulation None Enclosed Workshop Workshop 1 Board under boiler Boxing (no access) nsulation (board) Medium Unsealed nsulation None Enclosed Workshop 2 Electric box nsulation None Enclosed Workshop 2 Heater nsulation None Enclosed Parts room Gas box nsulation None Enclosed sbestos Type mosite & Total Score (Risk) Qty approx *Work* HSE Notifiable YES / NO 5 1sqm YES Presumed 5 2sqm YES Presumed 8 1sqm YES nalysed 5 2sqm YES Presumed 5 <1sqm YES Presumed 5 1sqm YES Presumed 5 1sqm YES Presumed dentification Recommendation ccessibility Recommend removal, any work to be contractors HSE/S/137/01 Page 16 of 34

17 Location of Material Sample Ref Material Description Product or Material Type (or debris from product) Extent of Damage or Deterioration Surface Treatment Parts room Electric box nsulation None Enclosed Mez floor 009 Cement ceiling Mez floor 010 Wall board Tyre store Paint workshop Paint workshop Cement ceiling (cement) (cement) (cement) Low Low Low (none) (none) (none) Electric box nsulation None Enclosed Painting room machinery nsulation None Enclosed sbestos Type Total Score (Risk) Qty approx *Work* HSE Notifiable YES / NO 5 <1sqm YES Presumed 4 120sqm NO nalysed 4 15m NO nalysed 4 n/a NO dentification Recommendation ccessibility Presumed as sample ref: <1sqm YES Presumed 5 5sqm YES Presumed carried out in accordance with legislative guidance. carried out in accordance with legislative guidance. carried out in accordance with legislative guidance. HSE/S/137/01 Page 17 of 34

18 Location of Material External External Sample Ref Material Description No visible damp proof course Canopy electric box Product or Material Type (or debris from product) Extent of Damage or Deterioration Low Surface Treatment (none) nsulation None Enclosed sbestos Type Total Score (Risk) Qty approx *Work* HSE Notifiable YES / NO 4 n/a NO dentification Recommendation ccessibility Presumed (no access) 5 <1sqm YES Presumed carried out in accordance with legislative guidance. Please Note: The total score (risk) is the sum of the scores for the product type, extent of damage/deterioration, surface treatment and asbestos type. Materials scoring 10 or more are regarded as having a high potential to release fibres; scores of 7 to 9 have a medium potential; 5 and 6 low potential and scores of 4 or less have a very low potential to release fibres. *Work* HSE Notifiable YES indicates that work with the asbestos-containing material requires notification to the enforcing authority and must be suitably No indicates that the work does not require the use of a contractor nor notification to the enforcing authority. The work may be carried out by suitably trained contractors with adequate insurance cover. ll work with asbestos must be carried out in accordance with the Control of sbestos Regulations Recommended ctions Following this survey report it is recommended that the client carries out a detailed risk assessment of all identified materials and produces a suitable asbestos management plan in accordance with current legislation and duties relating to property managers / owners for managing and dealing with the materials in the future. ny persons who occupy or are appointed by the client to carry out works at the site must be made fully aware of the location of identified materials. f further suspect materials are discovered during any subsequent works, work should be stopped immediately and advice sought; we are available on a 24-hour emergency helpline on telephone number HSE/S/137/01 Page 18 of 34

19 SBESTOS SURVEY REPORT OVERROSS GRGES SHOWROOM/OFFCES ROSS-ON-WYE HSE/S/137/01 Page 19 of 34

20 Showroom Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 012 found not to contain asbestos. Floor ceramic tiles (no access), presumed to be vinyl floor tiles containing chrysotile asbestos underneath. Other cupboard 1 electric boxes, presumed to contain asbestos. Cupboard 2, no asbestos detected. Cupboard 3 boxing, sample ref: 013 found to contain amosite and chrysotile asbestos. Cupboard 3 ceiling board, as sample ref: 015 found to contain amosite and chrysotile asbestos. Ceramic tiles Cupboard 1 electric boxes Cupboard 3 boxing Cupboard 3 ceiling board HSE/S/137/01 Page 20 of 34

21 Male W/C Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 014 found not to contain asbestos. Other ceiling board, sample ref: 015 found to contain amosite and chrysotile asbestos. Boarding to wall in ceiling void, as sample ref: 015 found to contain amosite and chrysotile asbestos. Ceiling board Wall boarding Female W/C Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 016 found not to contain asbestos. Other ceiling board, sample ref: 017 found to contain amosite and chrysotile asbestos. Ceiling void boxing, as sample ref: 013 found to contain amosite and chrysotile asbestos. Cupboard, no asbestos detected. Ceiling board Ceiling void boxing HSE/S/137/01 Page 21 of 34

22 Kitchen Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 018 found not to contain asbestos. Other ceiling board, sample ref: 019 found to contain amosite and chrysotile asbestos. Sink pad, sample ref: 020 found not to contain asbestos. Ceiling board Office 1 Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 021 found not to contain asbestos. Print Room Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 022 found not to contain asbestos. Other boiler area boiler, presumed to contain asbestos. Boiler area vent, presumed to contain asbestos within. Boiler area boiler Boiler area vent HSE/S/137/01 Page 22 of 34

23 Office 2 Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 023 found not to contain asbestos. Office 3 Ceiling tiles, sample ref: 024 found not to contain asbestos. First Floor Hall/Stairs Other step tread, sample ref: 025 found not to contain asbestos. Corridor/Landing Other cupboard, no asbestos detected. W/C HSE/S/137/01 Page 23 of 34

24 Kitchen Other sink pad, sample ref: 026 found to contain chrysotile asbestos. Sink pad Office 4 Other cupboard immersion heater, presumed to contain asbestos. Cupboard immersion heater Office 5 Other wall board, no asbestos detected. HSE/S/137/01 Page 24 of 34

25 Office 6 Other cupboard, no asbestos detected. Office 7 External Main construction, no asbestos detected. Canopy (metal), no asbestos detected. Signage boxing (no access), presumed to contain asbestos within. Guttering, sample ref: 027 found to contain chrysotile asbestos. Roof (metal), no asbestos detected. Roof felt underneath metal cladding, sample ref: 028 found not to contain asbestos. Front canopy (wood), no asbestos detected. Signage boxing Guttering * Please note: no access gained to signage boxing due to height being over 3 metres. HSE/S/137/01 Page 25 of 34

26 6.0 Survey Plan Drawings Showroom Ground Floor Boiler Boiler rea Guttering 20 Boxing Female W/C Office Print Room 22 Cupboard 3 Kitchen Showroom Cupboard 2 14 Male W/C 15 Cupboard 1 12 Office Office 3 Signage Canopy FRONT Sample Points = x (Not to scale) HSE/S/137/01 Page 26 of 34

27 Showroom First Floor 25 W/C Office 4 26 Kitchen Board to wall Office 5 Corridor Cupboard Cupboard Office 7 Office 6 FRONT Sample Points = x (Not to scale) HSE/S/137/01 Page 27 of 34

28 7.0 Materials ssessment lgorithm and sbestos Register Location of Material Showroom Showroom Sample Ref Showroom 013 Showroom Male W/C 015 Female W/C 017 Material Description Underneath ceramic tiles Cupboard 1 electric boxes Cupboard 3 boxing Cupboard 3 ceiling board Ceiling board Ceiling board Product or Material Type (or debris from product) Extent of Damage or Deterioration Low Surface Treatment (none) nsulation None Enclosed nsulation (board) nsulation (board) nsulation (board) nsulation (board) Low Low Low Low Encapsulated (painted) Encapsulated (painted) Encapsulated (painted) Encapsulated (painted) sbestos Type Total Score (Risk) Qty approx *Work* HSE Notifiable YES / NO 3 120sqm NO mosite & mosite & mosite & mosite & dentification Recommendation ccessibility Presumed (no access) 5 <1sqm YES Presumed 6 n/a YES nalysed 6 <1sqm YES Presumed as sample ref: sqm YES nalysed 6 3sqm YES nalysed carried out in accordance with legislative guidance. HSE/S/137/01 Page 28 of 34

29 Location of Material Female W/C Sample Ref Kitchen 019 Print room Print room Material Description Ceiling void boxing Ceiling board Boiler area boiler Boiler area vent Product or Material Type (or debris from product) nsulation (board) nsulation (board) Extent of Damage or Deterioration Low Low Surface Treatment Encapsulated (painted) Encapsulated (painted) nsulation None Enclosed nsulation None Enclosed sbestos Type mosite & mosite & Total Score (Risk) Qty approx *Work* HSE Notifiable YES / NO 6 n/a YES dentification Recommendation ccessibility Presumed as sample ref: sqm YES nalysed 5 1sqm YES Presumed 5 <1sqm YES Presumed (within) HSE/S/137/01 Page 29 of 34

30 Location of Material First Floor Sample Ref Material Description Kitchen 026 Sink pad Office 4 Office 4 External Cupboard immersion heater Cupboard immersion heater Signage boxing (no access) External 027 Guttering Product or Material Type (or debris from product) (bitumen) Extent of Damage or Deterioration Low Surface Treatment (none) nsulation None Enclosed nsulation None Enclosed nsulation None Enclosed (cement) Medium (none) sbestos Type Total Score (Risk) Qty approx *Work* HSE Notifiable YES / NO 2 <1sqm NO nalysed 5 1sqm YES Presumed 5 1sqm YES Presumed 5 n/a YES dentification Recommendation ccessibility Presumed (within) 5 3m NO nalysed carried out in accordance with legislative guidance. Recommend removal, any work to be contractors HSE/S/137/01 Page 30 of 34

31 SBESTOS SURVEY REPORT OVERROSS GRGES EXTERNL GRGE ROSS-ON-WYE HSE/S/137/01 Page 31 of 34

32 Garage 1 Garage 2 Other heater, presumed to contain asbestos. Heater External Main construction, no asbestos detected. Roof, no asbestos detected. Doors (metal), no asbestos detected. HSE/S/137/01 Page 32 of 34

33 6.0 Survey Plan Drawings External Garages Garage 2 Garage 1 FRONT Sample Points = x (Not to scale) HSE/S/137/01 Page 33 of 34

34 Location of Material 7.0 Materials ssessment lgorithm and sbestos Register Sample Ref Material Description Product or Material Type (or debris from product) Extent of Damage or Deterioration Surface Treatment Garage 2 Heater nsulation None Enclosed sbestos Type Total Score (Risk) Qty approx *Work* HSE Notifiable YES / NO 5 1sqm YES Presumed dentification Recommendation ccessibility HSE/S/137/01 Page 34 of 34

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