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1 Rossendale Borough Council The WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Report November 2 creative minds safe hands

2 Document Control Project: Client: Job Number: File Origin: The,, Asbestos Demolition Survey Rossendale Borough Council S:\PROJECT FILES\PROJECTS_A7\ Rossendale Document Checking: Prepared by: Andrew Noone Signed: Checked by: Tom Sendall Signed: Issue Date Status 7th November 2 Issue creative minds safe hands

3 Contents Page. Executive Summary. Introduction 2. Site Details 3. Survey Methodology 4. Survey Conditions 5. Asbestos Register 6. s 7. Glossary of Terms 8. References Table Contents Table Areas of No Access Appendix Contents Appendix A Report Conditions for WYG Asbestos Refurbishment / Demolition Survey Appendix B Inspection Reports Appendix C Risk Assessment Criteria Appendix D Site Sketches Appendix E Analysis Certificates creative minds safe hands

4 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey. Executive Summary Site Location The site address is The,,. It is located in the centre of. General Site Description The site was primarily used as a multi-tenanted shopping centre with offices, a night club and public house. The site has been vacant for a number of years. Constructed in the mid 96s, the buildings are of a concrete construction with plasterboard, brick/block walls, and strammit board being used extensively throughout. Date and type of survey undertaken Summary of Asbestos Containing Materials Identified There are also significant occurrences of asbestos containing materials within the buildings. It is understood from the Client that the survey was undertaken to assist with the compliance of the Control of Asbestos Regulations (CAR) 26. A WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey was undertaken in accordance with HSG 264 Asbestos; The Survey Guide. The survey was undertaken due to the proposed demolition of the premises. The WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey was conducted between the 3 st October and 4 th November 2 by Tom Sendall, Andrew Noone and Steven Hall of WYG Environment Planning Transport Ltd. Sample analysis techniques were UKAS accredited in accordance with HSG 248 Asbestos: The Analysts Guide for Sampling, Analysis and Clearance Procedures, 25. A total of 99 no. samples were analysed following the survey. Of these, 57 no. samples were confirmed as containing asbestos fibre. A further 48 no. items were presumed to contain asbestos fibre leading to the positive identification of 5 no. items. These include the following: Asbestos Insulating Board (AIB); Asbestos Cement; Textured Coatings; Asbestos Paper; Asbestos Resin Products; Asbestos Textile & Gaskets; Asbestos Vinyl Flooring and Adhesive; and, Asbestos Bitumen products. For more detailed information please refer to Section B, D & E of this report. During the survey extensively damaged ACM, including AIB, was identified in Unit 3 (formerly a public house), Unit, the electrical cupboard behind Unit 3 and external areas behind Units 6 and 7. Areas of No Access General s Access to these areas should be controlled and accessed utilising suitable PPE and risk assessment/method statement. Every effort was made to access all areas of the site. Inaccessible areas and limitations of a WYG Asbestos Refurbishment / Demolition Survey are detailed in Sections 4.2 and.3.2 of this report. Inaccessible areas should be presumed to contain asbestos containing materials (ACM) until such time as an inspection can be made that proves otherwise, as required by the Control of Asbestos Regulations (CAR) 26. Prior to demolition, refurbishment or any other works that might disturb the asbestos materials identified, they should be removed. It is recommended that a site-specific method statement be produced in order to facilitate the removal of the asbestos. It is advised that a duty holder be appointed to coordinate and oversee the management of asbestos at the site. The waste generated from asbestos removal should be disposed of in accordance with the Hazardous Waste (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 29. The contractor must - The November 2

5 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey ensure that adequate Duty of Care provisions are put in place for the transportation and disposal of wastes from the site in line with the obligations of the Environmental Protection Act 99. This sheet is intended to provide a summary only of the asbestos survey findings. It does not provide a definitive engineering analysis for the purposes of costing or construction and is subject to the limitations of this WYG Asbestos Refurbishment / Demolition Survey. - The November 2

6 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey. Introduction General (WYG) was commissioned by Rossendale Borough Council to undertake a WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey at the,,,. Tom Sendall, Andrew Noone and Steven Hall undertook the survey between 3 st November 2. October and 4 th. Objectives A WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey was undertaken at the site in order to meet the following objectives: To identify the presence, location and condition of reasonably accessible asbestos containing materials (ACM s); and, To produce a report to identify areas of confirmed and suspected asbestos and to provide an indication as to their location, condition and extent..2 Survey Limitations Whilst the surveyors made every effort, WYG cannot guarantee that all asbestos containing materials have been identified, or that survey results are definitive. Specific areas of the site where suitable access was not available are recorded in Section 4.2 of this document. Features that generally fall outside the scope of a WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey include: Within floor voids, where no inspection hatch is present. Areas behind or above suspected asbestos containing materials Within solid concrete floors where asbestos shuttering may have been used Within confined spaces etc. where reasonable access is unavailable 2 Within live plant or electrical apparatus Beneath lagging or cladding of live pipes where a burn hazard may be present Concealed pipe runs, where reasonable access in unavailable Areas that are considered to present a significant Health & Safety risk. - The November 2

7 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Areas behind or above suspected asbestos containing materials are required to be inspected by HSG264. Where such areas could not be identified prior to the commission of the survey, a provisional sum should have been allowed for by the client to enable the surveyor to return to site with a licensed asbestos contractor in order to gain access. Such access may also necessitate 4-day (ASB5) notification to the HSE and may require concurrent air monitoring to be carried out. Should this type of access have been required, we liaises and sought agreement from the project team before commencing beyond the agreed project scope. 2 Where access is restricted due to confined space or other health & safety concerns, these areas will be detailed in the report and recommendations given for the most appropriate means of investigation, and if necessary, any additional costs which would be entailed. A strategy of using representative samples of suspected asbestos materials has been used to minimise the number of samples taken to a practical level and keep to a minimum the disturbance of potential asbestos containing materials at the site. Because of this strategy the results of the survey should be interpreted such that all visually similar materials in the same area must be assumed to be composed of the same material until proven otherwise. In accordance with The Control of Asbestos Regulations 26, it must be assumed that materials visually assessed as asbestos containing materials contain amphibole asbestos fibres (i.e. Amosite and Crocidolite), unless sampled to prove otherwise..3 Report Conditions This report has been prepared in accordance with the accepted service details, terms and conditions of our accepted proposal letter ref: S:\PROJECT FILES\PROJECTS_A7\ Rossendale Valley Centre\Cost Control\. The report is further subject to the conditions detailed in Appendix A. - The November 2

8 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey 2. Site Details 2. Location The site address is The,,. It is located in the centre of. 2.2 Buildings The site was primarily used as a multi-tenanted shopping centre with offices, a night club and public house. The site has been vacant for a number of years. Constructed in the mid 96s, the buildings are of a concrete construction with plasterboard, brick/block walls, and strammit board being used extensively throughout. There are also significant occurrences of asbestos containing materials within the buildings. Please note the units are reported in a chronological order of survey date, not by unit number. The order of reporting is detailed below; Unit 3, 34, 2, &2, 7, 8,, 27, 9, 3, 3, 3, 4, 6, 7, 25, 22, 23&24, 26, 8, 28, 32, 33, 29, 4&5, 6, 35, 36 & Externals. No survey data exists for units, 5, 9, 2, 2, 25 or the sites electrical intake room where no suspect materials were identified. Specific areas included within the survey scope are as follows: The ; Public Conveniences; and, Electrical Switch Room (accessed externally). 2.3 Asbestos Features ACMs (asbestos containing materials) were identified throughout the site, although ACMs were not identified in some areas. Units where no ACMs were identified are highlighted in Appendix D of this report (non-asbestos areas are annotated with green hatching). - The November 2

9 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Whilst asbestos containing materials were not identified in the above-mentioned areas, reference should be made to Section.3, which describes the standard limitations of this type of investigation. 3. Survey Methodology A WYG Demolition Asbestos Survey, based upon the methodology set out in HSG 264 was undertaken. Each area was inspected to locate materials presumed or strongly presumed to contain asbestos, all of which must be removed prior to demolition and/or major refurbishment. Photographs of each sample location were taken, however where similar materials were identified these are referenced to similar homogeneous materials. Each sample is assessed using a material assessment algorithm, which assigns a score of risk to each individual ACM based the following criteria: Friability; Condition; Surface Treatment; Fibre Type; Accessibility, and; Position. Each criterion has various scores and when all the scores for each are added together a value of risk is generated for the material. This is only a requirement of HSG 264 for Management Surveys; however, the algorithm values have been applied during this survey as we understand that contractors may visit the site prior to demolition. All samples were analysed by a UKAS accredited laboratory using Polarised Light Microscopy and Dispersion Staining techniques in accordance with HSG The November 2

10 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey 4. Survey Conditions 4. Access Constraints All areas of the site were assessed (unless stated in Section 4.2) for the presence of ACM s and where ACM s were presumed and/or strongly presumed samples were taken. These presumptions are based upon surveyors experience associated with identification of a particular material. 4.2 Areas of No Access Table Areas of No Access Area of No Access Reason Unit 4 & 5 Sewer Chamber Subfloor and Undercroft Voids Above fibreboard ceiling and within electrics in the sites electrical intake room. Electrics throughout Biological Health Hazard Extent of areas not mapped out. These areas were excluded from the survey at the request of the client. To be revisited as required. All plant was live at the time of the survey restricting movement and access within the room. During the survey some electrical switch gear was evidently dead, and accessible. Some electrical switch gear could not be guaranteed as being isolated and on this basis was not accessed. This report highlights ACMs identified in electrical plant where accessible. Please refer to Section.3 for our standard WYG Asbestos Refurbishment / Demolition Survey limitations. 4.3 Survey Specific There is always a possibility that asbestos materials other than those highlighted by this report are present in those areas not accessed fully at the time of the survey. - The November 2

11 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Inaccessible areas should be presumed to contain amphibole asbestos and appropriate management planning should be implemented in order to control access and maintenance activities to these areas until such a time as they can be accessed and the presence or absence of asbestos containing materials can be confirmed. A strategy of using representative samples of suspected asbestos materials has been used to minimise the number of samples taken to a practical level and keep to a minimum the disturbance of potential asbestos containing materials. Because of this strategy the results of the survey should be interpreted such that all visually similar materials in the same area must be assumed to be composed of the same material until proven otherwise. In accordance with The Control of Asbestos Regulations 26, it must be assumed that materials visually assessed as asbestos containing materials contain amphibole asbestos fibres (i.e. Amosite and Crocidolite), unless strongly presumed otherwise or sampled to prove otherwise. Asbestos products and non-asbestos products in some areas of the building are located in close proximity to each other. Care must be taken when removing the asbestos in order that contamination of the nonasbestos materials is not caused, as this will increase disposal costs. Material assessments have been undertaken on the various items inspected. These assessments are carried out according to the material assessment algorithm appended to this report, which is based on the assessment criteria in HSG The November 2

12 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 3 (Pub), st floor, Room, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9,,, 2, 3 & 4 Insulating board wall panels Insulating Board - (Medium) Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Debris / Unsealed 96 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3- (Sample) Risk Band B High Risk Control access then remove Unit 3 (Pub), st floor, Rooms - 4 Textured coating to ceiling Textured Coating - (Low) 2 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Poor / Sealed 3TS-3-2 Risk Band C 5 sq. m. High / Internal Control access then remove (Sample) Medium Risk Unit 3 (Pub), st floor, Room, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 & Cement external panels Cement - (Low) 3 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 5 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-3 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), st floor, Rooms - 4 Grey vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 4 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 5 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-4 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), st floor, Room Lining to door -3 & -8 Insulating Board - (Medium) 6 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Poor / Unsealed 2x 2 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-6 (Sample) Risk Band B High Risk Control access then remove Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 5 Insulating board boxing Insulating Board - (Medium) 7 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 5 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-7 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

13 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Reference Access / Position Number / Risk Band s (Identification) Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 6 Textured coating to ceiling Textured Coating - (Low) 9 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Poor / Sealed 3 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-9 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Control access then remove Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 6 Insulating board to 2no. metal uprights Insulating Board - (Medium) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Good / Unsealed 2x 3 m. High / Internal 3TS-3- (Sample) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 6 Insulating board ceiling panels Insulating Board - (Medium) 2 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Good / Sealed 3 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-2 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 7 Insulating board ceiling panels Insulating Board - (Medium) 3 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 25 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-3 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-2) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 7 Textured coating to ceiling Textured Coating - (Low) 4 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Debris / Sealed 25 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-4 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-9) Risk Band C Medium Risk Control access then remove Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 7 Insulating board to metal upright Insulating Board - (Medium) 6 Strongly Presumed Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 3 m. High / Internal 3TS-3-6 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-) Risk Band C Medium Risk - November 2 Issue

14 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 8 Insulating board column cladding behind tiles Insulating Board - (Medium) 7 Strongly Presumed Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 3 m. High / Internal 3TS-3-7 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 8 Insulating board ceiling panels Insulating Board - (Medium) 8 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Poor 4 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-8 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-2) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 8 Textured coating to ceiling Textured Coating - (Low) 9 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 4 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-9 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-9) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 9-2 Insulating board ceiling panels Insulating Board - (Medium) 2 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 2 x 24 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-2 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-2) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 9-2 Textured coating to ceiling Textured Coating - (Low) 2 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 2 x 24 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-2 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-9) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 9-2 Insulating board skylight upstands Insulating Board - (Medium) 22 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-22 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-2) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

15 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 2 Cement wall lining to entrance foyer Cement - (Low) 23 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Unsealed 4 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-23 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-3) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 2 Insulating board ceiling panels Insulating Board - (Medium) 24 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Good / Poor 4 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-24 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-2) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 23 Cement to wall to entrance foyer Cement - (Low) 27 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Unsealed 2 m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-27 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-3) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 23 Insulating board ceiling panels Insulating Board - (Medium) 28 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-28 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-2) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 23 Textured coating to ceiling Textured Coating - (Low) 29 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-29 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-9) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 24 & Entrance Foyer Insulating board ceiling panels Insulating Board - (Medium) 3 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 5 sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-3 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-2) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

16 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 24 Insulating board columns Insulating Board - (Medium) 3 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Poor 3x 3 m. High / Internal 3TS-3-3 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-7) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 25 Multicolours vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 33 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 5 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-33 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Ground, Room 25 Insulating board ceiling panels Insulating Board - (Medium) 34 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 35 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-34 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-2) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 3 (Pub), Basement, Room 27 Insulating board ceiling panels & debris Insulating Board - (Medium) 35 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Debris / Unsealed 5 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-35 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-2) Risk Band B High Risk Control access then remove Unit 3 (Pub), Basement, Room 27 Textured coating to ceiling Textured Coating - (Low) 36 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Poor / Sealed 5 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-36 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-9) Risk Band C Medium Risk Control access then remove Unit 3 (Pub), Basement, Room 27 Insulating board door headers to rooms 26-3 Insulating Board - (Medium) 37 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Good / Sealed Each sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-37 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-7) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

17 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 3 (Pub), Basement, Room 28 Insulating board door lining Insulating Board - (Medium) 38 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 2 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-38 (Sample) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 3 (Pub), Basement, Room 28 Cement flue pipe to boiler Cement - (Low) 39 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 2 m. High / Internal 3TS-3-39 (Sample) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 3 (Pub), Basement, Room 28 Insulating board ventilation boxing Insulating Board - (Medium) 4 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Good / Sealed sq. m. Medium / Internal 3TS-3-4 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-7) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3 (Pub), Basement, Room 29 into 3 Insulating board door surround Insulating Board - (Medium) 4 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Poor / Unsealed 3 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-4 (Same as Sample 3TS-3-7) Risk Band B High Risk Unit 34 (Offices), Ground, Entrance Lobby Olive/green vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 43 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed sq. m. High / Internal TS-34- (Same as Sample TS-34-5) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 34 (Offices), Ground, Entrance Lobby Presumed flash guards to electrics Gasket / Seal - (Medium) 44 Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 2 No. High / Internal TS-34-2 (Visual Identification) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

18 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 34 (Offices), st floor, Room & Blue vinyl floor covering Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 45 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 2x 4 sq. m. High / Internal TS-34-3 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 34 (Offices), st floor, Room 3 & 2 Acoustic pads to sink Bitumen - (Low) 46 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 No. High / Internal TS-34-4 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 34 (Offices), st floor, Room, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 2 & 22 Olive/green vinyl flooring & adhesive Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 47 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 5 sq. m. High / Internal TS-34-5 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 2 (PO), st floor, Room 9 Cistern Composite / Resin - (Low) 5 Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Good / Sealed No. High / Internal TS-2-3 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Units & 2, Ground, Room Vinyl flooring & adhesive Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 52 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 2 sq. m. High / Internal TS-&2-2 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 7, Ground, Room Acoustic pads to sink Bitumen - (Low) 54 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 2 No. High / Internal 2TS-7-2 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

19 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 7, Ground, Room 5 Flash guards to electrics Textile - (Medium) 55 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed Unknown High / Internal 2TS-7-3 (Sample) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 7, st floor, Room 7 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 56 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 sq. m. High / Internal 2TS-7-4 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 8, Ground, Room Resin electric box Composite / Resin - (Low) 57 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 2 sq. m. High / Internal 2TS-8- (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 8, Ground, Room Flash guards to electrics Textile - (Medium) 58 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed Unknown High / Internal 2TS-8-2 (Same as Sample 2TS-7-3) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 8, Ground, Room, 2, 7, 8, 9 & Vinyl flooring & adhesive Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 59 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 8 sq. m. High / Internal 2TS-8-3 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit, Ground, Room Insulating board bulkhead in ceiling void Insulating Board - (Medium) 6 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Poor / Unsealed sq. m. Medium / Internal 2TS-- (Same as Sample 2TS--4) Risk Band B High Risk Control access then remove - November 2 Issue

20 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit, Ground, Room & 2 Insulating board debris in ceiling void Insulating Board - (Medium) 6 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Debris / Unsealed 2 sq. m. Medium / Internal 2TS--2 (Same as Sample 2TS--4) Risk Band B High Risk Control access then remove Unit, Ground, Room 2, 3 & 4 Flash guards to electrics Textile - (Medium) 62 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Poor / Unsealed Unknown High / Internal 2TS--3 (Same as Sample 2TS-7-3) Risk Band B High Risk Unit, Ground, Room 4 Insulating board strip to boarded up entry to room 2 Insulating Board - (Medium) 63 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 3 m. High / Internal 2TS--4 (Sample) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit, Ground, Room 4 Gasket to A/C ductwork Gasket / Seal - (Medium) 64 Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Unsealed m. Medium / Internal 2TS--5 (Visual Identification) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 27, Ground, Below Room 3, 4 & 5 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 66 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 6 sq. m. Medium / Internal 2TS-27- (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3, st floor, Room 2 Vinyl flooring & adhesive Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 7 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3- (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

21 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 3, st floor, Room Acoustic sink pad Bitumen - (Low) 73 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 2 No. High / Internal 3TS-3-3 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 3, Ground, Room 6 Presumed flash guards to electrics Textile - (Medium) 75 Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Unsealed No. High / Internal 3TS-3-5 (Visual Identification) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 3, Ground, Room 5 Insulating board boxing in ceiling void adjacent heaters Insulating Board - (Medium) 76 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 2 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-3-6 (Same as Sample 2TS--4) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 3, Ground, Room 3 Acoustic pad to sink Bitumen - (Low) 77 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed No. High / Internal 3TS-3- (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 4, st floor, Room 2 Insulating board panel to radiator Insulating Board - (Medium) 79 Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 2 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-4- (Sample) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 4, st floor, Room Vinyl flooring & adhesive Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 8 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-4-2 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

22 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 4, st floor, Room 7 Vinyl flooring & adhesive Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 8 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-4-3 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 4, Ground, Room 3 Vinyl flooring & adhesive Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 82 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 5 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-4-4 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 4, Ground, Room 3 Flash guards to electrics Textile - (Medium) 83 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed No. High / Internal 3TS-4-5 (Same as Sample 2TS-7-3) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 6, Ground, Room 4 Stairs Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 84 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 6 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-6- (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 6, st floor, Room 5 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 85 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 6 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-6-2 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 6, st floor, Room 6 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 86 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-6-3 (Same as Sample 3TS-6-2) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

23 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 6, st floor, Room 9 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 87 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 25 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-6-4 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 6, st floor, Room 7 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 88 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 2 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-6-5 (Same as Sample 3TS-6-2) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 6, st floor, Room 7 Acoustic sink pad Bitumen - (Low) 89 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 2 No. High / Internal 3TS-6-6 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 6, st floor, Room 8 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 9 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-6-7 (Same as Sample 3TS-6-2) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 25, Ground, Room 5 Cement panels to light transformers in ceiling void Cement - (Low) 92 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Unsealed sq. m. Low / Internal 3TS-25- (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 25, st floor, Room 7 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 93 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 6 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-25-2 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

24 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 25, Ground, Room 5 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 94 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 25 sq. m. High / Internal 3TS-25-3 (Same as Sample 3TS-25-2) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 23 & 24, st floor, Room Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 98 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 sq. m. High / Internal 7-TS-23&24-2 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 8, st floor, Room Vinyl flooring & adhesive Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 3 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 sq. m. High / Internal 7TS-8-3 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 28, Ground, Rooms - 5 Insulating board ceiling Insulating Board - (Medium) 4 Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 7 sq. m. Medium / Internal 7TS-28- (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 32, st floor, Room 3 Acoustic pad to sink Bitumen - (Low) 6 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 2 No. High / Internal 8TS-32-2 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 33, st floor, Room Vinyl remnants & adhesive Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 8 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Poor / Sealed sq. m. High / Internal 8TS-33- (Sample) Risk Band C Medium Risk - November 2 Issue

25 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 29, Ground, Room 6 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 9 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 2 sq. m. High / Internal 8TS-29- (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 29, Ground, Room 6 Flash guards to electrics Textile - (Medium) Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Unsealed No. High / Internal 8TS-29-2 (Visual Identification) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 6, st floor, Room 2 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 5 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 6 sq. m. High / Internal 8TS-6- (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 6, st floor, Room Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 6 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 4 sq. m. High / Internal 8TS-6-2 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 6, Ground, Room 3 (stairs) Stair nosing Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 7 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 3 No. High / Internal 8TS-6-3 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 6, Ground, Room 4 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 8 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Sealed sq. m. High / Internal 8TS-6-4 (Same as Sample 8TS-6-) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

26 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 6, Ground, Room 4 Flash guards to electrics Textile - (Medium) 9 Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 3 No. High / Internal 8TS-6-5 (Visual Identification) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 36, Ground, Room Filler above door Insulating Board - (Medium) 2 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Poor 3 m. High / Internal 9TS-36- (Same as Sample 9TS-36-2) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 36, st floor, Room 5 Sorround to flue through roof Insulating Board - (Medium) 22 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed.5 sq. m. High / Internal 9TS-36-2 (Sample) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 36, st floor, Room 5 Roof felt Bitumen - (Low) 23 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Sealed sq. m. Medium / Internal 9TS-36-3 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 36, st floor, Room 9 Lining to walk in fridge Cement - (Low) 24 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed sq. m. High / Internal 9TS-36-4 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 36, st floor, Room 4 Acoustic pads to sink Bitumen - (Low) 25 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 No. High / Internal 9TS-36-5 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

27 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 36, st floor, Room 4 Door linings Insulating Board - (Medium) 26 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Good / Sealed 4 No. High / Internal 9TS-36-6 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 36, st floor, Rooms 6 & 7 Flue sections in ceiling void Cement - (Low) 27 Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Unsealed 3 m. Low / Internal 9TS-36-7 (Visual Identification) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 36, Ground, Room 7 Soffit Insulating Board - (Medium) 28 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Fair / Sealed 3 sq. m. Medium / Internal 9TS-36-8 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material Unit 36, st floor, Rooms 6, 8 & 9 Vinyl flooring & adhesive Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 3 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Poor / Sealed 25 sq. m. High / Internal 9TS-36- (Sample) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 36, st floor, Room 6 Flash guards to electrics Textile - (Medium) 3 Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 3 No. High / Internal 9TS-36- (Visual Identification) Risk Band C Medium Risk Unit 36, st floor, Room 28 Vinyl flooring Floor Tile / Covering - (Low) 34 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Poor / Sealed 5 sq. m. High / Internal 9TS-36-4 (Same as Sample 9TS-36-) Risk Band C Medium Risk - November 2 Issue

28 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s Unit 36, st floor, Room 29 Loose board Insulating Board - (Medium) 35 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Poor / Unsealed sq. m. High / Internal 9TS-36-5 (Sample) Risk Band B High Risk External, External, Rear of Units 6 and 7 Insulating board debris to rear of shops Insulating Board - (Medium) 4 Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Debris / Unsealed 3 sq. m. High / Internal TS-Ext-2 (Sample) Risk Band B High Risk External, External, Rear of Unit 3 Insulating board canopy Insulating Board - (Medium) 43 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Good / Sealed 3 sq. m. Medium / External TS-Ext-4 (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material External, External, Rear of Unit 3 Flash guards to electrics Gasket / Seal - (Medium) 44 Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed Unknown High / Internal TS-Ext-5 (Visual Identification) Risk Band D Low Risk Material External, External, Rear of Unit 3 Resin board to electrics Composite / Resin - (Low) 45 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Sealed 3 sq. m. High / Internal TS-Ext-6 (Same as Sample 2TS-8-) Risk Band D Low Risk Material External, External, Rear of Unit 3 Insulating board debris in cupboard Insulating Board - (Medium) 46 Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Debris / Unsealed 2 sq. m. High / Internal TS-Ext-7 (Same as Sample TS-Ext-4) Risk Band B High Risk - November 2 Issue

29 5. ASBESTOS REGISTER Project Name Date of Survey 3//2-4//2 Area Feature Material Type - (Friability) Photo No. Asbestos Fibre Condition / Surface Treatment Extent Access / Position Reference Number / (Identification) Risk Band s External, External, Roof above Units 6 and 7 Insulating board debris on roof Insulating Board - (Medium) 48 Strongly Presumed Amosite (Brown Asbestos) Debris / Unsealed 2 sq. m. High / External TS-Ext-9 (Same as Sample TS-Ext-2) Risk Band B High Risk External, External, Roof above Unit 3 Paper barrier to timber fascia cladding Paper - (Medium) 49 Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Fair / Unsealed 25 m. Low / External TS-Ext- (Sample) Risk Band D Low Risk Material External, External, External wall of Unit 36 (Astoria) Flue pipe to roof Cement - (Low) 5 Presumed Chrysotile (White Asbestos) Good / Unsealed.5 m. Low / External TS-Ext-2 (Visual Identification) Risk Band D Low Risk Material - November 2 Issue

30 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey 6. s 6. Summary Survey inspection reports detail the ACM identified, its approximate extent and its priority risk rating, these reports are contained within Appendix B of this report. The asbestos register, Section 5. of this report summarises asbestos containing materials and presumed asbestos materials identified during the course of the survey. 6.2 Notifiable Materials Asbestos Insulating Board (AIB) AIB was identified throughout the site, sometimes in very poor condition or as debris. During the survey extensively damaged ACM, including AIB, was identified in Unit 3 (formerly a public house), Unit, electrical cupboard behind Unit 3 and external areas behind Units 6 and 7. Access to these areas should be controlled and accessed utilising suitable PPE and risk assessments/method statements. The removal of AIB should be undertaken by a contractor licensed by the HSE to undertake such works, and should be undertaken according to the requirements of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 26, HSG 247 The Licensed Contractors Guide and other associated legislation and guidance. These works should be notified (using an ASB5 form) to the relevant enforcing authority (in this instance the HSE), with a 4 day notification period being observed. Independent analytical monitoring must be carried out in conjunction with these works. 6.3 Non-notifiable Materials Significant amounts of non-notifiable materials were identified during the survey. These materials include asbestos cement, textured coating ( artex ), textiles, bitumens, flooring materials etc. Although often in poor condition, they do not present a significant hazard. Removal of these products does not usually necessitate the use of a licensed asbestos removal contractor, although it should be carried out in line with current asbestos legislation and guidance documents to ensure - The November 2

31 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey safe and appropriate working practice. An air-monitoring regime appropriate to the works undertaken should also be instigated to accompany any removal works. Key legislation and guidance that should be adhered to during the course of such works will include: The Control of Asbestos Regulations 26 (and associated Approved Codes of Practice L43); Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 999; Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 27; and, HSE Documents HSG 248 (Analysts Guide) and HSG 247 (Contractors Guide). 6.4 General It is recommended that a site-specific asbestos removal specification and method statements be produced in order to facilitate any asbestos removal works. The waste generated from asbestos removal should be notified and disposed of in accordance with the Hazardous Waste (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 29. The contractor must ensure that adequate Duty of Care provisions are put in place for the transportation and disposal of wastes from the site in line with the obligations of the Environmental Protection Act 99. In accordance with Regulation 4 of The Control of Asbestos Regulations 26, it is advised that a management plan is produced and a duty holder be appointed to coordinate and oversee the management of the asbestos at the site. Ensure that non-asbestos replacement materials are installed, to maintain fire proofing if the building. 6.5 Asbestos Management Plan (AMP) It is anticipated that the buildings comprising the will be demolished in the near future. However, until such a time, will be solely responsible for the management of ACMs within the buildings. must therefore produce a strategy of management that will ensure no persons are exposed to asbestos. The following section contains generic information on how this can be approached: The Control of Asbestos Regulations 26 stipulates under Regulation 4, that persons responsible by virtue of ownership, contract or tenancy of a non-domestic premise are responsible for undertaking a suitable and - The November 2

32 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey sufficient assessment for the presence of asbestos materials within those premises and implement an appropriate Asbestos Management Plan (AMP). Areas highlighted in Sections.3.2 and 4.2 as areas of no access should be presumed to contain amphibole asbestos and appropriate management planning should be implemented in order to control access and maintenance activities to these areas until such a time as they can be accessed and the presence or absence of asbestos containing materials can be confirmed. Asbestos materials were encountered in the survey as detailed in Section 5.. The AMP should stipulate the requirements for working in these areas identified as containing asbestos as well as the areas of no access as stated in Sections.3.2 & 4.2. For example, the requirements for working in these areas may be a permit to work system, appropriate risk assessments or by other means to ensure people are not exposed to asbestos. Consultation of the Approved Code of Practice L27: The management of asbestos in non-domestic premises (Regulation 4 of the Control of Asbestos Regulations 26). Health and Safety Executive, 26, outlines the procedures that should be followed when developing and implementing an AMP. In accordance with Regulation 4 of The Control of Asbestos Regulations 26, it is advised that a Duty Holder be appointed to coordinate and oversee the management of asbestos at the site. The most appropriate person to be considered to be a Duty Holder is the person responsible for coordinating maintenance activities for the premises. The Duty Holder has the responsibility to incorporate the results of this survey into an AMP for the building. The Duty Holder must ensure that an appropriate Priority Assessment is undertaken as detailed in HSG 227: A Comprehensive Guide to Managing Asbestos in Premises, taking into account factors such as: Normal Occupant Activity assessment based upon the interaction of occupants and the area being assessed. Likelihood of disturbance assessment based upon location of asbestos, its accessibility and quantity of material that has the potential to be disturbed. Human Exposure Potential assessment based upon number of occupants, frequency of use and duration of use. Maintenance Activity assessment based upon type of maintenance activity and frequency. - The November 2

33 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Combining the Material Risk Assessment with the Priority Assessment provides an overall assessment with respect to ACM s present within a building. This overall assessment will then determine the management requirements for the building. WYG can assist in the process of risk assessment to further develop the AMP in accordance with L27 and HSG MMMF A number of materials associated with Machine Made Mineral Fibre (MMMF) are present with areas in the building (e.g. within ceiling voids). These materials are covered by the COSHH regulations and persons working on or near these materials should undertake sufficient risk assessments and/or wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment. - The November 2

34 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey 7. Glossary of Terms ACM AIB AMP CAR EA HSE HSG MMMF NADIS UKAS WYG Asbestos Containing Material Asbestos Insulating Board Asbestos Management Plan Control of Asbestos Regulations Environment Agency Health and Safety Executive Health and Safety Guidance Machine Made Mineral Fibre No Asbestos Detected in Sample United Kingdom Accreditation Service - The November 2

35 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey 8. References HSG 264 Asbestos: The Survey Guide. HSG 248 Asbestos: The Analysts Guide for Sampling, Analysis and Clearance Procedures, 25. CAR 26 Control of Asbestos Regulations 26, October The November 2

36 WYG Asbestos Refurbishment / Demolition Survey Appendices - The November 2

37 WYG Asbestos Refurbishment / Demolition Survey Appendix A Report Conditions for WYG Asbestos Refurbishment / Demolition Survey - The November 2

38 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey WYG ENVIRONMENT PLANNING TRANSPORT LTD This report is produced solely for the benefit of ; no account is taken for any reliance placed on it by any other party unless specifically agreed in writing otherwise. This report refers, within the limitations stated, to the condition of the site at the time of the inspections. No warranty is given as to the possibility of future changes in the condition of the site. This report is based on a site inspection in the accessed areas as noted, the physical investigation as detailed, information supplied by those parties referenced in the text. Some of the opinions are based on unconfirmed data and information and are presented as the best that can be obtained without further extensive dismantling and disturbance. The test results that are available can only be regarded as a limited but likely representative sample assessed against current guidelines. The impact of our assessment on other aspects of the development requires evaluation by other involved parties. The possibility of the presence of asbestos, perhaps in higher concentrations, elsewhere on the site where not accessed, cannot be discounted. Whilst the findings detailed within this report reflect our best assessment, because there are no exact UK definitions of these matters, being subject to risk analysis, we are unable to give categoric assurances that they will be accepted by authorities or funds without question as such bodies have unpublished, more stringent objectives. This report is prepared and written for the purposed uses stated in the report and should not be used in a different context without reference to WYG. In time improved practices or amended legislation may necessitate a re-assessment. The report is limited to those aspects specifically reported on and is necessarily restricted and no liability is accepted for any other aspect. The opinions expressed cannot be absolute due to the limitations of time and resources accepted by the agreed brief and the possibility of unrecorded previous use and abuse of the site and adjacent sites. The report concentrates on the site as defined in the report. - The November 2

39 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Appendix B Inspection Reports - The November 2

40 Photo Number Reference number 3TS-3- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Debris 6 Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9,,, 2, 3 & 4 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board wall panels Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 96 sq. m. Position Internal Control access then remove Assessment Score 6 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

41 Photo Number 2 Reference number 3TS-3-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Poor 4 Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Rooms - 4 Material Friability Low Feature Textured coating to ceiling Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility High 2 Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Control access then remove Assessment Score 8 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

42 Photo Number 3 Reference number 3TS-3-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 & Material Friability Low Feature Cement external panels Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Cement Accessibility High 2 Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

43 Photo Number 4 Reference number 3TS-3-4 Sample Not Applicable In Adhesive Only Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Rooms - 4 Material Friability Low Feature Grey vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

44 Photo Number 5 Reference number 3TS-3-5 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 3 Material Friability Feature Acoustic sink pad Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent 2 No. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

45 Photo Number 6 Reference number 3TS-3-6 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Poor 4 Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room Material Friability Medium Feature Lining to door -3 & -8 Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 2x 2 sq. m. Position Internal Control access then remove Assessment Score 3 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

46 Photo Number 7 Reference number 3TS-3-7 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 5 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board boxing Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 7 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

47 Photo Number 8 Reference number 3TS-3-8 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 5 Material Friability Feature Grey vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 2 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

48 Photo Number 9 Reference number 3TS-3-9 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Poor 4 Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 6 Material Friability Low Feature Textured coating to ceiling Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Medium Extent 3 sq. m. Position Internal Control access then remove Assessment Score 7 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

49 Photo Number Reference number 3TS-3- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 6 Material Friability Feature Bitumen to external wall Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

50 Photo Number Reference number 3TS-3- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 6 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board to 2no. metal uprights Asbestos Type Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 2x 3 m. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

51 Photo Number 2 Reference number 3TS-3-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 6 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ceiling panels Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 3 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

52 Photo Number 3 Reference number 3TS-3-3 Inspection 3TS-3-2 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 7 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ceiling panels Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 25 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

53 Photo Number 4 Reference number 3TS-3-4 Inspection 3TS-3-9 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Debris 6 Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 7 Material Friability Low Feature Textured coating to ceiling Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility High 2 Extent 25 sq. m. Position Internal Control access then remove Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

54 Photo Number 5 Reference number 3TS-3-5 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 7 Material Friability Feature Thermal insulation to pipework Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Thermal Insulation Accessibility Extent < m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

55 Photo Number 6 Reference number 3TS-3-6 Inspection 3TS-3- Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 7 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board to metal upright Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 3 m. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

56 Photo Number 7 Reference number 3TS-3-7 Inspection 3TS-3- Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 8 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board column cladding behind tiles Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 3 m. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

57 Photo Number 8 Reference number 3TS-3-8 Inspection 3TS-3-2 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Poor 2 Location Room 8 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ceiling panels Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 8 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

58 Photo Number 9 Reference number 3TS-3-9 Inspection 3TS-3-9 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 8 Material Friability Low Feature Textured coating to ceiling Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Medium Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

59 Photo Number 2 Reference number 3TS-3-2 Inspection 3TS-3-2 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 9-2 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ceiling panels Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 2 x 24 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

60 Photo Number 2 Reference number 3TS-3-2 Inspection 3TS-3-9 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 9-2 Material Friability Low Feature Textured coating to ceiling Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Medium Extent 2 x 24 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

61 Photo Number 22 Reference number 3TS-3-22 Inspection 3TS-3-2 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 9-2 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board skylight upstands Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

62 Photo Number 23 Reference number 3TS-3-23 Inspection 3TS-3-3 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 2 Material Friability Low Feature Cement wall lining to entrance foyer Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Cement Accessibility Medium Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 7 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

63 Photo Number 24 Reference number 3TS-3-24 Inspection 3TS-3-2 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Poor 2 Location Room 2 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ceiling panels Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 7 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

64 Photo Number 25 Reference number 3TS-3-25 Inspection 3TS-3-8 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 2 Material Friability Feature Grey vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 4 sq. m. Position No action required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

65 Photo Number 26 Reference number 3TS-3-26 Inspection 3TS-3-5 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 25 Material Friability Feature Acoustic sink pad Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent 2 No. Position No action required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

66 Photo Number 27 Reference number 3TS-3-27 Inspection 3TS-3-3 Believed to be to perminter of building above AIB ceiling. Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 23 Material Friability Low Feature Cement to wall to entrance foyer Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Cement Accessibility Medium Extent 2 m. Position Internal Assessment Score 7 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

67 Photo Number 28 Reference number 3TS-3-28 Inspection 3TS-3-2 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 23 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ceiling panels Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

68 Photo Number 29 Reference number 3TS-3-29 Inspection 3TS-3-9 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 23 Material Friability Low Feature Textured coating to ceiling Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Medium Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 3 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

69 Photo Number 3 Reference number 3TS-3-3 Inspection 3TS-3-2 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 24 & Entrance Foyer Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ceiling panels Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

70 Photo Number 3 Reference number 3TS-3-3 Inspection 3TS-3-7 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Poor 2 Location Room 24 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board columns Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 3x 3 m. Position Internal Assessment Score 9 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

71 Photo Number 32 Reference number 3TS-3-32 Inspection 3TS-3-8 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 24 Material Friability Feature Grey vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 5 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

72 Photo Number 33 Reference number 3TS-3-33 Sample Not Applicable In Adhesive Only Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 25 Material Friability Low Feature Multicolours vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

73 Photo Number 34 Reference number 3TS-3-34 Inspection 3TS-3-2 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 25 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ceiling panels Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 35 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

74 Photo Number 35 Reference number 3TS-3-35 Inspection 3TS-3-2 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Debris 6 Floor Level Basement Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 27 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ceiling panels & debris Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Control access then remove Assessment Score 6 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

75 Photo Number 36 Reference number 3TS-3-36 Inspection 3TS-3-9 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Poor 4 Floor Level Basement Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 27 Material Friability Low Feature Textured coating to ceiling Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility High 2 Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Control access then remove Assessment Score 8 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

76 Photo Number 37 Reference number 3TS-3-37 Inspection 3TS-3-7 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Basement Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 27 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board door headers to rooms 26-3 Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent Each sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

77 Photo Number 38 Reference number 3TS-3-38 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Basement Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 28 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board door lining Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

78 Photo Number 39 Reference number 3TS-3-39 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Fair Floor Level Basement Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 28 Material Friability Low Feature Cement flue pipe to boiler Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Cement Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 m. Position Internal Assessment Score 9 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

79 Photo Number 4 Reference number 3TS-3-4 Inspection 3TS-3-7 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Good Floor Level Basement Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 28 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ventilation boxing Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

80 Photo Number 4 Reference number 3TS-3-4 Inspection 3TS-3-7 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Poor 4 Floor Level Basement Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 29 into 3 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board door surround Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 3 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

81 Photo Number 42 Reference number 3TS-3-42 Inspection 3TS-3-5 Building Unit 3 (Pub) Condition Floor Level Basement Surface Treatment Location Room 3 Material Friability Feature Acoustic sink pad Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent 2 No. Position No action required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

82 Photo Number 43 Reference number TS-34- Inspection TS-34-5 Building Unit 34 (Offices) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Entrance Lobby Material Friability Low Feature Olive/green vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

83 Photo Number 44 Reference number TS-34-2 Inspection Visual Identification Building Unit 34 (Offices) Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Entrance Lobby Material Friability Medium Feature Presumed flash guards to electrics Asbestos Type Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Gasket / Seal Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 No. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

84 Photo Number 45 Reference number TS-34-3 Sample Not Applicable In Adhesive Only Building Unit 34 (Offices) Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room & Material Friability Low Feature Blue vinyl floor covering Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 2x 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

85 Photo Number 46 Reference number TS-34-4 Sample Not Applicable 2 Sinks Building Unit 34 (Offices) Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 3 & 2 Material Friability Low Feature Acoustic pads to sink Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Bitumen Accessibility High 2 Extent 4 No. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

86 Photo Number 47 Reference number TS-34-5 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 34 (Offices) Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 2 & 22 Material Friability Low Feature Olive/green vinyl flooring & adhesive Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

87 Photo Number 48 Reference number TS-2- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 2 (PO) Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 7 Material Friability Feature Sink pad Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent 2 No. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

88 Photo Number 49 Reference number TS-2-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 2 (PO) Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Rooms 8 & 9 Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 6 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

89 Photo Number 5 Reference number TS-2-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 2 (PO) Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 9 Material Friability Low Feature Cistern Asbestos Type Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Composite / Resin Accessibility High 2 Extent No. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

90 Photo Number 5 Reference number TS-&2- Sample Not Applicable Building Units & 2 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Rooms, 2, 2, 3 Material Friability Feature Textured coating to ceiling Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Extent 8 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

91 Photo Number 52 Reference number TS-&2-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Units & 2 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring & adhesive Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

92 Photo Number 53 Reference number 2TS-7- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 7 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 4 Material Friability Feature Textured coating to ceiling timber Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Extent 5 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

93 Photo Number 54 Reference number 2TS-7-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 7 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room Material Friability Low Feature Acoustic pads to sink Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Bitumen Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 No. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

94 Photo Number 55 Reference number 2TS-7-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 7 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 5 Material Friability Medium Feature Flash guards to electrics Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textile Accessibility High 2 Extent Unknown Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

95 Photo Number 56 Reference number 2TS-7-4 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 7 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 7 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

96 Photo Number 57 Reference number 2TS-8- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 8 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room Material Friability Low Feature Resin electric box Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Composite / Resin Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

97 Photo Number 58 Reference number 2TS-8-2 Inspection 2TS-7-3 Building Unit 8 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room Material Friability Medium Feature Flash guards to electrics Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textile Accessibility High 2 Extent Unknown Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

98 Photo Number 59 Reference number 2TS-8-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 8 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room, 2, 7, 8, 9 & Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring & adhesive Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 8 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

99 Photo Number 6 Reference number 2TS-- Inspection 2TS--4 Building Unit Condition Poor 4 Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board bulkhead in ceiling void Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent sq. m. Position Internal Control access then remove Assessment Score 3 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

100 Photo Number 6 Reference number 2TS--2 Inspection 2TS--4 Building Unit Condition Debris 6 Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room & 2 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board debris in ceiling void Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 2 sq. m. Position Internal Control access then remove Assessment Score 5 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

101 Photo Number 62 Reference number 2TS--3 Inspection 2TS-7-3 Building Unit Condition Poor 4 Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 2, 3 & 4 Material Friability Medium Feature Flash guards to electrics Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textile Accessibility High 2 Extent Unknown Position Internal Assessment Score 3 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

102 Photo Number 63 Reference number 2TS--4 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 4 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board strip to boarded up entry to room 2 Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 3 m. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

103 Photo Number 64 Reference number 2TS--5 Inspection Visual Identification Building Unit Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 4 Material Friability Medium Feature Gasket to A/C ductwork Asbestos Type Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Gasket / Seal Accessibility Medium Extent m. Position Internal Assessment Score 8 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

104 Photo Number 65 Reference number 2TS--6 Inspection TS-&2- Building Unit Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 6 Material Friability Feature Textured coating to ceiling Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed N.A.D.I.S Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Extent 4 sq. m. Position No action required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

105 Photo Number 66 Reference number 2TS-27- Sample Not Applicable In Adhesive Only Building Unit 27 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Below Room 3, 4 & 5 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Medium Extent 6 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 3 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

106 Photo Number 67 Reference number 2TS-9- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 9 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room Material Friability Feature Acoustic pad to sink Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent 2 No. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

107 Photo Number 68 Reference number 2TS-3- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room, 2 & 3 Material Friability Feature Textured coating to ceiling Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Extent 3 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

108 Photo Number 69 Reference number 2TS-3-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room Material Friability Feature Supalux boxing & packing Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Extent m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

109 Photo Number 7 Reference number 2TS-3-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room, 2 & 3 Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 24 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

110 Photo Number 7 Reference number 3TS-3- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 2 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring & adhesive Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

111 Photo Number 72 Reference number 3TS-3-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 2 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

112 Photo Number 73 Reference number 3TS-3-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room Material Friability Low Feature Acoustic sink pad Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Bitumen Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 No. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

113 Photo Number 74 Reference number 3TS-3-4 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 4 stairs Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 4 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

114 Photo Number 75 Reference number 3TS-3-5 Inspection Visual Identification Building Unit 3 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 6 Material Friability Medium Feature Presumed flash guards to electrics Asbestos Type Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textile Accessibility High 2 Extent No. Position Internal Assessment Score 9 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

115 Photo Number 76 Reference number 3TS-3-6 Inspection 2TS--4 Building Unit 3 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 5 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board boxing in ceiling void adjacent heaters Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

116 Photo Number 77 Reference number 3TS-3- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 3 Material Friability Low Feature Acoustic pad to sink Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Bitumen Accessibility High 2 Extent No. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

117 Photo Number 78 Reference number 3TS-3-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 3 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 Material Friability Feature Grey vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 45 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

118 Photo Number 79 Reference number 3TS-4- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 4 Condition Fair Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 2 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board panel to radiator Asbestos Type Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

119 Photo Number 8 Reference number 3TS-4-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 4 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring & adhesive Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

120 Photo Number 8 Reference number 3TS-4-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 4 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 7 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring & adhesive Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

121 Photo Number 82 Reference number 3TS-4-4 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 4 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 3 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring & adhesive Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

122 Photo Number 83 Reference number 3TS-4-5 Inspection 2TS-7-3 Building Unit 4 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 3 Material Friability Medium Feature Flash guards to electrics Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textile Accessibility High 2 Extent No. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

123 Photo Number 84 Reference number 3TS-6- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 6 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 4 Stairs Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 6 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

124 Photo Number 85 Reference number 3TS-6-2 Sample Not Applicable In Adhesive Only Building Unit 6 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 5 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 6 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

125 Photo Number 86 Reference number 3TS-6-3 Inspection 3TS-6-2 In Adhesive Only Building Unit 6 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 6 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

126 Photo Number 87 Reference number 3TS-6-4 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 6 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 9 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 25 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

127 Photo Number 88 Reference number 3TS-6-5 Inspection 3TS-6-2 In Adhesive Only Building Unit 6 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 7 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

128 Photo Number 89 Reference number 3TS-6-6 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 6 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 7 Material Friability Low Feature Acoustic sink pad Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Bitumen Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 No. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

129 Photo Number 9 Reference number 3TS-6-7 Inspection 3TS-6-2 In Adhesive Only Building Unit 6 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 8 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

130 Photo Number 9 Reference number 3TS-7- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 7 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 2 & under stairs Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 6 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

131 Photo Number 92 Reference number 3TS-25- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 25 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 5 Material Friability Low Feature Cement panels to light transformers in ceiling void Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Cement Accessibility Low Extent sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

132 Photo Number 93 Reference number 3TS-25-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 25 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 7 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 6 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

133 Photo Number 94 Reference number 3TS-25-3 Inspection 3TS-25-2 Building Unit 25 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 5 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 25 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

134 Photo Number 95 Reference number 7TS-22- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 22 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room Material Friability Feature Textured coating Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Extent 8 sq. m. Position Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

135 Photo Number 96 Reference number 7TS-22-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 22 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Rooms 5 & 6 Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 2 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

136 Photo Number 97 Reference number 7-TS-23&24- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 23 & 24 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 6 Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

137 Photo Number 98 Reference number 7-TS-23&24-2 Sample Not Applicable In Adhesive Only Building Unit 23 & 24 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

138 Photo Number 99 Reference number 7TS-26- Inspection 7TS-8- Building Unit 26 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room Material Friability Feature External canopy entering into unit above glazing Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed N.A.D.I.S Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Extent 8 m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

139 Photo Number Reference number 7TS-26-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 26 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 2 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

140 Photo Number Reference number 7TS-8- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 8 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 5 Material Friability Feature External canopy entering into unit above glazing Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Extent 8 m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

141 Photo Number 2 Reference number 7TS-8-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 8 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 5 Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 25 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

142 Photo Number 3 Reference number 7TS-8-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 8 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring & adhesive Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

143 Photo Number 4 Reference number 7TS-28- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 28 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Rooms - 5 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board ceiling Asbestos Type Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 7 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

144 Photo Number 5 Reference number 8TS-32- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 32 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room 6 Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 25 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

145 Photo Number 6 Reference number 8TS-32-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 32 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 3 Material Friability Low Feature Acoustic pad to sink Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Bitumen Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 No. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

146 Photo Number 7 Reference number 8TS-32-3 Inspection 8TS-32- NO PHOTOGRAPH AVAILABLE Building Unit 32 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Rooms 2 & 3 Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 25 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

147 Photo Number 8 Reference number 8TS-33- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 33 Condition Poor 4 Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl remnants & adhesive Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 8 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

148 Photo Number 9 Reference number 8TS-29- Sample Not Applicable In Adhesive Only Building Unit 29 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 6 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

149 Photo Number Reference number 8TS-29-2 Inspection Visual Identification Building Unit 29 Condition Good Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 6 Material Friability Medium Feature Flash guards to electrics Asbestos Type Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textile Accessibility High 2 Extent No. Position Internal Assessment Score 9 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

150 Photo Number Reference number 8TS-29-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 29 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 3 Material Friability Feature Acoustic pad to sink Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent 2 No. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

151 Photo Number 2 Reference number 8TS-4&5- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 4 & 5 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location Room Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

152 Photo Number 3 Reference number 8TS-4&5-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 4 & 5 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 6 Material Friability Feature Acoustic pad to sink Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent 2 No. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

153 Photo Number 4 Reference number 8TS-4&5-3 Inspection 8TS-4&5- Building Unit 4 & 5 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Rooms 6, 7 & 8 Material Friability Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed N.A.D.I.S Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility Extent 25 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

154 Photo Number 5 Reference number 8TS-6- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 6 Condition Fair Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 2 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 6 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

155 Photo Number 6 Reference number 8TS-6-2 Sample Not Applicable In Adhesive Only Building Unit 6 Condition Fair Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 4 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

156 Photo Number 7 Reference number 8TS-6-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 6 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 3 (stairs) Material Friability Low Feature Stair nosing Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 3 No. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

157 Photo Number 8 Reference number 8TS-6-4 Inspection 8TS-6- Building Unit 6 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 4 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

158 Photo Number 9 Reference number 8TS-6-5 Inspection Visual Identification Building Unit 6 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 4 Material Friability Medium Feature Flash guards to electrics Asbestos Type Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textile Accessibility High 2 Extent 3 No. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

159 Photo Number 2 Reference number 8TS-35- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 35 Condition Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Location External roof Material Friability Feature Roof felt Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent 49 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

160 Photo Number 2 Reference number 9TS-36- Inspection 9TS-36-2 Building Unit 36 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Poor 2 Location Room Material Friability Medium Feature Filler above door Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 3 m. Position Internal Assessment Score 9 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

161 Photo Number 22 Reference number 9TS-36-2 Sample Not Applicable Debris on floor Building Unit 36 Condition Fair Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 5 Material Friability Medium Feature Sorround to flue through roof Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent.5 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

162 Photo Number 23 Reference number 9TS-36-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Fair Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 5 Material Friability Low Feature Roof felt Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Medium Extent sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

163 Photo Number 24 Reference number 9TS-36-4 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 9 Material Friability Low Feature Lining to walk in fridge Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Cement Accessibility High 2 Extent sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

164 Photo Number 25 Reference number 9TS-36-5 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 4 Material Friability Low Feature Acoustic pads to sink Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Bitumen Accessibility High 2 Extent 4 No. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

165 Photo Number 26 Reference number 9TS-36-6 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 4 Material Friability Medium Feature Door linings Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 4 No. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

166 Photo Number 27 Reference number 9TS-36-7 Inspection Visual Identification Building Unit 36 Condition Good Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Rooms 6 & 7 Material Friability Low Feature Flue sections in ceiling void Asbestos Type Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Cement Accessibility Low Extent 3 m. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

167 Photo Number 28 Reference number 9TS-36-8 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Fair Floor Level Ground Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 7 Material Friability Medium Feature Soffit Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 3 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

168 Photo Number 29 Reference number 9TS-36-9 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 9 Material Friability Feature "Woodite" doorlining Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Cement Accessibility Extent 4 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

169 Photo Number 3 Reference number 9TS-36- Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Poor 4 Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Rooms 6, 8 & 9 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring & adhesive Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 25 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 8 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

170 Photo Number 3 Reference number 9TS-36- Inspection Visual Identification Building Unit 36 Condition Fair Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 6 Material Friability Medium Feature Flash guards to electrics Asbestos Type Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Textile Accessibility High 2 Extent 3 No. Position Internal Assessment Score C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

171 Photo Number 32 Reference number 9TS-36-2 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 6 Material Friability Feature Lining to electrics cupboard Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Extent sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

172 Photo Number 33 Reference number 9TS-36-3 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 27 Material Friability Feature Board to window hatch Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Extent sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

173 Photo Number 34 Reference number 9TS-36-4 Inspection 9TS-36- Building Unit 36 Condition Poor 4 Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Sealed Location Room 28 Material Friability Low Feature Vinyl flooring Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Floor Tile / Covering Accessibility High 2 Extent 5 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 8 C OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

174 Photo Number 35 Reference number 9TS-36-5 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Poor 4 Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Room 29 Material Friability Medium Feature Loose board Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 3 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

175 Photo Number 36 Reference number TS-36-6 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 3 Material Friability Feature Glazing putty Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Composite / Resin Accessibility Extent Throughout Position No Action required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

176 Photo Number 37 Reference number TS-36-7 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 3 Material Friability Feature Board to window poster mounts Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Extent 3 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

177 Photo Number 38 Reference number TS-36-8 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 3 Material Friability Feature Glazing putty Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Composite / Resin Accessibility Extent Throughout Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

178 Photo Number 39 Reference number TS-36-9 Sample Not Applicable Building Unit 36 Condition Floor Level st floor Surface Treatment Location Room 4/5 Material Friability Feature Fire curtain Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Paper Accessibility Extent 5 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

179 Photo Number 4 Reference number TS-Ext- Sample Not Applicable Building External Condition Floor Level External Surface Treatment Location External Material Friability Feature Coating to concrete above doors Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Extent 2x 35 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

180 Photo Number 4 Reference number TS-Ext-2 Sample Not Applicable Building External Condition Debris 6 Floor Level External Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location External Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board debris to rear of shops Asbestos Type Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 3 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

181 Photo Number 42 Reference number TS-Ext-3 Sample Not Applicable Building External Condition Floor Level External Surface Treatment Location External Material Friability Feature Coating to concrete soffit Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Extent 2x 35 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

182 Photo Number 43 Reference number TS-Ext-4 Sample Not Applicable Building External Condition Good Floor Level External Surface Treatment Sealed Location External Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board canopy Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Medium Extent 3 sq. m. Position External Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

183 Photo Number 44 Reference number TS-Ext-5 Inspection Visual Identification Building External Condition Good Floor Level External Surface Treatment Sealed Location Rear of Unit 3 Material Friability Medium Feature Flash guards to electrics Asbestos Type Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Gasket / Seal Accessibility High 2 Extent Unknown Position Internal Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

184 Photo Number 45 Reference number TS-Ext-6 Inspection 2TS-8- Building External Condition Good Floor Level External Surface Treatment Sealed Location Rear of Unit 3 Material Friability Low Feature Resin board to electrics Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Composite / Resin Accessibility High 2 Extent 3 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 4 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

185 Photo Number 46 Reference number TS-Ext-7 Inspection TS-Ext-4 Building External Condition Debris 6 Floor Level External Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Rear of Unit 3 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board debris in cupboard Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Chrysotile (White) and Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 sq. m. Position Internal Assessment Score 6 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

186 Photo Number 47 Reference number TS-Ext-8 Sample Not Applicable Building External Condition Floor Level External Surface Treatment Location External Material Friability Feature Coating to concrete above doors Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Extent 2x 35 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

187 Photo Number 48 Reference number TS-Ext-9 Inspection TS-Ext-2 Building External Condition Debris 6 Floor Level External Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Roof above Units 6 and 7 Material Friability Medium Feature Insulating board debris on roof Asbestos Type Strongly Presumed Amosite (Brown) 2 Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility High 2 Extent 2 sq. m. Position External Assessment Score 5 B OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

188 Photo Number 49 Reference number TS-Ext- Sample Not Applicable Building External Condition Fair Floor Level External Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Roof Material Friability Medium Feature Paper barrier to timber fascia cladding Asbestos Type Chrysotile (White) Material Type Paper Accessibility Low Extent 25 m. Position External Assessment Score 7 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

189 Photo Number 5 Reference number TS-Ext- Sample Not Applicable Building External Condition Floor Level External Surface Treatment Location Roof above Unit 3 Material Friability Feature Bitumen roof felt Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent 36 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

190 Photo Number 5 Reference number TS-Ext-2 Inspection Visual Identification Building External Condition Good Floor Level External Surface Treatment Unsealed 4 Location Roof Material Friability Low Feature Flue pipe to roof Asbestos Type Presumed Chrysotile (White) Material Type Cement Accessibility Low Extent.5 m. Position External Assessment Score 5 D OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

191 Photo Number 52 Reference number 4TS-Ext-3 Sample Not Applicable Building External Condition Floor Level External Surface Treatment Location External Material Friability Feature Coating to concrete soffit Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Extent sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

192 Photo Number 53 Reference number 4TS-Ext-4 Sample Not Applicable Building External Condition Floor Level External Surface Treatment Location External Material Friability Feature Insulating board boxing Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Insulating Board Accessibility Extent Throughout Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

193 Photo Number 54 Reference number 4TS-Ext-5 Sample Not Applicable Building External Condition Floor Level External Surface Treatment Location External Material Friability Feature Textured coating to vertical concrete Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Textured Coating Accessibility Extent 6 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

194 Photo Number 55 Reference number 4TS-Ext-6 Sample Not Applicable NO PHOTOGRAPH AVAILABLE Building External Condition Floor Level External Surface Treatment Location External Material Friability Feature Bitumen roof felt Asbestos Type N.A.D.I.S Material Type Bitumen Accessibility Extent 3 sq. m. Position No Action Required Assessment Score E OL3 BB M7 HH Tel: Fax: November 2 Issue

195 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Appendix C Risk Assessment Criteria - The November 2

196 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Material Risk Assessment Material Assessment Algorithm The material risk assessment algorithm is detailed within HSG 264 and is a requirement for identifying areas of concern in order to develop an Asbestos Management Plan as required by the Control of Asbestos Regulations 26. The WYG Algorithm is heavily based upon the HSG 264 algorithm, though has been modified to provide more information to the client. The algorithm score is based on the following criteria and points: Friability Condition Surface Treatment Fibre Type Accessibility Position Low = Medium = High = 4 Good = Fair = Poor = 4 Debris = 6 Sealed = Poor = 2 Bare = 4 No Asbestos Detected = Chrysotile = Amosite = 2 Crocidolite =3 Low = Medium = High = 2 External = Internal = Induced Vent = 2 - The November 2

197 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Once the score from each criteria is totalled a material assessment score is provided. Generally the higher the score the higher associated risk posed by a particular ACM. The hazard assessment criterion examines the risk posed by an asbestos material to release fibres that may be inhaled. This factor is the most significant when assessing asbestos. Therefore in order to consider if an asbestos material will release fibres the material assessments considers the type of asbestos, the extent of any damage to the material, whether people will come in contact with the material etc. These assessments are required to establish an asbestos management plan as it identifies areas of risk in order that procedures can be put in place; remedial works can be undertaken etc. Risk Bands The total material assessment algorithm value for each item is compared to Risk Bands as developed by WYG in close consultation with HSG 264. The risk bands are as follows: Band A (7 points or above) Urgent Risk Material - Materials in this category pose an immediate risk to anybody in their vicinity and as such, immediate plans for removal should be made. Until Removal can be achieved, access to the location of the material should be restricted and temporary measures to seal or repair the material should be put in place. Affixing asbestos warning labels can provide additional protection prior to removal. Risk Band B (3-6 Points) High Risk Material Materials in this category require remedial action as soon as reasonably practicable. Action may range from removal to repair, encapsulation and labelling. If left in-situ, the condition of the material should be monitored regularly, ideally as a minimum, at least on a six monthly basis and may require further repair or encapsulation if the condition has deteriorated. Risk Band C (8-2 Points) Medium Risk Material This category indicates the need for regular monitoring although the current risk of fibre release is low, this material may suffer deterioration through age/accident. It is recommended that asbestos materials in this category be visually inspected on a six monthly basis to ascertain any change in condition. Where such a change occurs re-prioritisation to Risk Band B will be necessary. Approved warning labels (A Labels) should be positioned to prevent accidental damage to the material. Risk Band D (-7 Points) Low Risk Material This category indicates Low priority. Visual inspections should be made on an annual basis to ascertain any change in condition. Where such a change - The November 2

198 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey occurs re-prioritisation to Risk Band C or B will be necessary. Approved warning labels (A Labels) should be positioned to prevent accidental damage to the material. Risk Band E ( points) No Asbestos Detected No action is required. - The November 2

199 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Appendix D Site Sketches - The November 2

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203 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Key to accompanying plans: NO ASBESTOS IDENTIFIED ON THAT UNIT/FLOOR ASBESTOS INSULATING BOARD ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS (ALSO FOR ROOF SLATES) ASBESTOS CONTAINING BITUMEN PRODUCTS (ROOF FELT ETC.) THERMOPLASTIC PRODUCTS (FLOOR TILES, STAIR NOSING ETC.) ETERNITE (WINDOW SILLS ETC.) TEXTURED COATING (ARTEX) ASBESTOS CEMENT SHEETS (LINEAR) ASBESTOS INSULATING BOARD (LINEAR) ASBESTOS CEMENT RAINWATER GOODS (DOWN PIPES, GUTTERS ETC.) ASBESTOS CEMENT FLUE ASBESTOS TEXTILE MATERIAL (ROPE, CLOTH, FLASH PADS ETC.) TOILET CISTERN SINK PADS - The November 2

204 WYG Asbestos Demolition Survey Appendix E Analysis Certificates - The November 2

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