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  • Managing asbestos in workplaces - compliance code

    This compliance code is aimed at people who have management or control of workplaces or plant where there may be a risk of exposure to asbestos. This compliance code should be read in conjunction with Part 4.3 – Asbestos of the Regulations.

    Removing asbestos in workplaces - compliance code

    This compliance code is aimed at asbestos removalists – both licensed and those that perform permitted limited asbestos work without a licence. It should be read in conjunction with Part 4.3 – Asbestos – of the Regulations.

    Asbestos - a handbook for workplaces

    The Asbestos Handbook explains what asbestos is, where it can be found in workplaces and the health risks for people exposed to airborne asbestos. It also outlines who has legal duties in workplaces and what their main duties are.

  • Asbestos-contaminated Soil

    This information sheet provides advice for any person (including employers, removalists and commercial contractors) inspecting, removing, transporting or disposing of asbestos-contaminated soil.

    Removing asbestos before demolition or refurbishment

    This information sheet provides advice about identifying and removing fixed or installed asbestos before demolition or refurbishment work is carried out in a workplace, or on plant or machinery.

    Coveralls used for asbestos removal

    This Alert warns of the dangers of wearing unsuitable disposable coveralls for asbestos removal work.

    Management and disposal of asbestos

    This Safety Alert highlights the importance of safe asbestos management and disposal in Victoria.

Builder or tradesperson

  • Managing asbestos in workplaces - compliance code

    This compliance code is aimed at people who have management or control of workplaces or plant where there may be a risk of exposure to asbestos. This compliance code should be read in conjunction with Part 4.3 – Asbestos of the Regulations.

    Removing asbestos in workplaces - compliance code

    This compliance code is aimed at asbestos removalists – both licensed and those that perform permitted limited asbestos work without a licence. It should be read in conjunction with Part 4.3 – Asbestos – of the Regulations.

  • Removing asbestos before demolition or refurbishment

    This information sheet provides advice about identifying and removing fixed or installed asbestos before demolition or refurbishment work is carried out in a workplace, or on plant or machinery.

    Asbestos-contaminated soil

    This information sheet provides advice for any person (including employers, removalists and commercial contractors) inspecting, removing, transporting or disposing of asbestos-contaminated soil.

    Asbestos-containing products in motor vehicle workshops

    This guidance note provides help to employers and employees in the automotive repair industry to avoid the risk of exposure to asbestos dust while doing repairs to brakes, clutches and high temperature gaskets on motor vehicles.

    Coveralls used for asbestos removal

    This Alert warns of the dangers of wearing unsuitable disposable coveralls for asbestos removal work.

    Management and disposal of asbestos

    This Safety Alert highlights the importance of safe asbestos management and disposal in Victoria.

    Recycling construction and demolition material

    This publication which has been jointly developed with and endorsed by the EPA and Sustainability Victoria, describes an auditable procedure to verify that asbestos-containing material has been removed from construction and demolition materials prior to recycling.

Council staff member

  • Managing domestic non-friable asbestos

    This checklist is for managers and operators of facilities who receive non-friable asbestos waste from domestic sources (‘asbestos waste’) for short-term storage and disposal.

    Asbestos - a guide for householders and general public

    This guide has been prepared for householders. It describes the risks to your health from being exposed to asbestos fibres. It explains who is at risk and how to reduce exposure to yourself, your family and others. It also contains basic information on identifying and dealing with asbestos.

General public

  • Asbestos - a guide for householders and general public

    This guide has been prepared for householders. It describes the risks to your health from being exposed to asbestos fibres. It explains who is at risk and how to reduce exposure to yourself, your family and others. It also contains basic information on identifying and dealing with asbestos.

Reviewed 29 October 2019

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