RJS Waste Management reports homeowners and Businesses in need of asbestos surveys benefit from having a local company do the work
London, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/22/2014 -- The inhalation of asbestos fibres leads to the development of four major diseases: mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis, and non malignant pleural disease. According to Health and Safety Executive, 2,291 individuals died from mesothelioma or cancer of the lining of the lungs in 2011. Approximately 2,000 additional individuals died from lung cancer related to asbestos inhalation during the same year, and 429 died from asbestosis with no mention of mesothelioma being involved. Individuals and businesses need to be concerned about these statistics and have fully qualified asbestos surveyors come out and check their property.
"The Control of Asbestos Regulations addresses only non-domestic premises, including retail, industrial and commercial sites, yet Health and Safety at Work regulations cover those premises with common areas, such as flats. When asbestos is likely to be disturbed as a result of normal maintenance or occupation, these regulations state it must be identified. In addition, once the asbestos has been identified, its condition must be monitored to ensure fibres aren't being released. RJS Waste Management (rjswastemanagement.co.uk) assists businesses and individuals with both tasks," Russell Shrives, spokesperson for RJS Waste Management, states.
Death from asbestos inhalation isn't the only concern of homeowners and business proprietors. The Health and Safety Executive also reports 980 new cases of asbestosis were diagnosed in 2012, along with 460 new cases of diffuse pleural thickening. This is in addition to 686 cases involving non malignant pleural disease that were reported to medical professionals across the country. Asbestos inhalation needs to be of concern to all for this reason.
"When one turns to RJS Waste Management, an Asbestos Management Survey and Refurbishment/ Demolition Survey will be conducted. This survey meets the requirements of HSG248 Asbestos: The Analysts' Guide for Sampling, Analysis and Clearance Procedures and HSG264 Asbestos: The Survey Guide. In addition, RJS Waste Management works with the client to ensure the Asbestos Register is regularly reviewed to ensure any asbestos identified during the process is safely managed. An Asbestos Management Plan helps in this area," Shrives explains.
Companies and individuals prefer using RJS Waste Management as the prices remain competitive, and the company offers quick turnaround on all reports. The company provides support and advice to those interested in building a waste management plan to meet waste disposal obligations. RJS Waste Management remains committed to providing the highest level of service at all times.
"Technicians provide honest, expert advice to each client, believing this promotes working relationships which grow and prosper with time. Customer feedback, regular audits, and refresher training all help RJS Waste Management achieve this goal, allowing the company to regularly improve and raise standards. Don't settle for anything less, as RJS Waste Management is ready to help," Shrives declares.
About RJS Waste Management
RJS Waste Management, a waste management company, specializes in London asbestos surveys. Prices remain competitive, and report turnaround time tends to be swift. The company comes with the experience one needs when it comes to asbestos management and holds the necessary insurance and qualifications, allowing clients to feel confident knowing the job is being done right.