Liverpool City Council approached Ai Solutions as they were in need of a better way of managing their asbestos portfolio. Being a council they had specific duties under the CAR12 regulations and, being a responsible client, they were looking for a solutions to fulfill their role and ensure their compliance.
West One Infrastructure Services is a joint venture between J Murphy and Sons Ltd, FM Conway Ltd and WSP, supported by Hyder Consulting (UK) Ltd and works in close partnership with Westminster City Council.
As the council's infrastructure services provider, West One is responsible for some of the highest profile bridge, highway structure and traffic management projects in the vibrant heart of the capital.
East Riding of Yorkshire County Council are a local authority responsible for the management of all Council properties. Their portfolio includes schools, council housing, council offices and other associated buildings.
There are many issues for a duty holder under the Asbestos Regulations and Steve Taylor (Principal Building Surveyor) wanted to ensure that East Riding was compliant within these regulations. He also wanted to utilise the latest technologies to provide a better vehicle for the management of asbestos.
EDF Energy has rolled out Ai Solutions Limited software across its three power distribution networks to help ensure a consistent approach to health and safety.
Compliance Data Management is a complex subject, and requires a complete software solution to give Compliance Managers the right tools to handle it - like Ai Solutions' ToolKit Compliance System for CDM and Asbestos Management...
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In outline, ToolKit CS™ allows a facilities or building manager to set up and manage details of asbestos surveys. A surveyor can enter survey details onto ToolKit CS™ to communicate that information back to the building manager. Reports can be produced detailing what items of asbestos are present in which buildings with outstanding maintenance tasks...
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Led by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EASHW), the aim of the week was to highlight some of the key health and safety risks in the construction industry - as well as some solutions that should lead to a safer, healthier and more productive working environment...
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