Highways Hazardous Material Surveys

 

Our team of Highways Hazardous Materials Surveyors, and Environmental Consultants provide a variety of hazardous materials Highways Surveys to facilitate the continuity of your project. 

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Toolbox Talk: Buried Utilities

Toolbox talks can be carried out in a variety of ways but are typically a brief (2-5 minute) interactive discussion meeting on a safety-related topic. Toolbox Topics are used to cover a variety of short safety training subjects and to remind employees each day before they go to work, the importance of being safe. In this Toolbox Talk, we focus on buried utilities and the precautions taken to ensure worker safety.

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Tool Box Talk: Asbestos Awareness

As part of Lucion’s Take Care Be Aware initiative, we actively take care of our health and safety responsibilities, with continuous awareness of our commitments to knowledge share and educate.

In doing so we have created a ‘toolbox talk’ on asbestos awareness to raise awareness of the hazards associated with asbestos-containing materials, enabling safety professionals to share knowledge and overall save the time and effort in producing them for you and your teams.

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What are Highways Hazardous Material Surveys?

With much of the UK highways infrastructure over 20 years old, one of the biggest risks associated with renewal schemes, repair and maintenance are the hidden dangers of Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) and other hazardous materials contaminating your land.

Highways hazardous material surveys are surveys that involve the sampling, identification and quantification of a variety of potential hazards that may be hidden in your lands. Your survey should be conducted in line with the Land Contamination Risk Management Guidance (LCRM).

Whether you are renewing existing highways or developing new highways on brownfield land or regular lands, it is important to identify and assess your lands for potential hazardous materials and substances that can pose a risk to individuals and the environment by conducting hazardous material surveys on highways prior to any commencements of project works.

What Highways Hazardous Material Surveys can Lucion provide?

Utilising the UK’s largest asbestos testing and inspection facility UKAS ISO 17025 accredited for asbestos in soils identification, analysis and quantification using Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), and Monitoring Certification Scheme (MCERT) compliant laboratories for hazardous material testing and analysis, our team can survey your highways for multiple hazardous materials and substances.

  • Asbestos surveys (Management & refurbishment and demolition)
  • Asbestos Management
  • Hazardous Materials Desktop Reviews
  • Hazardous Material Testing and Inspection
  • Concrete Surveying and Testing
  • Coal Tar Testing

What are my responsibilities?

Duty holders (who could be the project manager, employer, or land owner)are required to comply with multiple regulations when conducting works during highway development. From hazardous material identification through to ground preparation, it is essential that you mitigate the risks to people and the environment.

We understand that when managing large scale highway projects and brownfield sites with lots of team members on site, discovering or suspecting your groundworks to be contaminated with hazardous substances such as asbestos is an issue you could do without. Our Geo-Environmental engineers and hazardous materials specialists provide you with support services efficiently and cost effectively so that you can get your project back on track.

With vast experience of ground works and investigation across the UK, we can help make your project compliant and successful. We follow strict controls, conduct thorough assessments at any point during your project, conduct comprehensive surveys and analysis and give you the knowledge to be able to implement safe systems of work that will ultimately protect you, your organisation and your people.

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