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Reports of asbestos exposures in schools Prosecutions for exposing people to asbestos in schools BBC investigation asbestos in schools National and local media investigations and reports Media on Parliamentary debates and Reports All Party Parliamentary Group on Occupational Safety and Health.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Occupational Safety and Health believes that the time has come to put in place regulations requiring the safe, phased and planned removal of all the asbestos that still remains in place across Britain. In the case of public buildings and educational establishments, such as schools, this should be done by It is often people who are working in maintenance, refurbishment or demolition, but people can, and do, become exposed simply by working in a building with asbestos, as fibres can become dislodged and breathed in An unknown number of people may have developed mesothelioma as a result of exposure while at school.
There is no safe threshold of exposure to asbestos fibres. This means that the inhalation of small The problem with our schools, even over a short period, can lead to mesothelioma decades after exposure.
Provided the asbestos containing products are in good condition and are not likely to be disturbed during the normal use of the building, the recommended action is to leave the material as it is and manage it in place.
This has been the generally accepted practice in the past, but was always seen as a temporary measure. Yet 15 years after the introduction of a ban on its use, the vast majority of asbestos is still in place and poses a major hazard to both workers and the wider public.
It is the view of the all-party parliamentary group that retaining a policy of managing asbestos in place is no longer appropriate and must be changed.
It is extremely unlikely that asbestos is never going to be disturbed if it is left in place for decades. There is therefore considerable doubt that most of the asbestos that is to be found in buildings is going to lie undisturbed for the next twenty years, let alone the next hundred Despite the regulations calling for all premises to be surveyed and asbestos containing materials to be regularly inspected and labelled, we know that this is not happening.
A survey of schools showed that only 28 per cent of respondents said the presence of asbestos-containing materials was clearly marked in the workplace. Where there was an asbestos-register, only one third of respondents were aware of its existence and only 20 per cent of the total sample confirmed that the register was shown to contractors before they commenced work.
This is particularly worrying because the Committee on Carcinogenicity has concluded that children may be more susceptible to develop mesothelioma as a result of exposure. The Welsh government and UK government have disagreed over whether the matter is devolved.
Asbestos was banned in the UK inafter a link was established to lung diseases including mesothelioma. In England, the government published a similar policy in March this year, but there is uncertainty over who has responsibility in Wales.
Mr Clement-Evans, a lawyer from the Right to Know: Asbestos in Schools Wales campaign, said: She was a college lecturer and teacher in Llangefni, Anglesey, in the s and thought she came into contact with asbestos at Coleg Menai's old Pencraig college campus… European Committees 24 June: Asbestos related deaths predicted to double those of road deaths.
Children and teachers in schools, DIY enthusiasts and maintenance workers are Asbestos was used extensively in buildings erected between andwith millions of tonnes still present in buildings, not only putting building and maintenance workers at risk but potentially anybody present or occupying the property National Action Plans need to be implemented and the European Commission should prioritize its response to this major risk to public health across all policy areas.
We are talking about a lot more than traditionally exposed factory workers, now extending our concern to the children in our schools The workplace health expert committee WHEC will be made up of nine members who will provide expert opinion on emerging issues and trends, new evidence relating to existing issues and, on the quality and relevance of the evidence base on workplace health issues In particular, the WHEC will focus on chemical and physical hazards.
It is of concern that the additional risks to children in school from asbestos, rather than their adult teachers who are at a lower risk, do not appear to be in their remit. The responses were helpful in that they confirmed our fears about standards of asbestos management in many schools.District News.
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