Site review

Age and discription of property

Building Type

Occupied or vacant

Room by room assessment

Room Assessment

Room number (if know )

Room Use
Walls
Floor
Ceiling
Suspect material / Materials
Photographs of suspect materials

Comment

Re-Survey assessment

Type of survey originally completed

Proportion % of areas re surveyed in relation to total site

Is/Was original surveyor qualified and approved to complete the type of survey undertaken?

Is resurvey being completed on same day of original survey?

Was the correct type of survey undertaken? (in relation to client’s requirements / instructions).

Has the site layout been sketched correctly showing all locations, all sample points and area ID marked on plans including Project No?

Were all reasonably accessible asbestos products sampled during this survey and a sufficient sampling strategy adopted?

Are the recommendations in the report appropriate to the asbestos product’s condition?

Were the sample location points clearly labelled? (subject to the client’s instructions).

Were areas of no access justified?

Have any areas been limited on inspection requiring a further visit?

Were all ACM products sampled with acceptable sampling strategies?

Was a reasonable negative sampling strategy adopted on site?

During the assessment are there any additional ACM or suspect products identified?

Are site notes/ Dictaphone notes accurate, and show that the survey was carried out in systematic manner?

Do they contain extrapolations, areas of no access?

Based on the findings of this assessment has the site work been completed to a suitable standard?

Are further site re surveys required on surveyor?

Audit report notes

Notes

Comparison with original survey information

Addititional Photographs or drawing
Drawing
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