Protecting your business from asbestos risks

Support for you and your business

Welcome to bSure Consulting – leading experts in asbestos management for property management businesses. We provide a comprehensive suite of services to help you achieve and maintain compliance with all asbestos regulations, giving you the peace of mind you need to run your business smoothly.






Do you need to comply with asbestos regulations?

Making things better

At bSure Consulting, we believe that compliance is not just about meeting legal requirements. We focus on making things better for your business by implementing clear policies and procedures, providing training, and conducting surveys and audits to ensure that your estate is safe and asbestos-free.

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Are you aware of your asbestos obligations?

Our client journey to compliance

Where we find our clients

  • Unable to answer asbestos questions.
  • No clear asbestos strategy
  • No guidance for staff, contractors, or tenants
  • At significant risk and liable to prosecution
  • Unsure if the costs they are paying for asbestos work is right

What we provide

  • Full estate surveys and audits
  • Live overview and controls for all instances of asbestos
  • Clear policies and procedures for all teams, visitors, and the general public
  • Our partnership and expertise to call on every step of the way
  • Asbestos audit assistance on 3rd party contractors

Our client's destination

  • Total vision across all properties, exposures, and liabilities
  • Full ongoing compliance under law
  • Live policy statements and managements plans across entire estates
  • All survey, training, testing materials and consultancy needs met
  • Clear procedures for all properties, contractors and staff
  • Complete peace of mind when using contractors

Are your asbestos policies robust?

Business review

Our services begin with a thorough Business Review, in which we conduct a full review of your existing policies, procedures, trained people, asbestos surveys and management plans. We then provide you with a clear report of your current status and identify any works needed to achieve and maintain compliance.

Legal backup for asbestos compliance

Policy & procedure

Our team of experts will work with you to create full asbestos policy and procedure documentation, ensuring that every aspect of your business is covered. At the same time, we instruct you on best-in-class ways to activate and incorporate new policies and procedures across your property portfolio.

Practical safety training for your staff

Asbestos training

We provide a range of training courses to suit your needs, from general awareness training to fully competent and responsible personnel instruction. Our training gives you the skills, experience and coverage your business needs, leaving you in full control where it matters most.

Do you maintain a record of asbestos in your property?

Survey & asbestos management plan

Each site is fully inspected, and a new Asbestos Management Plan (AMP) is created to full compliance standards. Every staff member, contractor, tenant, and visitor encounter is covered to give you peace of mind and complete assurance for every eventuality.

Annual asbestos audits for long-term compliance

Annual bSure audit

At bSure Consulting, we understand the importance of maintaining compliance. That’s why we offer an annual audit that takes care of any changes and ensures you are covered year on year. Our tailored approach means that we work with each client on a case-by-case basis, providing guidance and support every step of the way.

Taking the stress out of asbestos management with a comprehensive approach

bSure subscription services

We understand the challenges and complexities associated with asbestos, which is why our dedicated team is here to take the stress out of your asbestos management policy. With our fixed-price solutions, you can have peace of mind knowing that you are keeping up to date with your obligations and responsibilities, allowing you to forecast and budget effectively.

Beyond being a training provider, we are committed to helping you bring your training to life and develop a clear asbestos strategy and guidance. From policy and procedures to auditing and surveying, our range of services ensures that you have complete support throughout your asbestos journey. Contact us today and let us guide you towards a safer and compliant future.


Essential support package
£ 99 Monthly
  • Customer service helpline*
  • Renewal notifications
  • Secure data holding
  • Vision system access
  • 10% off Annual audit
  • 10% off Desktop audit
  • 10% off Survey fees
  • 5% off Training


Premium support package + perks
£ 149 Monthly
  • Customer service helpline*
  • Renewal notifications
  • Secure data holding
  • Vision system access
  • 10% off Annual audit
  • 10% off Desktop audit
  • 10% off Survey fees
  • 5% off Training

*Standard terms and Service Level Agreement applies

Ensuring your asbestos removal contractors meet the mark

Asbestos contractor audits

Are you asking the right questions of your asbestos removal company? Are you aware of your responsibility to understand the work being carried out? Do you know the difference between a licensed and non-licensed job? At bSure, we are here to help you navigate the complex world of asbestos removal contractors.

With our comprehensive audit services, we independently review each job carried out by third-party contractors to ensure compliance and safety. Our experienced team of experts meticulously examines every aspect, from the tender process to the final deliverables, giving you peace of mind that you’re working with reliable professionals.

Don’t let uncertainty surround your asbestos removal projects. With bSure, you can trust that your contractors are meeting industry standards, regulations, and best practices. Our independent audits provide you with the right information, allowing you to make informed decisions and secure the safety of your employees and premises.

Take control of your asbestos removal processes. Choose bSure for unparalleled expertise, personalised attention, and reliable audit services. Together, we can create a safer environment for all.

Helping you understand asbestos

frequently asked questions

Asbestos can be present in any building built or refurbished before the year 2000, including residential properties that have common areas such as foyers, corridors, lifts, and staircases. Property management companies and landlords have a duty to manage asbestos in their buildings to prevent harm to anyone who works on the building or to building occupants. Failure to comply with the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR 2012) can lead to legal and financial consequences.

The duty to manage asbestos in non-domestic premises, including common areas of residential properties, is placed on the “duty holder,” which can be anyone who has, by virtue of a contract or tenancy, an obligation of any extent in relation to the maintenance or repair of those premises or any means of access or egress to or from those premises. In the absence of a contract or tenancy, the duty holder is anyone who has control of that part of those non-domestic premises.

The duty holder must take reasonable steps to identify materials in premises likely to contain asbestos and to check their condition. Any material known or presumed to contain asbestos must be kept in a good state of repair, and any material that contains or is presumed to contain asbestos must be repaired and adequately protected or removed if it is in a vulnerable position and cannot be adequately repaired or protected. The duty holder must also assess the risk of anyone being exposed to these materials, prepare a written plan to manage that risk, and keep a record of the location and condition of asbestos-containing materials.

Asbestos exposure can cause serious health problems, including lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbestosis. Inhaling asbestos fibres can lead to lung inflammation and scarring over time. Even low levels of exposure to asbestos can increase the risk of developing these diseases, and there is no safe level of exposure. The risk depends on the amount and duration of exposure, as well as the type of asbestos fibres inhaled. It is important for anyone who has been exposed to asbestos, especially in the workplace or in buildings containing asbestos, to seek medical attention and regular screenings for early detection of potential asbestos-related diseases.

When managing asbestos in multi-occupancy buildings, the best practices include conducting regular asbestos surveys, creating an asbestos management plan, informing residents about the presence of asbestos, properly labelling ACMs, and providing training to staff and contractors. It is also important to ensure that any repair or maintenance work is carried out by qualified asbestos professionals, and to maintain accurate records of all asbestos-related activities.

Landlords must comply with the Control of Asbestos Regulations by conducting an asbestos survey to identify any ACMs, creating an asbestos management plan, and regularly reviewing and updating the plan. Landlords must also ensure that any maintenance or repair work is carried out by qualified asbestos professionals and provide asbestos awareness training to staff and contractors. In addition, landlords must inform tenants about the presence of asbestos and provide them with relevant information and instructions.

Residents in multi-occupancy buildings should be aware of the presence of asbestos and the potential health risks associated with exposure. It is important to know how to identify ACMs, such as ceiling tiles or insulation, and to avoid disturbing them. If residents notice damaged or deteriorating ACMs, they should report it to the property management company or landlord immediately. Residents should also be informed about any asbestos-related procedures or emergency plans in place.

Identifying and managing asbestos in your property involves conducting an asbestos survey to identify any ACMs, creating an asbestos management plan, and taking appropriate action to manage any identified risks. This may involve sealing or enclosing ACMs, monitoring them for signs of damage or deterioration, or safely removing them if necessary. It is important to hire qualified asbestos professionals to carry out any repair or maintenance work, and to properly label and dispose of any asbestos waste.

Asbestos was widely used in buildings until the 1999 due to its insulating and fire-resistant properties. Therefore, many buildings constructed before the 2000 may contain asbestos-containing materials such as textured coating (artex), insulation (AIB), flooring (marley floor tiles), ceiling tiles, bitumen, and roofing materials. However, asbestos has since been banned in many countries, and regulations require asbestos-containing materials to be safely managed or removed. The extent of asbestos-containing materials in a building depends on its age, location, and previous renovations. It is important to hire a qualified professional to assess the presence and condition of asbestos-containing materials in any building before any renovations or demolition work.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) provides guidance on asbestos management, including its Introduction to Asbestos Essentials, which provides more information on asbestos, what it looks like, and where you can find it. HSE’s L143 Managing and working with asbestos is an Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) that gives practical advice on how to comply with the law. Duty holders may also use alternative methods to comply with the law, but the ACOP has a special legal status.

Properties that are multiple occupancy will have communal areas that still require an asbestos report, this can include such things as porch, hallways, staircase and garage blocks.  You may also ask tradespeople to work in these building – they need to know if a property contains asbestos.

Earning your trust

What our clients have to say