Information about where asbestos comes from and the different types of asbestos.
The differences between bonded and friable asbestos.
Simply living or working in a building containing asbestos is not dangerous as long as it is in good condition.
The likelihood of any particular person developing an asbestos-related illness depends on a number of factors.
Health monitoring is required for certain workers involved in asbestos removal or other asbestos-related work.
Find out more about what the law requires.
Low density asbestos fibre board is a lightly compressed board which looks similar to asbestos cement sheeting or plasterboard but is different because it can be easily bent in the hand or dented by soft pressure. It is also sometimes referred to as asbestos insulating board.
Requirements and obligations for the 'minor contamination' of asbestos contaminated dust or debris (ACD).
Guidance about safely managing structures and asbestos contaminated dust that may be present following a fire.
Information for home owners, businesses and volunteers who are involved with a clean up and recovery of damaged buildings.
Importation of asbestos is prohibited.
Find out about Government agencies and what they do to manage asbestos.
The Queensland Government is committed to managing and controlling asbestos containing material in government controlled buildings.
Court summaries of asbestos related prosecutions.
Summaries of sanctions taken against asbestos licence holders.
Summaries of asbestos on-the-spot fines.