Typically asbestos can be found in many places in Queensland homes.
An asbestos register is required for workplace buildings unless constructed after 31 December 1989 and no asbestos is present.
An asbestos management plan must be written in relation to identified or assumed asbestos or asbestos-containing material, and for naturally occurring asbestos at a workplace.
There are specific requirements how asbestos should be managed during removal, minor works or maintenance procedures. It is also important to know about prohibited activities, notifications, licences as well as advice about clean ups after floods, storms or fires.
You are obliged to comply with laws about how asbestos can be transport and disposed of.
Details of businesses that hold Class A and Class B licences to remove asbestos. A licensed asbestos assessor is required to carry out air monitoring, clearance inspections and issuing clearance certificates for friable asbestos removal.