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One of the most important legal obligations placed on a building owner or manager is making sure that the asbestos registers can be readily accessed by all persons who access the building. Australian and New Zealand regulation states that a person with management or control of a workplace where an asbestos register is kept must ensure that the asbestos register is readily accessible to:

  • A worker who has carried out, carries out or intends to carry out, work at the workplace
  • A health and safety representative who represents a worker undertaking the work
  • A person conducting a business or undertaking who has carried out, carries out, or intends to carry out, work at the workplace
  • A person conducting a business or undertaking who has required, requires, or intends to require work to be carried out at the workplace

Providing access to the asbestos register is of paramount importance to building owners and managers, the OCTFOLIO Hazardous Material Information Management Software includes a user-friendly Google mapping feature.

 

This feature allows users to simply search for the specific site address using the Google Maps interface, and then once the user has zoomed in on the specific location they are concerned with, the OCTFOLIO Hazardous Material Information Management Software presents a series of hyperlinks attached to the place mark on the map which include links to the asbestos register, restricted access permits, and all other compliance-related documentation for the site.

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