Evaluation of Asbestos Management Toolkit for NSW Councils

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Help us evaluate the Asbestos Management Toolkit

As part of Blue Mountains City Council's Enforceable Undertaking with SafeWork NSW, we have developed an Asbestos Management Toolkit for use by local government authorities throughout NSW. The toolkit aims to provide local government authorities with strategies and processes to identify, eliminate, manage or minimise asbestos related hazards and risks.

We are seeking feedback on the Asbestos Management Toolkit. Please consider taking a few minutes to review and provide feedback on the Toolkit. Your feedback may be used to improve the Asbestos Management Toolkit in the future.

The Asbestos Management Toolkit has been produced as part of the Council’s Enforceable Undertaking (EU) with SafeWork NSW. The Council entered into the Enforceable Undertaking after SafeWork NSW alleged that the Council contravened clauses 425(1), 429(2), 479(1), and 445(1) of the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011. The full undertaking and general information about enforceable undertakings is available at www.safework.nsw.gov.au

Help us evaluate the Asbestos Management Toolkit

As part of Blue Mountains City Council's Enforceable Undertaking with SafeWork NSW, we have developed an Asbestos Management Toolkit for use by local government authorities throughout NSW. The toolkit aims to provide local government authorities with strategies and processes to identify, eliminate, manage or minimise asbestos related hazards and risks.

We are seeking feedback on the Asbestos Management Toolkit. Please consider taking a few minutes to review and provide feedback on the Toolkit. Your feedback may be used to improve the Asbestos Management Toolkit in the future.

The Asbestos Management Toolkit has been produced as part of the Council’s Enforceable Undertaking (EU) with SafeWork NSW. The Council entered into the Enforceable Undertaking after SafeWork NSW alleged that the Council contravened clauses 425(1), 429(2), 479(1), and 445(1) of the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011. The full undertaking and general information about enforceable undertakings is available at www.safework.nsw.gov.au

  • Blue Mountains City Council is currently seeking feedback on the Asbestos Management Toolkit. 


    Please consider taking a few minutes to review the Toolkit and provide feedback using this survey. This feedback may be used to improve the Asbestos Management Toolkit in the future. 

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