Steve Mills, Senior Consultant

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P402 qualified asbestos surveyor and asbestos awareness trainer

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Over 10 years of asbestos management

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RAF Veteran

Steve Mills Since then, Steve has undertaken a wide variety of training both internal and external, including the P402 asbestos surveyor qualification in 2009. Steve works in both Legionella and asbestos fields carrying out Legionella risk assessments, Legionella support, Legionella management reviews, asbestos management surveys, asbestos condition assessments, asbestos management reviews and delivers both Legionella and asbestos awareness training.

Prior to joining Assurity Consulting, Steve served in the Royal Air Force for 12 years working in flight operations and spent 5 years involved in royal and VIP flying on The Queens Flight. Steve left the RAF in 1999 and worked in a variety of aviation before Assurity Consulting called.

Outside of work Steve loves, cycling, running, playing guitar, amateur dramatics and is a proud Aston Villa supporter.

Insights from Steve

Good asbestos management relies on good information

It has recently come to light that gaskets made by a UK company between 2006 and 2011 contained asbestos. The company was not at fault and an HSE investigation cleared them of any blame.

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Asbestos - where a poor survey can be worse than no survey

SSE Hornsea has been fined £300,000 for failing to identify and manage asbestos after members of its maintenance team were exposed to asbestos fibres.

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How good is your water management documentation?

The only way to demonstrate to any enforcing authority, or indeed your employer, that you are managing the risk from Legionella bacteria is by effective documentation and record keeping.

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Is your asbestos survey up to date?

In July this year, The Boswells School in Chelmsford Essex, was fined after poorly-planned and managed refurbishment and maintenance activities exposed school staff and others to asbestos.

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Are you controlling the risk from your asbestos containing materials?

An engineering firm has been fined after asbestos was found at their factory and they failed to document or manage the risks to employees or visitors to the site.

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