How do you ensure your asset is compliant with Asbestos law?

With changing regulation and people safety top of mind, how do you ensure that your business and assets are meeting the required standards in Asbestos regulation?

Hazard Management

Safer Processes, Safer Places, Safe People

We understand that the cost of failure to effectively manage the health and safety of an asset can be significant, including personal harm, legal action, and cost of remedial actions. Our complete compliance and assurance software provides visual risk mapping, alongside full risk assessment and risk management plans to ensure your legal responsibility as Duty Holder is fulfilled.

Key points to note

  • Compliance helps you to avoid the cost of failure, including personal harm, legal action, significant fines, damage to reputation and cost of remedial action.
  • Our software reduces the need for annual specialist surveys by generating a robust alternative risk management plan.
  • We can increase your operational efficiencies by up to 60% and create direct cost savings for your portfolio.

Your sector

As an experienced sector specialist, we have two decades of knowledge in delivering software solutions to highly regulated sectors including energy providers and local government. However, we recognise that every organisation is unique and therefore our solutions are customisable and compatible to meet your priorities.

Local Government

Commercial Property

Property and Residential

Manufacturing and Industrial

Educational Institutions
Healthcare Institutions
Office and Public Buildings
Social Housing
Hospitality and Hotel
Retail Premises
Office Spaces
Event Venues
Working Environments
Housing Associations
Accommodation Providers
Property Management
Production Facilities
Water and Ports
Renewable Energy
Oil and Gas

Local Government

Experienced, reliable, and evidence-based track record, Timely implementation and full support package available as standard, Cost-efficient with demonstrable system savings evidenced by increased efficiency and compliance


Commerical property

Established international footprint working across four countries, from three data centres System alerts to ensure real time viewing of operations Full data migration and compatible with a range of estates management software to increase efficiency savings quickly


Property and Residential

Preferred partner for sector specialists, Innovative visual maps which can directly capture Specialist Surveyor findings and recommendations Ensure legally defensible position for contractors and residents, by providing visual mapping and risk assessments


Manufacturing and Industrial

Evidence-based track record in the sector, and proud to have retained 100% of customers Innovative and specialist modules to increase efficiency of aging assets Phased and planned implementation to ensure implementation does not impact operations

Why us


Asbestos related illness is entirely preventable with the safe management of the material.

Hazard Management


20 tradespeople in the UK every week are killed by asbestos related illness (UKATA).

Learn more about Mesothelioma


Mesothelioma UK estimates that 87 former hospital workers and 89 former school workers lose their life to mesothelioma each year.

The history of Asbestos


Mesothelioma is not curable, and more than 50% of those diagnosed lose their life within the first year of diagnosis.


In 2023 HSE fines for asbestos have been up to £90,000, with additional charges for remedial costs of over £50,000 and a custodial prison sentence for the Director.

How do we ensure you to comply with legislation as a duty holder?


Our software creates a complete and comprehensive single record of truth for your assets, including the location, type, and condition of hazardous materials. This record is updated with the lifecycle of your assets, ensuring that changes, actions, and works are accurately recorded and referenced in your risk assessment.
The asset information can include visual, interactive maps which also feature all selected hazards. For example, you may wish to collate fire safety measures, air quality, noise, RAAC, or legionella into a single hazard map.


A core component of compliance is the identification, and adequate management of risk. Our innovative hazard mapping solution ensures that each hazard is appropriately and visually identified around an asset.
Our module for risk management then allow the Duty Holder to ensure robust plans are effectively implemented to ensure safety in and around an asset.
Depending on the needs of your assets, our workflow management and task management functionality will ensure that works are completed safely and effectively, with automated notifications in the event of reportable event.


As a secure, digital record, our tool provides a centralised record of the asset’s information to ensure compliance. To ensure assurance, it then additionally records all risk management plans, and provides a full record of activities demonstrating evidence of this. Our software can operate independently or integrate with existing estate or facilities software; this can include the direct input from specialist surveyors to ensure your existing information is optimised.


To ensure that the Duty Holder meets their legal responsibilities, the software ensures that there are clear lines of accountability for asset safety. This can be specified to named workers, with the system able to allocate specific permissions. By devising communication pathways, the Duty Holder can be assured to receive automated notifications of action required; and embed workflow planning to ensure core tasks are always completed in accordance with due process.


This software is compliant with HSG210 and HSG248 guidance and meets the requirements of the Duty Holders within the Building Safety Act 2022 and Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. It is compliant for HSE inspections, and can facilitate remote or desktop inspections, with your inspector having their own unique login for a time limited period. This system is modular and allows your specific customisation to ensure it is fully reflective of your regulatory environment. This can include specialist buildings, delivering regulated provisions with the Care Quality Commission and OFSTED.


Involving, empowering, and educating tenants is a core requirement of legislation. This software ensures the right information can be provided, in an accessible, appropriate format. This software ensures that there is an evidence trail of all information provided, with records of new activities required.


  • All
  • Details
  • Mapping
  • Risk
  • Scheduling

Audit scheduling

Scheduling for regular inspections


Audit inspection

Asbestos Item

Description of the ACM

Risk Assessment

HSE compliant risk assessment


Photos and videos can be attached

Action log

Recommended actions for the ACM

Change log

Full audit log of all activities

Asset mapping

Ability to define the asset for zones and rooms

Tower block

Any asset can be mapped

What is asbestos?

Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous material which was used heavily in construction between the 1950s and 1990s. At the time the material was praised for its miraculous indestructible properties, however it has since been classified as a Category One Carcinogen and was banned in 1999.

Asbestos was used widely in a range of assets in the UK, including domestic homes, and non-domestic properties including schools, hospitals, and public venues. When well maintained and undisturbed, it poses no health threat. However, if disintegrating, or disturbed, the hazardous fibres are dangerous and pose risk of a range of fatal asbestos-related diseases.

What is the duty holder's legal responsibility?

The Control of Asbestos Regulation 2012 requires the Duty Holder to identify asbestos around an asset, and maintain an Asbestos Management Plan which is reviewed, monitored, and provides accessible information to any contractor, employee or visitor who may be at risk of disturbing it. Our software provides a visual mapping tool, and a full risk management tool to ensure full compliance with the law.

The Building Safety Act 2022 requires the named Accountable Person to hold the legal responsibility for common parts, and the Principal Accountable Person to hold the legal responsibility for the exterior and structure of the asset. This responsibility must be met by demonstrating seven duties and required ‘Golden Thread’ of information; our software ensures compliance and assurance with this standard.

What is legionella?

Legionella is a bacteria that resides in water and if left untreated can lead to legionnaires disease which is a severe lung infection that you can contract by inhaling tiny water droplets containing the bacteria.

Common sources of exposure include air conditioning systems, humidifiers, spa pools, and hot tubs in places like hotels, hospitals, or offices. Symptoms of Legionnaires’ disease include cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, and high fever.

What is the duty holder's legal responsibility?

As per the duties under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, the duty holder is responsible for health and safety and need to take precautions to reduce the risks of exposure to legionnella.

The duty holder must ensure that they identify and assess sources of risk, manage any risks, prevent or control any risks, keep and maintain the correct records and carry out any other duties you may have; our software ensures compliance and assurance with this standard.

What is noise?

The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 aim to ensure that the hearing of workers' is protected from excessive and persistence noise whilst at their respective place of work as this can damage a persons' hearing with potential long term damage that may lead to noise-induced hearing loss or tinnitus.

Most employees are subject to noise at work, albeit at varying degrees as some industrial environments introduce risk of excessive noise such as construction work, heavy equipment and power tools, factory environments and loud music venues, as some examples.

What is the duty holder's legal responsibility?

The noise regulations advise that sounds at or below 70 dB are generally considered safe, however at levels or 80 dB and above then the employer must assess the risk to employee health and take appropriate preventative and protective actions where necessary.

Employers are responsible for ensuring the legal limits on noise exposure are not exceeded and as such employers are obliged to provide their employees with information, training and carry out health surveillance wherever there is a health risk; our software ensures compliance and assurance with this standard.

What is RAAC?

Reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) is a lightweight form of precast concrete commonly used in buildings in the UK between the mid-1960s and the mid-1980s which is mainly found in roofs, although occasionally in floors and walls.

If you are responsible for the management, maintenance or alteration of buildings you should first establish whether your buildings contain RAAC and then take steps to manage and control risk.

What is the duty holder's legal responsibility?

As per the duties under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, the duty holder is responsible for identifying hazards, determining the risk and then taking appropriate action where necessary.

With the failure of RAAC being highlighted in the UK in 2023, it is becoming increasingly important that the duty holder ensure that they identify and assess sources of risk, manage any risks and maintain the correct records on the overall condition of a built structure; our software ensures compliance and assurance with this standard.

Pricing plans


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This plan is limted in features and usage for evalution

Trial includes:

  • One asset
  • One map level
  • 10 hazards
  • Basic reporting
  • HSE compliance


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This plan is for small businesses with a single asset

Basic plan includes:

  • One asset
  • Multiple levels
  • Unlimited hazards
  • Basic reporting
  • HSE compliance


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This plan is for businesses with multiple assets

Standard plan includes:

  • Multiple assets
  • Multiple levels
  • Unlimited hazards
  • Basic reporting
  • HSE compliance


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This plan is aimed at facilities management companies

Enterpise plan includes:

  • Multiple asset
  • Multiple levels
  • Unlimited hazards
  • Advanced reporting
  • HSE compliance
  • LiDAR
  • 360° virtual tours

Community involvement

Within many of the buildings that we work and live in, there are hazards present that need to be managed and monitored in very much the same way we do with the more dangerous hazards such as asbestos.

As part of Elisian's commitment to improving the visibility of asbestos across an asset, we are also committed to engaging with our users to understand the types of hazards that are prominent, if not visible, in all of their respective buildings and are therefore very keen to learn about your experiences and needs in relation to hazard management.

If you would like to learn more about Elisian and our journey in using technology to map hazards, then please get in touch as we would love to hear from you.