Hillingdon metropolitan line station asbestos report
Request ID: FOI-2841-2122 Date published: 30 March 2022
Please would it be possible see the asbestos report for Hillingdon tube station?
TfL Ref: FOI-2841-2122
Thank you for your request received by Transport for London (TfL) on 14 March 2022, asking for the asbestos report for Hillingdon Station.
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Please find a copy of the report attached.
As part of the road widening scheme of the A40 at Hillingdon Circus, the original station at Hillingdon was demolished and a new one was built to the south which was opened in December 1992. Although the construction was undertaken before the ban on the use of asbestos containing materials in 1999, by then, the use of asbestos in construction had already declined. London Underground had been actively removing asbestos since the late 1970’s or early 80’s
We manage asbestos in accordance with the Health and Safety Executive’s Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 regulations. Where asbestos is found and it is appropriate to do so, it is London Underground’s policy to continue to safely manage asbestos containing materials in-situ, through continuedmanagement surveys, re-inspections, risk assessments and pre-work refurbishment & demolition surveys.
We carry out airborne fibre monitoring for asbestos as reassurance during work on or near to asbestos containing materials, to ensure levels and content of dust do not pose a risk to the health of our customers or employees.
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