HAVE YOUR SAY ON PHASE 3: ELIMINATING ASBESTOS

The Asbestos National Strategic Plan provides a long-term phased approach to eliminating asbestos-related diseases in Australia.

Phase One covered 2014–2018.

Phase Two finishes this year.

Phase Three will focus on safe and sustainable ways to remove asbestos containing materials (ACM) from our built environment.

ASEA - the Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency - has prepared a draft plan for Phase Three and is inviting your input. Simply visit ASEA’s Consultation Hub and completing the questionnaire.

Consultation on the draft Asbestos National Strategic Plan 2024-2030 closes on Friday 13 October 2023

ASEA are conducting a webinar to support the consultation, Tuesday 3 October, 11am – 12pm.

Register here.

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