To be a clearly defined, easily accessed and centrally located document, the following data needs to be included: The person/s named as responsible for managing the asbestos present; An asbestos register including relevant detail from the asbestos survey – such as amount and location; Details of ongoing and scheduled works that could disturb ACMs; A schedule of actions to monitor the condition of any ACMs; Instructions for all personnel who may come across and disturb the materials together with concise background to the decisions outlined in the plan. An asbestos management plan is best managed in electronic form so that the computerised records are updated swiftly and it’s easily accessed by personnel immediately. Upkeep and delivery of the plan is the responsibiity the duty holder – who is generally the owner or building manager. To comply with the ‘control of asbestos regulations 2012’ you must check your entire business / commercial building for any ACMs if it was built before 2000. ACMs in schools are dealt with in the same way but with added layers of responsibility that need budgeting for.