What To Expect From Your Asbestos Survey

Thames Laboratories believe that high quality and consistent communication and engagement with the Client and their residents are vital to […]

What Are The Real Costs of Asbestos?

It is well known that exposure to asbestos kills. The current estimate puts the number of deaths as a result of exposure at just over 5,000 per annum. The cost of removing all asbestos from the UK would be prohibitively expensive. But if we leave it in place and the number of deaths remain, then what would this cost us?

Keeping Our Staff Safe is Crucial

At Thames Laboratories we take our staff safety seriously at all times. Ahead of Boris Johnson’s announcement this week, we […]

Merry Christmas from Thames Laboratories!

    This year was very tough for all of us! Christmas is going to be different this year for […]

COVID-19: Guidance for Building Occupants

The safety of our staff and all those we come into contact with during the course of our work is […]

COVID-19 News Update 

COVID-19 News Update  We know these are difficult and uncertain times. We wanted to reassure all clients that we are […]



Thames Labs Supporting LandAid

Thames Laboratories pledge to provide free advice to charities through LandAid’s Pro Bono programme… Thames Laboratories are very pleased to […]

Two Companies Fined After Disturbing Asbestos

Two companies have been fined after asbestos was found during refurbishment work. No refurbishment and demolition survey was carried out to determine the presence of asbestos on the site. Two workers stripped out the AIB without any effective precautions and therefore received significant exposure to asbestos fibres.

Mr Fluffy: Canberra’s Asbestos Legacy

During the 1960’s and 1970’s, homes scattered across Canberra and New South Wales were insulated by the Mr Fluffy asbestos products. Despite a national cleanup effort two decades ago, new evidence shows more than a thousand of those homes are still toxic.

Ucatt: Call for Mandatory Asbestos Surveys

Social housing landlords should have a ‘legal duty’ to undertake asbestos surveys. With a motion to publicise those involved in exposing members to asbestos