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Queensland Government is a good source on everything you need to know about asbestos. Visit the site or use our selected links that will take you straight to the information we have already sourced.

Asbestos registers & management plans

Clear and present danger asbestos exposed video

How  to safely remove asbestos - Code of Practice 2011

How to manage and control asbestos in the workplace - Code of Practice 2011

Asbestos: A guide for minor renovation booklet

Cleaning asbestos containing materials fact sheet

Clearance inspections information

How was asbestos used? information

Working with asbestos videos

Homeowners: Look, check and prepare information

Asbestos within electrical installations information

Transporting and disposal of asbestos information

Managing asbestos information

Queensland Health is a dynamic organisation committed to providing a range of services aimed at achieving good health and well-being for all Queenslanders.

Asbestos in the home info page

General asbestos history information

Cleaning and/or removing asbestos containing materials information

Cracked,damaged or weathered asbestos cement sheeting fact sheet

Asbestos and fire damaged buildings fact sheet

A guide for householders and the general public booklet

You can also contact Queensland Health on 1300 744 636 (for residential) or your local Queensland Workplace Health and Safety office (for commercial premises) on 1300 369 915.

Queensland Department of Health and Safety

General asbestos information

WorkCover NSW is part of the Safety, Return to Work and Support Division (SRWSD). Their purpose is to increase the competitiveness of the NSW economy through productive, healthy and safe workplaces. They are dedicated to promoting productive, healthy and safe workplaces for workers and employers in New South Wales.

Working with Asbestos fact sheets

Safe Work Australia is an independent statutory agency responsible to improve occupational health and safety and workers' compensation arrangements across Australia

Minor contamination of asbestos-containing dust or debris fact sheet

The Asbestos Diseases Society of Australia is a caring, non-profit, charitable organisation which was founded in 1979 to provide counselling and support services to those who develop asbestos-related diseases and their families.

The Mesothelioma Center is to help those who need to know how to battle this disease. Our website is full of information about mesothelioma cancer, and what we do best is provide support and resources for people and families who need help understanding and coping with this disease.