We are taking our key learnings from 2020 and setting our sights on 1000 schools adopting Asbestos SMART in 2021. This is still only about 5% of UK schools that contain asbestos but will better protect hundreds of thousands of pupils, staff and contractors.
We are delighted to announce that UKNAR will be taking part in the upcoming Contam Digital Spotlight ‘Innovation in Asbestos Management’ on the 18th February at 2:40 pm, GMT. - Register free
As the new academic year gets underway at universities and educational estates across the UK, students and staff are facing an uncertain time.
UKNAR’s Asbestos SMART trials are underway with Knight Frank across its central London commercial property portfolio, following an innovative new partnership with the leading independent global real estate consultancy.
UKNAR CIC is delighted to have been awarded a European Regional Development grant which will enable the newly formed community interest company to double its Abestos SMART trials base among the 80% of UK schools where asbestos is present and remains a persistent and deadly risk.
Following the announcement of UKNAR CIC’s partnership with Mesothelioma UK in the last edition, we are delighted to announce that over 50 schools are now going to be trialling UKNAR’s Asbestos SMART system from September. In addition, Knight Frank, the UK’s leading dependent real estate agency has adopted Asbestos SMART technology across its prestigious London commercial property portfolio.
UKNAR CIC is delighted to have been awarded a European Regional Development Fund grant via Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership’s (OXLEP) eScalate programme. The grant which champions the potential of growing and scale up businesses and enterprises for social good, will now help UKNAR to assess the viability of Asbestos SMART technology in its planned next phase within Higher Education facilities and NHS Trust properties.
UKNAR, (UK National Asbestos Register) has announced an innovative new partnership with Knight Frank, the UK's leading independent real estate consultancy.
Andrew Paten, co-founder of UKNAR - UK National Asbestos Register, talks about how schools can take the digital approach to improve the management of asbestos, which is estimated to be in 80 per cent of UK schools