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
UKNAR - UK National Asbestos Register announces partnership with leading cancer charity Mesothelioma UK
UKNAR, the UK National Asbestos Register is delighted to announce a partnership with Mesothelioma UK, the national specialist resource centre for asbestos related cancer, in a bid to support fundraising whilst highlighting the danger of disease resulting from exposure to asbestos.
UKNAR - UK National Asbestos Register invites schools to take part in free early adopter trials for Asbestos SMART
UKNAR, (UK National Asbestos Register) has launched a nationwide campaign to invite up to 50 schools to participate in free early adopter trials of its innovative new Asbestos SMART QR code technology.
UKNAR contributes to leading think tank policy paper – ‘Why a national database can and should be established’
UKNAR features in the latest policy paper ‘Why a National Asbestos Database Can and Should be Established’ by leading think tank ResPublica. The paper has been launched in support of the UK-wide ‘Airtight on Asbestos’ campaign to influence the HSE’s current regime on asbestos management and the subsequent major risk it poses to public health.
UKNAR writes an open letter to Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer in response to ResPublica’s request which calls for the reform of the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) approach to managing asbestos in UK schools and hospitals.
GLOBAL ASBESTOS AWARENESS WEEK: 1-7 APRIL
UKNAR – the UK National Asbestos Register is actively supporting Global Asbestos Awareness Week (GAAW) 2020 from 01 to 07 April.