Schools: Asbestos

Department for Education written question – answered on 27th January 2015.

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Photo of Toby Perkins Toby Perkins Shadow Minister (Business, Innovation and Skills)

To ask the Secretary of State for Education, which organisations and individuals were consulted as part of her Department's review of asbestos policy in schools.

Photo of David Laws David Laws The Minister of State, Cabinet Office, The Minister for Schools

The following organisations responded to the Department for Education’s call for evidence or were consulted in another way during the Department’s review of its policy:

1. Asbestos in Schools Group

2. Asbestos Support West Midlands

3. Asbestos Testing And Consultancy Association

4. Asbestos Victims Support Groups Forum UK

5. Association of School and College Leaders

6. Belle Vue Girls' School

7. Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council

8. Bradford Asbestos in Schools

9. Brent Teachers Association

10. Brighton and Hove City Council

11. Clean Air in London

12. Clear Concepts

13. Clevedon School

14. Danum Academy

15. Darlington Borough Council

16. Dinnington Comprehensive School

17. GMB

18. The Greetland Academy

19. Asbestos Review

20. Hazards Campaign

21. The Health and Safety Executive

22. Joint Union Asbestos Committee

23. Katharine Lady Berkeley's School

24. Kennet School

25. Kent County Council

26. Lancashire National Union of Teachers

27. London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

28. Local Government Association

29. Leeds NUT

30. Loreto College (St Albans)


32. National Association of Head Teachers

33. National Association of School Business Management

34. Nottingham County Council

35. NUT

36. NUT Wirral

37. NE area Asbestos Management Group

38. NUT Health and Safety Bradford

39. Portsmouth City Council

40. RB Asbestos Consultants

41. Right to Know Wales Campaign

42. Slater and Gordon Lawyers

43. St Mary's Academy

44. Trafford Council



47. Voice

48. West Sussex County Council

A number of individuals were also consulted as part of the review. To protect their personal information they have not been included in this answer.

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