National inventory of asbestos in Public Services and Procurement Canada buildings
From: Public Services and Procurement Canada
The National Asbestos Inventory lists all buildings owned or leased by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) and indicates whether or not they contain asbestos as of December 29, 2017.
On this page
- Consult the inventory
- How Public Services and Procurement Canada manages asbestos in its buildings
- More information
Consult the inventory
To find out whether there is a known presence of asbestos in a building owned or leased by PSPC, locate the building in the inventory below. You can search by entering key words in the "Filter items" box. You can also sort certain columns to locate a building by its Directory of Federal Real Property unique number, name, city, province or territory, postal code or by asset type (Crown-owned, Lease or Lease-purchase).
- Only properties owned or leased by PSPC are listed in the inventory. For properties owned or leased by other government departments, please refer to the national inventory of asbestos in federal buildings. Inquiries about properties owned or managed by other government departments should be addressed to the respective departments
- Information on leased buildings was obtained from the landlords for each building. Landlords are responsible for information on leased buildings
- Buildings that are part of a campus or grouping of buildings are listed under their individual building names and individual addresses, not the campus name. For example, you can find the Jeanne-Mance Building in the inventory, but not the Tunney's Pasture campus
- Where there is no known asbestos in a building, an asbestos management plan is not required
Properties listed in the national asbestos inventory
|No.||DFRP No.||Asset name||Address||City||Province||Postal code||Asset type||Known presence of asbestos?||Asbestos management plan in place?|
Note 2: Building—2 Montcalm
The building is 100% leased to a 3rd party that is not a federal government entity. The Canada Labour Code does not apply to the operations and maintenance of this building because building does not contain a Federal work place as defined by the Canada Labour Code.
“Work place” means any place where an employee is engaged in work for the employee’s employer.
How Public Services and Procurement Canada manages asbestos in its buildings
The Government of Canada carefully manages the risks associated with asbestos in its buildings. All buildings owned or leased by PSPC that contain asbestos are required to have an asbestos management plan. If asbestos has recently been discovered, an asbestos management plan may not yet be in place. PSPC is working diligently with landlords to ensure that asbestos management plans are developed for the few leased buildings that do not yet have them.
To learn more about how Public Services and Procurement Canada manages asbestos in its buildings
- Asbestos in Public Services and Procurement Canada-owned buildings
- Update on asbestos use, April 19, 2016
- Public Services and Procurement Canada Asbestos Management Directive
- Public Services and Procurement Canada Asbestos Management Standard
- Frequently asked questions about asbestos in Public Services and Procurement Canada buildings
- Contact the Real Property Branch
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