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A Management survey is the standard survey which assists the person in control of the workplace to manage asbestos in its buildings.
OHMS Asbestos can offer routine or emergency sampling of suspected asbestos containing materials.
Working with OHMS Asbestos can help you lessen the risk both from a commercial perspective and in terms of health and safety.
OHMS Asbestos offers comprehensive asbestos fibre air monitoring and clearance inspection services to ensure that regulatory requirements are met along with client, project and health & safety standards.
Asbestos awareness is a valuable tool for managers, persons in control of a workplace, maintenance contractors, tradespeople and even home renovators or DIYers.
Asbestos contamination in soil and contaminated sites are common occurrence in Australia. The contamination can be a result of poor remediation or demolition of structures etc.
Asbestos-containing dust or debris (ACD) is dust or debris that has settled within a workplace or home and has been identified, or assumed to be, contaminated with asbestos.
In recent years, asbestos has been identified in a range of imported plant, equipment and construction material. Common components at higher risk of containing asbestos include friction components and gaskets.
When fires occur through accidental means, bush fires or even arson the first concern is to deal with the immediate risk which is of course the fire itself.
Fibrous Minerals also known as Naturally Occurring Asbestos (NOA) is present throughout Australia.
Lead can be located in a variety of circumstances including industrial applications on plant and infrastructure, decorative paint in both the external and internal of commercial and domestic properties.