Mandatory Asbestos Inspection
Asbestos has been used for a very long time in the production of building materials. When it was examined how bad it can affect health, it was banned for use. However, there are still old buildings where an asbestos inspection must be carried out before demolition or renovation. Visit https://ahiasbestos.com.au/
An on-site assessment must be performed by a certified asbestos inspector. Our company employs only such certified inspectors, who perform their work professionally.
Asbestos inspection process involves, first, a detailed visual inspection of the building that is slated to be demolished or renovated, then an inventory of all material suspected of containing asbestos. After the census, mass sample extraction is performed and then laboratory analysis is performed. Upon receiving the results from the laboratory, the inspectors give recommendations on how to remove material containing asbestos.
How long the asbestos inspection will last depends on the size of the building that is slated for demolition or renovation. The inspector must be allowed access to all premises. After the collected material, the laboratory analysis can last from 3 to 10 days.
Asbestos was most often used in the production of floors, ceiling panels, plasterboards and gypsum bonding compound, during glazing and sealing, in thermal insulation, in fire-resistant parts and in many other types of materials.
After the asbestos inspection, the inspector will submit a detailed report on his work, and if there is asbestos in the materials he examined, he will give suggestions on how to remove it, so that builders can work without fear for their health.
If you are demolishing or renovating a building, in order to be safe from asbestos pollution and to protect your workers and the environment, one click on asbestos inspection is enough. We will do this inspection quickly and professionally.