Asbestos Containing Materials in Fires

Besting Asbestos

The Challenge

An Australian Defence Force department building is extensively damaged in a fire requiring urgent remediation. We are contacted by the ADF and asked to promptly respond to the their needs, and to complete an asbestos survey and assessment report outlining the key remediation risks.

Assessments of hazardous materials within burnt structures are difficult. When assessments are not completed it can lead to significant delays and increased costs to the overall remediation project – and may inadvertently impact stakeholders.

The Solution

We successfully survey the property for hazardous materials (including asbestos and lead). Outcomes from the assessment are summarised within detailed reports enabling our client to consult the findings when developing the remediation plan.

Due to the prompt survey response and assessment findings our client is able to execute the project in a safe and efficient manner.

Dual Focus – The Health Risk Assessment and Task Analysis Project

One of our long term clients in the aerospace industry recently implemented a new and improved health program. As the company has over one-thousand employees, the scale and complexity of the program is considerable and requires careful planning and foresight.

Insurance and Building Remediation

Working with insurance and building companies involved in damaged structure claims can add complexity to an already challenging environment. Following a natural disaster in a remote location we are engaged to undertake assessment of a facility to determine the level of Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) contamination and the subsequent level of risk.

Multi-Building Removal and Demolition

A multi-national packaging company required assistance on a large scale asbestos removal and demolition project.

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