What are hazardous materials?
Building materials that are known to be a health risk in the workplace. Type of hazardous materials include.
- Lead paint & dust
- Polychlorinated Buphenyls (PCBs)
- Synthetic mineral fibres (SMF)
- Ozone depleting substances (ODS)
- Above ground & under ground fuel storage tanks
Under the current Work Health & Safety (WHS) legislation the person in control of a business or undertaking (PCBU) has an obligation to assess the risks all off hazardous materials within the workplace and to develop a materials register prior to refurbishment or demolition works commencing on a commercial job in the A.C.T. The materials register will provide all recommendations for the safe removal or management of all hazardous materials noted on site.
How can we help?
At Keane Environmental we pride ourselves on having the greatest knowledge of hazardous materials within the workplace throughout the Canberra region. We can provide your workplace with an up to date register with all current legislative requirements for the management and removal of all hazardous materials prior to your works commencing. We also provide ongoing support throughout the demolition process to ensure your project is completed effectively.
For a free no obligations quotation call 0418 289 182. Alternatively you call email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prior to any refurbishment of demolition works on properties within the A.C.T it is a legislative requirement to have a residential asbestos assessment on the property. A licensed asbestos assessor must be engaged to perform this type of assessment to identify as far as reasonably practicable all asbestos containing materials on site & to provide recommendations on the safe removal of management of all items identified to contain asbestos.
At Keane Environmental we can provide residential asbestos assessments tailored to your exact needs, weather it’s a small renovation or a knock down rebuild we will advise on the type of services you may require.
In the A.C.T under the current WHS legislation all commercial buildings built prior to 2003 must have a current asbestos management plan (ASMP) with an asbestos register updated regularly. The PCBU must ensure that the ASMP is updated and kept on site for the use of all contractors and employees likely to come in contact with ACM whilst performing their workplace duties on site. It will provide PCBUs with all current legislation and recommendations for all ACM within the workplace.
At Keane Environmental we can provide all types of commercial asbestos assessments tailored to your exact needs, weather you’re renovating or need advise on damaged ACM we will advise on the type of services you may require.
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