The team here at AHI Asbestos Consultants have been a trusted name in the Asbestos industry across Brisbane and South East Queensland communities for years. We provide fully-licensed, total solution services for all asbestos identification, testing and reporting for commercial, industrial and residential properties.
We are committed to providing industry-leading services focused on the ethics of trust, transparency, integrity and accountability while striving to deliver complete customer satisfaction.
We are a company focused on supporting the community that supports us, showing leadership through our actions, and supporting charities that contribute to making a better Australia and a better world.
Our staff receive regular training and upskilling to keep them at the forefront of the asbestos industry and occupational health and safety regulations. When you are using our services, you can rest assured that our number one objective is the safety and health of people, families, pets, and the wider community.
For more information about our asbestos services read on, or contact our friendly specialists today.
We provide comprehensive services for asbestos inspections, surveys or audits on all commercial, industrial and residential properties with the aim to identify all possible asbestos containing products on site.
If asbestos is confirmed but stable, then a re-inspection will be required at least every five years for all commercial and industrial sites. If any asbestos identified is not in pristine condition, recommendations will be reported to cover all remedial works in order to reduce or eliminate any risks.
We offer discounted rates for your re-inspection when you re-book your services with us, and we can provide you with a reminder when you are due for re-inspection after our initial consultation.
For a full rundown on our asbestos inspection Brisbane process and various costings call our expert inspection team. Send your enquiry via email and our team will respond promptly.
Our comprehensive reports cover all accessible areas on the site and in and around all buildings, include all identified asbestos containing products on commercial and residential properties, including:
Our expert staff will also inspect and report under the building and in the ceiling cavity if the spaces are accessible. For further information about asbestos reporting Brisbane, contact our help desk.
If asbestos has potentially been identified on your work site or private property, the team here at AHI Asbestos Consultants can execute a systematic, professional inspection of the entire property, and ensure all laboratory testing required for identification and compliance of your asbestos management plan.
We carry out testing on all sites where asbestos has been identified or suspected, including:
All our tests are performed in a NATA accredited laboratory, and we can advise on all steps that must be taken, making the process as stress-free as possible for property owners. If you or your company require asbestos testing in the Brisbane and South East Queensland communities, you can contact our team of experts on 1300 141 662.
An asbestos register is a document that lists all identified—or assumed—asbestos. The Work Health and Safety Act of 2011 outlines the necessary procedures that are required for the safe and responsible identification and disposal of asbestos material from commercial and residential sites.
This is an elementary explanation of a document that spans hundreds of pages as these documents can be confusing and hard to understand by those outside of the industry. Our registers will include but not be limited to the asbestos:
The team here at AHI Asbestos Consultants are here to make asbestos identification and reporting as easy and stress-free as possible. We take all the guesswork out of government asbestos regulations by taking care of all necessary steps for you.
For a comprehensive breakdown of the Australian asbestos register and its implications, contact our helpful asbestos consultants today.
An asbestos management plan helps property owners and developers with the management, control, and eradication of asbestos when it is discovered and identified on-site. When asbestos is found, The Australian Government requires that a management plan be put in place.
This plan outlines things such as:
We can help you action an asbestos management plan for your site that meets all federal and state government guidelines. Contact our asbestos management specialist today for a full explanation of these regulations, policies and legal obligations.
Unlike Asbestos cement boards, which are durable, stable and relatively safe when intact, LDB may not be. Most buildings that contain LDB were most likely built before 1983 when its use was phased out.
LDB is hazardous, and can contain up to 70% asbestos fibre. It is a soft material that can be indented with the firm application of a fingernail, and it may be difficult to identify whether a product is LDB, or other construction material without laboratory analysis.
This makes it vital that the board be identified by asbestos specialists like the team here at AHI Asbestos Consultants. The unstable or “friable” nature of this board, can present significant health risks when someone is exposed to, or inhales the fibres or dust of this product.
Due to this risk, this material must be removed by licenced asbestos removalists under federal and state SafeWork laws and regulations. If you think you have found friable asbestos on your property or work site, the team here at AHI Asbestos Consultants can advise on all steps required for its safe and responsible encapsulation, isolation or removal.
For more information about asbestos identification, reporting and testing, you can contact our helpful team on 1300 141 662. Send your enquiry via email, and one of our expert staff will respond promptly or can contact you for a consultation at a preferred time.
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