Asbestos removal is a very sensitive job, requiring high standards of prevention. The preparation phase is very important in avoiding adverse effects on the health of workers and residents. Here is a simple guide that will be followed by a qualified specialist in preparation for removing perishable products (asbestos containing powdered ingredients), based on information from the Australian Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations:
Before you try to do anything, you must follow this preparatory procedure: You must first get the asbestos removal control plan (ARCP), as well as work instructions. To ensure the highest standards of project safety and compliance, on-site assessment should be undertaken. Relevant data can also be sourced from the existing asbestos list. Required calculations are made from the quantity of material required, based on quality requirements, specifications, and plans.
The applicable environmental requirements must be identified so that the project can comply with all regulatory obligations. Health workers engaged in the project should be retained. Therefore, you must apply all necessary processes to meet the requirements of health surveillance. It also involves air monitoring. Authorizations can then be obtained (based on company and legislative requirements) upon completion of the preparatory phase. That’s the article about asbestos removal.