Asbestos Air Monitoring

Asbestos Air Monitoring

After an asbestos removal has occurred, and before the area is reoccupied; air monitoring may be carried out to determine whether the level of airborne asbestos fibres is below the exposure standard.

Asbestos air monitoring may also be carried out around the perimeter of removal works to determine whether airborne asbestos fibres are being released from the enclosure or removal area.

The Safety Systems team, are specialists in undertaking all types of asbestos air monitoring procedures. Air monitoring should be performed when any asbestos-containing material is being removed, as this ensures that there is no risk to the health of workers or the public. If, however the asbestos is classed as friable, the air monitoring is mandatory under the Regulation 292 of the Victorian Occupational Health & Safety Regulations 2017. At Safety Systems Pty Ltd we recommend that air monitoring be conducted for all removals which are carried out in public environments such as schools, hospitals & other public areas.

At Safety Systems Pty Ltd, all our filters are analysed by a NATA accredited laboratory and calculations are conducted by a qualified occupational hygienist. We then provide this information to you in an easy to read and understand report.