Safety Systems Bendigo offer sampling to assess the presents of Methamphetamine residue on surfaces. We assist you in protecting the health and well-being of your employees, occupants and contractors, by verifying the quality and health standards of your workplace or property.
The most common Clandestine Lab Drug produced is Methamphetamine.
Methamphetamine is odourless but can be hazardous until residues are cleaned from surfaces or furnishings discarded. The remediation action level for methamphetamine on an indoor surface is 0.5µg/100cm² according to Australian Clandestine Drug Laboratory Remediation Guidelines 2011.
- Preliminary assessment to identify risk of exposure
- Qualitive and quantitative testing for methamphetamine
- Visual inspection
- Remediation Recommendations
- Clearance testing for re-habitation
- Analytical techniques performed by a NATA accredited Laboratory
- Written record of results and recommendations
Health Risks of Methamphetamine Exposure
- Difficult breathing/Chest pain
- Loss of Coordination
- Skin Irritation
- Sleep interruption
- Depression / Trouble concentrating
- Cancer/Liver, Brain and kidney damage
- Miscarriage and birth defects
If you have received a Prohibition notice under Section 194 of the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 or suspect the production or use of methamphetamine, it is of the greatest importance that you contact the authorities and seek an expert evaluation.