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Asbestos Removal Explained

By Wade Rogers

Many homes and commercial establishments in Australia built before 1980 were built using cement mixed with asbestos externally, either on the roofs, gutters and wall claddings or internally in bathroom fittings as a component of wallpaper or bonding material on floor and wall tiles. 569 more words

Industrial Safety

New Year, New OSHA Injury and Illness Reporting Requirements

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Happy new year, everybody, and for many of you, welcome to your first day of work in 2015.  Now that the champagne toasts have been made, sundry objects have been dropped from cranes and some old acquaintances have been forgot, it’s time to get down to business.  504 more words

OSHA

Asbestos Soil Contamination And Safe Removal

By Wade Rogers

Asbestos might be found in the soil on any kind of property. For instance, it could be present since buildings which contained asbestos materials were not pulled down and disposed of appropriately or because asbestos-contaminated soils were used as fill material or as top soil. 551 more words

Industrial Safety

General Guidelines For Asbestos Removal From Workplaces

By Wade Rogers

The Occupational Health and Safety Act of 2004 and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations of 2007 lays down measures and procedures to be taken while removing asbestos either in residential or commercial sites. 546 more words

Industrial Safety

Facts On Bathroom Asbestos Removal

By Wade Rogers

The most common place to find asbestos is the bathroom due to its wet nature. Other wet areas are also asbestos prone areas. 553 more words

Industrial Safety

Bathroom Asbestos Removal

By Wade Rogers

Asbestos is commonly found in bathroom fittings because it is water resistant. Most of the time, it will be found in small quantities, so the nature of the removal work is usually classified as small scale. 540 more words

Industrial Safety

Importance Of Asbestos Roof Removal

By Wade Rogers

There has been great concern about asbestos and its impact on people’s health. The truth is, if left undisturbed, asbestos is quite harmless. 548 more words

Industrial Safety