Did you know that according to WHS laws, an Asbestos Clearance Inspection is essential after any asbestos removal in a workplace? Importantly, it must be carried out by an independent party and not the asbestos removalist. This could affect you if you’re conducting any refurbishment, renovation or construction projects.
Our Asbestos Clearance Inspection involves a visual inspection and air monitoring (where friable asbestos containing materials are removed) to determine if the area is clean and safe for return to work. If satisfied, we’ll provide a Clearance Certificate. Whilst a legal requirement, a clearance inspection also provides assurance for workers that the area is safe to occupy.
At JTA we have qualified and licensed Asbestos Assessors who have extensive experience gained on residential, commercial and industrial sites. They’ll follow strict protocols and use the latest equipment to ensure your Asbestos Clearance Inspection is conducted to the highest standards. Our experienced Occupational Hygienists can offer project management of the removal process if required and valuable asbestos management advice for the safety of both workers and the general public. JTA are experts in asbestos identification, assessment and management.
Asbestos legislation varies between Australian States and Territories. However, it is a uniform requirement to need an Asbestos Clearance Inspection after you commission licensed asbestos removal work to ensure that the area is safe for your workforce to return. A clearance inspection must include a visual inspection and may include air monitoring.
Click here to learn about Asbestos Air Monitoring that you may require for an Asbestos Clearance Inspection.