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PO Box 177
Berowra, NSW 2081
Working on or near damaged asbestos containing materials (ACM) without appropriate control measures in place increase the risk of exposure to airbourne asbestos fibres.
It is often difficult to identify the presence of asbestos material by sight and sampling of suspect material containing asbestos is in itself hazardous and should be carried out by a competent person and analysed in accredited laboratories.
If you believe or suspect that there is a risk of asbestos-containing material at your site then seek professional advice. Our experienced, approachable team is always on hand to answer your questions, and guide you through your obligations.
ARSNSW provides a sampling service conducted under controlled conditions outlined under the guidelines of NOHSC:2002(2005) we assist project/site managers, trades and private dwelling owners under their duty of care protocols.
We are associated with reputable accredited occupational hygienists and consultants for asbestos site register, remedial, environmental, monitoring and reports.
Class B (Non Friable) Asbestos Material :i Any material that contains asbestos in a bonded matrix, it may consist of Portland cement or various resin/binders and cannot be crushed by hand when dry. super 6 roof and flat sheet wall linings are example of non friable asbestos ,material.
Class B asbestos license holder can remove non friable asbestos only.
Class A (Friable) Asbestos Material: Any material that contains asbestos and is in the form of a powder or can be crumbled, pulverised or reduced to a powder consistency by hand pressure when dry. Sprayed roof insulation (Mr Fluffy), pipe/boiler lagging are examples of friable asbestos materials.
Class A asbestos license holder can remove both class A (friable) and class B (non friable) asbestos material.