Increase awareness how asbestos affects many construction and maintenance workers, while complying with 29 CFR 1910.1001 and 1926.1101.
Given its hazardous nature, Asbestos must be packed in UN approved packaging bearing the CDG hazard sign and with asbestos code information visible.
Designed for general awareness, this video explains what asbestos is, where it is found, and how to reduce exposure to this carcinogen. Also it complies with the Asbestos Standard for General Industry, OSHA 3095.
We provide collection and disposal services for large consignments of both Bonded and Fibrous asbestos in either skips or roll on off containers. We can also arrange collection of small quantities of asbestos as well. e.g. Fly Tipped Waste.
Asbestos Inspection Cabinet for operator protection from fibres and particles. Cabinet has teardrop shaped front access with double hinged flap for easy access to cabinet interior. The front access flap will have a port machined in the acrylic to accept a microscope eye piece. This will be marked and cut to suit individual requirements prior to ...
Check for the presence of Cancer causing asbestos fibers.
Meet OSHA requirements for two hour awareness training with the most comprehensive video program ever. This thorough video is all you need to comply with 1910.1001 and 1926.1101.
Help your affected employees minimize their risk of exposure to this carcinogen.
This video covers a variety of topics, including: types of asbestos, why asbestos is harmful to the body, qualifications for inspection, pre-inspection planning, walk-through and sample collections, report writing, recordkeeping, legal concerns, and more.
Asbestos is naturally occurring mineral fibres with specific physical and chemical qualities. There are two groups of asbestos in mineralogical regard: serpentines and amphiboles. First group is only one type: chrysotile asbestos. The amphiboles are: amosite, anthophyllite, krokidolite, thermolite and actinolite. Fibres from chrysolite and ...