Asbestos/Hazardous Material Inspections Services
Thorough inspections of buildings and facilities are completed by at least one Michigan Accredited Asbestos Inspector. Global completes on-site inspections which follow AHERA, MIOSHA, and NESHAP regulations along with the specific requirements of the client. Global provides all personnel, equipment, and materials necessary to complete the inspection in an expedient and economic fashion.
Hazardous Material Inspections:
Global completes a hazardous materials survey that will identify the type, location, and quantity of hazardous materials, including mechanical and electrical systems containing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB), potentially hazardous or regulated materials/waste, and potential mercury containing equipment present within the building or on the exterior of the buildings. Examples include light ballasts, transformers and mercury light bulbs and switches, batteries, oil water separator basins, heating oil tanks, drums etc. Global identifies these materials as hazardous and includes recommendations for the disposal as appropriate. Global adheres to federal universal waste regulations as set forth in 40 CFR part 273.
Global maintains current project records including but not limited to: field logbooks, photographs, sample log sheets/documentation, safety records, and project documents and revisions. All records will be provided to the client upon request.