Environment Asbestos Air Monitoring
Asbestos air monitoring from SGS – identify airborne asbestos to minimise risks and comply with regulations.
The potential release of asbestos dust in a building – whether because of weather damage or careless work practices – is a major safety concern. Asbestos air monitoring allows you to quickly detect airborne asbestos, so you can promptly take action to remove it. This minimises risks to workers and those nearby and ensures that your workplace complies with regulations.
Why Choose Asbestos Air Monitoring From SGS?
By reducing the risk of asbestos exposure, asbestos air monitoring provides you and your workforce with peace of mind.
We provide rapid response air testing with on-site analysis by Phase Contract Microscopy (PCM).
Airborne fibre sampling is available in the following areas:
- Four-stage clearance monitoring
- Reassurance monitoring and inspection
- Background monitoring
- Personal exposure monitoring
- Leak (enclosure integrity check) monitoring
We check for leaks from working enclosures during asbestos removal work, so you can ensure that people living or working nearby are not at risk from working practices in operation.
Once airborne monitoring is completed successfully, and any problems are rectified, we will issue you a certificate of reoccupation. This will confirm that you have complied with regulations and assure your workforce that your premises are safe.
Unmatched Experience in Reducing Asbestos Risk
We have a proven track record in asbestos management, and we are fully accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) to offer asbestos air monitoring services in accordance with the requirements of ISO 17025. Our trained P403 and P404 asbestos site analysts have the skills and expertise to ensure that your site is safe and in compliance with regulations. We are available throughout the United Kingdom 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for full project management as well as individual tests.
Contact us today to learn more about asbestos air monitoring.