A Resource Guide To Asbestos And Mold Removal
As professionals, it’s essential for us to keep updated on the latest asbestos and mold removal trends and find fresh sources of creative inspiration while staying connected to other professionals.
To stay current, we use a variety of online and offline sources to provide the latest in asbestos and mold removal to our clients, and strengthen our business and relationships. These tools allow us to provide exceptional service to all our clients, ensuring they receive the most up-to-date solutions.
If you’re looking for the latest information about hazardous substance removal, we’re going to share some of our most valuable resources for all things related to asbestos and mold removal.
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) defines hazardous materials and the allowable occupational limits for all kinds of materials and chemicals. In addition they layout the rules for the responsibilities of all parties involved in the work. This protects the workers and clients.
The Alberta Asbestos Abatement Manual is a best practices guide that describes procedures for the safe removal or abatement of asbestos-containing materials. All asbestos removal companies in Alberta follow these rules.
The CCA Mold Guidelines for the Canadian Construction Industry are intended to provide guidance regarding proper due diligence methods and techniques with respect to the presence of mold. It provides useful information and step-by-step instructions in the following areas:
a. Insurance considerations
b. Minimizing of moisture intrusion;
c. Proper building maintenance and operation
d. Mold assessment
e. Mold remediation protocols
f. Proper disposal of moldy materials
g. Guidelines for selecting mold remediation contractors
Third party Environmental Consultants
These guys do all the inspections and monitoring required for asbestos removal. They ensure that the abatement guidelines are implemented and followed.
AP Solutions and Resources, Cascade Environmental Consulting Ltd., ESP HiTech Inc., and RH Services are the four of the consultants that we work with the most. There are many others who do this, to find them all you need to do is Google asbestos testing Edmonton.
These are places where we can take samples to be tested for mold or asbestos. We generally use Aspen IAQ Laboratories Ltd and ENVIRO-WORKS INC.
This is a test to ensure that our HEPA filtered equipment (air movers and vacuums) are doing their job effectively. They are normally performed at the work location before any removal of hazardous materials begins. We normally use Abatement Technologies and GN Supplies for this service.
Dr. Jackson Kung’u is a microbiologist who has specialized in the field of mycology (the study of molds and yeasts). If we have questions about mold, he is the man we ask.
The IICRC, or the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification, is the non-profit certifying body for the cleaning and restoration industry. This is where our project managers get certified as Applied Microbial Remediation Technicians (AMRT).
The Alberta Construction Safety Association is the association that issues the Certificate of Recognition for Safety in Alberta. Our company has been audited and certified from 2009 to 2020. They also provide ALOT of documentation and training in many different aspects of safety performance and implementation.
For more information on asbestos and mold infections, you can reach out to us at Advanced Remediation Solutions. We are asbestos and mold removal experts in Edmonton, AB. We specialize in hazardous material removal and are proud of our close professional liaisons with homeowners, landlords, businesses, property management companies and strata corporations throughout Alberta. We have the expertise, experience, and equipment to assess and remediate not only the major contaminants of mold and asbestos, but also PCBs, animal feces, mercury, and other hazardous materials. To learn more, please visit our website or contact us.