Let us take care of all your remediation project management needs. We can oversee the cleanup of polluted properties, coordinate the work of cleaning up soil, groundwater, air, or solid waste pollution to create a usable property or site for the community.
When you choose Micro Air Consulting, LLC a team of trained professionals will inspect your building or home for any potential asbestos containing material and take a sample to be analyzed. Our inspectors know where to look and what to look for to make sure that we locate every place where there is asbestos. Taking samples yourself is not recommended since you could contaminate the sample or cause a fiber release into the air if done improperly.
Our company can provide all of your lead-based paint risk assessment needs! We know what to look for, where to look and how to properly take accurate samples. We use a combination of specialized equipment and lab samples to make sure that we know for sure if your building or home contains lead based paint and if it is a problem. During our inspection process we are extremely careful not to cross contaminate our samples by using separate labeled containers and washing out hands between every sample so our report is as accurate as possible.
What are you breathing and is it safe, with all of the potential contaminates out there today wouldn’t it be nice to know whats in your air? We can check your air and provide you with a detailed report, explain to you what it means, and how safe you are.
What is that, is it hazardous and how do I get rid of it are all questions we address in our mold and bacteria inspections!
The Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States today. If you smoke and your home has high radon levels, you’re at high risk for developing lung cancer. This radioactive gas has no smell or taste and you cannot see it so the only way to find out if you are being exposed is to test your home or business
When must an employer conduct an exposure assessment? When you expose your employees to a respiratory hazard and/or require them to wear respirators. Examples of when you should consider assessments may include but are not limited to: When OSHA has a substance specific standard (e.g., lead, methylene chloride). When employees notice symptoms (e.g., irritation, odor) or complain of respiratory health effects. When the workplace contains visible emissions (e.g., fumes, dust, aerosols). <source: https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/respiratory/change_schedule_exposure.html>
Micro Air offers onsite training programs for asbestos awareness training and OSHA’s new hazard communication safety data sheets program contact us today for more information!
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