NATA Accredited Laboratory

Our laboratory offers a 24 hour turnaround asbestos analysis service for bulk soil samples, building materials, mechanical or electrical components and asbestos fibre counting.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is asbestos?

What is a hazardous material?

What is lead paint?

What is synthetic mineral fibre?

What are polychlorinated biphenyls?

What are chlorofluorocarbons?

What is my obligation as an employer/occupier to identify hazardous materials in the workplace?

What is a Clearance Inspection?

What is Occupational Hygiene?

When should I engage an Occupational Hygienist?

Employers, or person/s in control of a workplace have a legal duty of care to provide a safe working environment for all employees, contractors and visitors. That means employers must take reasonable care to identify actual and potential hazards in the workplace, and eliminate or control any risks posed by those hazards.

An Occupational Hygienist can help you understand your legal duties and obligations and how these translate to safe working systems for your workplace. In other words, an Occupational Hygienist can advise you on the following aspects of workplace health and safety:

  • ergonomics, the way work is organised and the layout of tools and equipment;
  • controlling risks concerning chemicals and biological factors;
  • the safe storage and handling of Dangerous Goods and Hazardous Substances; and
  • the safety aspects of plant and equipment.


What is an OHSMS?

What is an environmental site assessment?

When do I need an environmental site assessment?

What is an environmental audit assessment?

What is a soil waste classification assessment?

What is an underground petroleum storage system (UPSS)?

What UPSS management is required?

What is an Environment Protection Plan?

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