IANZ is an inspection body who regularly perform audits of our internal process and systems to ensure they are of the highest level of quality. Every year a selection of our Consultants are assessed by an IANZ Industry Expert to ensure they are working to the highest standards. Our internal Quality Systems are reviewed annually also to ensure that results are accurate and our processes are being followed.
This is a process that ensures confidence in the quality of our onsite work, our reports and our internal systems.
Chemsafety carries out comprehensive surveys or audits of buildings searching for asbestos products.
Chemsafety has its own in-house IANZ Accredited laboratory. This allows us to ensure the quality of our analysis is as high as the consultancy services we provide. With fully trained analysts for both bulk asbestos analysis and fibre identification we can analyse materials that may contain asbestos.
Management surveys are also useful for preparing for any planned future works. They provide a general overview of suspicious materials that might be on site particularly at the surface level. They generally do not involve a destructive investigation into the structure of a building.
A Demolition Survey involves inspecting all the accessible areas of the house and other buildings on the property. This survey is required when a building or structure is to undergo demolition. It involves a destructive investigation into all parts of a building or structure to locate and identify all potential ACM’s so far as is reasonably practicable so that prior to demolition, ACM’s can be removed safely.
Due to their destructive nature, demolition surveys are generally the most complex of the three survey types and require strict health and safety measures. We require them to be carried out in unoccupied buildings where power has been disconnected as the survey may involve exposing parts of the building structure.
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