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"Asbestos Watch Endorsed Contractors for a secure asbestos emergency repair in Gelong"

Urgent repair is a procedure or a way of handling the fiber substance in an urgent situation. The broken or damaged ACM is best dealt with by an expert. For that reason, if the fibrous material in your place or workplace is damaged or disturbed, hire a professional to help you take care the material.

If you are in the necessity of urgent repair procedure, here is some information for you to take care the situation.

Here is the First Aid for your emergency repair Brisbane if you experience a damage after a storm in Brisbane region.

A storm damage, particularly when it affects an ACM within the scene, requires a fast response to urgent repair.

What should be done when the situation occurs?

1. Stop work

When a storm strikes, keep in mind to cease all kinds of activities within the area as the storm may release some fibers into the atmosphere.

2. Restrict the access to the area

Make a restriction to the suspected contaminated area can be done by locking every entry door and put warning signs in vital areas to prevent anyone accessing the premises and risking themselves exposed by the fiber exposures. Do not forget to turn off any air handling system to prevent a wider area of exposure.

3. Notify the site authorities.

Never try to disturb anything on the wrecked site. Contact the authorities, for example, the facilities management or the security staff and notify the situation as soon as possible.

4. Let the information of the incident flows

Notify all the resident or people in the surrounding environment about the situation. Those who are responsible for the maintenance, especially concerning fiber material, should be the priority of the information flow. The more people know about the incident, more people will be able to prevent the others from entering the damaged site and risking their lives from being exposed of the fibrous material. Nevertheless, the maintenance handler will have the responsibility to do the next step.

5. Inform the ACM consultant

This step is needed to get a risk assessment and the right management plan as soon as possible.

6. Site visits

The consultant will then come to the contaminated zone to check on the suspected material. Sample-collecting can also be conducted if necessary. When the sample taken has a positive result, notify the management coordinator and continue to the next step (point 7). If the sample result is negative, inform the management coordinator, and continue to point 9.

7. Contact a licensed removal contractor for cleanup process

The coordinator of ACM management takes in a licensed contractor to do the cleanup. This process is conducted in accompany with the consultant.

8. Air monitoring

This process is done within the contaminated area to make sure that the level of the dust is still acceptable based on the exposure level. A physical inspection is also conducted after the removal process, to confirm that the removal has reached a standard procedure.

The step is taken to guarantee the safety of unprotected workers who enter the site. When completed, the consultant releases a document of clearance.

9. Evaluation

All staff who handle the decontamination process arrange a meeting to evaluate the asbestos management plan.

10. Update the asbestos register

Any changes over the ACM in the area should be put into the register.