[INFOGRAPHIC] Diseases Linked to Asbestos Exposure

By |June 16th, 2015|

If you’re still hesitating in getting that asbestos inspection or even letting some professionals handle it, you might want to […]

How a HazMat Inspection Can Save Your Company Money

By |June 16th, 2015|

A lot of business owners have lost precious money due to delays and issues caused by the presence hazardous materials in the work place. Such expense could have been avoided if a proper, government regulated HazMat inspection was done in the site prior to any performing business, repairs, and remodeling in the building.

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Why It Takes Years for Asbestos Disease to Develop

By |June 9th, 2015|

Because of the massive use of Asbestos post WWII, a lot of people have suffered serious diseases that also took the lives of so many honest, hard-working people. Families witness the slow deterioration of their beloved family member as years of asbestos absorption take its toll on what otherwise could have been a healthy person.

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Factors that Increase the Risk of Contracting Asbestos Disease

By |May 28th, 2015|

Asbestos disease is a serious life-threatening condition. Australia’s past love affair with asbestos has taken its toll, with the increasing number of asbestos-related diseases showing up and expected to peak within the coming years. […]

Does the Property You’re Eyeing Put You at Risk for Asbestos Exposure?

By |May 19th, 2015|

You have your sights set on this beautiful property, and everything looks so perfect. However, with the threat of asbestos still present and the rate of asbestos-related diseases expected to peak from 2015 onwards, one should be very careful in buying a property. Here are some ways to help you get to know if the property you are favouring has asbestos.
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5 Tips on How to Identify Asbestos

By |May 13th, 2015|

Are you aware of any signs of asbestos around your homes? Here are some of the factors that needs to be considered

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The Risks of DIY Asbestos Removal

By |April 30th, 2015|

Dealing with asbestos is a difficult and dangerous job. There may be instructions online on how to do it by yourself but the risks don’t really make it worth it. Once you disturb and come in contact with some of its fibres by handling it carelessly, then your health might be affected negatively. DIY asbestos removal in Melbourne is not recommended and should only be dealt with by professional and here’s how.

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Where to Look For Asbestos

By |February 16th, 2015|

Buildings and houses made post World War II up to 1980’s were made using building materials containing asbestos, but it […]

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