When it comes to asbestos inspection and testing, accreditation really does matter
In support of National Asbestos Awareness Week, NATA has put the spotlight on the importance of asbestos identification, inspection, testing, removal and disposal.
Central to this is our featured webinar – The Science of Asbestos Safety: Why Accreditation Matters
The webinar – featuring industry professionals – seeks to educate the wider community about how accredited inspection and testing helps appropriately and legally deal with asbestos in the home, at work and at our international borders.
View our webinar below and we will continue to add key asbestos resources to this page.
Neil has more than 25 years’ experience in the laboratory accreditation space and is responsible for ensuring the technical integrity of accreditation activities as National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA’s) Sector Manager for Life Sciences.
Julia is the Director of Research, Data and Policy at the Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency (ASEA). Julia has more than 20 years of experience in work health and safety policy and regulation. Julia’s current role includes conducting asbestos-related research and helping governments implement the Asbestos National Strategic Plan.
Richard is Senior Associate Consultant Hazmat & Occupational Hygiene for Tetra Tech Coffey and sits on the Asbestos and Hazardous Materials Consultants Association executive committee.
He is also a NATA volunteer Technical Assessor for Chemical Testing and sits on the NATA Accreditation Advisory Committee for Asbestos & Occupational Hygiene.