Safe Environments Pty Limited

Site

Asbestos, Hazardous Materials, Slip Resistance, Occupational Hygiene & Access Consulting Inspectorate

Accreditation No.

17139

Site No.

18735

Date of Accreditation

12 Feb 2010

Address

Unit 4 / 40 Bessemer St
Blacktown, NSW 2148
Australia

safeenvironments.com.au

Contact

Mr Carl Strautins P: +61 (02) 96213706

Availability

Type A Inspection Body

Scope of Accreditation

ISO/IEC 17020 (2012)

Environment

Service Product Determinant Procedure Limitations
Assessment of occupational hazards AS/NZS 1715 Selection, use and maintenance of respiratory protective equipment.
Covering the Inspection activities from the Sydney and Melbourne offices


Biological hazards; Chemical hazards; Fumes, gases and vapours; Inhalable and respirable fibres; Occupational noise and vibration exposures Evaluation of existing controls; Hazard identification; Location assessment; Management plans; Materials assessment; Re-inspection; Registers; Reports; Risk assessment; Site inspection; Specific-issue inspection; Survey; Workplace characterisation AIOH Simplified Occupational Risk Management Strategies; 
AIOH Simplified Monitoring Strategies, 
AIOH Occupational Hygiene Monitoring and Compliance Strategies; 
AIHA Exposure Assessment Strategies,
NIOSH and Australian Standards for workplace exposures, 
Workplace exposure standards for Airborne Contaminants, considering client-driven risk matrices and using in-house documents,
EN 689
Covering the Inspection activities from the Sydney and Melbourne offices
Potentially contaminated sites - Clearance inspection Asbestos dust; Asbestos materials; Buildings; Industrial plant; Marine vessels and offshore structures; Structures and adjoining land Assessment of clearance practices; Clearance inspection; Clearance to occupy; Reports

Code of practice How to safely remove Asbestos limited to Section 3.10, 3.11, 5.2 and Appendix C, 

Code of Practice for the Safe Removal of Asbestos [NOHSC: 2002 (2005)] limited to Part 11 and in-house methods

And similar procedures

Covering the Inspection activities from the Sydney and Melbourne offices
Potentially contaminated sites - Sample collection Asbestos dust; Asbestos materials; Buildings; Industrial plant; Lead dust; Lead in paint; Marine vessels and offshore structures; Soils; Structures and adjoining land; Surfaces Not applicable

AS 4361.1 Appendix A and G and AS 4361.2 Appendix B and C;

Guidelines for the assessment, remediation and management of asbestos-contaminated sites in WA (May 2009);

And similar procedures
Covering the Inspection activities from the Sydney and Melbourne offices
Potentially contaminated sites - Survey inspection Asbestos dust; Asbestos materials; Buildings; Industrial plant; Lead dust; Lead in paint; Marine vessels and offshore structures; Ozone depleting substances; Polychlorinated biphenyls; Soils; Structures and adjoining land; Synthetic mineral fibres Data presentation; Location assessment; Management plans; Materials assessment; Periodic inspection; Pre-demolition surveys; Re-inspection; Registers; Reports; Risk assessment; Site inspection; Standard bulk sampling survey; Survey; Visual survey

Code of Practice How to manage and Control Asbestos in the Workplace

Code of Practice for Management and Control of Asbestos in Workplaces, [NOHSC: 2018 (2005)], 

UK Health & Safety Executive HSG 264 Asbestos: The Survey Guide, Appendix 4 Materials Assessment Algorithm, 

UK Health & Safety Executive HSG 227: A Comprehensive guide to Managing Asbestos in premises Appendix 3 Priority Assessment Algorithm and in-house documents,

Guidelines for the assessment, remediation and management of asbestos-contaminated sites in WA (May 2009),

And similar procedures,
AS 4361.2 Appendix B and C,
National Standard for Synthetic Mineral Fibres [NOHSC: 1004 (1990)],
ANZECC Identification of PCB-containing capacitors and Inventory of Trade Names of Chemical Products Containing Ozone Depleting Substances and their Alternatives (UNEP DTIE)
Covering the Inspection activities from the Sydney and Melbourne offices

ISO/IEC 17020 (2012)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Service Product Determinant Procedure Limitations
Evaluation of elements supporting access and mobility requirements Other visual indicators; Tactile ground surface indicators (TGSI); Visual indicators on doorways, floors, ramps and stairs; Visual indicators on glazing Luminance; Luminance contrast; Luminous reflectance

Codes AS 1428.1, AS/NZS 1428.4.1,

National Construction Code,
Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport and Disability (Access to Premises – buildings) Standards,
And similar procedures
Covering the Inspection activities from the Sydney and Melbourne offices
Evaluation of pedestrian surfaces Carpets and mats; Pedestrian surfaces; Stairways Design verification HB 197, HB 198, National Construction Code and similar procedures Assessment of pedestrian surface plans and specifications for compliance
Covering the Inspection activities from the Sydney and Melbourne offices
In-situ inspection; Installation inspection; Lighting assessment; Location assessment; Management plans; Materials assessment; Periodic inspection; Registers; Reports; Risk assessment; Site inspection HB 197, HB 198, National Construction Code and similar procedures Assessment of new and used pedestrian surfaces including stairways for slip, trip and fall hazards
Covering the Inspection activities from the Sydney and Melbourne offices

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