Bureau Veritas Asset Integrity and Reliability Services - Bureau Veritas HSE Pty Ltd

Site

Bureau Veritas HSE

Accreditation No.

19586

Site No.

22639

Date of Accreditation

Address

Unit 3, 435 Williamstown Road
Port Melbourne, VIC 3207
Australia

bureauveritas.com.au

Contact

Mr Trent Elms P: +61 (03) 99220860

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Withdrawn

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Environment

Withdrawn
Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Analysis for asbestos, mineral fibres (including synthetic) and organic fibres Air Sample volume Sampling flow rate and duration measurement NOHSC: 3003 (2005) and supplementary work instruction in-house method LAB03 and NOHSC: 3006 (1989) and supplementary work instruction in-house method P-5000-LAB-002
Bulk samples Amosite; Chrysotile; Crocidolite; Organic fibres; Synthetic mineral fibres (SMF) Polarised light microscopy (including dispersion staining)

AS 4964 and supplementary work instruction in-house method P-5000-LAB-003

Filters Synthetic mineral fibres (SMF) Phase contrast microscopy

NOHSC:3006 (1989) and supplementary work instruction in-house method P-5000-LAB-002

Respirable asbestos fibres Phase contrast microscopy

NOHSC:3003 (2005) and supplementary work instruction in-house method P-5000-LAB-002

Soils Amosite; Chrysotile; Crocidolite; Organic fibres; Synthetic mineral fibres (SMF) Polarised light microscopy (including dispersion staining)

AS4964 and supplementary work instruction in-house method P-5000-LAB-003

Analysis of dust Air Sample volume Sampling flow rate and duration measurement

AS 3640 and in-house method P-5000-LAB-004

Sample volume Sampling flow rate and duration measurement

AS 2985 and in-house method P-5000-LAB-004

Dust Dust - Inhalable Gravimetric AS 3640 and in-house  method P-5000-LAB-004
Dust - Respirable Gravimetric AS 2985 and in-house  method P-5000-LAB-004

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