Environmental Health Solutions Pty Ltd

Site

Environmental Health Solutions Pty Ltd

Accreditation No.

16765

Site No.

18115

Date of Accreditation

28 Oct 2009

Address

26-28 Rutland Street
Newtown, VIC 3220
Australia

ehsolutions.com.au

Contact

Mr Paul Ludowyk P: +61 (03) 52280999

Availability

Services available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Environment

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Counting of asbestos, mineral fibres (including synthetic) and organic fibres Air Volume measurement Sampling flow rate and duration measurement

National Occupational Health and Safety Commission Guidance Note on the Membrane Filter Method for Estimating Airborne Asbestos Fibres NOHSC:3003 and in-house method OH0400PR- EHS Test method No.3

Membrane filters Respirable asbestos fibres Phase contrast microscopy

National Occupational Health and Safety Commission Guidance Note on the Membrane Filter Method for Estimating Airborne Asbestos Fibres NOHSC:3003 and in-house method OHO300PR-EHS Test method No.2

Synthetic mineral fibres (SMF) Phase contrast microscopy

National Occupational Health and Safety Commission Guidance Note on the Membrane Filter Method for Estimating Airborne Synthetic Mineral Fibres NOHSC:3006 and in-house method OHO300PR-EHS Test method No. 2

Identification of asbestos, mineral fibres (including synthetic) and organic fibres Bulk samples Amosite; Chrysotile; Crocidolite; Organic fibres; Synthetic mineral fibres (SMF) Polarised light microscopy (including dispersion staining)

AS 4964 and in-house method OHO200PR EHS Test method No.1

Non-homogenous materials (soils, dust, ores) Amosite; Chrysotile; Crocidolite; Organic fibres; Synthetic mineral fibres (SMF) Polarised light microscopy (including dispersion staining)

AS 4964 and in-house method OHO200PR-EHS Test method No.1

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