All of our field staff have been provided and thoroughly trained on the proper use of all personal protective equipment (PPE) required to complete your remediation project safely. We strictly adhere to WorkSafeBC guidelines and requirements to maintain a safe workplace at all times.
Before we arrive on-site to start working on your abatement, a qualified team member will have assessed the risk and coordinated an order for all of the materials and equipment required to set up our containments.
Low to moderate-risk jobs may need the area taped off with warning signs, while large or high-risk jobs may require airtight containment of the entire area, essentially shrink-wrapping your entire home (you'll want to take some pictures to remember the moment).
Whenever we're working with asbestos, a decontamination station is required. Our team members and all of the tools and equipment they use are safely decontaminated before leaving the work area. Containments are typically made with a six-mil plastic sheeting, and for the high-risk projects, we will install a three-stage shower unit with a cleanroom on one side for staging and a dirty room leading into the contaminated work zone. Third-party air monitoring is performed in the cleanroom every day to prevent asbestos fibres from escaping the containment.