At Airsafe, we mainly work in New South Wales. However, we do like to keep an eye on what's going on with asbestos in other states.
Asbestos is in the news again, with a union raising concerns about asbestos safety around the rollout of the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Complex issues with the management of asbestos stand in the way of an easy solution to Australia's asbestos problems.
The most important ingredient in the success of Airsafe is the quality of our asbestos consultants. So what is it that makes our consultants special?
Asbestos-contaminated soil presents complex problems that can be expensive to solve. That’s why it’s especially important to get expert help.
Many fire doors in apartment and office buildings contain asbestos, which can be released into the air if the door is damaged.
Following in the footsteps of the Tasmanian Government, the New South Wales Government has announced a new plan to reduce asbestos-related disease.
Airsafe applauds government efforts to rid Australia of asbestos-related disease, but we'd also urge governments to address the asbestos skills shortage.
Airsafe welcomes the establishment of a national Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency to work towards the elimination of asbestos-related disease.