Asbestos Testing QLD Company Safe Air Environmental Services Expands Services

SAES is a well-respected consulting service which incorporates impartial health and safety compliance measures. These services include testing for the presence of asbestos in Brisbane and the surrounding areas.

Everton Park QLD QLD, Australia - September 17, 2019 / / —

SAES – Safe Air Environmental Service and Doug Boswell are pleased to announce that they offer specialised consultations in Occupational Health & Safety and Environmental monitoring solutions. While not only retaining industry standards and providing excellent customer service, the asbestos testing QLD technicians also offer a great price. Safe Air Environmental Services (SAES PTY LTD) is a specialist consulting company incorporating impartial health and safety compliance services, including asbestos testing in Brisbane and surrounding regions.

Safe Air Environmental Services (SAES) offers a team of dedicated consultants to minimise the risks of asbestos in workplaces or homes. As a leader in environmental safety, the group of consultants works with customers to promote workplace health and safety and ensure a safe workplace or home environment. Asbestos management is a crucial concern for many Queensland workplaces, and SAES is here to help manage any asbestos-related risks. The dynamic SAES team is committed to providing customers with the best quality service and technical advice available. SAES understands the customers' requirements and the issues that mean the most.

Further details are available at http://safeaires.com.au

A discussion with a company spokesperson emphasised, "We offer an end-to-end asbestos service from identification to safe removal and training, our team can effectively integrate with your business to provide a host of suitable solutions when your workplace is exposed to the dangers of asbestos. As leading environmental safety consultants in Queensland, we often work with clients who are all too aware of the risks of asbestos, to both their employees and to the business."

"Our services" he continued, "span from early detection and identification of asbestos-related risks, right through to troubleshooting and eliminating risks and potential risks. We also maintain a watchful eye over ongoing risks with regular measurement and monitoring of asbestos sites.

Our consultants and technicians provide a range of services to help organisations identify, eliminate, reduce and manage asbestos-related risks, including asbestos inspections and sampling, compliance surveys, pre-demolition surveys, management plans, air monitoring, superintending asbestos removals and NATA laboratory services, including asbestos identification and fibre monitoring."

Further details are available at http://safeaires.com.au

Contact Info:
Name: Doug Boswell
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Organization: SAES – Safe Air Environmental Services
Address: Pullen Road, Everton Park 4053 QLD
Phone: 07 3102 4093
Website: http://safeaires.com.au/

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