Bureau Veritas is one of the nation’s leading providers of asbestos and lead management services. Our consulting staff consists of professional engineers, architects, and more than 100 AHERA-accredited inspectors, management planners, project designers, and contract supervisors. Many are trained microscopists who can perform immediate fiber analysis onsite. Bureau Veritas’ senior consultants are also experienced in budgeting and managing multi-million dollar construction and renovation projects.
Our Services Include:● Inspections and bulk sampling
● Compliance Assistance
● O&M plan development & implementation
● Employee/contractor awareness training
● Abatement design and project oversight
● Bulk & air sample analysis (Laboratory & on-site)
Every client’s needs are unique due to the varying industries, types of facilities, client specializations, and regulatory requirements which Bureau Veritas encounters. Our approach for addressing all of these issues and providing a client-specific implementation can be briefly described as follows:
• Evaluation of occupational hazards
Why Choose Bureau Veritas?
Bureau Veritas is a global company specializing in the fields of Quality Assurance, Health, Safety, and Environmental (QHSE) services. With over 2,400 QHSE professionals in over 60 offices across North America, Bureau Veritas develops solutions that contribute to risk prevention and performance improvement to help organizations create long-term value through our technical and regulatory expertise. Bureau Veritas is present in 140 countries through a network of 900 offices and laboratories. It has more than 40,000 employees and a client base of more than 300,000.
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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
What buildings are affected by asbestos?
Potentially all buildings, no matter what type of business is carried out in them. Areas often affected include the common areas of residential rented properties, such as halls, stair wells, lift shafts and roof spaces.
What are the health effects of asbestos exposure?
Exposure to asbestos may result in a potential health risk because persons breathing the air may breathe in asbestos fibers. Continued exposure can increase the amount of fibers that remain in the lung. Asbestos workers have increased chances of getting two principal types of cancer: cancer of the lung tissue itself and mesothelioma, a cancer of the thin membrane that surrounds the lung and other internal organs.
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