EnviroMail™ 107 – Respirable Asbestos Monitoring and Assessment
The key risk to human health arising from Asbestos exposure is when free fibres are suspended in air and inhaled into the lungs. Breathing asbestos fibres can cause a range of diseases, including pleural plaques, mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis.
ALS Environmental Newcastle is now NATA accredited for Asbestos Fibre Counts by the NOHSC Membrane Filter Method (MFM).
What else is in this article?
- Assessing Exposure
- Method Information
- Regulatory Requirements
- Asbestos In Air Monitoring
- Distinguishing Between Respirable Fibres And Asbestos