- Government licensed asbestos removal
- Perth and Fremantle area
- Professional, thorough and reliable service
- One of the most experienced asbestos removalists in WA
Asbestos removalists must be licensed.
In Western Australia in order for someone to provide an asbestos removal service they must hold a current asbestos removalist licence.
Azclear holds Western Australian Restricted Asbestos (WARA) Licence No. 374.
A restricted asbestos removal Licence allows people to remove amounts exceeding 10 square metres of bonded (non-friable) asbestos.
Licensed asbestos removalists have had specialist training to ensure the removal of asbestos is safe and professional.
In addition to holding a WARA licence Scott has undertaken the following training:
- Licence to Perform High Risk Work: Licence No. WL 2273507 / Class HM WP issued by Worksafe WA
- Construction Induction: Card No. 531271 issued by Worksafe WA
- Contractor Induction Card: Contractor ID. 05411 issued by Water Corporation
- Statement of Attainment, RIIOHS204A Working Safely at Heights: RTO # 0864 Certificate No. 13923 issued by Equip-Safe
- Certification, Confined Space Entry-Access issued by Saferight
- RIIOHS202A Enter and Work in Confined Spaces
- MSAPMAPER205C Enter Confined Spaces
- MSAPMAPER200C Work in Accordance with an Issued Permit
- Certification, Safe Method of Demolition Work issued by the Construction Skills Training Centre
- Certification, AC Sheet Removal (NOHSC (AS 2601-2001, 3.3.2) issued by the Construction Skills Training Centre
Scott is one of the most knowledgeable asbestos removalists in Western Australia with over 25 years’ experience removing both friable and bonded asbestos.
Exposure to asbestos generally occurs when people are unaware of the hazards of working with asbestos and do not take appropriate precautions.
Removing, breaking, cleaning, cutting, drilling, filing, grinding, sanding or smashing materials that contain asbestos can release very fine and dangerous asbestos fibres into the air, which can be easily inhaled and lead to potentially deadly health issues later in life.
The use of high pressure water blasters to clean the material prior to painting can also release large numbers of fibres.