Hazardous Materials Survey

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Hazardous Materials Survey

Getex - Your Trusted Partner in Hazardous Materials Survey

Getex, established in 2005, has become synonymous with excellence in the Occupational Hygiene and Environmental Industry. Holding NATA accreditation for Asbestos/Hazardous Materials Inspections and Surveys (ISO 17020), along with third-party accreditations for Quality Management System (ISO 9001) and WHS Management System (ISO 45001), Getex ensures the highest standard of work. This allows us to confidently survey, identify, and report hazardous materials alongside your asbestos register, creating a comprehensive Hazardous Building Materials Register for your premises.

Getex is a leading consulting and testing company specialising in Work Health & Safety and Environmental fields. Our dedicated team, composed of highly experienced and qualified professionals, has been actively shaping the industry for decades. As a reliable partner, Getex commits to delivering top-tier service and technical advice based on three core principles: integrity, flexibility, and quality.

Comprehensive Hazardous Materials Survey by Getex

At Getex, we recognise the paramount importance of identifying hazardous materials to ensure the safety of environments. Our Hazardous Materials Survey is a comprehensive undertaking extending beyond asbestos, encompassing lead-based paint. Utilising state-of-the-art technology, our expert team conducts meticulous surveys, providing in-depth reports that meticulously outline the location, quantity, and types of hazardous materials detected.

In addition to asbestos, our survey meticulously covers lead-based paint, lead in dust, synthetic mineral fibres (SMF), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and ozone-depleting substances (ODS). Our commitment to compliance with state and national legislation is unwavering, emphasising the responsibility placed on building owners, property managers, and occupiers to appropriately manage and dispose of these materials. With Getex, you can trust in a thorough and all-encompassing Hazardous Materials Survey, ensuring regulatory compliance and the utmost safety and well-being of your premises.

Hazardous Materials Survey
Hazardous Materials Survey

Benefits of Choosing Getex for Hazardous Materials Survey

Choosing Getex for your Hazardous Materials Survey comes with several distinctive advantages. Our ISO/IEC 17020 NATA Accreditation for hazardous material surveys, management plans, and clearance inspections ensures surveys are conducted with the highest quality and compliance standards.

Expertise and Commitment: Our team comprises highly experienced and qualified professionals committed to providing the best quality service and technical advice. Upheld by core principles of integrity, flexibility, and quality, our expertise guarantees accurate and comprehensive surveys.

Regulatory Compliance and Professional Service: Opting for Getex guarantees regulatory compliance and the highest level of professional service. Our detailed reports and recommendations for the safe removal and disposal of hazardous materials demonstrate our commitment to ensuring the safety of your premises.

With Getex, your Hazardous Materials Survey isn't just a service; it's a promise of excellence, reliability, and the highest standards in the field.

Getex is not just a service provider; we are your dedicated partner in ensuring a safe and compliant environment through our Hazardous Materials Survey services. Choose Getex for unparalleled expertise, regulatory compliance, and professional service in hazardous materials management.

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Getex is a specialist Environmental / Occupational Hygienist consulting and testing company. Owned and operated by highly experienced and qualified professionals who have been actively working in this industry for most of their working lives. The Getex team is committed to providing the best quality service and technical advice available underpinned by three core principles: integrity, flexibility and quality.

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