What Happens at an Asbestos Inspection?
During an asbestos survey, which includes inspection, sampling, and laboratory analysis of all floors or other non-residential areas where asbestos may be present, there is usually an evaluation of the place, which may include a description of the conditions there, a visual inspection, and reporting on any conditions or abnormalities that are found.
A description of the condition of the place will be reported on the asbestos survey report.
Samples from each of the rooms that were surveyed are sent to a laboratory for analysis and lab testing. The laboratory analysis will help determine if there is any asbestos present in the sample.
Laboratory testing is done with both the original specimen and another sample to compare the two. This testing and reporting should be followed in accordance with the findings from the laboratory analysis.
Another question that is often asked during an asbestos inspection is what to expect during a visual inspection of each room in the building. A visual inspection also called a visual inspection report, is the description of the floor, walls, ceilings, or other features that are observed.
This report is made by the property owner at the conclusion of the inspection to ensure that the examination was successful and that the condition of the building is safe for occupancy.
Each room in the building is examined separately during a visual inspection to assess whether there is asbestos present. The materials that are removed from the room are documented, and then, when all rooms are examined, a summary is made of what was found.
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