Thursday 30th of July 3.30 EST (1.30 Perth  and 5.30 NZ time)

This webinar will provide information on the assessment and management of asbestos contaminated land.  The first part of the webinar will discuss how an asbestos removal control plan and clearance inspection/certificate can include the remediation of asbestos contaminated soils identified during the removal of existing buildings and infrastructure.  The second part of the webinar will outline the current National Environment Protection (Assessment of Site Contamination) Measure and the Guidelines for the Assessment, Remediation and Management of Asbestos-Contaminated Sites in Western Australia for land found to be contaminated with asbestos such as from legacy waste fill, surface dumping and debris/fragments found in soil.  The final part of the webinar will include a Q&A session regarding questions and issues arising from the assessment and management of contaminated land.

Presented by Pierina Otness | Senior Toxicologist

Chemical Hazards and Toxicology | Environmental Health Directorate
Public and Aboriginal Health Division | Department of Health Western Australia



Webinar is free for members and $20 for non-members.

If you are a FAMANZ member please login your account before registering for the webinar. – Click here

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FAMANZ will work in conjunction with allied industry societies, regulators, government, and the community in Australia and New Zealand to raise the professional and ethical standards of professionals providing services to the asbestos management industry.

Our vision is to:

Minimise exposures to airborne respirable asbestos fibres for workers and the general public in Australia and New Zealand.

Pursue excellence for all those who practise in the asbestos assessment, management, and abatement professions;

Establish, develop and maintain standards of competence in asbestos assessment, management, and abatement for those who are members of FAMANZ

Act as the guardian of professional standards and ethics in the profession of asbestos assessment, management, and abatement.

Who is FAMANZ for?

occupational hygienists, asbestos removal contractors, environmental consultants, asbestos assessors / surveyors, property managers, demolition contractors, recycling industry operators, disposal contractors, suppliers, and allied industries.

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Making a difference across every sector of the asbestos management cycle our sponsorship will help ensure our industry is the safest in the world.

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