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Asbestos Removal: Keeping Tenants and Employees Safe

Posted by CVE Corp. on Sep 25, 2018 12:04:00 PM

Asbestos is a hazardous silicate mineral that can stay in the air for hours, which can pose dangers to your employees or tenants. And with prolonged contact, serious health problems (and even death) can develop. For this reason, we suggest asbestos removal services as soon as possible. With over 25 years of industry experience and the latest technology and innovative techniques, CVE Corp. is one of the highest regarded asbestos removal companies in San Diego.

Dealing with Asbestos in the Workplace

If you are a commercial property owner and plan to rent it, you are responsible for ensuring that tenants have a safe environment. As an employer, you must make sure your employees have a safe, asbestos-free workplace. Regardless of the position you are in, asbestos exposure creates many risks and you must ensure that anyone on your property is safe from their dangers.

Sampling and Removal

A third-party company must take samples of the asbestos. After determining the content levels, they will determine if it's high enough to require removal.

Choosing the Right Company

When selecting a company, it's important to look for:

HSE registration

  • Years of experience in the field
  • Previous performance

Never hire a company that has been cited for safety violations.

With years of experience in the field, CVE Corp. is one of San Diego’s top asbestos abatement companies in the state. For more information or further questions, contact us today and our team will be happy to help you out.

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