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Hazardous Building Materials
PCB Assessments Required for Building Demolitions: Important Changes to Note
Construction/General Contractor, General Industrial Hygiene, Hazardous Building Materials
When Is an Asbestos Survey Required?
The U.S. completely banned the use of asbestos in building materials in 1989. That means any commercial building constructed in 1990 or later poses no asbestos risk. Consequently, you don’t need to worry about getting an asbestos survey prior to renovation or restoration projects on buildings erected in the past 30 years – right? False.
The “asbestos is no longer used” myth potentially exposes commercial property owners to fines of $25,000 per day when they unwittingly disturb materials containing asbestos. Falling for the lie…
Environmental Health & Safety Management
7 Steps to a Mold and Moisture Plan for Property Management
Structure Fire, Wildfire
Fire Legal Liability: Who Is Responsible When Business Structures Are Involved?
The truth about fire legal liability can be a tough pill to swallow.
Here’s the truth: Your business is at risk of fire liability litigation – even if you didn’t start the fire.
Let’s look at why that is and what you can do to protect your company’s reputation and assets against one of nature’s scariest events: fire. How You Can Be Held Liable for a Fire You Didn’t Start We all know a company that starts …