|The laws for the removal of Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) in the State of New York can be found in the York State Industrial Code Rule 56, cited as 12NYCRR Part 56 as amended, March 21, 2007.
Within this law lies the requirements for the building owner to have conducted air monitoring before, during and after most ACM abatement projects.
Testing Mechanics Corporation employs New York State Department Of Labor certified Asbestos Air Monitors/Project monitors each with over 10 years of experience. Some of your employees boast over 25 years experience in the industry.
Testing Mechanics Corp. will perform all required air testing in accordance with NYSDOL Code Rule 56 including amendments and interpretations, as well as all other regulations as they pertain to frequency, methods, procedures and quality assurance of testing and analysis. Testing Mechanics Corp. will provide an on-site technician who will perform the required sample collection and return samples to the laboratory for analysis. Our licensed Asbestos Project monitors will also scrutinize the Asbestos Abatement Contractor's procedures to assure compliance with the law, and, in doing so, protect building occupants from possible exposure to asbestos fibers.
Analysis of the air samples obtained are performed expeditiously in accordance with NIOSH Method 7400, Issue 2 (November 14, 1994) and New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) Method Code 4589 and 4587 (Jan. 1, 1990) utilizing NIOSH “A” Rules.
For abatement projects in K-12 school buildings, and as required in some technical specifications and certain jobs in New York City, abatement areas are cleared using Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM), performed in accordance with Environmental Protection Agency 40 CFR Part 763 Appendix A to Subpart E.