Indoor Environmental Specialists provide expert Designated Substance Surveys (DSS) to Kingsville and surrounding areas. Having more than 25 years experience, we offer professional and prompt Designated Substance Surveys, able to ensure your renovation or demolition project is able move forward more efficiently.
What Does a Designated Substance Survey (DSS) Provide?
A Designated Substance Survey helps to identify the presence of designated substances, along with their quantity, condition, and location. A Designated Substance Survey allows you to ensure the required steps are taken to ensure you have control over the level of exposure to individuals within and near the project area.
In-Depth Designated Substance Survey Results
Project based sites in Kingsville and throughout Ontario are required by the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act to ensure a list of designated substances present within their building in Kingsville, Ontario is compiled. This designated substances list is also required to be presented to any bidders at the tendering stage, as well as made available to any individuals located within the area.
What Happens After the Survey is Completed?
If designated substances within your Kingsville building are in poor condition or require removal, they may cause harm to individuals working throughout the building, and even individuals located within the immediate area of the building. Within the Province of Ontario, there are eleven substances that have been ‘designated’, acrylonitrile, asbestos, coke oven emissions, isocyanates, mercury, vinyl chloride, arsenic, benzene, ethylene oxide, lead, and silica. Four of these designated substances are most commonly found within the building materials used in homes, offices, and commercial buildings in Kingsville: Asbestos, Lead, Mercury, and Silica.
Secure A Designated Substance Survey Today
If you are in Kingsville or surrounding areas, let our professional Designated Substance Survey experts simplify your life. Just phone 519.256.8388 and we can schedule your Designated Substance Survey today.