Indoor Environmental Specialists have more than 25 years experience providing professional Designated Substance Surveys (DSS) to Tilbury and beyond. We are skilled in providing you with a prompt and in-depth Designated Substance Survey in order to ensure you can efficiently move forward with your renovation or demolition project.
What Results Are Available With A Designated Substance Survey (DSS)?
Along with indicating all designated substances present, a Designated Substance Survey can tell you their location, condition, and quantity. With a Designated Substance Survey, you are able to ensure all steps to control the project area and level of exposure to individuals are taken appropriately.
Benefits To A Designated Substance Survey
Project sites based in Tilbury and throughout Ontario are required to complete list of designated substances that are found within their Tilbury / Ontario building per the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act. Along with presenting this list of designated substances to any bidders within the tendering stage, it also needs to be made readily available to individuals within the project site and immediate area.
If your Tilbury building has designated substances that are currently in poor condition these substances can be hazardous for individuals completing work within the building, as well as individuals located within the immediate area. There are currently eleven substances that have been ‘designated’ in the Province of Ontario: coke oven emissions, vinyl chloride, arsenic, mercury, benzene, isocyanates, acrylonitrile, lead, asbestos, silica, and ethylene oxide. Importantly, the most commonly found designated substances within building materials in homes, offices, and commercial buildings in Tilbury are the following four: Mercury, Silica, Asbestos, and Lead.
Confirm Your Designated Substance Survey Today
If you are local to the Tilbury area, work with our professional Designated Substance Survey experts who want to make your life easier. Phone 519.256.8388 and reserve your Designated Substance Survey today.