Safety Tech, Inc. will conduct a comprehensive microbial evaluation assessment to aid in the identification of superficial mold and suspect sources of mold. Safety Tech, Inc.’s primary goal is to make certain the client fully understands, is completely informed and satisfied with the end product. All analytical data and collected information will be kept confidential and shared only with the client and designated microbial remediation contractor.
Safety Tech, Inc. will collect samples from areas that are suspect for mold contamination. A comprehensive visual inspection will be performed. Collected samples will be transported to an accredited American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) laboratory that is a participant in the AIHA Environmental Microbiology Laboratory Accreditation Program (EMLAP) and proficient in the AIHA Environmental Microbiology Proficiency Analytical Testing (EMPAT) program. Photographs will be collected from areas demonstrating suspect mold (water damage) and / or visible mold. Typically, a microbial evaluation does not employ destructive sampling techniques.
Stage I: Client calls Safety Tech, Inc. and requests a site evaluation for the presence of mold.
Stage II: A microbial evaluation is conducted to determine the presence or absence of molds and / or fungi.
Stage III: Analytical data is reviewed by the project Industrial Hygienist and a technical report is developed.
Stage IV: A conclusion is made as to whether or not there is a microbial amplification identified in one or more tested areas, or the assessment site is determined to be acceptable based on current guidelines. If a microbial amplification is identified, a microbial remediation plan is developed and discussed with the client.
An Industrial Hygienist conducts a site visit to physically assess the building's exterior and interior to determine the location of superficial mold and / or sources of mold contamination. In addition, the project Industrial Hygienist will evaluate analytical data collected from the pre- testing event.
A comprehensive microbial evaluation is performed utilizing Safety Tech, Inc.’s sampling protocol. The microbial evaluation allows Safety Tech. Inc. to locate and identify the absence or presence of airborne microbial contaminants. Analytical data is reviewed by the project Industrial Hygienist and conclusions are developed. A final technical report is compiled to include the laboratory findings, real- time test results, collected photographs and recommendations. If a microbial amplification is present, a remediation plan (Scope of Work) is developed and provided to the client.
Trained microbial remediation professionals utilize Safety Tech, Inc.’s Scope of Work to remove visible mold contamination and improve the indoor air quality. Typically, work is performed after hours and weekends unless otherwise directed by the clients. Safety Tech, Inc. recognizes the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Guidelines, The New York City Guidelines, the IICRC S520 (Standards & Reference Guide for Professional Mold Remediation) Guidelines.
Upon completion of the microbial remediation project Safety Tech, Inc. will conduct a clearance air test and visual evaluation of remediation areas. Final testing results are evaluated to ensure that the quality of microbial remediation work exceeds the required industry standards assure the site is acceptable for re- occupancy.
Safety Tech, Inc. provides guidelines for the prevention and routine maintenance plans tailored to meet the client's specific needs aid in preventing future microbial amplifications.
Safety Tech, Inc.
801-B NW 122nd Street Oklahoma City, OK 73114
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