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Stuart holds a Diploma of Work Health Safety and has 9 years' experience in occupational hygiene works areas as a NATA approved Asbestos Fibre Counter and Asbestos Air Monitoring Signatory. His experience includes:
  • Preparing technical reports
  • Recommending appropriate exposure control strategies
  • Visiting a broad range of sites including residential homes, office buildings, government buildings, manufacturing plants
  • Effectively use and maintain various sampling instrumentation
  • Define project scopes and provide cost estimates
  • Make field observations, develop sampling plans, conduct exposure assessments at client locations
  • Collecting samples of dust, asbestos, oils, lead, and soil for analysis or provide an oversight of sample collection, and coordinate analytical needs with laboratories
  • Interpret and apply local, state and government regulations as applicable
  • Develop, review, and update industrial hygiene programs and procedures for clients
  • Communicating effectively with property owners, business owners, school officials, insurance companies, remediation contractors and government organizations
  • Work effectively with other project managers
We worked in water industry, power stations, RAAF base, rail industry including Metro trains and has completed various induction certificates.

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