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“I engaged Greenlight to undertake asbestos audits on two properties I own. I found Michael to be responsive, thorough and professional and the reports were of an excellent standard” – Gavin

We Help Create Safe Environments by Testing & Monitoring for Asbestos and Other Hazardous Materials.

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“I engaged Greenlight to undertake asbestos audits on two properties I own. I found Michael to be responsive, thorough and professional and the reports were of an excellent standard” – Gavin

Specialists in Occupational Hygiene, Property Risk & Hazard Identification

We create safer workplaces and homes by investigating and documenting potential hazards. We make your next steps clear with thorough, well investigated reports prepared by qualified consultants.

“We believe that protecting employees from such hazards is good business”.

Why Choose Greenlight Services

Affordable & Competitive Pricing

Property Risk & Occupational Hygiene reports can be expensive. We reduce the amount of time required to produce a report by using on-site digital data entry and a proprietary streamlined reporting system to keep our costs competitive and affordable for you.

Clear and Concise Reporting

While our reports are automated, we won’t compromise on quality. We include algorithmic risk assessments for each asbestos item while also providing an overall picture of the amount of asbestos on a property in an easy to read table.

Automated Reporting & Fast Turn Around

Property Risk & Occupational Hygiene companies can have a long reporting lead time. Often it can take between two to four weeks to produce your report.

Flexible Bookings Based on Urgency

Property Risk & Occupational Hygiene companies can have long booking windows. We offer a highly flexible service, typically you can book for an inspection within the next few days after your enquiry and we can re-arrange our schedule to work in with any urgent requirements you have.

Honest, Experienced & Unbiased

Property Risk & Occupational Hygiene may work hand-in glove with remediation companies creating a conflict of interest on advice given. We maintain a high degree of integrity in our business dealings. Greenlight will not profit from any advice given.

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Why Choose Greenlight Services

Affordable & Competitive Pricing

Property Risk & Occupational Hygiene reports can be expensive. We reduce the amount of time required to produce a report by using on-site digital data entry and a proprietary streamlined reporting system to keep our costs competitive and affordable for you.

Clear and Concise Reporting

While our reports are automated, we won’t compromise on quality. We include algorithmic risk assessments for each asbestos item while also providing an overall picture of the amount of asbestos on a property in an easy to read table.

Automated Reporting & Fast Turn Around

Property Risk & Occupational Hygiene companies can have a long reporting lead time. Often it can take between two to four weeks to produce your report.

Flexible Bookings Based on Urgency

Property Risk & Occupational Hygiene companies can have long booking windows. We offer a highly flexible service, typically you can book for an inspection within the next few days after your enquiry and we can re-arrange our schedule to work in with any urgent requirements you have.

Honest, Experienced & Unbiased

Property Risk & Occupational Hygiene may work hand-in glove with remediation companies creating a conflict of interest on advice given. We maintain a high degree of integrity in our business dealings. Greenlight will not profit from any advice given.

Book Your Onsite Inspection Now

Our Customer Service Guarantee

5 Years Asbestos Auditing Experience
Fast Turnaround on Reporting
Competitive Pricing
Well Reviewed Company (200+ reviews)
Clear & Concise Reporting Style
Personal Communication & Assistance after Inspection Work
Thorough & Detailed Inspections
Photos Included In-Line with Entries for Clear Communication
Recommendations for Removal Companies (if required)
Some of Our Clients & Partners

Melbourne’s Experts in Occupational Hygiene & Property Risk Assessment

We built Greenlight Services because we believe that a person’s health should not be placed in jeopardy by their occupation. We believe that protecting employees from such hazards is good business. We want to help your business save money while protecting what’s most important to you, your people and your reputation. We believe that every job can be done safely with enough forethought from the input of a professional and experienced consultant.

Greenlight offers a fast and competitive service, we use cutting edge technology built in-house, and specifically for each industry, to collect data which is then streamlined into a high-quality report via automated workflows. While our systems are automated to deliver a high level of competitiveness and timeliness, we understand the importance of personal communication and we make time to take our clients through the reports provided and to explain the different options available to resolve the highlighted issues. The time we save in
reporting we put instead into providing a high level of service and direct communication and it’s one of the reasons we have over 200+ positive reviews. If you’re looking for an OHS consultancy you can trust, we can help.

“We believe that every job, workplace and home can be made safe with forethought and the input of an experienced consultant.”

Melbourne’s Experts in Occupational Hygiene & Property Risk Assessment

We built Greenlight Services because we believe that a person’s health should not be placed in jeopardy by their occupation. We believe that protecting employees from such hazards is good business. We want to help your business save money while protecting what’s most important to you, your people and your reputation. We believe that every job can be done safely with enough forethought from the input of a professional and experienced consultant.

Greenlight offers a fast and competitive service, we use cutting edge technology built in-house, and specifically for each industry, to collect data which is then streamlined into a high-quality report via automated workflows. While our systems are automated to deliver a high level of competitiveness and timeliness, we understand the importance of personal communication and we make time to take our clients through the reports provided and to explain the different options available to resolve the highlighted issues. The time we save in
reporting we put instead into providing a high level of service and direct communication and it’s one of the reasons we have over 200+ positive reviews. If you’re looking for an OHS consultancy you can trust, we can help.

“We believe that every job, workplace and home can be made safe with forethought and the input of an experienced consultant.”

Why Customers Trust Greenlight Services

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is involved in an asbestos inspection?

    For a residential dwelling or commercial property, we come to site and carry out a visual/tactile inspection of the premises collecting samples as necessary throughout each area on a room by room basis and including the interior, exterior, ceiling cavity and subfloor. We aim to detail the construction of the entire structure and including any smaller structures on the site, so that you will have some reference to any given surface and its asbestos content. Each room/area will receive its own entry in the report detailing its construction and where asbestos items are suspected or identified, and these items will receive their own entry in the report with the extent in square metres noted and a 14-point risk assessment of the materials carried out. Our results are detailed in a table (called an asbestos register) with in-line photos and colour coding clearly distinguishing asbestos items from non-asbestos entries. Any samples collected will be collected in accordance with our Safe Operating Procedure and transported to a NATA accredited laboratory for analysis under chain of custody. Our reports (including our residential reports) are fully compliant with the OHS Act 2004 for workplaces, the associated Work Safe Regulations 2017, and the Work Safe Code of practice: how to manage asbestos in the workplace. Your report will be provided within 1-2 days of our investigation.

  • How long does an asbestos inspection take?

    For residential dwellings, an asbestos inspection typically takes about 2 hours. For commercial properties, the inspection can take anywhere from 3 hours to several days depending on the size of the site and number of buildings to investigate

  • How much is an asbestos inspection for a residential home?

    We charge one blanket price for all Melbourne residential homes at 600.00 + GST. The fee includes all samples necessary (no limit) analysed in a NATA accredited laboratory, investigated by a tertiary qualified consultant with a minimum of 5 years industry experience. There are no additional fees or charges. Other companies may charge a fee for the inspection and then a per sample cost which can quickly exceed our capped price format, or they have hidden charges – if you are really after the best price, make sure there are no hidden fees. Also you should consider paying a little extra to have this done properly, missed asbestos items and poor reports that are hard to interpret can be costly in their own way. Remember our main points – we have no limit on samples, there are no additional fees, and you will get an easy to read report in just 24-hours.

  • Does collecting asbestos samples create any danger to other people in the area?

    People often mischaracterise the nature of asbestos risk – while some precautions should be taken (and this mostly to protect the investigator), breaking off a small piece of asbestos for testing purposes is not dangerous. What is dangerous, and must be avoided at all costs, are activities that mechanically disturb the asbestos materials – such as drilling, grinding, sanding or water blasting. These activities create an immediate risk to anyone in the vicinity. Of course you can only avoid these activities if you know where the asbestos materials are -  So how risky is testing for asbestos materials? No measurable risk and much, much less risk than not testing. As a precaution, we ask that people are not in the room while we collect samples or maintain a minimum distance of 5 or more metres wherever practicable during testing activities (this is required only at the moment of sampling). Our investigators wear a P2 mask to protect themselves from possible exposure during sampling activities.

  • How quickly can we get our asbestos inspection report?

    We aim to turnaround all asbestos reports in just 24-hours. Note that sometimes, due to demand, we may fall a little short of this, however at the outside you will have your report within 48 hours with our promise to try for a 24-hour turnaround wherever possible.

  • Who is responsible for supplying an asbestos register for a workplace / commercial property?

    The owner of the property is in most cases responsible for supplying an asbestos register to the tenant of the property. It is a tenant's responsibility to request that the owner supply an asbestos register and to familiarise themselves with it. The register must be supplied to any contractors working on the site. Many commercial property owners, and surprisingly many commercial property agents, are unaware of this legal requirement. If an agent or owner refuses to supply an asbestos register, your fallback is to complain to Work Safe about the issue. Work Safe may visit the site and put an improvement notice on the property which will require the owner/agent to comply or face fines. Both owners and commercial property agents can be fined up to $30,000.00 for not complying with the requirement to obtain, maintain and supply to tenants an asbestos register for the property.

  • Do you do asbestos removal?

    To avoid conflict of interest (and because it is really not our thing), Greenlight does not perform asbestos removal. We are strictly an investigative occupational hygiene company and are not positioned to in any way profit from the advice that we give. Some people unknowingly source their asbestos inspection reports from asbestos removal companies who have a conflict of interest and occasionally questionable advice. These reports are also typically not compliant with the requirements of Work Safe, i.e. the OHS Act 2004 for workplaces, the associated Work Safe Regulations 2017, and the Work Safe Code of practice: how to manage asbestos in the workplace.

  • What is your asbestos inspection lead time / availability?

    You will need to give us a call on 03 9048 4411 to get a definitive answer on this, however we can usually move things around a little to accommodate urgent requests – typical lead time is anywhere between 1 day and 1 week depending on our workload.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is involved in an asbestos inspection?

    For a residential dwelling or commercial property, we come to site and carry out a visual/tactile inspection of the premises collecting samples as necessary throughout each area on a room by room basis and including the interior, exterior, ceiling cavity and subfloor. We aim to detail the construction of the entire structure and including any smaller structures on the site, so that you will have some reference to any given surface and its asbestos content. Each room/area will receive its own entry in the report detailing its construction and where asbestos items are suspected or identified, and these items will receive their own entry in the report with the extent in square metres noted and a 14-point risk assessment of the materials carried out. Our results are detailed in a table (called an asbestos register) with in-line photos and colour coding clearly distinguishing asbestos items from non-asbestos entries. Any samples collected will be collected in accordance with our Safe Operating Procedure and transported to a NATA accredited laboratory for analysis under chain of custody. Our reports (including our residential reports) are fully compliant with the OHS Act 2004 for workplaces, the associated Work Safe Regulations 2017, and the Work Safe Code of practice: how to manage asbestos in the workplace. Your report will be provided within 1-2 days of our investigation.

  • How long does an asbestos inspection take?

    For residential dwellings, an asbestos inspection typically takes about 2 hours. For commercial properties, the inspection can take anywhere from 3 hours to several days depending on the size of the site and number of buildings to investigate

  • How much is an asbestos inspection for a residential home?

    We charge one blanket price for all Melbourne residential homes at 600.00 + GST. The fee includes all samples necessary (no limit) analysed in a NATA accredited laboratory, investigated by a tertiary qualified consultant with a minimum of 5 years industry experience. There are no additional fees or charges. Other companies may charge a fee for the inspection and then a per sample cost which can quickly exceed our capped price format, or they have hidden charges – if you are really after the best price, make sure there are no hidden fees. Also you should consider paying a little extra to have this done properly, missed asbestos items and poor reports that are hard to interpret can be costly in their own way. Remember our main points – we have no limit on samples, there are no additional fees, and you will get an easy to read report in just 24-hours.

  • Does collecting asbestos samples create any danger to other people in the area?

    People often mischaracterise the nature of asbestos risk – while some precautions should be taken (and this mostly to protect the investigator), breaking off a small piece of asbestos for testing purposes is not dangerous. What is dangerous, and must be avoided at all costs, are activities that mechanically disturb the asbestos materials – such as drilling, grinding, sanding or water blasting. These activities create an immediate risk to anyone in the vicinity. Of course you can only avoid these activities if you know where the asbestos materials are -  So how risky is testing for asbestos materials? No measurable risk and much, much less risk than not testing. As a precaution, we ask that people are not in the room while we collect samples or maintain a minimum distance of 5 or more metres wherever practicable during testing activities (this is required only at the moment of sampling). Our investigators wear a P2 mask to protect themselves from possible exposure during sampling activities.

  • How quickly can we get our asbestos inspection report?

    We aim to turnaround all asbestos reports in just 24-hours. Note that sometimes, due to demand, we may fall a little short of this, however at the outside you will have your report within 48 hours with our promise to try for a 24-hour turnaround wherever possible.

  • Who is responsible for supplying an asbestos register for a workplace / commercial property?

    The owner of the property is in most cases responsible for supplying an asbestos register to the tenant of the property. It is a tenant's responsibility to request that the owner supply an asbestos register and to familiarise themselves with it. The register must be supplied to any contractors working on the site. Many commercial property owners, and surprisingly many commercial property agents, are unaware of this legal requirement. If an agent or owner refuses to supply an asbestos register, your fallback is to complain to Work Safe about the issue. Work Safe may visit the site and put an improvement notice on the property which will require the owner/agent to comply or face fines. Both owners and commercial property agents can be fined up to $30,000.00 for not complying with the requirement to obtain, maintain and supply to tenants an asbestos register for the property.

  • Do you do asbestos removal?

    To avoid conflict of interest (and because it is really not our thing), Greenlight does not perform asbestos removal. We are strictly an investigative occupational hygiene company and are not positioned to in any way profit from the advice that we give. Some people unknowingly source their asbestos inspection reports from asbestos removal companies who have a conflict of interest and occasionally questionable advice. These reports are also typically not compliant with the requirements of Work Safe, i.e. the OHS Act 2004 for workplaces, the associated Work Safe Regulations 2017, and the Work Safe Code of practice: how to manage asbestos in the workplace.

  • What is your asbestos inspection lead time / availability?

    You will need to give us a call on 03 9048 4411 to get a definitive answer on this, however we can usually move things around a little to accommodate urgent requests – typical lead time is anywhere between 1 day and 1 week depending on our workload.

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