Facility decommissioning entails many line items of work. Safety Partners will help determine what level of decommissioning you need by reviewing lease terms and conditions, assessing hazardous materials used, observing your facility operations and building conditions, and discussing appropriate liability protection. We have established 2 tiers of this service, offerings can be customized to fit your lab and organization’s needs.

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Safety Partners Services Tier 1 Tier 2
Biohazards, chemicals and radioactive material: Document disinfection procedures and conduct or provide oversight of custodial services
Hazardous materials: Coordinate removal and reverse distribution of controlled substances
Equipment: Labeling and staging services
Decontamination Documentation: Draft reports
Certified Industrial Hygienist-stamped Decommissioning Report: Provide documentation to validate and verify the proper decommissioning and closure of the facility. Report details
Chemical Use and Processes: Determine the impact and the potential for facility contamination and cleaning/sampling requirements
Air & Surfaces Sampling: Determine appropriate requirements, conduct sampling, and analyze results
Decontamination Procedures: Provide comprehensive documentation and oversight of services
Photo Journal: Collect photo evidence of proper procedures throughout project
Landlord or Property Manager Liaison: Review documentation and reports with relevant stakeholders

Cleaning, Decontamination, and Sanitization Certification Report

Safety Partners will deliver a report certifying that the facility has been cleaned, is free of hazardous materials and contamination, and is ready for unrestricted occupancy. The report is stamped/sealed and dated by a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH).

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