Building Diagrams - Easily generate building-specific site plans showing the locations of asbestos containing materials.
Management Plans - Upload and remotely access asbestos management plans.
Abatement Project Management - Efficiently correlate abatement activities to asbestos containing materials and centralize abatement-related reports such as NESHAP Notifications and Industrial Hygiene/Clearance Sampling.
Repair Tracking - Work orders and action items entered during inspections are automatically uploaded and tracked to completion through our preventive maintenance or task tracking solutions.
Barcode Compatible - Conduct asbestos condition inspections using a phone or tablet along with barcodes. Inspections are automatically uploaded allowing inspection reports to be generated and action items tracked to completion.
Offline Access - Collect and access asbestos survey and sampling data while in the field using our Mobile Asbestos Survey App. This capability also works offline so data may be accessed in remote locations.
Frequently Asked Questions about Asbestos
What is Asbestos?
Asbestos is the name given to a set of naturally occurring silicate compounds that are made up of fiber bundles that can be separated into thin heat and corrosion-resistant threads for use in commercial and industrial applications.
What Types of Asbestos are There?
The Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) breaks asbestos into the following types:
Actinolite - Actinolite was not used commercially but can be found as contaminates in other asbestos types.
Amosite (brown asbestos) - Examples of where amosite can be found include cement sheets, gaskets, roofing products, insulation, vinyl tiles and fire protection.
Anthophyllite - Anthophyllite, though not commonly used, can be found in items such as: cement, roofing, insulation and rubber.
Chrysotile (white asbestos) - Examples of where chrysotile can be found include: adhesives, drywall, insulation, brake pads, fireproofing, roofing, cement, gaskets and vinyl tiles.
Crocidolite (blue asbestos) - Examples of where crocidolite can be found include fireproofing, ceiling tiles, insulation and cement sheets.
Tremolite - Tremolite was not used commercially, but can be found as contaminates in other asbestos types.
Why Is an Asbestos Survey Needed?
An asbestos survey is the only way to accurately identify the location and quantity of Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) at your facilities. This information is necessary to protect occupants and to ensure compliance with environmental and safety regulations.
Can Asbestos Risk Assessments Be Documents In The Software?
Yes, but the website and mobile application have all of the fields needed to document asbestos risk assessments.
Can We Document The Location of Asbestos on Floor Plans?
Yes, floor plans may be uploaded to the software and used to document the location of asbestos samples and asbestos containing materials.
Can Your Asbestos Software Help Us Track Periodic Surveillance Inspections?
Yes, periodic surveillance inspections can be completed using our mobile app.
The Ecesis Asbestos Management Software was designed by you, the end user, and is supported by a diverse team of management system experts, engineers, scientists, and computer programmers with the purpose of making your life easier. This partnership ensures our EHS Software Solutions are:
Intuitive - The benefit of being designed by end users is that our EHS Software is intuitive and easy-to-use.
Customizable - You are in control to ensure its functionality and content meet your ever-changing needs (without expensive programming fees).
Supported by Subject Matter Experts - Our customers are supported by highly-qualified industry experts who can provide advice on both software- and regulatory- related questions.