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OCS Environmental Services is a recognised authority on the Asbestos Information Centre

06 January 2016

OCS Environmental Services has recently become a recognised authority on the Asbestos Information Centre (AIC), a knowledge portal for the effective management of asbestos-containing materials in buildings

The AIC provides free educational information on the management of asbestos, which helps to prevent any potential harm from the release of asbestos fibre.

Bob Taylor, OCS CEO UK Public Sector Healthcare and Infrastructure said: “OCS Environmental Services specialises in delivering a range of environmental management services, with particular expertise in asbestos removal and management, decontamination, thermal insulation and scaffolding access. This relationship with the AIC highlights the company’s dedication to promoting the highest industry standards.”

The AIC, which was originally developed and compiled by its Director and acknowledged asbestos expert Tony Hutchinson, is recognised as a leading resource in identifying asbestos, asbestos precautions and asbestos awareness training.

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