The Asbestos Museum is designed for maintenance staff on sites with buildings erected before 1990.
To be able to prevent damage from yourself and others, knowledge of where asbestos & Co. is used and how it can be identified is essential. In contrast to most of the hazardous materials used in production, these materials are usually not labelled to be hazardous.
This is the reason why workers are exposed to asbestos & Co. during reconstruction, renovation or daily maintenance work. When drilling, sawing or removing asbestos & Co. unknowingly hazardous material is released and present a high risk to those doing the work as well as anyone who is present in the building. Furthermore, asbestos fibres can contaminate a building for a long time.
To prepare maintenance staff optimally for this kind of unpleasant surprise we take our mobile Asbestos Museum to the customer's site.
Our mobile Asbestos Museum does not only consist of an extended photo collection but also of safely packed showpieces that allow the museum visitors to experience the nature and composition of these materials haptically. Our Asbestos Museum concludes with a practical part where the participants can show at critical areas of the site what they have learned.
We offer the on-site Asbestos Museum (half-day) from 1,800 Euro net for 10-12 persons, depending on the travel time and expenses we have.