Allec LLC follows all CDC guideline for recommendations for COVID-19 as well safety regulations in the Hazardous Material Handling Industry. ALLEC'S CORONAVIRUS Task Team are cross trained in the handling of a variety of hazardous materials like asbestos, mold, lead, and PCB's. This training allows us to adapt easily with CDC guidelines to decontaminate potential and confirmed COVID-19 sites. Our team wear tight fitting positive and negative pressure respirators, and full body TYVEK suits. A certified industrial hygienist is on staff and employees are medically monitored, trained and fit tested to wear respirators as required by OSHA's 1910.134 respirator program. ALLEC'S CORONAVIRUS Task Team has performed over (70) confirmed and suspected COVID-19 decontaminations as well as approximately (45) vehicles since the outbreak. We have done decontaminations for fire houses, medic vehicles, fire trucks, police cars, dump trucks, water treatment plants, office spaces, courthouses, schools, etc. There have been many firms that have recently entered the COVID-19 decontamination business that have no experience in the hazardous material handling industry. It would be extremely careless to trust any firm that has not performed hazardous decontamination in the past. Allec performs all work in a safe and professional manner.
Our staff is asbestos certified, licensed, and insured to remove bonded and friable asbestos. Projects are completed in strict accordance with U.S. Dept. of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and MD Dept. of the Environment (MDE), and are equipped to handle all aspects of asbestos abatement.
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