Safety Is Our Priority

Our policy is to perform work safely, on time and on budget.

We work with the intention of satisfying and exceeding the expectations of our clients, whilst working together as a team to ensure a zero harm environment for our employees, clients and the greater community.

We work in accordance with our Occupational Health and Safety Management System (AS/NZS4801:2001), which integrates risk management principles aimed at establishing and maintaining a safe workplace.

All our trucks are EPA licensed and conform to strict guidelines for the transport and disposal of asbestos and associated waste material.

We set and review our policies, objectives and targets regularly and in consultation with our employees and other interested parties within a controlled framework.

Our team continually seek to improve our performance in safety by following the policies and procedures outlined in our management system and we are committed to continued improvement aimed at elimination or minimisation of work relation injury or illness

We are also active members of the asbestos contractors group, and other consultive committees which involves practical discussion of upcoming rules and regulations with Worksafe and leading hygienist’s in efforts to continue to uphold and forge a safe working environment for everyone when managing asbestos.

“We work together as a team to ensure a zero harm environment for our employees, clients and the greater community.”

Thanks very much to you and your team for helping remove the asbestos from the house. I feel safer to have the family in the house now. Many thanks and regards.

Gerald WongResidential Client

All is in order, thanks for a good job with the removal. I expect we will keep you guys in mind for any future work as we really appreciated your practical approach to the work and the professional preparation beforehand

R. HansenFriable Asbestos Pipe Lagging Removal, Melbourne CBD

AAH Contracting Pty Ltd has undertaken many Department of Human Services And Education Contracts over nine consecutive years. AAH offer efficient and meticulous services. All their professional staff have undertaken all tasks with pride, even under very restricted time frames. AAH have always completed Contracts before or on time.

Richard GilbertSenior Project Manager, Arrow International Pty Ltd

Thanks for assisting with Caulfield Conservatory, very much appreciate how easy to work with and quick you guys were.

Richard GrecoDucon Maintenance Pty Ltd

AAH Contracting asbestos removal have been known to our organisation for many years. Icon have used AAH on various projects in the past and present throughout Victoria. All works undertaken by AAH have exceeded our expectations, as all projects have been completed on or before schedule without any compromise to safety. All AAH staff are considered by us as complete professionals in their industry.

We would recommend this company to any of our valued clients and look forward to working with them on future projects.

Ashley MurdochDirector, Icon Construction Pty Ltd

Dangers of asbestos in brief

Asbestos is extremely fibrous and any contact with the substance where it is disturbed can put you at risk of disease. Airborne fibres become embedded asbestos fibres in the lung tissues, causing a number of diseases such as:


This is scarring of the lungs: the airways become so inflamed and scarred that oxygen is no longer able to pass from the lungs into the blood. The lungs become stiff and inelastic, making breathing progressively difficult.

Lung Cancer

Exposure to asbestos fibres greatly increases a person’s risk of developing lung cancer, more so if they are also a smoker.

Pleural disease

Inflammation and irritation of the outer lining of the lung, the pleura. The pleura stiffens and thickens widely or in patches, and can fill with fluid. This thickening can also restrict breathing.


A rare and often fatal cancer of the mesothelium, the membrane that covers most of the body’s internal organs. Where it cannot be surgically removed, this condition is incurable. The average survival time after diagnosis is only 6-18 months. A very small exposure to asbestos can be enough to trigger Mesothelioma, which can develop decades after exposure to asbestos.

Contact your doctor if you think you may be at risk of an asbestos related disease.

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