Great Company, Great Environment
ASBESTOS AIR MONITOR (Former Employee) – Latham, NY – September 25, 2015
An average day working as an asbestos air monitor involves waking up early, traveling to an asbestos abatement site and running air pump's for the duration of their work, using proper decontamintaion and personal protective equipment procedures to walk throught the abatement zone and check everything. Relay information to your manager and to the DEC if necessary, and finnaly dropping off your samples at a lab before dropping off your log book (if full) at the office. A full day usually takes around 10-12 hour's depending on how long the abatement crew work's.
Paid milage, Great co-worker's, Excellent office environment.
Lot's of travel, Not much room for a personal life.