Asbestos Analytical & Environmental Consulting
enquiries@fibres.co.nz 04 566 3311

Welcome

CES has been carrying out IANZ accredited asbestos services in the Wellington region and throughout New Zealand for more than twenty five years. We have records of analysis dating back to the 1970's complimented by an extensive knowledge of asbestos related issues for many commercial, industrial and residential properties. Because asbestos service related skills have been commonly difficult to obtain, over the years we have developed and implemented a robust and documented internal training programme for all our staff many of whom now work in other aspects of the asbestos industry. The public health issues of asbestos and the consequences of poor management of asbestos materials are well known, we believe in providing quality services that demonstrate best practice, meet the requirements of legislation and internationally recognised standards, and are most importantly cost effective. Feel free to contact us at any time.


Introducing Our Staff

Jacqueline Herring - Director

Monica Singe - General Manager

Stacey Innes - Laboratory Supervisor / Analyst

Chelsea Wright -  Analyst / Junior Surveyor

Danyal Eades - Lab Technician Trainee

Danielle Struik - Trainee Analyst

 

Paul Dupree - Survey Manager

Steven Rowbotham - Surveyor

Aliasgar Kapasi - Assessor / Analyst

Aedan Coddington - Survey Assist - Trainee Surveyor

Zac Smith - Assessor / Analyst

Lian Tan - Administration

 


Aedan Coddington (Survey Assist - Trainee Surveyor)

NZIHT, Dip BusMgmt. IP402

Aedan is our newest member of the team joining CES in 2020 with an background in infrastructure, he is looking for a role with career prospects and an interest in the industry. Aedan fulfils the essential role of Survey Assist while undertaking training necessary for asbestos surveying. Welcome Aedan.

Aliasgar Kapasi  (Assessor - Analyst)

MSc. Earth Sciences, BOHS IP404 Worksafe Licensed Assessor - AA19070030

Aliasgar joined CES in July 2018. He is a young graduate with complimentary skills and an interest in environmental and earth sciences. Aliasgar continues to develop his skills and experience in the asbestos industry as an assessor and analyst. Since his time with us he has quickly immersed himself in CES services and procedures,  he has completed internal training requirements for accredited fibre counting and Assessor works and holds BOHS IP404 Air Monitoring, Clearance Inspections and Reoccupation Following the Removal of Asbestos. Aliasgar is an IANZ accredited KTP and a Worksafe Licensed Assessor.

Chelsea Wright - Analyst / Junior Surveyor

KTP, Proficiency Certificate: IP402

Chelsea joined CES in the lab in June 2018 as a trainee analyst after returning from an OE experience where she was involved in assisting surveyors. Since her time with CES she has developed the necessary skills as an analyst in the laboratory and participates in Proficiency testing for both bulk and fibre analysis. She has pleasant and professional manner with clients and colleagues alike and a valuable member of our team. More recently Chelsea has been enjoying undertaking training in the surveying division. Chelsea is an IANZ accredited KTP, and holds BOHS IP402.

Danielle Struik - Trainee Analyst

Batchelor of Science.

Danielle joined CES in the admin team in August 2019, she has recently moved into the Laboratory as a trainee analyst (July 2020). Since her time with us she has developed the necessary administration and database skills providing a great foundation for understanding services we deliver. The admin background compliments her science degree and move to the laboratory is an excellent development progression. Welcome to the lab Danielle.

Danyal Eades  (Laboratory Technician)

Batchelor of Science

Danyal joined us in October 2019. A young graduate with an interest in the asbestos industry he is completing his internal training requirements as an analyst and Laboratory Technician. Danyal continues to develop asbestos analysis and awareness skills as training progresses. 

Paul Dupree  (Survey Manager / Assessor)

P401, P402, P403, P404, P405, Work Safe Assessor (AA16080109)

Paul first joined CES in March 2016, and returned to CES as Survey Manager in 2018.  Working in the asbestos industry in the UK since 2003 he has an extensive knowledge of the requirements that New Zealand is currently experiencing. Paul specialises in asbestos surveying and management of asbestos in buildings. He holds British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) Proficiency Certificates P401 (ID of Asbestos in Bulk Materials), P402 (Building Surveys and Bulk Sampling of Asbestos), P403 (Asbestos Fibre Counting), P404 (Air Sampling and Clearance Testing of Asbestos) and P405 (Management of Asbestos in Buildings) qualifications. He also holds occupational health and safety certification including IOSH, fire risk engineering and BOSIET / MIST. Paul compliments our team with international experience in all types of asbestos surveying and project management. 

Stacey Innes (Laboratory Supervisor - Analyst )

Proficiency Certificates: P401, P408, W201

Stacey joined the CES team from the UK as an analyst in 2017, she has numerous years of experience in Asbestos analysis and holds British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) Proficiency Certificates P401 (ID of Asbestos in Bulk Materials) and P408 (Identification and Quantification of Asbestos in Soils using PLM and PCM).  Analytically and technically skilled she works with all CES personnel, collegues and clients professionally at all times. Stacey is an IANZ Accredited KTP and as Laboratory Supervisor, routinely carries out training of junior analysts and management of day to day analysis in the laboratory. 

Steven Rowbotham (Surveyor)

Proficiency Certificates: P402, P405, W504

Steve joined the CES team from the UK, he has many years of experience in Asbestos surveying and consulting services. He holds British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) Proficiency Certificates P402 (Building Surveys and Bulk Sampling of Asbestos), P405 Management of Asbestos in Buildings and W504 Asbestos and Other Fibres. He has worked on a wide range of properties as a surveyor conducting surveys. Since joining CES he has shown enthusiasm, professionalism and a willingness to meet client needs. 

Zachary Smith – Assessor / Analyst

BSc. Physical Geography, WorkSafe Assessor (AA18080106)

Zac first joined our team in the Lab in July 2016. Following his 2019 sebatical he has returned part time while he continues his studies. Zac is a Work Safe Licensed Assessor routinely carrying out assessor works, air monitoring, clearance requirements and bulk sampling. He is recently completed his KTP renewal requirements, Welcome Back Zac!

Monica Singe  (General Manager / Director)

BSc. (Zoology), Dip. EHSci (Environmental Health), Dip. Drinking Water (DWA) Assessor. IP402, IP405.

Monica has been involved with CES since 2005, in addition to being a Director she has been actively involved within the lab as a Technician/Analyst since 2013. She is the Laboratory General Manager providing office management, HR, quality systems and administration support to CES. Her background is in Public Health, with over twenty years experience in public health, health protection and environmental health related services including occupational health, asbestos air monitoring, biosecurity surveillance, drinking water, and regulatory enforcement. Additional roles within the wider group include Technical and Quality Management, developing and implementing systems and processes to ensure ongoing service delivery. Monica is an IANZ accredited KTP.

Jacqueline Herring  (Director/Analyst)

BCGL – AdvLv.

Jackie has been with the Asbestos laboratory for over twenty five years, and a Director of CES since 1995.  She has undertaken all aspects of asbestos analysis, survey and advisory services. Jackie continues to provide oversight and expertise in laboratory services and advise on a part time basis and remains a CES Director and IANZ Accredited KTP. 

As director of CES she continues to provide support to the team and remians committed to CES. She has an impressive record of experience, providing asbestos analysis, survey and consulting services to MoH (ATAG), Public health units, the Demolition and Construction sector (NZDAA), the public at large and Asbestos industry clients throughout New Zealand.   

Job Vacancies

We are always on the look out for qualified asbestos analysts, surveyors and assessors or individuals who are interested in the asbestos services. 

If you have asbestos related skills and experience and are looking for work, or if you think you would enjoy a change in career, laboratory and microscope based analysis, or have trade backgrounds please send us an email together with your CV.