The objects consultancy lab at Grimwade Conservation Services has been engaged in archaeological conservation since 2004 and has staff members with over 20 years of field and lab based archaeological conservation experience.
Grimwade Conservation Services are the key service provider to two University archaeology collections in Victoria and to an archaeological museum. Grimwade Conservation Services conservators work in accordance with the Australian Institute of Conservation of Cultural Materials (AICCM) code of Ethics and Code of Practice.
Grimwade Conservation Services staff are Quarantine Accredited Persons (Classes 2 to 8). The role and the responsibilities of Accredited Persons is to reduce quarantine risks. Accredited Persons have the ability to identify quarantine risks and how processing and treatments may reduce these risks. Staff hold certificates in: working at heights; general construction (white ticket) and elevated work platform operation.
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