Each partner runs his or her own range of projects in the section of the workshop reserved for that purpose. Final responsibility for the quality of the service is always guaranteed by the senior conservator in question, who also looks after the ongoing monitoring and guidance of any other staff members who may work on the particular project. Although there is scope for the exchange of thoughts and treatment options, the final decisions are taken by the partner-conservator, who consults the client and the relevant public authorities.
The working zones are kept as clean as possible during the actual treatments and all products, treatments and instruments used are being documented.
Where projects in situ are concerned, the approach is similar taking into account the collaboration with other actors on the site. A log is being kept that will keep track of all those present and of all the work being done on a daily basis.
The workplace (which may be a scaffolding) is organized at all times and security regulations are observed at all times.
Different products are manufactured in our own workshop and new developments are always supported by desk research and continuous learning. IPARC only uses products that are made in the EU and always opts for the more sustainable option.
In the treatment file, all the research and treatments are described in detail and extensively documented with pictures and/or photographs which will be digitally incorporated in view of presenting the end report.