The parents of students who may have been exposed to asbestos fibres in north Queensland will today meet an occupational health and safety expert.
Last week, 24 rooms at Mackay North State High School were evacuated amid concerns about asbestos.
It was later revealed that the asbestos had been disturbed in September last year, but access to the buildings was only restricted last Tuesday.
There have also been incidents involving possible asbestos exposure at the Moranbah East Primary School and Mirani State High School.
Today, parents from Mackay North High will meet Dr Keith Adams, an occupational health and safety expert.
Dr Adams will discuss the risks associated with exposure and answer questions from parents and teachers.
An investigation into the incident at the school began yesterday.