Construction Hazardous Material Compliance Guide - Lead Detection, Abatement and Inspection Procedures
Written for those who plan to supervise daily work activities on a lead-related construction work site and/or prepare lead abatement work plans, Construction Worksite Compliance Guide: Lead covers the latest industry standards for the abatement and proper disposal of lead on the worksite. Packed with checklist, tables and ";quick lookup"; materials, this manual provides a step by step approach for overseeing workers who are performing the activities specified in a lead abatement work plans. With this book in hand, Construction Managers, Construction Engineers, Architects, Facilities Managers and Building Owners will be able to:
- Ascertain the presence of lead by having an independent laboratory remove and test representative samples that will provide a profile of contaminated surfaces.
- Prepare a plan outlining the areas from which lead is to be abated. Generally, the EPA allows residential contractors to dispose of lead-based paint (LBP) as household waste. For more extensive work local authorities may require that the plan be filed with the appropriate forms to the agencies with jurisdiction for review and approval. In either case, the contractor will be required to submit copies, together with insurance and other contract requirements, to the general contractor, construction manager or client’s representative.
- Understand the contractor’s compliance with OSHA regulation 29CFR 1926.62, and respirators that comply with 29CFR1910.34, to reflect the degree of exposure in the specific project.
- Schedule and coordinate work site activities with building occupants as well as other consultants and contractors and arrange for proper disposal of lead containing waste created during work activities.
Construction Hazardous Material Compliance Guide - Lead Detection, Abatement and Inspection Procedures has been written with Construction Managers, Construction Engineers, Architects, Facilities Managers and Building Owners in mind.
Key features of Construction Worksite Compliance Guide: Lead include:
- Thirty minute video clip displaying the latest detection and inspection techniques.
- Quick Tips for identifying, abating and disposing of lead
- Guide to understanding and complying with OSHA and EPA regulations
- Case histories, examples of work-related situations based on 30 years of experience
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