Construction Hazardous Materials Compliance Guide

Construction Hazardous Materials Compliance Guide

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While it would appear that contractors are not affected by the liabilities of the work of others, it is important that they understand the documentation that establishes culpability and the terms of restitution. A qboots on the groundq approach to the pre and post construction inspections as well as all activities in between, Construction Worksite Compliance Guide: Mold provides expert time saving tips to ensure that the job is done right the first time and according to state and Federal regulation. In this book, Woodson shares over 30 years of real-world experience for planning and monitoring the daily work activities on mold contaminated worksites. Packed with checklist, tables and qquick lookupq materials, this manual provides a step by step approach for monitoring workers who are performing the activities specified in a mold abatement work plans. Expert advice for avoiding liabilities of the work of others Packed with checklists, tables, and qquick lookupq materials Tips for conducting pre and post worksite inspections Step by step approach to planning and monitoring the daily worksite activitiesThe work area and areas used by remediation workers for egress should be cleaned with a damp cloth or mop and a ... Such persons should receive training on proper cleanup methods, personal protection, and potential health hazards.

Title:Construction Hazardous Materials Compliance Guide
Author:R. Dodge Woodson
Publisher:Butterworth-Heinemann - 2012-10-18


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