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This page intentionally blank,OSHAcademy Course 815 Study Guide. Demolition Safety,Copyright 2017 Geigle Safety Group Inc. No portion of this text may be reprinted for other than personal use Any commercial use of. this document is strictly forbidden, Contact OSHAcademy to arrange for use as a training document. This study guide is designed to be reviewed off line as a tool for preparation to successfully. complete OSHAcademy Course 815, Read each module answer the quiz questions and submit the quiz questions online through. the course webpage You can print the post quiz response screen which will contain the correct. answers to the questions, The final exam will consist of questions developed from the course content and module quizzes.
We hope you enjoy the course and if you have any questions feel free to email or call. OSHAcademy,15220 NW Greenbrier Parkway Suite 230,Beaverton Oregon 97006. www oshatrain org,instructor oshatrain org,1 888 668 9079. Disclaimer, This document does not constitute legal advice Consult with your own company counsel for advice on compliance with all applicable state and. federal regulations Neither Geigle Safety Group Inc nor any of its employees subcontractors consultants committees or other assignees. make any warranty or representation either express or implied with respect to the accuracy completeness or usefulness of the information. contained herein or assume any liability or responsibility for any use or the results of such use of any information or process disclosed in this. publication GEIGLE SAFETY GROUP INC DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY. WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE Taking actions suggested in this document does not guarantee. that an employer employee operator or contractor will be in compliance with applicable regulations Ultimately every company is responsible. for determining the applicability of the information in this document to its own operations Each employer s safety management system will be. different Mapping safety and environmental management policies procedures or operations using this document does not guarantee. compliance regulatory requirements,Revised September 24 2018. This page intentionally blank,Course 815,Course Introduction 1.
Module 1 Demolition Basics Program Elements 2,Demolition Defined 2. Demolition Safety Program 2,Contractor Preparation 2. The Safety Report 3,The Engineering Survey 3,The Engineering Survey Report 4. Locating Utilities 5,Training 6,Module 1 Quiz 7, Module 2 Fire Prevention Medical Services and Security 8. Formal Fire Prevention and Protection Plan 8,Heating devices 8.
Roadways 9,Storing Materials 9,Control Center 9,Water Supply 10. Fire Extinguishers 10,Medical Services First Aid and Security 10. Course 815,Medical Services 10,First Aid 11,Security 11. Module 2 Quiz 12, Module 3 Hazards Associated with Building Demolition 13. Hazardous Materials 13,Primary Hazards 13,Primary Types of Accidents 14.
Structural Instabilities 14,Unsecured Hazard in the Work Area 15. Utilities 15,Assessing for Hazardous Substances 15. Eliminating Hazardous Substances 16,Walkways and Access 16. Illumination 16, Safe Work Practices When Working in Confined Spaces 16. Module 3 Quiz 18, Module 4 Demolition of Pre Stressed Concrete Structures 20.
Pre stressed Concrete Defined 20,Pre stressed Concrete Structures 20. Categories of Pre Stressed Construction 21,Pre tensioned Members 21. Precast Units Stressed Separately 22,Monolithic Structures 22. Course 815,Progressively Pre Stressed Structures 22. Module 4 Quiz 23,Module 5 Special Structures Demolition 25.
Inspection and Planning 25,Safe Work Practices 25,More Safe Work Practices 26. Demolition by Deliberate Collapse 27,Using Explosives 27. Module 5 Quiz 28,Module 6 Removing Debris and Cleanup 30. Dropping Construction Debris 30,Removing Walls and Masonry Sections 31. Module 6 Quiz 33,Module 7 Controlling Asbestos Exposure 35.
What is Asbestos 35,Asbestos Health Hazards 35,Hazard Location 35. Reducing Asbestos Hazards 36,Exposure Limits 36,Training 37. Module 7 Quiz 39,Module 8 Controlling Lead Exposure 41. Exposure to Lead 41,Permissible Exposure 41,Course 815. Health Effects of Lead Exposure 41,Personal Hygiene for Exposure to Lead Dust 42.
Hazard Controls for Lead 43,Respiratory Protection 43. Lead Safety Training 44,Module 8 Quiz 45,Module 9 Controlling Silica Exposure 47. Exposure to Silica 47,Silicosis Symptoms 47,How Silica is Generated 47. Visible and Respirable Dust 48,Exposure Limits 48,Collecting an Air Sample 49. Controlling Exposure 49,More Best Practices 50,Training 50.
Module 9 Quiz 52,Endnotes 53,Course 815,Course Introduction. From 2009 to 2013 OSHA issued nearly 1 000 citations for violations of OSHA s construction. demolition standards, The American National Standards Institute ANSI in its ANSI A10 6 1983 Safety Requirements. For Demolition Operations states, No employee shall be permitted in any area that can be adversely affected when demolition. operations are being performed Only those employees necessary for the performance of the. operations shall be permitted in these areas, Demolition workers face many hazards and their lives should not be sacrificed because of. deliberate neglect of demolition fundamentals said Assistant Secretary of Labor for. Occupational Safety and Health Dr David Michaels Employers must ensure that all workers. involved in a demolition project are fully aware of hazards and safety precautions before work. begins and as it progresses, Demolition work involves many of the same hazards associated with construction work.
However demolition also poses additional hazards due to unknown factors such as deviations. from the structure s original design approved or unapproved modifications that altered the. original design materials hidden within structural members and unknown strengths or. weaknesses of damaged materials, To counter these unknowns all personnel involved in a demolition project need to be fully. aware of these types of hazards and the safety precautions available to control these hazards. This Safety Health course includes information on demolition safety and the elements of a. demolition safety program as detailed in 29 CFR 1926 Subpart T Demolition. Watch this interesting video on demolition by the Iowa Department of Transportation. Copyright 2017 Geigle Safety Group Inc Page 1 of 53. Course 815,Module 1 Demolition Basics Program Elements. Demolition Defined, Demolition is the dismantling razing destroying or wrecking of any building or structure or any. part thereof The method most widely used in building demolition is called mechanical. demolition which involves the use of specialized equipment such as excavators equipped with. tools for crushing concrete and shearing steel, High rise structures may be brought down using implosion methods using specialized. explosives Finally specialized demolition may require the use of hand held pneumatic. hydraulic and electrical power tools to break up cut chip and drill on smaller projects. Demolition Safety Program, To combat the hazards associated with demolition work it is important that the employer.
establish an effective Demolition Safety Program Everyone at a demolition worksite must be. fully aware of the hazards they may encounter and the safety precautions they must take to. protect themselves and their employees,Contractor Preparation. Before the start of every demolition job the demolition contractor should take a number of. steps to safeguard the health and safety of workers at the job site. These preparatory operations involve the overall planning of the demolition job including. the methods to be used to bring the structure down. the equipment necessary to do the job, the measures to be taken to perform the work safely. Copyright 2017 Geigle Safety Group Inc Page 2 of 53. Course 815,The contractor should also plan for,the wrecking of the structure. the equipment to do the work,manpower requirements. the protection of the public, The safety of all workers on the job site should be a prime consideration.
The Safety Report, The development of a safety report specific to the demolition project is critical to planning the. project The safety report should include but is not limited to the following components. an engineering survey completed by a competent person before any demolition work. takes place including the condition of the structure and the possibility of an unplanned. locating securing and or relocating any nearby utilities. fire prevention and evacuation plan,emergency first aid and security services. an assessment of health hazards completed before any demolition work takes place. training requirements, See this sample of a Building Demolition Plan that includes a comprehensive engineering survey. at Attachment B,The Engineering Survey, The most common citation issued was for failure to conduct an engineering survey to. determine the condition of the structure prior to demolition This includes determining. whether an unplanned collapse of the building or any adjacent structure would injure those. working in the vicinity The demolition contractor must maintain a written copy of this survey. Copyright 2017 Geigle Safety Group Inc Page 3 of 53. Course 815, The engineering survey provides the demolition contractor with the opportunity to evaluate the.
job in its entirety The purpose of the engineering survey is to determine the condition of the. framing floors and walls so that measures can be taken if necessary to prevent the. premature collapse of any portion of the structure All the following should be addressed in the. Competent person Prior to starting all demolition operations ensure a competent. person conducts an engineering survey of the structure. Adjacent structures Check any adjacent structure s or improvements Photographing. existing damage in neighboring structures is also advisable The contractor should also. plan for potential hazards such as fires cave ins and injuries. Damaged structures If the structure has been damaged by fire flood explosion or. some other cause take appropriate measures including bracing and shoring of walls. and floors to protect workers and any adjacent structures. Hazardous substances Determine if any type of hazardous chemicals gases explosives. flammable materials or similarly dangerous substances have been used in any pipes. tanks or other equipment on the property When the presence of any such substances. is apparent or suspected testing and purging must be performed and the hazard. eliminated before demolition is started, Protective equipment Determine the safety equipment needs In demolition. operations PPE may include,o eye face head hand and foot protection. o respiratory protection,o hearing protection,o personal fall arrest systems PFAS. o other protective clothing,The Engineering Survey Report. The engineering survey should result in a formal written report that should include each of. the following sections, Copyright 2017 Geigle Safety Group Inc Page 4 of 53.
Course 815, building characteristics i e construction type structure size height structural. hazards enclosed confined spaces wall ties shoring types and locations. protection for adjacent structures,methods for demolition. methods to protect the public,protection of utilities overhead and underground. protection of above and below ground tanks,hazardous materials removal. blasting requirements 29 CFR 1926 Subpart U Blasting Safety Requirements. training requirements, See this sample of a Building Demolition Plan that includes a comprehensive engineering survey.
at Attachment B,Locating Utilities, One of the most important elements of the pre job planning is the location of all utility services. Make sure all electric gas water steam sewer and other services lines are shut off capped or. otherwise controlled at or outside the building before demolition work is started Other best. practices include the following, Any utility company that is involved should be notified in advance and its approval or. services if necessary should be obtained, If it is necessary to maintain any power water or other utilities during demolition. temporarily relocate and or protect those lines as necessary. Determine the location of all overhead power sources as they can prove especially. hazardous during any machine demolition, Inform all workers of the location of any existing or relocated utility service. Copyright 2017 Geigle Safety Group Inc Page 5 of 53. Course 815, Under the OSH Act Public Law 91 596 employers have a responsibility to provide a safe.
workplace for employees Employers must instruct employees how to recognize and avoid or. remove hazards that may cause an injury or illness based on their assigned duties Certain. OSHA construction standards require that employees receive training in specific topics. Employers must provide this safety training in a language and vocabulary their workers can. understand, Employees working on demolition projects may need training in topics including. Demolition work involves many of the same hazards associated with construction work However demolition also poses additional hazards This course includes information on demolition safety and the elements of a demolition safety program as detailed in 29 CFR 1926 Subpart T Demolition Demolition Safety

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