Back to ANSI/ASSP A10.49-2015 Control of Chemical Health Hazards in Construction and Demolition Operations
This standard establishes the minimum requirements for controlling health risks from chemicals and toxic substances used or encountered in construction and demolition operations. It establishes procedures for identifying and evaluating chemical hazards and exposures, and for selecting and using appropriate controls and practices to reduce health risks.
Table of Contents
2. Referenced Standards
4. Roles & Responsibilities
5. Pre-Job Health Hazard Analysis (JHHA)
5.1 Evaluate Chemical Use Tasks (Step 1)
5.2 Evaluate Contaminant Generating Tasks (Step 2)
5.3 Plan the Use of Controls to Address Hazards & Exposures (Step 3)
6. Implementation and Ongoing Assessment
6.1 Checks for Changed Conditions that Could Affect Exposure Potential or
6.2 Checks on Effectiveness of Controls
6.3 Exposure Assessments
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