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This standard applies to the demolition of buildings and other structures. This standard is intended to serve as a guide for regulatory bodies and administrative agencies in the formation of laws and regulations. It should be used by demolition contractors or others performing this work. This...
This standard applies to the demolition of buildings and other structures. This standard is intended to serve as a guide for regulatory bodies and administrative agencies in the formation of laws and regulations. It should be used by demolition contractors or others performing this work. This standard is intended to be complete in itself, except that any device, equipment and activity incidental to demolition operations shall be conducted, installed, inspected, maintained and operated in accordance with the requirements in American National Standards for Safety in Construction and Demolition Operations A10 Series, other American National Standards listed in Section 2 and other appropriate standards.
1. General 1.1 Scope 1.2 Purpose 1.3 Application 1.4 Exceptions 2. Referenced Standards 2.1 Related American National Standards 2.2 Other Standards 3. Definitions 4. Preparatory Operations 5. General Protection 6. Public and Other Ground Level Protection 7. Catch Platforms and Scaffolding 8. Warning Devices 9. Fire Protection and Control 9.1 Fire and Evacuation Plan 9.2 Fire Extinguishers 9.3 Standpipes 9.4 Heating Devices 9.5 Cylinders 10. Facilities Arrangements 10.1 Chutes 10.2 Removal of Materials Through Floor Holes 10.3 Stairs, Passageways and Ladders 10.4 Removal of Walls, Foundations, Masonry Sections, and Chimneys 10.5 Manual Removal of Tile Arch Floors 10.6 Storage 10.7 Use of Power Saws 11. Flame Cutting and Related Operations 12. Tank or Vessel Removal 13. Removal of Steel and Special Construction Buildings 14. Machine Demolition 15. Blasting Operations Appendix - Survey of Job Site
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