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Demolition 29 CFR 1926, Subpart T. Overview of the OSHA regulation . Preparations Pre-job survey By competent person Determine structural integrity Have evidence in writing. 1a. Overview of the OSHA regulation . Preparations All utilities shut off

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overview of the osha regulation
Overview of the OSHA regulation
  • Preparations
    • Pre-job survey
    • By competent person
    • Determine structural integrity
    • Have evidence in writing

1a

overview of the osha regulation3
Overview of the OSHA regulation
  • Preparations
    • All utilities shut off
    • Needed utilities relocated to temporary hook-up
    • Identify hazards & guard (glass)
    • Cover all floor openings not to be used

1a

stairs passageways ladders
Stairs, Passageways, & Ladders
  • Close those not to be used
    • Maintain only those for access
  • Proper illumination needed

2a

chutes
Chutes
  • No dropping of materials outside the building w/o protection (chute)
  • Totally enclose chutes 45 degrees & greater
  • End of chute guarded

2b

masonry removal
Masonry Removal
  • Do not overload floors with materials from other floors or components
  • Totally enclose chutes 45 degrees & greater
  • Safe access to scaffolds & walkways required

2b

floor removal
Floor Removal
  • Provide adequate work surfaces for employees
    • Minimum 2X10 (undressed) planks
    • Openings less than 16”

3a

using equipment for removal
Using Equipment for Removal
  • Check structure’s ability to support load
    • Provide curbs to prevent driving over edge
    • Meet all aspects of Subparts N & O

3b

storage
Storage
  • Debris on floors must not exceed allowable floor loads

3c

mechanical demolition
Mechanical Demolition
  • Keep employees out of work area
    • Remove heavy building attachments prior to demo
    • Cut steel prior to pulling over
    • Competent person must oversee job

3d

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