PRESENTED BY. ASBESTOS HAZARD TRAINING. NAVAL SAFETY CENTER Code 45. P rivate C ontractor W ork. Command shall ensure that contractors are aware of potential hazard and shall maintain strict compliance with 29 CFR 1926.1101 Asbestos Standard. REFERENCES. 29 CFR 1910.1001
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ASBESTOS HAZARD TRAINING
NAVAL SAFETY CENTER
Command shall ensure that
contractors are aware of
potential hazard and
shall maintain strict
compliance with 29
29 CFR 1910.1001
29 CFR 1926.1101
The substitution of asbestos with
The use of engineering,
administrative controls &
personal protective equipment
where substitution is not possible.
Widely used, mineral based
Resistant to heat & corrosive
Fibers may range from coarse
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL)
0.1 Fibers per cubic centimeter of air calculated as an 8 hour
time weighted average (TWA)
Excursion Limit (EL)
1 Fiber per cubic centimeter
averaged over a 30 minute
If potential over-exposure exist, it is
necessary to begin air monitoring,
employee training, and medical
Naval personnel known to have been exposed to airborne concentration above the PEL shall be notified in writing of the exposure 5 days after the finding.
Friable Asbestos - Reduced to
powder by hand pressure when
Non-Friable Asbestos - Usually
found bonded into other materials.
Definition: Friability - the likelihood
that fibers will break loose and become
A rare malignant tumor of the lung
membrane which lines the chest and
A progressively restrictive fibrosis of
the lung and is recognized as a
disabling and fatal occupational
FIBROSIS - A condition marked by the
increase of connective, fibrous tissue.
Malignant tumor of the bronchial tubes,
this disease is more common than the
Asbestos workers who smoke
have a 50 times greater
chance of getting lung
cancer than those who
do not smoke.
SHALL BE WORKED IN
A WET STATE SUFFIC-
IENT TO PREVENT
EMISSION OF AIR-
BORNE FIBERS IN
EXCESS OF PEL.
Eat / Drink
IN THE WORK AREA.
A medical evaluation equal to the pre-placement
evaluation shall be conducted in accordance with the medical surveillance schedule:
Years since first Age of Employee
asbestos exposure 15-35 35-45 45+
0 - 10 Every 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs
10+ Every 5 yrs 2 yrs 1 yr
All personnel who are included in the
asbestos medical surveillance program
shall have the exterior of their health
records and X-ray
A - F
T - Z
G - M
N - S
Personnel involved in
during "rip-out" or
where the PEL is
exceeded shall wear
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Full body, one-piece
Hoods extending beyond the
Medium weight rubber gloves
and a thin cotton under glove
SLIP RESISTANT PLASTIC SHOE COVERS OR
HEAVY POLYETHYLENE SHOE COVERS
WITH SLIP RESISTANT SOLES, OR LIGHT
WEIGHT RUBBER BOOTS.
eye irritation is
1. Development of a respirator
2. Fit testing initially & annually
3. Records are retained
as determined by
Special lunchroom facilities shall be provided for
employees who work in areas where their exposure
is above the PEL.
These facilities shall have a positive pressure,
filtered air supply & should be readily accessible.
Prior to use, employees should have washed their
faces, hands and removed surface asbestos from
clothing & equipment by vacuuming or other
Procedures for the removal of
clothing shall be posted,
including leaving respirator on
while vacuuming clothing and
during clothing removal.
Shower facilities shall be located
between the clean and dirty
Supervisors shall ensure that all
personnel take showers at the end
of each shift.
* Conspicuously displayed anywhere the airborne
concentration exceeds PEL.
* Required protective equipment may be attached
to or be a part of the sign.
D A N G E R
Cancer and Lung Disease Hazard
Authorized Personnel Only
Respirators And Protective Clothing Are Required In This Area
D A N G E R
Avoid Creating Dust
Cancer & Lung
D A N G E R
Contains Asbestos Fibers Avoid Creating Dust Cancer and Lung Disease Hazard
If you are a Naval employee who works with or handles asbestos or may be exposed to asbestos fibers in excess of the action level, then you shall receive the following training upon initial assignment and annually thereafter: