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LDEQ Demolition Inspector Training. by Jodi G. Miller LDEQ Air Permits Division With Assistance from Betty Brousseau Michael Drury Kevin Cousins LDEQ Surveillance Division Initial: September 19, 2006 Revised: October 2, 2006. LDEQ Demolition Inspector Training.

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ldeq demolition inspector training

LDEQ Demolition Inspector Training

by

Jodi G. Miller

LDEQ Air Permits Division

With Assistance from

Betty Brousseau

Michael Drury

Kevin Cousins

LDEQ Surveillance Division

Initial: September 19, 2006

Revised: October 2, 2006

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LDEQ Demolition Inspector Training

Katrina destroyed many homes. Many of the older homes that will be demolished have asbestos-containing materials (ACM). Homes that have been identified or assumed to have ACM must be handled in a special way to ensure that there is no release of asbestos fibers, which could violate the federal and state rules governing asbestos removal (LESHAP).

The purpose of this class is to review the Demo Inspector checklist and LESHAP regulations to ensure that you understand what is required during the demolition process.

Introduction

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LDEQ Demolition Inspector Training

Demo Inspector Checklist

If demolition is being conducted by the homeowner (or their contractor) then LESHAP is not applicable.

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Demo Inspector Checklist

Revised 9/8/06

For asbestos questions call Kevin Cousins @ 225-572-4006, 225-315-8913 or Mickey Drury @ 985-373-7481

For debris, HHW, white goods, landfill questions, call Wayne Desselle @ 504-919-9355 or 504-736-7712.

demo inspector checklist
Demo Inspector Checklist

If demolition is being conducted by the homeowner (or their contractor) then LESHAP is not applicable.

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Demo Inspector Checklist

Revised 9/8/06

For asbestos questions call Kevin Cousins @ 225-572-4006, 225-315-8913 or Mickey Drury @ 985-373-7481

For debris, HHW, white goods, landfill questions, call Wayne Desselle @ 504-919-9355 or 504-736-7712.

racm demo assessment guidelines
RACM Demo Assessment Guidelines

As presented by the Surveillance Division:

Introduction

Finding the Site

Arriving Onsite

The Hot Zone

Asbestos Accreditations

Air Monitoring

Rolling on RACM Debris with Heavy Equipment

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RACM Demo Assessment Guidelines

As presented by the Surveillance Division:

Recycling of Non-RACM Debris

Wetting of Debris

The Burrito Wrap

ADVF

Debris Management

Paperwork

TEMPO Entry Guidelines

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RACM Demo Assessment Guidelines

As presented by the Surveillance Division:

Transmittal Sheet Preparation Guidelines for SERO Personnel

Miscellaneous

c: RACM Demo Assessment Guidelines

leshap compliant asbestos disposal sites
LESHAP Compliant Asbestos Disposal Sites
  • http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/portal/Portals/0/permits/AsbestosandLead/Recognized%20Friable%20Asbestos%20Landfills%20Rev%205-24-06.xls
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LESHAP Compliant Asbestos Disposal Sites
  • http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/portal/Portals/0/permits/AsbestosandLead/Recognized%20Friable%20Asbestos%20Landfills%20Rev%205-24-06.xls
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LESHAP Compliant Asbestos Disposal Sites
  • http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/portal/Portals/0/permits/AsbestosandLead/Recognized%20Friable%20Asbestos%20Landfills%20Rev%205-24-06.xls
leshap compliant asbestos disposal sites3
LESHAP Compliant Asbestos Disposal Sites
  • http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/portal/Portals/0/permits/AsbestosandLead/Recognized%20Friable%20Asbestos%20Landfills%20Rev%205-24-06.xls
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LESHAP Compliant Asbestos Disposal Sites
  • http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/portal/Portals/0/permits/AsbestosandLead/Recognized%20Friable%20Asbestos%20Landfills%20Rev%205-24-06.xls
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LESHAP Compliant Asbestos Disposal Sites
  • http://www.deq.louisiana.gov/portal/Portals/0/permits/AsbestosandLead/Recognized%20Friable%20Asbestos%20Landfills%20Rev%205-24-06.xls
types of concerns to look for in the field
Types of Concerns to Look For in the Field

Description: The hose from the water truck (parked on Hwy 23) was unable to reach the back of the demolition site.  This area was not being wet down during demolition.

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Types of Concerns to Look For in the Field

Description: Excavator rolling on RACM Debris

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Types of Concerns to Look For in the Field

Description: Unmanned water hose (see arrow)

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Types of Concerns to Look For in the Field
  • Description: Excavator rolling on RACM debris
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Types of Concerns to Look For in the Field

Description: Dust emissions from RACM debris due to inadequate wetting.

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Types of Concerns to Look For in the Field

Description: Incomplete burrito wrap; the front of the truck was not lined.

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Types of Concerns to Look For in the Field

Description: Incomplete burrito wrap; the top of the burrito bag was not sealed.

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Types of Concerns to Look For in the Field

Description: Burrito wrap taped over the trailer crossbar.  This would prevent the burrito bag from sliding out in one piece.

additional comments
Additional Comments

Supervisors need to be aware of the demo protocol.

Need for adequate supervision at sites; more than just the excavator operator and the hose man.

Most of the problems we have encountered were due to inadequate supervision.

Rolling on RACM Debris is not allowed under any circumstances.

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Additional Comments

Burrito wrap:

  • Leak-tight container (Complete bag or glue &/or taping)
  • The idea is for the bag to slide out in one piece. No gluing of the bag to the sides of the trailer; do not tape the top of the bag over the trailer crossbar
  • Clear plastic or polyethylene is required
  • Need tape and/or glue (must be secure)
  • Back flap under side flaps, front flap over side flaps
  • Generator label - prefer indelible marker

In practice, DEQ only requires tape or glue…just as long as the wrap is sealed and holds up in transport. (recent problems)

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Additional Comments

Wetting of Debris:

  • Structure must be wet down before the demolition begins.
  • Excavator should not be working unless there is somebody working the water hose.
  • Must have properly operating equipment (hoses in good shape, adequate pressure).
  • Mention pressure washer attachment; still must use a large volume hose for the roof.
  • If two pieces of equipment are working, may need two water hoses.
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Additional Comments

Asbestos Accreditations:

  • Hot zone workers, equipment operators, air-monitors, and supervisors must have their LDEQ asbestos accreditation certificate and photo ID; or LDEQ asbestos accreditation ID onsite.
  • Copy of LDEQ accreditation certificate & own ID picture ID is allowed.
health safety issues
Health & Safety Issues

Level D Protection is Required in the affected areas:

This includes:

Type 2 Safety vests

Hard hats

Wrap around Eye protection

Steel toe boots

Safety equipment can be purchased from WW Grainger

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Health & Safety Issues

Level D Protection is Required in the affected areas:

Staff are also required to wear:

Long pants

LDEQ T-shirts or other LDEQ shirts for identification

Reminder: Tetanus shots should be up to date

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Health & Safety Issues

Take care not to step on:

- Broken glass

- Nails

Stay out of the “hot zone”

For personal safety, the following is recommended:

- Sunscreen

- Insect repellent

- Bottled Water (which can be picked up from 1st floor loading dock)

questions
Questions

Field Contacts:

Kevin Cousins 504-736-7736 W

225-572-4006 cell

225-315-8913 alternate cell; or

Mickey Drury 985-373-7481 cell

Office Contact:

Jodi Miller 225-219-3004 W

Revised 10-02-06