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www.kdheks.gov. ASBESTOS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES. Presented by Scott C. Bangert Bureau of Air & Radiation Kansas Department of Health and Environment. BACKGROUND. Greek adjective meaning inextingushible Mineral Serpentine Chrysotile - most commonly used (95%) Amphibole

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www.kdheks.gov

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

asbestos industrial facilities

ASBESTOSINDUSTRIAL FACILITIES

Presented by

Scott C. Bangert

Bureau of Air & Radiation

Kansas Department of Health and Environment

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

background
BACKGROUND
  • Greek adjective meaning inextingushible
  • Mineral
  • Serpentine
    • Chrysotile - most commonly used (95%)
  • Amphibole
    • Amosite, crocidolite, anthophyllite, tremolite, actinolite
  • Rock crushed, milled and graded

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

hazards
HAZARDS
  • Inhalation is primary hazard
  • Smoking and asbestos

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

diseases
DISEASES
  • ASBESTOSIS - scarring (fibrosis) of the lung
  • LUNG CANCER - malignant tumor of the bronchi covering
  • MESOTHELIOMA - cancer of the mesothelium, the lining of the chest/abdominal wall
  • LARYNGEAL CANCER – cancer of the larynx

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

friable vs nonfriable
FRIABLE vs. NONFRIABLE
  • Friable ACM - >1% asbestos that can be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by hand pressure when dry
  • Nonfriable ACM - >1% asbestos that cannot be ......
  • Nonfriable can be made friable by sanding, grinding, abrading, weathering

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

asbestos bans
ASBESTOS BANS
  • Spray-applied surfacing of ACM
    • 1973 NESHAP
    • 1978 NESHAP
  • Thermal System Insulation ACM
    • 1975 NESHAP
  • EPA Asbestos Ban and Phaseout Rule (40CFR 763 subpart I, Sect 762-160 - 763.179)
    • Products still banned
    • Products not banned

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

uses of asbestos
USES OF ASBESTOS
  • Used in over 3600 products
  • Enhance strength
  • Insulation/condensation control
  • Acoustical

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

common acbm
Common ACBM
  • Cement Products – (Cat. II nonfriable)
    • Asbestos pipe & fittings, sheets, shingles
  • Construction Products
    • Wallboard, roofing, siding, pipe insulation
  • Felts & Papers ( Cat I nonfriable)
    • Roofing felts, pipe wrap
  • Floor Coverings (friable)
    • Tile & sheet flooring

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

common acbm1
Common ACBM
  • Paints, coatings, sealants
    • Calking, glazing & patching compounds
    • Plaster & Stucco
    • Textured paints & tile cement
    • Mastics (nonfriable)
    • Fire proofing

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

asbestos regulations
ASBESTOS REGULATIONS
  • OSHA
    • CONSTRUCTION STANDARD
    • GENERAL STANDARD
  • EPA
    • NESHAP
    • WORKER PROTECTION RULE
    • AHERA
  • STATE
    • ASBESTOS CONTROL STATUTE & REGS.

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

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OSHA
  • 29CFR 1910.1001 General Standard
  • 29CFR 1926.1101Construction Standards
  • 29CFR 1910.134 Respiratory

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

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EPA
  • National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) (40 CFR Part 61.145) Demolition/Renovation
  • Asbestos Hazard Environmental Response Act (AHERA) (40 CFR 763)
  • Worker Protection Rule (40 CFR 763.120)

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

state statutes
STATE STATUTES

Asbestos Control Statutes (KSA 65-5301 through 65-5315)

Asbestos Control Regulations (KAR 28-50-1 through 28-50-14)

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

requirements for industrial facilities
Requirements for Industrial Facilities.
  • Inspect and identify all asbestos containing materials
  • Evaluate the Condition of Any Asbestos
  • Train personnel
  • Do not disturb if you don’t have too
  • If the asbestos is going to be disturbed then hire a licensed contractor or use trained employees of the facility to remove

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

training requirements
Training Requirements
  • Awareness – Work around but don’t disturb (janitorial)
  • 16 hour training – Work around and possibly disturb (maintenance)
  • 40 hour training – actively abate

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

demolition of structures and buildings
Demolition of Structures and Buildings
  • Inspect (if safe to do so)
  • Evaluate the Condition of Any Asbestos (friable or nonfriable)
  • Hire a licensed contractor or use trained employees of the facility to remove friable (notification required)
  • After friable is removed - demolish or renovate (notification required)

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

what should you do with damaged buildings debris
What Should You Do With Damaged Buildings & Debris?
  • If unsafe to inspect the assumption must be made that friable asbestos is present
  • Debris should be wetted when disturbed for demolition or loading (Class II Supervisor on site)
  • Sort by trained personnel may be a option
  • Vehicles should be covered when transporting waste that contains or is assumed to contain friable asbestos

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

disposal
Disposal
  • Disposal should be at a landfill approved by KDHE Bureau of Waste Management.
    • Friable – Approved Landfill
    • Nonfriable – to any landfill that will take
  • Burning of debris that contains or is assumed to contain asbestos is prohibited

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments

contacts
CONTACTS
  • KDHE
    • Scott Bangert (785) 296-1689
    • Aaron Short (785) 296-6426
    • Notifications (785) 296-1549
    • Web page www.kdheks.gov
  • EPA
    • Larry Hacker (913) 551-7602
    • http://www.epa.gov/oppt/asbestos/
  • OSHA
    • www.osha.gov
    • www.osha-slc.gov/OshStd_data/1910_1001.html
    • www.osha-slc.gov/OshStd_data/1926_1101.html

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www.kdheks.gov

Our Vision - Healthy Kansans living in safe and sustainable environments