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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-98-180

Safety and Health on Bridge Repair, Renovation and Demolition Projects


A-1. Competent Person Assignment Form
A-2. Qualified Person Assignment Form
B. Supervisor's Report of Injuries and Illnesses
C. New Hire Safety Orientation Training Record Form


Employee Training Record Form
E. First Aid Log
F. Sample Permit-Required Confined Space Entry Permit
G. Lead Standard Summary Information Fact Sheets
H. Connecticut DOT Lead Health Protection Program
I. CPWR Model Specifications
J. 29 CFR 1962.62 and Appendices
K. MOSH Construction Self-Inspection Checklist
L. OSHA Focused Inspections Initiative Information
M. Sample Site-Specific Safety Plan for a Bridge Repair and Repainting Project
N. "Ventilating Containment Structures During Abrasive Blasting"
O. List of Project Workshop Participants
P. Job Hazard Analysis Form
Q. OSHA Silicosis Special Emphasis Program Compliance Directive
R. OSHA Lead-in-Construction Special Emphasis Program Compliance Directive
S. 29 CFR 1910.134 and Appendices
T. List of Project Contractor Reviewers
U. Sample Written Respirator Program


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