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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-98-180

Safety and Health on Bridge Repair, Renovation and Demolition Projects



ANSI A10.38-1991. Basic Elements of an Employer Program to Provide a Safe and Healthful Work Environment.

ANSI A10.33-1992. Construction and Demolition Operations - Safety and Health Program Requirements for Multi-Employer Projects.

OSHA Instruction STD 3-1.1 Citation Policy Regarding 29 CFR 1926.20, and Related General Safety and Health Provisions.

OSHA, Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines. Federal Register (54 FR 3904). January 26, 1989.

Painting and Decorating Contractors of America. Compliance Manual for OSHA Lead in Construction Regulation, 1994.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Safety and Health Requirements Manual EM 385-1-1. October 1992.

American Road and Transportation Builders Association. Construction Safety Management Manual, 1994.

Novak, J. and Bosch, W.  Components of a Comprehensive Health and Safety Program for Painting Contractors. Journal of Protective Coatings & Linings, pp 80-90,  March 1995.

Center to Protect Workers Rights  Model Specifications for the Protection of Workers from Lead on Steel Structures. 1993.

Connecticut Department of Transportation. Lead Health Protection Program. June 30, 1994.

CAL/OSHA. Your Workplace Injury & Illness Prevention Program. January 1991.

Trimber, Kenneth A. Containment Systems. Industrial Lead Paint Removal Handbook, 2nd ed., pp 91-97, Steel Structures Painting Council Publication 93-02, 1993.

Mickelson, Leroy. "Ventilating Containment Structures during Abrasive Blasting." Journal of Protective Coatings & Linings, pp 46-52, July 1995.

29 CFR Part 1910. Occupational Safety and Health Standards.

29 CFR Part 1926. Safety and Health Regulations for Construction.

OSHA, Instruction CPL 2-2.58, Inspection and Compliance Procedures regarding 1926.62 for Lead Exposure in Construction.

OSHA, Fact Sheet No. OSHA 93-47. Lead Exposure in Construction, Worker Protection Programs, #1 of 6.

OSHA, Fact Sheet No. OSHA 93-48. Lead Exposure in Construction, Engineering Controls, # 2 of 6.

OSHA, Fact Sheet No. OSHA 93-49. Lead Exposure In Construction, Housekeeping and Personal Hygiene Practices, #3 of 6.

OSHA, Fact Sheet No. OSHA 93-50. Lead Exposure in Construction, Protective Clothing, #4 of 6.

OSHA, Fact Sheet No. OSHA 93-51. Lead Exposure in Construction, Respiratory Protection, #5 of 6.

OSHA, Fact Sheet No. OSHA 93-52. Lead Exposure in Construction, Medical Surveillance, #6 of 6.

Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH), Construction Checklist for Self-Inspection.

MOSH, Lead in Construction Fact Sheet, 11/94.

MOSH, Occupational Health Standard for Lead in Construction, 5/94.

Laborers-AGC Education and Training Fund, Lead in Construction--Worker Manual for Structural Steel, 5/94.

Accident Prevention Manual for Industrial Operations: Administration and Programs. Chapters 4 and 9. National Safety Council, 1988.


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