1.1 - Does the general housekeeping in chemical/waste storage area(s) appear to be in good condition?
1.2 - Do chemical / waste containers appear to be in good condition (ie no visible signs of cracks, leakage, holes, excessive expansion or rust build-up)?
1.3 - Do observed chemical containers have labels or markings indicating the contents?
1.4 - Are liquid chemicals stored in secondary containment / spill tray?
1.5 - Are secondary containment containers or spill trays in good condition (no visible signs of cracks, holes or leakage)?
1.6 - Are fire extinguishers available in the area?
1.7 - Is hazardous waste stored in a separate area?
2.1 - Are chemical spill kits on site?
2.2 - Are liquid chemicals stored in an area away from storm / floor drains?
2.3 - Is the contractor aware of reporting spills immediately to the City’s Spill hotline @ 780-496-6666?
3.1 - Are sedimentation and erosion controls maintained, effective and in good condition?
3.2 - Are soil stockpiles located away from catch basins?
4.1 - Unnecessary vehicle/equipment idling on site?
4.2 - Is tack and/or asphalt material prevented from entering CBs or CB manholes during paving / road surfacing operations?
4.3 - Is the concrete truck drum wash out material disposed properly? Options are at the concrete plant or in an area approved by the City Representative.
4.4 - Are the Spill Reporting Poster and City’s Environmental Policy posted on-site? This applies to construction sites having contractor office / lunchroom trailers.
4.5 - For construction sites with a safety orientation, does the orientation contain Enviso material? The orientation should include spill reporting and anti-idling.
4.6- For construction sites without a safety orientation, does the contractor have documented tailgate / safety talks on environmental issues ie spill reporting and anti-idling?
4.7 - Is an Anti-Idling sign posted on site? This applies to fenced sites with contractor trailers.
4.8 - Does the contractor implement dust control measures?
4.9 - Tidy / Slip tanks are not allowed on the ground within the worksite. The Fire Code only allows them on site if the tank is located on trucks or wheeled trailers.
4.10 - Fuel dispensing tanks located on the ground have completed the City’s Above Ground Fuel Storage Tank (AST) inspection form.
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