• Project Description

1.0 Air Quality

  • Are dust control methods bring used, such as misting systems, dust boss, and ventilation to minimize dust being generated?

  • Is equipment >50 hp fitted with a DPF or other emission control device, or use a tier4 engine?

  • Are Camp meters in place upwind and downwind of where the work is happening?

  • Are all pieces of equipment inventoried with a MTACC sticker?

2.0 Noise and Vibration

  • Are noise readings being taken for all pieces of equipment?

  • Are noise blankets, mufflers being used in loud areas?

  • Are backup alarms community sensitive?

3.0 Stormwater/ Erosion and Sediment Control/ Dewatering

  • Are all equipment washing operations performed in a manner so as to minimize any adverse impact on storm water catchbasins?

  • Are access streets free of soil carryover or sediment runoff?

  • Are all catch basins protected with filter fabric or other device? Are the inserts being maintained?

  • Are catchbasins adjacent to chemical and waste storage areas free of signs of contaminated runoff?

  • Is ground water being collected and managed with a NYC deposit permit?

  • Are daily flows and pH being recorded?

  • Are stockpiles covered to minimize Sediment from leaving the work site?

4.0 Chemical Product and Waste Management

  • Are chemical and waste areas kept segregated and appropriately labeled?

  • Are paint and solvent containers stored in fire safety cabinets

  • Are product containers completely emptied (<1” product left) before discarding as trash?

  • Are mobile oil/diesel containers provided with containment and labeled with product name and container capacity? Is secondary containment free of accumulated product?

  • Are spill/drip pans used under equipment such as cranes and pipe threaders?

  • Are raw materials stored on pallets and open materials stored on spill pallets?

  • Are all containers labeled with contents and waste drums/containers labeled properly?

  • Are roll off containers covered at the end of the shift?

  • Is used oil being generated?

  • Is the storage tank registered with the DEC and comply with DEC PBS requirements?

  • Is used oil stored in drums?

  • Is the oil drum in secondary containment?

5.0 Spill Prevention and Response

  • Are all stationary product tanks registered with DEC?

  • If yes, are the registration accurate and current. Do the tanks comply with applicable DEC requirements (label, color code, containment, gauge)?

  • Are spill kits available and accessible? Are spill kits at chemical/waste storage areas inspected weekly and replenished?

6.0 General Site Conditions

  • Is housekeeping being performed and site generally clean?

  • Is vector control in place?

Conclusion and auditor's comments

  • Are boxes being labeled and maintained?

  • Date of audit completed

  • Signature of auditor

  • Date of auditor's signature

  • Signature of auditee

  • Date of auditee's signature

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