Utilities

  • 1. Have all underground and overhead utilities been located properly and thoroughly?

  • Internal Gas

  • High Voltage Lines

  • Communication/Telephone

  • Fiber Optic

  • Other

  • If yes, please explain if they have been terminated or relocated.

Hazardous Materials Information

  • 2. Have we reviewed a Site Specific Hazardous Materials Report?

  • Has Weigand Construction received a letter of abatement from the environmental group that performed the removal of asbestos or any other hazardous material?

  • Date Received letter of abatement.

  • Company who did the abatement

  • Does the report identify any hazards?

  • Lead

  • Asbestos

  • Type of asbestos?

  • Mold

  • Medical Gas

  • Other

  • Will an outside abatement contractor be required?

  • Has the Weigand Safety Department been notified and requested to review/test for environmental hazards?

Demolition Information

  • Will job involve removal or demolition of any materials, resurfacing of floors, or building additions that could disturb any existing material on site?

  • Is another contractor/subcontractor performing demo in the work area?

  • Has an environmental source been requested to monitor/test/review for additional items not identified in original hazardous material report?

  • Has arrangements been made to dispose of hazardous materials?

  • Arrangement for disposal of fluorescent bulbs? Who is responsible contractor?

  • Arrangement for disposal of lighting ballasts? Who is responsible contractor?

  • Arrangement for dumpster? Who is responsible contractor?

  • Arrangement for landfill?

  • Will the demolition require removal of electrical wiring?

  • Does the demolition require Lockout/Tagout plan? If so who is responsible?

  • Will there be any cases that the electrical contractor do any demolition in energized sources?

  • If the above question is answered yes, has Weigand received an arc flash plan for any of this work?

  • Brief description of the arc flash plan.

  • Will the demolition require any demolition of piping systems or mechanical equipment?

  • Will Lockout/Tagout of valves, mechanical equipment be required?

  • Who will be the responsible contractor for the mechanical lockout/tagout?

  • Well adequate lighting be available during the demolition phase?

Materials Involved in the Demolition

  • Ceiling Panels

  • Pipe Insulation

  • Mudded Joints

  • Fire Proofing

  • Exterior Siding

  • Fluorescent Bulbs

  • Lighting Ballasts

  • Roofing Felts

  • Floor Tiles

  • Scratch Coats

  • Transite Paneling

  • Transite Piping

  • Acoustical Plaster (sprayed on or troweled on)

  • Tile Underlay

  • Drywall Plaster

  • Linoleum

  • Other (description)

Personnel Protective Requirements

  • Mandatory: Hard Hats, gloves, 100% eye protection.

  • Dust Masks

  • Hearing Protection

  • Cut Resistant Gloves

  • Paper Coveralls

  • Respiratory Protection

  • If "yes" what type will be used?

  • If "yes" have pulmonary function test been scheduled?

  • If "yes" has fit testing been scheduled?

  • Will fall protection be required?

  • If "yes" description of fall protection measures to be taken.

Access and Egress of Employees and Materials

  • Is an emergency evacuation plan in place?

  • Do stairways have handrails and kept free of debris?

  • What are the means and methods of removing debris from the 2nd floor and above?

Temporary Fire Protection/Preventation Plan

  • Is there a pre-existing fire protection plan?

  • If yes, are sprinklers shut off?

  • If yes, is the fire alarm system shut down?

  • If yes, will the dust set off the fire alarm in the building?

  • If yes, will be using this or disconnecting this Fire Protection System?

  • Using Existing System

  • Disconnecting Existing System

  • If disconnecting, what temporary fire protection system will be in place?

  • Do we have adequate number of fire extinguishers?

Material Handling

  • What type of MHE will be used

  • Will MHE be used inside the building?

  • If yes, will exhaust air scrubbers be used?

  • Will ventilation be required?

  • If so what type?

  • Will negative air machines be required?

  • Will fuel storage be required on site?

  • What type of fuel will be used on site?

  • What is the location of the fuel storage.

  • Fuel Storage Requirements: No fuel to be stored inside a building. > A fire extinguisher rated not less than a 20lb shall be located <25 or >75 ft. > All fuel containers need to be properly labeled identifying the fuel/flammable/no smoking.

  • Weigand Safety

  • Weigand Supervisor

  • Weigand Project Manager

  • Other

  • Other

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