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DetailsC22 - An asbestos abatement contractor performs abatement, including containment, encapsulation, or removal, and disposal of asbestos-containing construction materials, as defined in Section 6501.8 of the Labor Code, in and on buildings and structures. All work performed, and all documentation prepared by an asbestos abatement contractor shall be done in accordance with regulations and requirements of the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) of the Department of Industrial Relations.
The Board shall not issue an asbestos abatement contractor license unless the applicant or contractor is duly registered with DOSH pursuant to Section 6501.5 of the Labor Code or has an active application for registration in the process with DOSH. All holders of the C-22 – Asbestos Abatement Contractor classification shall have completed DOSH registration training requirements, as contained in Title 8, California Code of Regulations, Section 1529.
This classification does not include any addition to or alteration, repair, or rehabilitation of the permanently retained portions of such buildings and structures. Hazardous substance removal and remediation, as defined in Section 7058.7 of the Code, are specifically not included in this classification.
- Course Covers
1. ESTIMATING, PLANNING, AND TRAINING (25%) Estimating Planning Training
2. CONTAINMENT AREA PREPARATION (22%) Area notification Containment setup Utility isolation Negative pressure
3. ASBESTOS ABATEMENT METHODS AND DISPOSAL (20%) Asbestos abatement methods ACM disposal
4. DOCUMENTATION (15%) Health records Site activities
5. SAFETY (18%) Site safety Personnel safety
- Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ASB Asbestos Abatement Contractor
Asbestos Site Evaluation
Abatement and Decontamination
Regulations and Reporting
Handing, Transportation and Disposal of ACM
Safety Procedures for Handling ACM
- Sample Questions
1. Personal air sample results reveal levels exceeding the permissible exposure limit. When must the employer inform the affected employees?
a. Within 10 days of receiving the results
b. Within 30 days of receiving the results
c. As soon as Cal/OSHA has been notified of the results
d. As soon as possible after the results have been received*
2. When establishing a regulated work area, where should the decontamination area be located?
a. As close to the waste hauling bin as possible
b. At the nearest location to the project supervisor's office for oversight
c. As close to a water source as possible
d. Connected to the work area *
3. During an indoor asbestos abatement project, which of the following would be the BEST method for ensuring that asbestos fibers do NOT become airborne?
a. Conduct air monitoring constantly throughout the project.
b. Wet ACM constantly throughout the project *
c. Carefully place material into 6-mil double bags
d. Apply negative air to the containment