Lead / Asbestos Management Work Plans

    1.6.1 Protection of immediate environment

      1.6.2.2 Dust control The techniques adopted for stripping out and for demolition shall minimize the release of dust into the atmosphere. Before the commencement of stripping or demolition in an area of a structure, any existing accumulations of dust in that area shall be collected, placed in suitable containers and removed.

      Reference: “AS 2601 - 1991 The Demolition of Structures” by Standards Australia.

      GLASS only knows of the two aforementioned companies in Australia (CTI Consultants and JBS Environmental) that have sufficient expertise to write Lead / Asbestos Management Work Plans and the Demolition Standard gives precious little guidance on work practices but does at least demand ceiling and wall cavity dust removal prior to demolition:

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