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The next page shows an example of a form to give to the client, premises owner or occupier. 30 A task manual on non-licenced asbestos work Regarding the removal of textured coating from: (Location) (Address) on: (Date) The removal work consisted of: (Job description) by: (Name of contractor) (Contractor's address) I have checked that textured coating was removed and the area was cleaned thoroughly. I inspected the following areas to make sure that there were no visible traces of dust or debris: (Areas inspected) I am satisfied that the area can be returned to normal use.
Put the used rag in a bag. Get a clean rag, and repeat cleaning until all surfaces are clean. Wiping up debris with a damp rag 24 A task manual on non-licenced asbestos work Re-fold the rag between wiping, and dispose of it once all of its clean surfaces have been used Tape ■ Tape is useful only for removing small dust deposits. Surfaces may need repeated tape applications. ■ Place a strip of tape over the contaminated surface. Peel it off slowly. ■ Put the used tape in a bag. Repeat with a fresh piece.
Use tape and notices to warn others. ■ Ensure adequate lighting. Equipment ■ 500-gauge polythene sheeting and duct tape. ■ Warning tape and notices. ■ Class H vacuum cleaner (BS EN 60335) - see sheet em4. ■ Bucket of water and rags. ■ Asbestos waste container, eg labelled polythene sack. ■ Clear polythene sack. 46 A task manual on non-licenced asbestos work Personal protective equipment (PPE) - see sheet em6 ■ Provide: - disposable overalls fitted with a hood; - boots without laces (laced boots are hard to decontaminate); and - respiratory protective equipment.
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