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Section 02 - Part 3 - Hazardous Materials

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  QCS 2010 Section 2 Part 3 Hazardous Materials Page 1 QCS 2010   iIMPERIALTRADING &CONTRACTING CO.W.L.L(ITCC)   3. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS .....................................................................................2  3.1 GENERAL ...................................................................................................................2 3.1.1 Scope 2 3.2 RELEVANT AUTHORITIES .....................................................................................2 3.2.1 Procedures and Contacts 2 3.3 METHOD STATEMENT ...........................................................................................2 3.3.1 Hazardous and Toxic Waste 2 3.4 SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS .......................................................................................3 3.4.1 Public Safety Measures 3 3.4.2 Environmental Safety Measures 3 3.4.3 Documentation 3 3.5 DISPOSAL ..................................................................................................................3 3.5.1 Safe Disposal 3  QCS 2010 Section 2 Part 3 Hazardous Materials Page 2 QCS 2010   iIMPERIALTRADING &CONTRACTING CO.W.L.L(ITCC)   3. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS   3.1 GENERAL   3.1.1 Scope  1 This Part specifies requirements and procedures for the Contractor when encountering potential or known hazardous or toxic waste. 2 Related Parts and Sections are as follows: This Section Part 1 General Part 2 Building Demolition Section 1 General Section 12 Earthworks Related to Buildings Section 28 Landscaping 3.2 RELEVANT AUTHORITIES   3.2.1 Procedures and Contacts  1 The Contractor shall contact and co-ordinate with respective Government agencies in order to ensure correct implementation of approved methods and procedures to be carried out by the Contractor in connection with the removal or containment of hazardous materials. This is especially to be undertaken for the following: (a) Prior to initiation of any work at the Site where known hazardous materials exist. (b) Immediately upon question, suspicion, or finding of hazardous materials during demolition; all work should cease under this situation, with exception of immediate precautions taken to provide containment or until further direction or approval is given by the Engineer. 3.3 METHOD STATEMENT   3.3.1 Hazardous and Toxic Waste  1 When the Contractor’s  operations encounter or expose any abnormal condition which may indicate the presence of a hazardous or toxic waste, such operations are to be discontinued in the vicinity of the abnormal condition and the Engineer is to be notified immediately. The presence of the following may be indicators of hazardous or toxic wastes and are to be treated with extraordinary caution: (a) Tanks or barrels. (b) Discolored earth, metal, wood, ground water, etc. (c) Visible fumes. (d) Abnormal odours. (e) Excessively hot earth. (f) Smoke. (g) Other conditions which appear abnormal. 2 Hazardous materials include, but are not limited to the following: (a) Anhydrous ammonia. (b) Combustible liquids, compressed gasses. (c) Dip tanks, flammable liquids. (d) Hydrogen. (e) Liquid petroleum gasses. (f) Nitrous oxide. (g) Spray finishing.  QCS 2010 Section 2 Part 3 Hazardous Materials Page 3 QCS 2010   iIMPERIALTRADING &CONTRACTING CO.W.L.L(ITCC)   3 Every effort is to be made by the Contractor to minimise the spread of any hazardous or toxic waste into uncontaminated areas. 3.4 SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS   3.4.1 Public Safety Measures  1 The Contractor is to provide all safety measures to protect the public from harmful hazardous materials as required by respective authorities. 2 The Contractor’s  operations will not resume until so directed by the Engineer if any safety measures are found to be inadequate for protection from hazardous material conditions encountered during work. 3.4.2 Environmental Safety Measures  1 The Contractor is to follow and implement all procedures defined or required by related environmental or public safety authorities. These precautions will be taken at all times during the removal or confinement of hazardous materials, whether known or suspected. 2 The Contractor is to have present at the Site, a representative of the related approval authority during removal or confinement work, if it is a requirement the approval authority. 3 If previously defined safety measures are found not to exist for the type of hazardous materials in question, it will be the Contract or’s responsibility to  establish procedures and methodology to be implemented. The procedures and methodology shall be to the approval of the Engineer. 4 Removal or containment work is to be performed under the constant direction and supervision of pre-approved personnel experienced with working with hazardous materials. 3.4.3 Documentation  1 The Contractor is to be responsible for processing and approval of any documentation relating to procedures required by governmental or agencies related to procedures for removal or containment of hazardous materials. 3.5 DISPOSAL   3.5.1 Safe Disposal  1 Disposal of hazardous materials will be made in accordance with the requirements and regulations of the relevant authority. END OF PART
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