Environmental, Health and Safety Services

Asbestos O & M Program


Documentation regarding asbestos abatement projects shall be submitted to the university in accordance with the current "Hazardous Material Abatement Services" contract.


Notifications to regulatory agencies shall be in compliance with these requirements.

Asbestos Plan

A written plan of all work procedures that will be used in the repair, removal, and/or demolition of ACM shall be submitted to the Owner for review and approval at least 10 working days in advance of the first project performed under the "Hazardous Material Abatement Services" contract. Plans are submitted to the contract review committee during the pre-bid process. EHS shall review the plans and provide comments, as necessary, prior to the contract being awarded.

Contractor Final Report

Within 45 days of completion of each asbestos abatement project, the Contractor shall submit to the university (per the contract) a final report consisting of the following:

  • Start and finish date of work performed.
  • Location of work - building and room number.
  • Copies of current licenses for Contractor personnel on site:
    • Asbestos Abatement Contractor
    • Asbestos Supervisor
    • Asbestos Workers
    • Asbestos Project Monitor (if other than Facilities Services)
  • Verification/copy of each Asbestos Worker's medical examination and respriator fit-test record. (No social security numbers, please.)
  • Type and quantities of ACM removed.
  • Copies of all state and federal notifications (if applicable) and permits pertaining to the particular project.
  • Results of all employee exposure monitoring performed.
  • Written log of filter change-out.
  • Landfill documentation and waste manifests.
  • Copies of Supervisor's Daily Log, including worker and visitor sign-in sheets (written legibly).
  • Any other documentation pertinent to the project.
    • Safety Data Sheets
    • Respiratory Protection Program
    • Manufacturer's certifications on vacuums, ventilation equipment, and other equipment required to contain airborne fibers conform to ANSI Z.2-1979.

This documentation shall be retained with the project files (preferrably electronically), and shall be made available to EHS or regulatory authorities upon request.

Note: Documentation submitted shall identify the project number related to where the abatement occurred.