Health and Safety Plan
STOLLAR (R L) AND ASSOCIATES INC DENVER CO
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This Health and Safety Plan HASP addresses the tasks to be performed during the Environmental InvestigationAlternatives Analysis EIAA at Fort Douglas, located on the eastern side of Salt Lake City, Utah. The areas of Fort Douglas that are to be investigated for potential contamination include the military museum, chapel, Noncommissioned Officers NCO club, Officers club, 39 family housing structures three of which are used as administrative offices, three detached garages, three structures associated with a former service station, a swimming pool with related water treatment and bath house buildings, various pole-mounted transformers located throughout the site, two abandoned underground hydrocarbon storage tanks USTs and a location downgradient of a storage yard. The proposed work tasks include sampling and inspecting the buildings for the presence of asbestos and lead-based paint, sampling the transformers for polychlorinated biphenyls PCBs, collecting soil and potentially ground-water samples, and installing ground-water monitoring wells if saturated conditions are observed during drilling. The asbestos survey will be conducted as a separate field program prior to the other field work. The purpose of this plan is to provide specific health and safety requirements for the planned scope of work. It contains guidelines and directives which establish minimum standards for chemical monitoring and exposure control, safety criteria, and emergency response procedures. This plan is written in such a manner as to allow the Site Safety Officer the ability to respond to changing conditions and make professional judgments regarding the interpretation of monitoring data and related control measures.
- Medicine and Medical Research
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry
- Military Forces and Organizations