Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-332a-4 - Recordkeeping

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) The asbestos contractor shall maintain records of all asbestos abatement projects which it performs and shall provide a complete copy of these records to the facility owner upon completion of the project. The asbestos contractor and facility owner shall retain the records for thirty (30) years following completion of the project. These records shall be available to the Department upon request.
(b) The asbestos contractor shall record the following information for each project.
(1) The location and description of the project and the estimated amount and type of asbestos involved in each project;
(2) The start and completion dates of the project;
(3) A summary of the procedures used to comply with Sections 19a-332a-5 to 19a-332a-12;
(4) The name and address of the authorized asbestos disposal facility and verification from the authorized asbestos disposal facility indicating the amount of asbestos received for disposal;
(5) The methodology and results of all air sampling conducted during the abatement process;
(6) A complete list of the names and social security numbers of asbestos abatement workers, asbestos abatement site supervisors and other agents involved in the asbestos abatement activity and working for the asbestos contractor on that project and individuals entering the enclosed work area;
(7) A log of control of access to the work area;
(8) All records for compliance with the requirements of OSHA, Conn OSHA, DEP and EPA regulations; and,
(9) Documentation to demonstrate compliance with the post abatement reoccupancy criteria established by Section 19a-332a-12.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-332a-4
Effective December 27, 1990; Amended March 8, 2004

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