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  PROJECT MANAGER CHECKLIST Project ManagerName and Location of Project: o Is the work being done in a clinical area? (Anywhere patients are seen)Complete an Infection Control Construction PermitCoordinate Interim Life Safety Measures with Campus Police o Will dust be generated during the construction? Dust is capable of activating smoke detectors. If smoke detectors are covered during construction to avoid this, the covers must be removed at the end of each work day. Covering these devices qualifies as an impairment to the system. Notify Risk Manag o Will the contractor be using chemicals such as, but not limited to, paints/thinners, concrete curing compounds, solvents, or cleaners?The contractor must have Material Data Safety Sheets at the job site for review of workers and University personnel. o Will there be any wall or floor penetrations caused by drilling, cutting, or coring operations? Asbestos containing building materials may be affected by such operations. Contact Safety and Health for an evaluation. o Will existing plumbing be demolished? Asbestos containing building materials may be affected by such operations. Contact Safety and Health for an evaluation. o Will existing floor coverings be removed? Asbestos containing building materials may be affected by such operations. Contact Safety and Health for an evaluation. o Will existing fire doors be removed or replaced?Some fire doors may be insulated with asbestos. Contact Safety and Health for evaluation. o Does the project include replacing or demolishing fluorescent lighting?Fluorescent lamps and ballasts that contain PCBs must be handled according to applicable environmental regulations. o Will there be any excavation involved?The contractor must be vigilant of potential environmental concerns during excavation. Such concerns may include petroleum odors, petroleum sheens on groundwater, free product on groundwater, unusually colored soils, evidence of dumping (debris). o Will the excavation disturb an area of ground greater than 1 acre? A Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3) mandated by the Ohio EPA must be developed and followed. o Will the contractor be using machinery that requires periodic refueling.The contractor must furnish Safety and Health with a Spill Prevention and Spill Response Plan. o Will existing structural steel be stripped, altered, cut, welded, or removed?Existing steel may be coated with lead-based coatings that may create a lead-inhalation hazard if torch-cut, ground, or welded to. Steel may be covered with asbestos-containing spray-on fireproofing. Contact Safety and Health for an evaluation. o Does the renovation require the removal of fume hoods or related air ducts? Contact Safety and Health for evaluation of asbestos or chemical hazards. o  Are there any chemicals in the space to be renovated?Contact Safety and Health for disposal options. o Will the work being performed cause impairment to the fire detection and/or the fire suppression systems?Risk Management must be notified in advance of the impairment of any device (smoke detectors, heat detectors, pull stations, or alarm panels). Long term impairment may require instituting a fire watch. o Will there be any hot work such as welding, brazing, torch cutting, metabo cutting or grinding?The contractor must have a written hot work program for fire prevention and fire watch if necessary. No hot work is permitted within one hour of the end of a shift unless a fire watch is maintained.Instructions: Review each of these questions prior beginning of work. The checklist is divided into two sections. The first section requires action if the answer to each question is Yes . The second section requires action if the answer to the question is No . Some questions may not be applicable to your project. SECTION 1   Dust is capable of activating smoke detectors. If smoke detectors are covered during construction to avoid this, the covers must be removed at the end of each work day. Covering these devices qualifies as an impairment to the system. Campus Police for Interim Life Safety Measures 248763732.xlsx.ms_officePrinted: 10/24/2014  PROJECT MANAGER CHECKLIST o Will construction work be performed adjacent to occupied offices or classrooms?The migration of construction dust or odors must be prevented from impacting the occupied areas. This may include sealing all cracks, wall penetrations, or other openings joining the construction and occupied areas. o Is it possible to separate the construction area from the other areas of the building using existing doors and walls?Critical barriers must be erected if existing doors and walls are not adequate to prevent the migration of fumes, dust, odors, or people to or from the construction zone. o Will there be noise or vibration? Consideration should be given for the use off mufflers or other attenuating devices or work should be scheduled for hours when the least number of people will be affected. o Will oil based paint be used in finishing operations?Such painting must be performed outdoors or off-site. o Will there be open holes and trenches?The contractor is responsible for providing secure coverings to prevent trip/fall hazards. o Will there be a possibility of falling materials/debris from work area or scaffolds?The contractor must prevent falling objects by using catch platforms or restrict access to the fall zone by erecting appropriate barriers. o Is there a need to control vehicular and pedestrian traffic if the project is outdoors?The contractor must develop a plan if vehicular or pedestrian traffic is affected. o Does the project inculde the installation of a large air pollution source such as a boiler? A Permit To Install (PTI) may required on HSC. Then converted to a Permit to Operate (PTO). A Permit to Install and Operate may be required on MC.Notify Safety and Health 6 months before construction begins. o Does the project include the installation of a small air pollution source such as a small boiler, gasoline tank or dispenser, or paint booth?Notify Safety and Health 6 months before construction begins in order to determine permit requirements. o Does the project include the removal or demolition of a large air pollution source such as a boiler?Notify Safety and Health so that the unit may be removed from our air pollution inventory. o Does the project include the installation, removal, or replacement of an emergency generator?Notify Safety and Health so that our air pollution inventory may be updated. o Does the Project require draining of HVAC fluids when modifying or repairing an HVAC system?The University is required to notify the City of Toledo before discharging such fluids. Plan on the approval process to consume at least 2 weeks o Does the contractor have a plan in place if a spill of hazardous materials occurs? The contractor must have a written plan for containing and cleaning the spills of any hazardous, or nuisance chemicals that are used in their work. o Does the contractor have a program to identify hazards to the public? The contractor must ensure the public's safety by defining and securing the construction zone. o Is the work area locked when the contractor is not there?The contractor is responsible for securing the work area against accidental or purposeful intrusion of the construction zone. o Does the contractor have a plan to assure good housekeeping? The contractor is responsible for maintaining public walkways and roads adjacent to the construction zone. o Will safe egress through or adjacent to the construction area be maintained? Alternate routes shall be posted if egress is not maintained. Section 2 248763732.xlsx.ms_officePrinted: 10/24/2014

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