Hazardous Materials on a Construction Site? Six Steps a Contractor Should Take

Source: https://learn.aiacontracts.com/, December 20, 2022

It is not uncommon for contractors to encounter hazardous materials like asbestos on a construction site, especially when working on buildings that were constructed prior to the 1976 enactment of the Toxic Substances Control Act that banned the use of PCB manufactured products.  From a risk management perspective, both in terms of individual and project well-being, it is important for a contractor to understand how to respond when they discover hazardous materials. Read more.

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