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  1. TECHNICAL GUIDELINES from the leading resource for education and information in the repair industry... ICRI Technical Guideline No. 120.1-2009 AN INTRODUCTION TO: Safety Guidelines and Recommendations for Safety in the Concrete Repair Industry

  2. This guideline presents the recommendations for the safe performance of concrete repair and restoration work. The Illustrations and text describe the process and procedures that have proven to be effective in protecting the workers, building occupants, inspectors and general public from the hazards associated with performance of work in the masonry restoration markets. ICRI Guideline 120.1-2009 Safety Guidelines and Recommendations for Safety in the Concrete Repair Industry Purpose of This Guideline

  3. The safety and health of all who work in this in this industry are of utmost concern. This guideline has been created to be an illustrated tool to be used by the field forces actually performing the work; such as… • Project Managers • Supervisors • Applicators • Inspectors ICRI Guideline 120.1-2009 Safety Guidelines and Recommendations for Safety in the Concrete Repair Industry Who is this guideline for?

  4. Personal Protective Equipment and clothing • Respiratory Protection • Eye Protection and Hearing Protection • Dust and Mist Control • Confined Space, Access Safety and Fall Protection • Suspended Scaffolding • Hand and Power tool safety • Mobile Equipment and Vehicle Safety • And much more…… Guidelines and Recommendations for Safety in the Concrete Repair Industry What is covered?

  5. This guideline is intended to provide guidance on frequently encountered safety issues. It also provides recommendations for how to effectively meet the safety requirements of the job site and OSHA. • Reduced insurance costs. • Reduced management effort and claim costs. • A more efficient and productive environment that yields a more profitable project. • The moral obligation that we have to our workers and to the public to ensure that they do not endure the pain and suffering of a work related injury, illness or even death. Guidelines and Recommendations for Safety in the Concrete Repair Industry Benefits of Using This Guide…

  6. TECHNICAL GUIDELINES from the leading resource for education and information in the repair industry... ICRI Technical Guideline No. 120.1-2009 Find it at WWW.ICRI.ORG Safety Guidelines and Recommendations for Safety in the Concrete Repair Industry Available in Hard Copy or as a PDF download