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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

In protective coating work, what is a "competent person" supposed to do?

manage quality control of coating operations
instruct others in blasting and painting
identify hazards on lead paint removal jobs and take steps to mitigate them
assure there are no holidays, especially pinholes, in critical coating work such as tank lining

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