Problem Solving Forum (19)


What environmental and safety precautions need to be taken when removing lead-based paint from the brick on a commercial building adjacent to the sidewalk in a dense urban business district when the removal method is chemical stripping followed by water blasting?


What health and safety precautions should contractors take when applying isocyanate-cured epoxies in the field?


What kind of training and credentials are needed in the U.S. for industrial painters who work near live wires?


Under what circumstances is third-party inspection justified on commercial coating work?


What causes static electricity during abrasive blasting? What risk does it pose, and how can it be controlled?


What confined-space rescue protocol (internal, third party, etc.) have you developed, and why did you choose this plan?


Do you need to wait for the mortar to cure before repainting a brick surface after repointing and power-tool cleaning? If so, how long, and how do you judge when it is safe?


What kind of training and credentials are needed in the U.S. for industrial painters who work near live wires?


When planning containment for blasting, what are the most important factors to consider?


How do you determine whether a lead-bearing coating can be overcoated or removed and replaced?


What is the best way to achieve proper surface preparation in areas with limited access, such as interior box beams on bridges?


What health and safety precautions should contractors take when applying isocyanate-cured epoxies in the field?


What confined-space rescue protocol (internal, third party, etc.) have you developed, and why did you choose this plan?


I understand that the EPA is reluctant to allow the use of nanoparticles in coatings, due to their tendency to persist in the environment. What is the real risk, and how can the nanocoating industry address it?


Where can I find industry standards for air quality during spray painting operations, specifically regarding moisture, oil and particulates?


How should surface preparation be conducted in non-sparking atmospheres?


What environmental and safety precautions must be taken when using chemical stripping and water blasting to remove lead-based paint from a commercial building exterior in an urban business district?


What kind of training and credentials are needed in the U.S. for industrial painters who work near live wires?


What health and safety precautions do contractors have to take when applying isocyanate-cured epoxies in the field?


 
 
   

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