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Committee 120 - Environmental Health and Safety

(Organized 2005)

Develop and report information on environmental health and safety issues related to repair of concrete and masonry.


  1. Develop environmentally and worker friendly repair methods, equipment and materials that will greatly reduce the adverse effects on workers, the public and the earth’s ecosystem;
  2. Develop guidelines for abrasive blasting, concrete demolition and disposal that minimize hazardous airborne particulates;
  3. Promote development of demolition equipment that is quiet, dust free and has low impact on the body;
  4. Develop illustrated guidelines for the repair industry;
  5. Increase industry awareness of need for safety and available resources.

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