1 University of Nevada, Reno ASBESTOS AWARENESS TRAINING PROGRAM For workers and building occupants John A Braun, CSP
2 Asbestos Awareness OSHA Standards for Asbestos are: 29 CFR applies to all occupational exposures to asbestos in all industries covered by the Occupational Safety and Health Act 29 CFR applies to exposure to asbestos in construction work
3 Asbestos Awareness Asbestos is a serious health hazard commonly found in our environment. This module is designed to provide an overview of asbestos and its associated hazards. It is important for employees who may work in buildings that contain asbestos to know where it is likely to be found and how to avoid exposure.
4 What is Asbestos?
5 What is Asbestos? Asbestos is the name applied to six naturally occurring minerals that t are mined from the earth. The different types of asbestos are: Amosite Chrysotile Tremolite Actinolite Anthophyllite Crocidolite
6 What is Asbestos? Of these six, three are used more commonly Chrysotile (white asbestos) is the most common, but it is not unusual to encounter Amosite (brown asbestos) Crocidolite (blue asbestos)
7 What is Asbestos? All types of asbestos tend to break into very tiny fibers. Asbestos fibers are identified using a microscope Individual fibers are so small they must be identified using a microscope. Some fibers may be up to 700 times smaller than a human hair.
8 What is Asbestos? Chrysotile Because asbestos fibers are so small, once released into the air, they may stay suspended there for hours or even days.
9 What is Asbestos? Asbestos fibers are virtually indestructible. They are resistant to chemicals and heat, and they are very stable in the environment. They do not evaporate into air or dissolve in water, and they do not brake down over time. Asbestos is probably the best insulator known to man. Because asbestos has so many useful properties, it has been used in over 3,000 different products.
10 What is Asbestos? Usually asbestos is mixed with other materials to actually form the products. Floor tiles, for example, may contain only a small percentage of asbestos. Depending on what the product is, the amount of asbestos in asbestos containing materials (ACM) may vary from 1%-100%. 100%
11 Where is Asbestos Found?
12 Where is Asbestos Found? Examples of products that might contain asbestos are: Sprayed-on fire proofing and insulation in buildings Insulation for pipes and boilers Wall and ceiling insulation Ceiling & Floor tiles Putties, caulks, and cements Roofing shingles Siding shingles on old residential buildings Wall and ceiling texture in older buildings and homes Joint compound in older buildings and homes Brake linings and clutch pads
13 At UNR, Asbestos may be found in: Sprayed-on insulation in locations such as various mechanical rooms, steel reinforcing i beams, and some ceilings in older buildings Ceiling tiles in buildings built prior to 1981 Piping Insulation Most 9" floor tiles in buildings built prior to 1981 A few 12" floor tiles in buildings built prior to 1981 Insulation around pipes and boilers, and Interiors of fire doors
14 Where is Asbestos? Buildings that have asbestos-containing materials in them will have notices posted near the main entrances, frequently near the fire alarm panel.
15 Where is Asbestos? Pipe and boiler insulation that contains asbestos will be labeled with identifying stickers and placards.
16 Where is Asbestos? Asbestos-containing ceiling tiles will not be labeled or marked. These tiles cannot be differentiated from other tile by visual means - they must be analyzed by a laboratory test.
17 When is Asbestos Dangerous?
18 When is Asbestos Dangerous? The most common way for asbestos fibers to enter the body is through breathing.
19 When is Asbestos Dangerous? Asbestos contained material is not generally considered to be harmful unless it is releasing dust or fibers into the air where they can be inhaled or ingested. Fibers will become trapped in the mucous membranes of the nose and throat where they can then be removed, but some may pass deep into the lungs, or, if swallowed, into the digestive tract. Once they are trapped in the body the fibers can cause Once they are trapped in the body, the fibers can cause health problems.
20 When is Asbestos Dangerous? Asbestos is most hazardous when it is friable. The term "friable" means that the asbestos is easily crumbled by hand, releasing fibers into the air. Sprayed on asbestos insulation is highly friable. Asbestos floor tile is not.
21 When is Asbestos Dangerous? Asbestos-contained ceiling tiles, floor tiles, undamaged laboratory cabinet tops, shingles, fire doors, siding shingles, etc. will not release asbestos fibers unless they are disturbed or damaged in some way. If an asbestos ceiling tile is drilled or broken, for example, it may release fibers into the air. If it is left alone and not disturbed, it will not.
22 When is Asbestos Dangerous? Asbestos pipe and boiler insulation does not present a hazard unless the protective ti canvas covering is cut or damaged in such a way that the asbestos underneath is actually exposed to the air.
23 When is Asbestos Dangerous? Damage and deterioration will increase the friability of asbestos-containing materials. Water damage, continual vibration, aging, and physical impact such as drilling, grinding, buffing, cutting, sawing, or striking can break the materials down making fiber release more likely.
24 Health Effects
25 Health Effects Because it is so hard to destroy asbestos fibers, the body cannot break them down or remove them once they are lodged in lung or body tissues. They remain in place where they can cause disease. There are three primary diseases associated with asbestos exposure: Asbestosis Lung Cancer Mesothelioma
26 Asbestosis Asbestosis is a serious, chronic, non-cancerous respiratory disease. Inhaled asbestos fibers aggravate lung tissues, which cause them to scar. Symptoms of asbestosis include shortness of breath Symptoms of asbestosis include shortness of breath and a dry crackling sound in the lungs while inhaling. In its advanced stages, the disease may cause cardiac failure.
27 Asbestosis Serious, chronic, non-cancerous respiratory disease Lung tissue scarring Symptoms - shortness of breath, dry crackling lung sounds Can be fatal
28 Asbestosis There is no effective treatment for asbestosis; the disease is usually disabling or fatal. The risk of asbestosis is minimal for those who do not work with asbestos; the disease is rarely caused by neighborhood h or family exposure. Those who renovate or demolish buildings that contain asbestos may be at significant risk, depending on the nature of the exposure and precautions taken.
29 Lung Cancer Lung cancer causes the largest number of deaths related to asbestos exposure. The incidence id of lung cancer in people who are directly involved in the mining, milling, manufacturing and use of asbestos and its products is much higher than in the general population. The most common symptoms of lung cancer are coughing and a change in breathing. Other symptoms include shortness of breath, persistent chest pains, hoarseness, and anemia.
30 Lung Cancer Causes the largest number of deaths related to asbestos exposure. Symptoms - coughing, change in breathing, shortness of breath, persistent chest pains, hoarseness, and anemia. Risk can be 90 times higher if you smoke and have asbestos exposure.
31 Mesothelioma Rare form of cancer which affects the membrane m lining ng of the lungs, chest & abdomen 2, ,000 new cases each year in the U.S. 70% - 80% of cases are linked to asbestos Does not appear until 20 to 40 years after asbestos exposure
32 Mesothelioma People who work in asbestos mines, asbestos mills and dfactories, and shipyards that tuse asbestos, as well as people who manufacture and install asbestos insulation, have an increased risk of mesothelioma. So do people who live with asbestos workers near So do people who live with asbestos workers, near asbestos mining areas, near asbestos product factories or near shipyards where use of asbestos has produced large quantities of airborne asbestos fibers.
33 Other Cancers Evidence suggests that cancers in the esophagus, larynx, oral cavity, stomach, colon and kidney may be caused by ingesting asbestos. For more information on asbestos-related cancers, contact your local chapter of the American Cancer Society.
34 Determining Factors for Disease
35 Determining Factors Three things seem to determine your likelihood of developing one of these asbestos related diseases: 1. The amount and duration of exposure - the more you are exposed to asbestos and the more fibers that enter your body, the more likely you are to develop asbestos related problems. While there is no "safe level" of asbestos exposure, people who are exposed more frequently over a long period of time are more at risk.
36 Determining Factors 2. Whether or not you smoke -if you smoke and you have been exposed to asbestos, you are far more likely to develop lung cancer than someone who does not smoke and who has not been exposed to asbestos. If you work with asbestos or have been exposed to it, the first thing you should do to reduce your chances of developing cancer is to stop smoking.
37 Determining Factors 3. Age - cases of mesothelioma have occurred in the children of asbestos workers whose only exposures were from the dust brought home on the clothing of family members who worked with asbestos. The younger people are when they inhale asbestos, the more likely they are to develop mesothelioma. This is why enormous efforts are being made to prevent school children from being exposed.
38 Determining Factors Because each exposure to asbestos increases the Because each exposure to asbestos increases the body burden of asbestos fibers, it is very important to reduce and minimize your exposure.
39 How to Avoid Asbestos Exposure
40 How to Avoid Exposure In order to avoid being exposed to asbestos, you must be aware of the locations it is likely to be found. If you do not know whether something is asbestos or not, assume that it is Remember that you cannot tell if floor or ceiling tiles contain asbestos just by looking at them.
41 How to Avoid Exposure The UNR has a licensed asbestos abatement crew that can take samples from materials in order to determine whether or not they contain asbestos. Never try to take a sample yourself unless you are licensed to do so.
42 How to Avoid Exposure If you have reason to suspect that something is asbestos, either because it is labeled as such, or because it something that is likely to contain asbestos (9" floor tile, for example)... DO NOT DISTURB IT
43 How to Avoid Exposure Never Drill Hammer Cut Saw Break Damage Move Disturb...any asbestos containing materials or suspected materials
44 How to Avoid Exposure If you need to do work that might involve asbestos (lifting ceiling tiles, repairing insulated pipelines, etc.), Check with facilities to find out what and how it can be done safely
45 How to Avoid Exposure For example, before moving any ceiling tiles to perform maintenance work, it will be necessary to ensure they do not contain asbestos. If they do contain asbestos, they will need to be removed by licensed asbestos abatement workers before the work may be performed.
46 Housekeeping & Asbestos Housekeepers and custodians should never sand or dry buff asbestos containing floor tiles, and only wet stripping methods may be used during stripping operations. Low abrasion pads should be used at speeds below 300 rpm.
47 Housekeeping & Asbestos Broken and fallen ceiling tiles should be left in place until identified. Only after they have been identified as safe may they be removed. Asbestos tiles will be removed by asbestos abatement workers. Broken and damaged asbestos floor tiles must also be removed by asbestos abatement workers. Report any suspect broken tiles
48 Asbestos Spills It is important to report any damaged asbestos- containing materials to If, for example, you discover some sprayed-on asbestos insulation has been knocked off of a ceiling or wall, this would be considered a "spill." As such it would need to be cleaned up immediately by asbestos abatement workers. Do not attempt to clean up spills yourself! T k t t th f di t bi th Take measures to prevent others from disturbing the spill until the Asbestos Abatement crew arrives.
49 Avoiding Exposure By knowing where asbestos is likely l to be located and then taking measures not to disturb it, you will protect yourself and others from exposure to this hazardous substance.
50 How to Avoid Exposure Be aware of locations Assume positive until verified otherwise Never take a sample unless trained DO NOT DISTURB IT: NEVER drill, hammer, cut, saw, break, damage, move, dry sweep, use compressed air, disturb any ACM or suspected materials
51 Para-occupational Exposure People who live: with asbestos workers near asbestos mining areas near asbestos product factories, or near shipyards where large quantities of asbestos fibers were released into the air may be at risk of asbestos related diseases
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