Notice of Asbestos Abatement Project

Online version of F413-025-000

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This notice must be received no later than 10 calendar days prior to the start date. Complete all applicable boxes. Incomplete notices will not be accepted.

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Important! Project dates and work hours must be exact.

Notice Date
9/21/2014

Initial

On Hold

Emergency

Site Work Hours



(ex. 8:00 a.m.)



(ex. 5:00 p.m.)

Su
Mo
Tu
We
Th
Fr
Sa

Contractor

If you are the owner of the facility to be abated, choose "In House Work."

**NOTE: If your company is not listed, please contact L&I's Asbestos Program (360-902-5435; brandy.gaston@Lni.wa.gov). You must be a active, registered Asbestos Abatement Contractor to use this form.

Job Site C.A.S.:

Your email address: (example: myname@myisp.com)
(Note: Enter your email address if you would like a copy of this form data.)

Your phone number:


Property Owner

Name:

Company:

Owner's Agent:

Address:

City:

State:

Zip+4:

Phone:
(ex.: 123-456-7890)


Job Site

Address:

Building Name:

Room:

City:

Zip + 4:

County:


Facility

Type:

Year of Construction:

Size:

Remodel Repair Demolition Maintenance


Quantity of Asbestos to Be:

Removed Encapsulated

Quantity: (square feet)

Indoors Outdoors
Fireproofing Boiler insulation

Control Measures

Popcorn ceiling Duct paper Neg. pres. enclosure Wrap & cut
CAB VAT Glove bag Wet methods
Sheet vinyl Roofing Mini enclosure HEPA vacuum
Asbestos paper Other:
Critical barriers Manual methods

Quantity: (linear feet)

Other:
Other:
Mag. pipe insulation Cement asbestos pipe

Respiratory Protection

Air cell pipe insulation Mudded pipe ins. 1/2 mask APR Type C continuous flow
Ducting/duct insulation Duct tape Full face APR Type C pressure demand
Other:
Other:
PAPR Other:

Any additional information? Provide it here:



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