SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
RULE 361.156 - CROSS-REFERENCE TO OTHER ASBESTOS REGULATIONS
In addition to this subpart, the regulations referenced in Table 1 also apply to asbestos and may be applicable to those sources specified in Rules 361.142 through 361.151, 361.154, and 361.155 of this subpart. These cross-references are presented for the reader's information and to promote compliance with the cited regulations.
40 CFR 763, Subpart E, F
40 CFR 427
40 CFR 763, Subpart G
Requires schools to inspect for asbestos and implement response actions and submit asbestos management plans to States. Specifies use of accredited inspectors, air sampling methods, and waste disposal procedures.
Effluent standards for asbestos manufacturing source categories.
Protects public employees performing asbestos abatement work in States not covered by OSHA asbestos standard.
|OSHA||29 CFR 1910.1001
29 CFR 1926.58
|Worker protection measures--engineering controls, worker training, labeling, respiratory protection, bagging of
waste, 0.2 f/cc permissible exposure level.
Worker protection measures for all construction work involving asbestos, including demolition and renovation--work practices, worker training, bagging of waste, 0.2 f/cc permissible exposure level.
|MSHA||30 CFR 56, Subpart D
30 CFR 57, Subpart D
|Specifies exposures limits, engineering controls, and respiratory protection measures for workers in surface mines.
Specifies exposure limits, engineering controls, and respiratory protection measures for workers in underground mines.
|DOT||49 CFR 171 and 172||Regulates the transportation of asbestos-containing waste material. Requires waste containment and shipping papers.|