|Inspect for all visible mold and outline scope ofwork for removal.
|Improper scope of work
|Contact EHS for direction or inspection assistance.
|Gather PPE and cleaning materials
|Personal exposure and incomplete cleaning
|Proper PPE and cleaning materials
|Assess need for work area containment
|Spreading of spores outside work area
|For areas greater than 10 ft2 of mold growth, the use of negative air HEPA filtration and containment barriers may be required. Contact EHS for assistance.
|Proper Donning of PPE
|Clean all visible mold with plain water or with water and detergent solution.
|Areas of mold not thoroughly cleaned can regrow
|Replace wiping cloths frequently to prevent re-contamination
Inspect area to ensure that all visible mold has been removed
|Place all used cleaning materials in trash bags, tie bags and dispose of in regular trash
|Improper handling can cause spreading of spores
|Ask supervisor for assistance if unsure
|Inspect area for possible leaks or water intrusion.
|If water intrusion continues mold growth will re-occur
|Report findings to supervisor and EHS
- Mold Remediation
- Ladder Safety
Required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Protective gloves
- Eye protection
- Tyvek suit if needed (EHS will advise)
- Dust mask if needed (EHS will advise)
This JSA applies to:
- Surfaces such as metal, plastic, vinyl, glass, and solid building materials.
- Only surface cleaning and not aggressive remediation methods that create airborne mold spores such as removal/demolition of building materials.