OAI, Inc. students demonstrate how to build an Abatement Enclosure for Asbestos, Lead, Mold or Dust Control. This is sponsored by the USEPA ARRA Kansas City Brownfields 2012 Job Training Partnership environment training program. This video was produced under Grant Number: 2J-97708901-0 with OAI, Inc. as the Grantee and ERA Environmental & Safety Partner as well as Metropolitan Energy Center Partner.

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  1. Hey. Double the floors first so your seams are facing down from the wall. Water won't go under it. poly walls with inside corners separately. don't use a big piece. the neg air is going to make it balloon in. (staples or not). Put a ceiling in instead of patching between the floor joists above you. easier to wipe down, as wood is porous and can hold a fiber.

  2. Are you real! American asbestos removal is a joke! The shit cowboy company's in the uk are miles better than these jokers!
    Tell the American to come over here to be taught how to do the job properly

  3. I am new to asbestos and really did enjoy this video. Thank you for making such a well done and informative video to help all of us newbies with a more visual awareness training tool. God bless you guys. Thank you. πŸ™‚

  4. Be careful training your guys with respirators on without them being medically evaluated. If a guy passes out, you will be held liable. Without medical clearance, they should be trained without the filters. A lot of these guys were wearing the repirators incorrectly.

  5. I am an experienced asbestos project designer/supervisor and trainer. I really enjoyed your video and admired your hands on workshop. This would have been a perfect video if the students would have set up critical barriers around the entire area before installing the floors. Then they could have installed the floors to create a water tight basin in the entire area.

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