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Demolition Association shows good form.

* The National Demolition Association, Doylestown, Pa., is now offering its members access to a variety of project survey forms and site-specific program and job hazard analysis forms that can be downloaded from the association's Web site.

"We see this membership service as a way to provide members with the tools they need to help run their businesses more safely, cost-effectively and within regulatory compliance," says Michael R. Taylor, executive director of the association.

The project survey forms, available in the "members only" section of the National Demolition Association Web site, cover the following topics: project information; description of structure and stabilization; safety and environmental; utility locates and disconnects; license, permit, disconnects, notifications and regulatory notification.

The site-specific program and job hazard analysis forms are in the form of templates that can be customized to suit the needs of the individual demolition professional, according to the association. Topics include: competent person assignment; jobsite hazard assessment safety meeting sign-in sheet; job task hazard analysis; site-specific safety plan; site-specific safety training sign-off sheet; and weekly safety meeting sign in sheets.

Also upcoming on the members-only page is a planning document that will provide project managers, estimators and site supervisors with an opportunity to review projects before starting work, according to a National Demolition Association news release.

More information about the association can be found at its Web site at www.demolitionassociation.com or can be obtained by e-mailing to info@demolitionassociation. com.

The National Demolition Association, formerly the National Association of Demolition Contractors, is a non-profit trade organization representing nearly 1,000 U.S. and Canadian companies and many international firms that are involved in the demolition process.
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Date:Sep 1, 2006
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