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                            BID/PROPOSAL INTENT NOTIFICATION


TO:     SUBCONTRACTS DEPARTMENT
        CDM FEDERAL PROGRAMS CORPORATION
        14420 Albemarle Point Place, Suite 210
        Chantilly, VA 20151
        Attn: Terry Brown, Senior Subcontracts Administrator

DATE: _____________________


TELEFAX: (703) 968-0915

RE: SOLICITATION NUMBER: IFB-3320-000-006-WH
    SITE NAME:           REGION 2 BROWNFIELD INITIATIVE SITES NY& NJ

FROM: Company’s Name:                   _______________________________
               Address:                 _______________________________
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                             Telephone: ______________ Fax: ___________
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to submit a bid/proposal for the above referenced solicitation.

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                INVITATION FOR BID


                        FOR


INVESTIGATION-DERIVED WASTE SAMPLING AND DISPOSAL

                      FOR THE

       TARGETED BROWNFIELD ASSESSMENTS
  SELECTED REGION 2 BROWNFIELD INITIATIVE SITES
             NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY




        SOLICITATION NO. IFB-3320-000-006-WH




                    December 2010


       CDM FEDERAL PROGRAMS CORPORATION
              14420 Albemarle Point Place
                       Suite 210
                 Chantilly, VA 20151
                         TABLE OF CONTENTS



Part                                                 Page

 1.    INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS……………………………………………….IFB-1

 2.    RESERVED

 3.    STATEMENT OF WORK/SPECIFICATIONS………………………………..SOW-1

 4.    HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN………………………………………………..HSP-1

          SITE HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN

 5.    BID SHEET………………………………………………………………………BID-1

 6.    REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS

 7.    SAMPLE SERVICE ORDER TERMS AND CONDITIONS
       SUPPLEMENTAL CONDITIONS

 8.    SERVICE CONTRACT ACT – WAGE DETERMINATIONS
                       PART 1 - INFORMATION FOR BIDDERS


1.   CDM Federal Programs Corporation (CDM) is procuring a Subcontractor to provide
     investigation-derived waste (IDW) services pursuant to work assignment (WA) numbers 018-
     through 021- and 029-SION-0200 under the United States Environmental Protection Agency
     (EPA) Remedial Action Contract (RAC 2) program. Under this work assignment, CDM is
     performing Targeted Brownfield Assessments (TBAs) at selected Region 2 Brownfield Initiative
     sites in New York and New Jersey. A Basic Ordering Agreement will be made between
     CDM Federal and the selected Subcontractor.

2.   This procurement is subject to the Service Contract Act of 1965. Wage rates are
     available at www.wdol.gov and are hereby incorporated into this Invitation for Bid (IFB)
     (See Part 8).

     This procurement is a small business set-aside. The North American Industrial
     Classification System (NAICS) code is 484230, with a size standard of $25.5M. NAICS
     size standards may be accessed via the internet at www.sba.gov/size/.

3.   It is the responsibility of the responding firm to read and become completely familiar
     with all information in this Invitation for Bids (IFB). Failure to become familiar with the
     IFB and the desired services will be at the bidder's risk. Additionally, the bidder must be
     familiar with the procedures, conditions, and requirements associated with performing the
     services described in the IFB at a hazardous waste site.

4.   The subcontract document CDM Federal intends to use for this project will be based on
     the Sample Service Order Terms and Conditions in Part 7 of this IFB. The Statement of
     Work/Specifications included in this IFB will be incorporated into the subcontract.
     Bidders are not required to complete any information in Part 7 at this time. The Bid
     Sheet included in this IFB will become an Attachment to the Subcontract.

5.   A representative of the Contractor will be present during all site related activities.
     Activities included in the Statement of Work/Specifications shall commence within 5
     business days of issuance of a Notice to Proceed issued by the Contractor.

6.   Site activities are currently scheduled to commence during the spring and winter of 2011,
     as described in accordance with the schedule provided in the Statement of
     Work/Specifications (Part 3).

8.   Firms that do not have the capability to meet this schedule should not submit a bid.
     Please notify Terry Brown, Senior Subcontract Administrator, in writing, if a bid will not
     be submitted. A brief explanation as to why the firm is declining to submit a bid
     should be submitted if the firm wishes to remain on CDM Federal’s bidders list.

9.   The Subcontractor shall have the ability to work at safety protection level Modified D.




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10.   Evaluation Criteria and Payments: Upon CDM Federal's determination that the bidder has
      completely and satisfactorily responded to each and every submittal required by the
      solicitation and particularly those items listed in Item 12, award will be based on best
      value.

11.   The unit and lump sum price bid shall include all costs for providing the services
      described herein, including, but not limited to, costs of the following: equipment,
      materials, supplies, labor (including overtime), per diem, overhead, profit, insurance,
      permit and licenses; taxes and the conformance with all health and safety protocols, as
      well as federal, state and local requirements necessary to perform the statement of work
      detailed in the following sections.

12.   Bids must be prepared in two (2) separate, sealed envelopes in the order and copies
      specified below:

      A.     Sealed Price Submittal

             (1)    Completed Bid Sheet and Conflict of Interest Statement (Part 5) - Altering
                    the Bid Sheets may render a bid non-responsive. Combining of cost
                    elements identified in the bid sheet is not acceptable.

             (2)    Completed and executed Representations and Certifications (Part 6).

             (3)    Generic Certificate(s) of Insurance (Proof of Insurance) for the specific
                    types and values indicated, including Pollution Liability Insurance and
                    copy of MCS-90 endorsement, in the article entitled “Insurance” in
                    Article 4.D, of the sample Service Order Terms and Conditions in Part 7
                    of this solicitation.

                    All costs associated with obtaining such insurance binders, if necessary
                    will be at the bidder's expense.

      B.     Technical Submittals

             (1)    Three (3) client references for which the bidder has had similar work
                    experience at potential hazardous waste/chemical spill sites. References
                    must include project name, summary of activities, client name, address,
                    contact name and telephone number.

             (2)    Identification of three (3) references for any potential lower-tier
                    subcontractors who will be responsible for conducting the work specified.

                    All information being requested in Item 12 for the bidder must also be
                    supplied in the format requested in Item 12 for any potential lower-tier
                    subcontractors.

                    If no lower-tier subcontractors will be responsible for conducting the work
                    specified, this must be explicitly stated in the required technical sub.

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(3)   Resume(s) of key personnel who will be responsible for conducting the
      work specified in the Statement of Work/Specifications.

(4)   Copies of current and appropriate federal, state and local licenses required
      to complete the services described in the Statement of
      Work/Specifications.

(5)   Outline of procedures for complying             with   the   Statement   of
      Work/Specifications which must include:

      (a)    Identification of waste transporter(s) which will be used by the
             successful bidder in the performance of the required services.

             Identification must include: specific address, telephone number,
             point of contact and current license(s) as well as any
             documentation that may be required by any other state where the
             drums are being transported.

             The Subcontractor's waste transporter(s) will implement
             Department of Transportation (DOT) procedures and regulations
             as mandated in the Federal Register as well as any state and local
             requirements and/or regulations.

      (b)    Identification of disposal facility(ies) which will be used by the
             Subcontractor to dispose of IDW.

             Identification must include: specific address, telephone number,
             point of contact and current state license(s).

      (c)    Identification of laboratory (ies) which will be used by the
             Subcontractor for sample analyses.

             Identification must include: specific address, telephone number,
             point of contact and current certifications. Laboratories shall
             submit their quality assurance plan to CDM within 24 hours of
             verbal request.

      (d)    Ability to comply with the schedule as stipulated in the Statement
             of Work/Specifications.

      (e)    Written evidence that the bidder's Health and Safety Plan is in full
             compliance with all CDM Federal requirements as stipulated in
             this solicitation.




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                     (f)    Certificates of 40-hour basic and current 8-hour refresher course of
                            OSHA hazardous waste health and safety training of all personnel
                            who will be working on the site. The Subcontractor shall also
                            certify that all personnel working on the site are included in a
                            medical monitoring program as required under OSHA Safety and
                            Health standards.

      One (1) original and one (1) copy of the price submittal and the technical submittal
      are required. Telegraphic, facsimile, and electronic responses will not be
      considered. Alternate bids will not be considered.

13.   Sealed bids will be assembled in the format specified in Item 12 above and will be
      received until 4 p.m. (Virginia prevailing time) on January 19, 2011, at the following
      address:

                      CDM FEDERAL PROGRAMS CORPORATION
                               Attention: Terry Brown
                           Senior Subcontract Administrator
                             14420 Albemarle Point Place
                                      Suite 210
                                 Chantilly, VA 20151
                                   (703) 968-0900
                               IFB 3320-000-006-WH

14.   All questions pertaining to this solicitation must be addressed in writing and received no
      later than 4:00 p.m. (Virginia prevailing time) on January 10, 2011.

      Faxed questions are acceptable and should be sent to the attention of Terry Brown at
      (703) 968-0915. Questions may also be sent via e-mail to browntd@cdm.com with a
      mandatory copy to meroldkz@cdm.com.

      Verbal explanations or instructions given before the award of the IFB will not be binding.
      Any information given to a prospective bidder concerning the IFB will be furnished
      promptly to all other prospective bidders as an amendment to the IFB, if that information
      is necessary for submittal or if the lack thereof would be prejudicial to other prospective
      bidders.

15.   Amendments. If this IFB is amended, then all terms and conditions which are not
      modified remain unchanged. For amendments go to www.cdm.com and look for IFB-
      3320-000-006-WH.

      Bidders shall acknowledge receipt of any amendments to this IFB by: (1) signing and
      returning the amendment; (2) identifying the amendment number and date in the space
      provided for this purpose on the form for submitting a bid; or (3) letter or telegram.
      CDM Federal must receive the acknowledgment by the time specified for receipt of bids.

16.   All bids must remain valid for 120 calendar days after the actual date the responses are
      due.

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17.   Late submissions, modifications, and withdrawals of bids shall be administered by CDM
      Federal in accordance with FAR 52.214.7. However, CDM Federal will not accept
      facsimile submissions, modifications or withdrawal of bids. Written notice or telegram
      (including mailgram) can be issued to withdraw a bid providing such notice is received
      by CDM Federal at any time before the exact time set for receipt of bids.

18.   CDM Federal reserves the right to reject any bids and award a subcontract on what it
      determines to be in the best interest of the USEPA and CDM Federal.

19.   This IFB does not commit CDM Federal to pay for any costs incurred in the preparation
      and submission of technical and/or price submittals or for any other costs that may be
      incurred prior to the award of a Subcontract Agreement.

20.   Exceptions to the terms, conditions and requirements of this IFB, including but not
      limited to the terms and conditions of the sample subcontract agreement, may
      render a bid non-responsive. Any exceptions must be clearly documented in the
      Bidder’s cover letter.




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        PART 2

BACKGROUND INFORMATION



       RESERVED
             PART 3

STATEMENT OF WORK/SPECIFICATIONS
                                 PART 3 - STATEMENT OF WORK


3.1   INTRODUCTION

A.    CDM Federal Programs Corporation (CDM) is procuring a Subcontractor to provide investigation-
      derived waste (IDW) services pursuant to work assignment (WA) numbers 018- through 021- and
      029-SION-0200 under the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Remedial Action
      Contract (RAC 2) program. Under this work assignment, CDM is performing Targeted Brownfield
      Assessments (TBAs) at selected Region 2 Brownfield Initiative sites in New York and New Jersey.
      The overall purpose of this work assignment is to perform Phase II Site Investigations at selected sites.

B.    The work to be performed includes the furnishing of all labor, materials, equipment, utilities (if
      necessary) and other facilities and incidentals necessary to contain, sample, analyze, handle, transport,
      and dispose of IDW.

C.    This Statement of Work (SOW) will cover IDW services at three sites in upstate New York, and two
      sites in Jersey City, New Jersey, as follows:

      Task 1
      Fort Miller Pulp and Paper (Figure 1)
      Fort Edward, New York

      Former uses of this subject property include pulp and paper manufacturing and distribution.

      Task 2
      Former Grand Union (Figure 2)
      354 Broadway Ave.
      Fort Edward, New York

      Former uses of this subject property include a grocery store and former drum storage area. The
      property historically contained a gravel pit, septic tank and leaching pits. Previous investigations
      observed the presence of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).

      Task 3
      South Buffalo Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA) (Figure 3)
      Buffalo, NY

      A total of eleven properties are included in this TBA. The subject properties were previously
      developed as right of ways (ROWs), also referred to as “paper streets”, by the City of Buffalo, used for
      storage (asphalt, construction debris, soil piles, drums) by neighboring properties or developed for
      steel manufacturing.

      Task 4
      Canal Crossings (Figure 4)
      824 Garfield Ave
      Jersey City, NJ

      Former uses of this subject property include linen storage and potentially manufacturing. The subject
      property is also listed as Hudson County Chromate Site No. 132 due to hexavalent chromium
      contamination observed onsite from previous investigations.



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      Task 5
      Thomas Jackson Estates (Figure 5)
      Jersey City, NJ

      A total of 69 properties are included in this TBA. The subject properties were formerly used as
      residences, storefronts, storage garages, auto shops, commercial buildings, a welding company, the
      Warol Confectionery Store, Foam and Rubber Products, and a gas station.

D.    During these Phase II investigations, CDM will generate liquid IDW from equipment decontamination
      and purge water, and solid IDW from soil cuttings and personal protective equipment
      (PPE)/plastic/Geoprobe sleeves, as described in Section 3.2. CDM anticipates generating a total of
      eleven 55-gallon drums of decontamination water containing acid/purge water, twenty-four 55-gallon
      drums of PPE/plastic sheeting/Geoprobe sleeves, and twenty-one 55-gallon drums of soil cuttings for
      all five TBA Site combined.

E.    The Subcontractor shall be required to meet health and safety requirements during all field activities.

F.    The Subcontractor must use CDM-approved disposal facilities, which are fully licensed to accept
      disposal of any material on a site-specific basis. The facility(ies) accepting hazardous waste must
      demonstrate proof of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Subpart C operating
      permits and supply appropriate certificates for treatment, storage and disposal (TSD) facilities. The
      facility(ies) accepting hazardous and/or non-hazardous waste must demonstrate proof of compliance
      with all appropriate RCRA requirements (RCRA Subtitle C and D). The facility(ies) must
      demonstrate proof of operating permits and provide certificates of disposal.

G.    The Subcontractor shall adhere to all local, state and federal regulations governing the analysis,
      transport, treatment, and disposal of drummed wastes indicated for disposal per this IFB.

H.    The Subcontractor shall collect and analyze representative waste samples and subsequently determine
      appropriate waste disposal requirements in accordance with RCRA regulations.

I.    The Subcontractor shall employ only qualified personnel for the execution of this work. The
      Subcontractor shall remove and replace his/her personnel deemed, in the view of CDM, to be
      unqualified for the work specified on a site-specific basis. Such removal and replacement of personnel
      will be totally at the Subcontractor’s expense.

J.    CDM may make any investigations deemed necessary to determine the ability of the Subcontractor to
      perform the work; the Subcontractor shall furnish to CDM any information requested for this purpose.

3.2   SCOPE OF WORK

A.    This section covers the specifications for the sampling, analysis, transportation, treatment, and disposal
      of wastes generated during the Phase II investigations at the TBA sites listed in this SOW. It is
      anticipated that three separate mobilizations will be required (one for the Fort Edward, New York
      sites, one for the Jersey City, New Jersey sites, and one for the Buffalo, New York site) to sample,
      characterize and dispose of the wastes. The Subcontractor shall be responsible for transporting the
      characterized IDW to a Contractor approved, licensed disposal facility.




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B.   All drums will be inventoried and the contents labeled by CDM. Each drum will be labeled with the
     drum identification number, site name, date, IDW type, and EPA contact number. The Subcontractor
     will be required to log all of the information stipulated on each drum prior to collecting composite
     samples.

C.   All drums (provided by CDM’s drilling subcontractor) will be sampled, characterized and removed
     from each site at the conclusion of the Phase II field investigations. All wastes shall be removed from
     the site within two months after the waste characterization samples are collected.

D.   All 55- gallon drums will be staged on wooden pallets (also provided by CDM’s drilling
     subcontractor) at each subject property. The IDW Subcontractor will be required to remove all
     wooden pallets along with the drums from the Site.

E.   The following IDW will be generated during the Phase II investigations, and contained as follows:

     IDW Type                                           IDW Type/Containment                  # Drums

     Task 1 - Fort Miller Pulp and Paper                Decon water with acid/purge water          1
                                                        PPE/plastic/Geoprobe Sleeves               2
                                                        Soil Cuttings                              2

     Task 2 - Former Grand Union                        Decon water with acid/ purge water         1
                                                        PPE/plastic/Geoprobe Sleeves               2
                                                        Soil Cuttings                              2

     Task 3 – South Buffalo BOA                         Decon water with acid/ purge water         5
                                                        PPE/plastic/Geoprobe Sleeves               11
                                                        Soil Cuttings                              10

     Task 4 – Canal Crossings                           Decon water with acid/ purge water         1
                                                        PPE/plastic/Geoprobe Sleeves               2
                                                        Soil Cuttings                              2

     Task 5 – Thomas Jackson Estates                    Decon water with acid/ purge water         3
                                                        PPE/plastic/Geoprobe Sleeves               7
                                                        Soil Cuttings                              5

F.   The Subcontractor will be required to collect composite samples from liquid wastes, as follows:

     Decon water with acid/purge water:        1 composite at the Fort Miller Road site
                                               1 composite at the Former Grand Union site
                                               1 composite at the South Buffalo BOA site
                                               1 composite at the Canal Crossings
                                               1 composite at the Thomas Jackson Estates

     Soil Cuttings:                            1 composite at the Fort Miller Road site
                                               1 composite at the Former Grand Union site
                                               1 composite at the South Buffalo BOA site
                                               1 composite at the Canal Crossings
                                               1 composite at the Thomas Jackson Estates




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G.    It is the responsibility of the Subcontractor to ensure that the approach for collecting representative
      samples and the required analyses necessary for proper waste disposal facility(ies) acceptance are
      appropriate. Once the waste has been characterized for disposal, the 55-gallon drums and their
      contents will be removed from the site for disposal.

3.3   EXECUTION

A.    LABORATORIES: The Subcontractor shall use Contractor approved New York State/New Jersey
      State or National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Conference (NELAC)-certified laboratories
      to perform the analysis of IDW. The Subcontractor will be required to provide a copy of the
      laboratory Quality Assurance Plan (QAP) and/or Quality Management Plan (QMP) for review and
      approval by CDM.

B.    DISPOSAL FACILITIES: The Subcontractor shall use Contractor approved facility(ies) for disposal
      of the IDW and/or containers. All disposal facilities shall be subject to approval by EPA prior to
      shipment of the waste. The Subcontractor must designate disposal facilities, which are fully licensed
      to accept disposal of any material on a site-specific basis. The facility(ies) accepting hazardous and/or
      non-hazardous waste must demonstrate proof of compliance with all appropriate RCRA requirements
      (RCRA Subtitle C and D). The facility(ies) must demonstrate proof of operating permits and provide
      certificates of disposal. The waste disposal facility(ies) shall be reviewed and approved by CDM prior
      to the removal of any wastes.

C.    WASTE PROFILE SHEETS: Upon receipt of, and based on the analytical results of the waste
      samples, the Subcontractor shall develop waste profile sheets for each waste type. The waste profile
      sheets shall be submitted to CDM for review and approval. Based on the waste profiles, the
      Subcontractor shall advise CDM, in writing, of the RCRA status of each waste type (i.e., hazardous or
      non-hazardous under RCRA) prior to preparing manifests and other transportation and disposal
      documents.

D.    RCRA GENERATOR ID: CDM shall obtain a RCRA Generator identification number (ID) from
      EPA and communicate the Generator ID number to the Subcontractor. The Subcontractor shall use
      the Generator ID number, supplied by CDM, on manifests and all other required waste transportation
      and disposal documents.

E.    TRANSPORT DOCUMENTATION: Upon review and approval of the waste profile sheets, the
      Subcontractor shall prepare the required labels, placards, manifests, bills-of-lading, or other required
      documents for each waste type in accordance with EPA, Department of Transportation (DOT), and
      any other applicable local, state, or federal regulations. The Subcontractor shall submit all required
      transportation documents to the CDM Site Manager for review and approval.

F.    TRANSPORT/DISPOSAL VEHICLES: All materials shall be transported for disposal on waste
      transportation vehicle(s) that will be properly placarded and fully permitted. Transport of all wastes
      shall be by a transporter registered with the governing State to transport hazardous waste.

G.    WASTE GENERATOR: The manifest shall identify the EPA as the generator of all wastes resulting
      from any operations under this subcontract. CDM has been authorized, under its prime contract, to
      sign uniform or State hazardous waste manifests on behalf of the EPA. The phrase “On behalf of the
      United States Environmental Protection Agency” must appear in the signature block of each manifest.
       A return manifest, signed by the company accepting custody under this subcontract, shall be
      submitted to CDM’s Site Manager within ten (10) days after the removal of the waste from the site.




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H.    CERTIFICATE OF DISPOSAL: The Subcontractor must provide CDM with documentation in the
      form of a Certificate of Disposal as evidence that the wastes have been properly disposed in
      accordance with state, local, and federal regulations. This documentation must itemize the materials
      and quantity/volume/weight disposed. This documentation should clearly indicate acceptance and
      transfer from a specified hauler to a specified facility for disposal. CDM will not process any payment
      without receiving the properly signed Certificate of Disposal.

3.4   QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL REQUIREMENTS

A.    These requirements, along with other specifications contained within this SOW, must be met in order
      to assure the quality of work being performed.

B.    Necessary permits are defined in Section 3.5.

C.    Permit on-site audits/inspections by CDM, EPA representative or designate.

D.    Maintain documentation as required in this SOW.

E.    Conduct internal quality control (QC) reviews on work products prior to submittal to CDM.

F.    Notify CDM within 24 hours of any major problem or quality issues, which may adversely impact the
      project.

G.    In addition to these requirements, the following laboratory quality assurance requirements must also be
      met:
                    Requirements listed under Section 3.3.

                      Implement a laboratory Quality Assurance (QA) plan.

                      Identify a laboratory QA coordinator.

                      Analyze a performance evaluation sample (if required).

                      Upon request, provide a copy of the laboratory waste management plan, standard
                       operating procedures and description of facilities and equipment.

3.5   PERMITS/BONDS/LICENSES

A.    The Subcontractor shall be responsible for obtaining any state, local or federal permits/bonds and
      licenses, etc., as may be required for transport and disposal of wastes.

B.    The Subcontractor shall not perform any work until all the required aforesaid permits are obtained.

C.    The Subcontractor shall furnish separate copies of all the aforesaid permits to CDM prior to removal
      of the drums.

3.6   PROJECT SCHEDULE

A.    Site activities are currently scheduled to commence during the spring and winter of 2011. The
      duration of site activities are as follows:



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                 Fort Edward, New York Sites (2)             1 month
                 Jersey City, New Jersey Sites (2)           1 month
                 Buffalo, New York Site (1)                  3 months

B.    Activities covered by this site-specific Statement of Work/Specifications must commence within five
      (5) business days from the issuance of a Notice to Proceed (excluding holidays). The Subcontractor
      shall not perform any work without prior notification of CDM’s Site Manager.

B.    The Subcontractor must complete the work according to the schedule set by CDM.

C.    The Subcontractor shall immediately notify CDM’s Site Manager of any anticipated delays in the
      specified schedule. Under no circumstances will this notification be less than 24 hours prior to the
      anticipated change.

D.    All wastes shall be removed from the site within two months after the waste characterization samples
      are collected.

3.7   SUSTAINABLE MEASURES

A.    Sustainability describes activities that meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability
      of future generations to meet their needs. In our service to clients, as well as our own operations,
      CDM strives to achieve the sustainability triple bottom line of environmental stewardship, social
      responsibility and economic growth.

B.    To this end, CDM works in concert with its subcontractors to employ sustainable practices and
      consider all environmental effects of remedy implementation to reduce a project’s environmental
      footprint. Subcontractors and their providers of equipment and services should at a minimum employ
      the following sustainable measures:

            1.   When possible, submit and/or otherwise share documents electronically
            2.   When hardcopies are issued, the documents should be double-sided
            3.   Minimize vehicular traffic/trips, including the number of trips to the site
            4.   Employ local services (e.g., equipment rentals) when possible

3.8   DEFINITION OF BID ITEMS
      This section provides additional description and clarification of the line items in the Bid Form.

      3.8.1      Waste Characterization Sampling and Analysis

      1a.        This line item includes sampling events for drums. This item includes all materials
                 (bottleware, shipping containers, labels, sampling equipment) and labor necessary for the
                 Subcontractor to complete this task. This item is bid on a per event basis.

      1b.        This line item includes laboratory analysis charges for full aqueous toxicity characteristics
                 following extraction by TCLP, plus, ignitability, corrosivity and reactivity analyses for
                 aqueous samples, with 14-day turnaround time. This item is bid on a per sample basis (one
                 composite aqueous sample per site).

      1c.        This line item includes laboratory analysis charges for full soil toxicity characteristics
                 following extraction by TCLP, plus ignitability, corrosivity and reactivity analyses for solid




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            samples with 14-day turnaround time. This item is bid on a per sample basis (one composite
            soil sample per site).

    3.8.2   Handling and Disposal of Non-Hazardous Waste

    2a.     This line item includes handling, transport and disposal of non-hazardous soil cuttings
            contained in 55-gallon drums. This line item includes pick up at the site, transport to the
            disposal facility and disposal costs. This item is bid on a per drum basis.

    2b.     This line item includes handling, transport and disposal of non-hazardous purge
            water/decontamination liquid with acid contained in 55-gallon drums. This line item includes
            pick up at the site, transport to the disposal facility and disposal costs. This item is bid on a
            per drum basis.

    2c.     This line item includes handling, transport, and disposal of non-hazardous PPE and plastic in
            drums, including pick up at the site, transport to the disposal facility and disposal costs. This
            item is bid on a per drum basis.

    2d.     This line item includes the handling, transport and disposal of the wooden pallets. This item
            is bid on a per pallet basis.

    3.8.3   Optional Work - Handling and Disposal of Hazardous Waste

    3a.     This line item includes handling and disposal of hazardous water segregated in 55-gallon
            drums. This line item includes pick up at the site, transport to the disposal facility, and
            disposal costs. This item is bid on a per drum basis.

    3b.     This line item includes handling and disposal of hazardous drill cuttings (soil) contained in
            55-gallon drums. This line item includes pick up at the site, transport to the disposal facility
            and disposal costs. This item is bid on a per drum basis.

    3c.     This line item includes supplying and using over pack barrels on leaking 55-gallon drums.
            Any drums whose contents (solid or aqueous) is visibly leaking through a fracture or hole in
            the drum must be over packed. This item is bid on a per drum basis.

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        PART 4

HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN
                                PART 4 - HEALTH AND SAFETY
                             HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES/OPERATIONS


4.1      INTRODUCTION

A.       The following material outlines, generally, the relationship that CDM maintains with
         Subcontractors in health and safety related matters. It attempts to define the responsibilities that
         each has as they relate to work associated with hazardous waste sites.

4.2      RESERVED

4.2.1    RESERVED

4.2.2    RESERVED

4.2.3    WORK ON HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES OR HAZARDOUS WASTE OPERATIONS

A.       The following protocols are intended to address OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 regulations.

B.       The work to be carried out under these protocols is on or adjacent to a hazardous waste site or
         operation. Hazardous materials are or may be present in the air, on the surface or subsurface.
         These materials may require the use of protective clothing and respiratory protective equipment
         to minimize chemical exposure. The Subcontractor and his employees shall implement and
         maintain all appropriate procedures as they apply to Subcontractor's work prior to, during and
         after performance of the work. Subcontractor is responsible for ascertaining the level of
         protection for each task and assuring that its employees and its subcontractor employees are
         properly equipped.

         Subcontractor personnel must have the training and medical approvals required by the 29 CFR
         1910.120 regulation. The Subcontractor and his employees shall implement and maintain all
         appropriate procedures at least as strict as these as they apply to Subcontractor's work prior to,
         during and after performance of the work, unless exempted as in 4.2.4, below.

C.       Subcontractor personnel must have the medical and training approvals required by the OSHA
         Hazardous Waste Operations standard and described in Sections 4.3 and 4.4 of this protocol.
         Subcontractor must certify that the personnel meet these guidelines.

D.       All personnel either in or adjacent to the work zone shall wear the appropriate protective
         equipment.

4.3      HEALTH AND SAFETY PLANS - WORK ON HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES OR
         HAZARDOUS WASTE OPERATIONS

4.3.1    SUBCONTRACTOR HEALTH AND SAFETY PLANS

A.       The Subcontractor shall develop and implement their own Health and Safety Plan (HASP). If
         CDM is required to develop a site HASP, a copy will be supplied to the Subcontractor. This
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         HASP may be used as a guide to outline the minimum requirements of the Subcontractor's
         HASP, but CDM does not represent or warrant that it's HASP is an adequate or complete guide
         for the Subcontractor's work and the Subcontractor remains fully responsible for the adequacy
         and completeness of its own HASP. If the Subcontractor's work is essentially the same as that
         described in the HASP, the Subcontractor may elect, with the concurrence of the CDM Health
         and Safety Manager, to utilize the provisions of the CDM HASP in its entirety. When this is
         permitted, all Subcontractor employees involved with the work will be required to read and
         understand the contents of the HASP and sign the signature form contained in the HASP. Prior to
         work on hazardous sites, the Subcontractor shall provide CDM with a fully completed and
         executed signature form, which acknowledge that the worker has read and understood the HASP.
         The Subcontractor is fully responsible for the implementation and maintenance of the
         requirements of the HASP.

B.       Subcontractor's HASP shall be consistent with the following requirements:

         1.      OSHA Safety and Health Standards 29 CFR 1910 (General Industry), U.S. Department
                 of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Hereafter, referred as "29
                 CFR 1910"

         2.      OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, U.S.
                 Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration

         3.      OSHA Safety and Health Standards 29 CFR 1926 (Construction Industry), U.S.
                 Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration

         4.      Standard Operating Safety Guidelines, EPA Office of Emergency and Remedial
                 Response Publication 9285.1-03. Hereafter referred to as "EPA Guidelines"

         5.      Occupational Safety and Health Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Site Activities,
                 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for
                 Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

         6.      Client Health and Safety Requirements.

4.3.2    ADOPTION OF HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN

A.       If the Subcontractor adopts CDM's Plan, the Subcontractor shall acknowledge this with the
         signature of a designated representative on a letter accepting the plan. The letter will be provided
         prior to commencing work activities. (CDM does not warrant that the CDM Plan will be
         sufficient for Subcontractor's work. Subcontractor must make an independent determination of
         the applicability of the CDM Plan to the Subcontractor's work and must comply with all
         applicable statutes, regulations and codes.)

B.       If the Subcontractor adopts the CDM Plan, this plan becomes the responsibility of the
         Subcontractor to implement as it pertains to Subcontractor's work. The Subcontractor assumes all
         liabilities from such adoption and implementation.

C.       If a Subcontractor develops a health and safety plan, Subcontractor shall provide it to CDM for
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         review within five (5) days after award of this Subcontract, or at least five (5) days prior to
         commencement of operations at the job site, whichever occurs last. Subcontractor shall certify in
         writing its intention to adopt the CDM Plan prior to commencement of operating at the job site.

D.       The Subcontractor assumes all liabilities associated with the implementation of the Plan.

4.3.3    CONTENTS OF SUBCONTRACTOR HASP

A.       The Subcontractor's HASP shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following
         components, as appropriate:

         1.      Characterization and Analysis
         2.      Safe Work Practices
         3.      Engineering Safeguards
         4.      Medical Surveillance
         5.      Environmental and Personal Monitoring
         6.      Personal Protective Equipment
         7.      Training
         8.      Standard Operating Procedures
         9.      Control and Decontamination
         10.     Emergency and Contingency Planning
         11.     Logs and Reports
         12.     Hazard Communication Program
         13.     Material Handling
         14.     Sanitation
         15.     Excavation

4.3.4    MODIFICATIONS TO HEALTH AND SAFETY PLANS

A.       Should the Subcontractor seek relief from, or substitution for, any portion or provision of the
         Subcontractor's HASP, such relief or substitution shall be requested of CDM in writing. The
         requested modification will not be implemented until authorized by CDM unless necessary to
         prevent imminent danger to life, property or the environment.

B.       Subcontractor shall quickly notify CDM, both verbally and in writing, of any unforeseen hazard,
         safety related factor, or condition they observe during the work at the site. In the interim,
         Subcontractor shall take prompt action to establish and maintain safe working conditions and to
         safeguard employees, the public, and the environment in accordance with the HASP.
C.       Should CDM modify any portion or provision of CDM's Plan, CDM will notify the
         Subcontractor in writing of such modifications.

4.3.5    ENFORCEABILITY

A.       If the Subcontractor does not fulfill these requirements the Subcontract may be suspended and/or
         terminated in accordance with the applicable default termination clause in the subcontract. In the
         event of suspension and/or termination, the Subcontractor will not be deemed eligible for standby
         time or other compensation for down time during such periods. Failure to comply with these
         requirements, when failure impacts the performance schedule of the prime contract, may subject
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         the Subcontractor to claims for incidental or consequential damages.

B.       Any disregard for the provisions of these Health and Safety requirements shall be deemed just
         and sufficient cause for termination of this subcontract.

4.4      MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE

4.4.1    PHYSICIAN'S CERTIFICATION

A.       The Subcontractor shall utilize the services of a physician to provide medical surveillance as
         required by OSHA regulations. The physician's certification of each Subcontractor staff member
         involved in performance of work under this subcontract shall be on file in Subcontractor's office
         and available upon request by CDM prior to the Subcontractor commencing work. The certificate
         must bear the name of the employee and the signature of the physician. The physician must
         certify that each individual is medically qualified to use respiratory protective devices for the
         assigned work and is fit to perform the assigned work.

4.4.2    MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE PROTOCOL

A.       Medical surveillance protocol for the Subcontractor's employees is the responsibility of the
         Subcontractor's physician. However, certification shall be provided that such medical
         surveillance meets the requirements of OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910.120 for all personnel.

4.4.3    FREQUENCY OF EXAMINATION

A.       Medical examinations must be provided in the following conditions:

         1.      More than a year has passed since the employee's last examination.
         2.      The employee is returning to work from a lost time or other short term
                 disability/situation or has reason to suspect that an acute exposure to a toxic or hazardous
                 material has occurred.
         3.      The examining physician requests it.
         4.      The employee leaves the company or transfers to a position which would not require
                 potential exposure to hazardous waste.

4.5      TRAINING

4.5.1    BASIC HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING

A.       The Subcontractor shall submit a statement indicating that personnel to be within the work zone
         understand they are working on a hazardous waste site/operation and are trained and qualified in
         compliance with 29 CFR 1910.120. In addition, all subcontractor personnel will be adequately
         trained for the work to which they are assigned.

B.       Subcontractor's personnel must have completed the training requirements specified in the OSHA
         regulations.

4.5.2    SITE SPECIFIC TRAINING

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A.       A site-specific training session for Subcontractor personnel scheduled to work on site will be
         conducted by the Subcontractor prior to any work on site.

4.6      EQUIPMENT

4.6.1    PROVISION OF SAFETY EQUIPMENT

A.       Subcontractor shall supply all protective clothing and equipment necessary for their personnel
         and maintained in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications. All equipment shall be
         Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)/NIOSH approved, if applicable.

4.6.2    ONSITE EQUIPMENT USE

A.       Subcontractor's personnel shall not enter an area to perform a task for which a respirator might
         be required unless they are in compliance with 29 CFR 1910.134, Respiratory Protection. All
         onsite personnel shall wear a hard-hat where required by the client, OSHA, state or local
         regulations.

B.       All prescription eyeglasses worn on site shall be safety glasses. Subcontractor shall provide
         prescription lens inserts for employees who need to wear full face respirators. Contact lenses are
         prohibited inside respirators.

C.       All personnel protective equipment worn on site will be decontaminated and/or properly
         disposed of at the end of the work day.

D.       All safety clothing, including work clothing and safety boots, which have entered the work zone
         shall be properly decontaminated and/or disposed of.

4.7      PERSONAL HYGIENE

A.       Subcontractor personnel shall observe the following contamination control rules while on site.

B.       Eating, drinking, smoking, chewing gum or tobacco, and other practices that increase the
         probability of hand-to-mouth transfer and ingestion of material is prohibited in any area
         designated as a contaminated area.

C.       Hands and face shall be thoroughly washed upon leaving the work area and before eating,
         drinking, smoking, etc.

D.       Whenever decontamination procedures for protective clothing are in effect, the entire body shall
         be thoroughly washed as soon as possible after the protective clothing is removed.

E.       No facial hair which interferes with a satisfactory fit of a respirator mask-to-face-seal is allowed
         on personnel required to wear respiratory protective equipment.

F.       The use of prescription drugs is prohibited unless documentation from the prescribing physician
         stating that the drugs will not interfere with the employee's ability to work is provided.

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G.       Alcoholic beverages are prohibited and employees appearing to be under the influence of alcohol
         or illegal drugs will not be allowed site access, or will be removed from the site.

4.8      SITE HEALTH AND SAFETY CONTROL

4.8.1    SITE HEALTH AND SAFETY COORDINATOR (SHSC)

A.       CDM's Site Health and Safety Coordinator (SHSC) is responsible to ensure that the CDM HASP
         is implemented and followed by CDM employees. The SHSC may also provide periodic
         observation of the Subcontractor activities for compliance with the Subcontractor's HASP. The
         periodic observation by SHSC shall not relieve the Subcontractor of its sole responsibility to
         comply with all applicable statutes, regulations and codes and it is the Subcontractor not the
         SHSC who is solely responsible for the compliance of its employees.

4.8.2    AIR MONITORING

A.       Air monitoring for pollutants of concern may be performed by CDM or others, unless
         specifically assigned to the Subcontractor. Photoionization detectors (PIDs), organic vapor
         analyzers (OVAs), and additional appropriate equipment may be used to measure and assess
         chemical exposure. Results will be provided to the Subcontractor.

4.8.3    ACCIDENT REPORTING

A.       The Subcontractor will inform the CDM SHSC, CDM Health and Safety Manager or the CDM
         Project Manager as soon as possible, of any accidents, injuries, illnesses, or environmental
         releases associated with this Subcontract.




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     APPENDIX A

ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS
                               ACTIVITY HAZARD ANALYSIS FOR GEOPROBE SAMPLING


                                                         Instructions for filling out AHA

      Enter information on the AHA form as described below. Bracketed numbers refer to the numbered sections of the form.

[1]      Enter a unique identifying number for each AHA on every page.
[2]      Describe the work location.
[3]      Enter the task title.
[4]      Describe as many phases for completing the work as needed to clearly break down the steps, hazards and hazard controls.
[5]      List the Craft or technical discipline for each work group needed to conduct each phase of the task.
[6]      List the steps needed to complete each phase of the task.
[7]      List the work group (craft or discipline) that will perform each step.
[8]      List the hazards involved with each step.
[9]      List the controls for each hazard in the following priority order:
         1. Engineered controls
         2. Operational work practices
         3. Administrative documents
         4. Personal Protective Equipment
         5. Special personal qualifications for workers
[10]     List documents that will be attached to the AHA for use in the field.
[11]     List reference documents that should be available on site but do not need to be in the supervisors hands to conduct job briefings or
         control work.
[12]     Site Environmental Safety and Health Representative and Site supervisor complete this section to agree that the work can be safely
         performed as described in the AHA.
[13]     Repeat steps 6 through 9 to describe any changes needed in the AHA based on changes in work or hazards encountered.
[14]     Site Environmental Safety and Health Representative and Site supervisor complete this section to agree that the work can be safely
         performed as described in the AHA change.




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[2] Work Location: Brownfields Phase II ESAs

[3] Task Title: GEOPROBE SOIL SAMPLING
[4] Work Phase: Phase II ESA                                      [5] List Work Groups Needed for Each Phase

A. Rig Setup                                                      A. CDM and Subcontractors

B. Direct Push Activities                                         B. CDM and Subcontractors

C. Sleeve Removal and Sample Collection                           C. CDM and Subcontractors

D. Equipment decontamination                                      D. CDM and Subcontractors

E. Demobilization                                                 E. CDM and Subcontractors


[6] Activity Steps          [7] Work Groups     [8] Hazards                      [9] Hazard Controls (Engineered, Operational,
                                                                                     Documents, PPE, Qualifications)
A. Rig Setup and Use        CDM/Subcontractor   Hand injury                      Leather work gloves will be required for all work that have
                                                                                 a potential for cuts from sharp edges or pinch points.

                                                Head injury                      Hard hats will be required for all work activities involved
                                                                                 with setting up the geoprobe unit.
                                                Foot injury                      Steel-toed work boots will be required for all work
                                                                                 activities involved with setting up the geoprobe unit.
                                                Back injury                      Personnel will be instructed to lift with their legs and not
                                                                                 their backs while handling push/drill rods or other heavy
                                                                                 equipment. Personnel will be encouraged to ask for
                                                                                 assistance when carrying heavy/bulky items.



          Any employee observing a condition deemed unsafe or hazardous has STOP WORK AUTHORITY.




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[6] Activity Steps       [7] Work Groups      [8] Hazards                    [9] Hazard Controls (Engineered, Operational, Documents, PPE,
                                                                                   Qualifications)
   A. Rig Setup and       CDM/Subcontractor   Eye Injury                     Safety glasses with side shields shall be worn for all work activities involved with setting
       Use (continued)                                                       up the geoprobe unit.
                                              Emergency notification         A cellular phone will be available at all times on the job site. All personnel will be
                                                                             trained on the proper numbers to call for summoning emergency assistance.


                                              Environmental release          Re-fueling will be conducted over plastic sheeting.


                                              Electrical shock               All electrical equipment will be inspected prior to use. A ground fault circuit interrupter
                                                                             (GFCI) will be required for all temporary wiring and/or extension cords.


                                              Defective equipment            All equipment will be inspected prior to being brought on site. Additionally, prior to
                                                                             each use (daily), personnel will perform a pre-use inspection to ensure that it is still safe
                                                                             to operate. The safety representative will also perform routine audits and inspections.

                                              Severe weather                 Operations will stop when weather interferes with the safety of the operators.
                                                                             Operations will stop with the threat of severe weather. Operators, crew, and other
                                                                             support personnel will move out of the work zone and take shelter in specified
                                                                             buildings. The Safety Officer will specify assembly points.
                                              Fire                           Fire extinguishers of the proper classification and size will be present on the geoprobe
                                                                             unit.
                                              Slips, trips, and falls        Good housekeeping requirements will be applied to all work areas. Equipment will be
                                                                             stored unless in use. Cords kept out of walk areas. Staff is encouraged to get help or use
                                                                             mechanical assists to lift heavy or oversized objects and to use proper lifting techniques.
                                                                             Spills should be cleaned up properly. Safety Officer will monitor use of correct footwear
                                                                             and inform staff of uneven surfaces in the work area.
                                                                             Personnel will be briefed on the signs and symptoms of heat related illnesses. The
                                              Heat Stress                    Safety Officer will observe for heat related illnesses.
                                              Injury from motorized          Personnel will be aware of the location of motorized equipment and especially those
                                              equipment/ mechanical or       with limited visibility. Back-up alarms will be required on equipment where it
                                              moving parts (Hazardous        is recommended. All extremities will be kept clear of all moving parts.
                                              Energy)



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[6] Activity Steps   [7] Work Groups       [8] Hazards                  [9] Hazard Controls (Engineered, Operational, Documents, PPE,
                                                                             Qualifications)
   B. Direct Push     CDM/Subcontractors   Emergency notification       A cellular phone will be available on the job site. All personnel will be trained on the
       Activities                                                       proper numbers to call for
                                                                        summoning emergency assistance.
                                           Head injury                  Hard hats will be required for all work in the HAZWOPER zones.


                                           Work Zones                   The area will be marked off with flagging and set up as a HAZWOPER area. Signs
                                                                        identifying PPE requirements will be located outside of the zone.

                                                                        Personnel will be briefed on the signs and symptoms of heat related illnesses. The
                                           Heat Stress                  Safety Officer will observe for heat related illnesses.

                                           Untrained personnel          Only trained and card certified personnel will operation the geoprobe.



                                           Foot injury                  Steel-toed work boots will be required for all personnel in the
                                                                        construction/HAZWOPER zone.

                                           Eye Injury                   Safety glasses with side shields shall be required for all personnel in the HAZWOPER
                                                                        Zone. Avoid contact of hands and eyes during sample handling activities.

                                           Noise                        The geoprobe operator will be required to wear hearing protection when the rig is in
                                                                        operation. Other personnel will be required to wear hearing protection when working in
                                                                        the work zone.
                                           Hand injury                  Leather work gloves will be required for all work which has a potential for cuts from
                                                                        sharp steel, push/drill steel, cutting sample sleeves, pinch points, etc. Pinch points will
                                                                        be guarded. Latex gloves will be required while handling potentially contaminated
                                                                        samples.

                                           Ultra-violet exposure        It is recommended that sunscreen be worn on all areas exposed to the sun. Sunscreen
                                                                        will be available for personnel to use.




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[6] Activity Steps     [7] Work Groups      [8] Hazards                       [9] Hazard Controls (Engineered, Operational, Documents, PPE,
                                                                                    Qualifications)
   B. Direct Push      CDM/Subcontractors   Injury from motorized             Personnel will be aware of the location of motorized equipment and especially those
       Activities                           equipment / mechanical or         with limited visibility. Back-up alarms will be required on equipment where it
       (continued)                          moving parts (Hazardous           is recommended. All extremities will be kept clear of all moving parts.
                                            Energy)
                                            Exposure to hazardous             Company issued clothing will be required for all personnel working in the zone. All
                                            chemicals                         personnel handling the samples will be required to wear latex gloves. Additionally,
                                                                              Organic Vapor Monitoring will be conducted to ensure that personnel are not being
                                                                              exposed to harmful amounts of volatile chemicals. The action levels for the
                                                                              contaminant(s) of concern are provided on page 5 of the Site-Specific HASP and
                                                                              personnel will be instructed to move away from the borehole or sample area and follow
                                                                              HASP instructions.
                                            Insects, snakes and spiders       Be aware that snakes may be in the area. Any employee or subcontractor bitten by a
                                                                              snake shall immediately halt all work and shall be transported to the nearest health care
                                                                              facility.
                                                                              Permanone can be used to control exposure to ticks and other insects. Personnel shall
                                                                              follow the directions for use of permanone. Ensure that permanone is not sprayed
                                                                              directly on the skin.
                                                                              Be aware of spiders; do not pick up and debris without carefully checking the area, and
                                                                              wear gloves when moving debris to protect bare hands from exposure to spiders and/or
                                                                              insects.
                                            Slips, trips, and falls           Good housekeeping requirements will be applied to all work areas. Equipment will be
                                                                              stored unless in use. Cords kept out of walk areas. Staff is encouraged to get help or use
                                                                              mechanical assists to lift heavy or oversized objects and to use proper lifting techniques.
                                                                              Spills should be cleaned up properly. Safety Officer will monitor use of correct footwear
                                                                              and inform staff of uneven surfaces in the work area.
                                            Severe weather                    Operations will stop when weather interferes with the safety of the operators.
                                                                              Operations will stop with the threat of severe weather. Operators, crew, and other
                                                                              support personnel will move out of the work zone and take shelter in specified
                                                                              buildings. The Safety Officer will specify assembly points.

   C. Sleeve Removal    CDM/Subcontractor   Emergency notification            A cellular phone will be available on the job site. All personnel will be trained on the
       and Sample                                                             proper numbers to call for summoning emergency assistance.
       Collection




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[6] Activity Steps     [7] Work Groups      [8] Hazards                    [9] Hazard Controls (Engineered, Operational, Documents, PPE,
                                                                                Qualifications)
   C. Sleeve Removal    CDM/Subcontractor   Foot injury                    Steel-toed work boots will be required for all personnel in the HAZWOPER zone.
       and Sample
       Collection
       (continued)
                                            Exposure to hazardous          Company issued clothing will be required for all personnel working in the zone. All
                                            chemicals                      personnel handling the samples will be required to wear latex gloves. Additionally,
                                                                           Organic Vapor Monitoring will be conducted to ensure that personnel are not being
                                                                           exposed to harmful amounts of volatile chemicals. The action levels for known
                                                                           contaminants are listed in page 5 of the HASP, personnel will be instructed to move
                                                                           away from the borehole or sample area and follow HASP instructions.
                                            Head injury                    Hard hats will be required for all work around the geoprobe (i.e. collecting sample sleeve
                                                                           from operator). Hard hats will not be required at the sample prep area.


                                            Eye Injury                     Safety glasses with side shields shall be required for all personnel in the
                                                                           construction/HAZWOPER.


                                            Back injury                    Personnel will be instructed to lift with their legs and not their backs while handling
                                                                           push/drill rods or other heavy equipment. Personnel will be encouraged to ask for
                                                                           assistance when carrying heavy/bulky items.

    D. Equipment        CDM/Subcontractor   Exposure to contaminates       Company issued clothing will be required for all personnel decontaminating equipment.
   Decontamination                                                         Latex gloves will be worn during decontamination process.


                                            Hand injuries                  Leather gloves will be worn when picking up push rods, samplers, etc. This equipment
                                                                           is made of metal and can be hot to the touch after sitting out to air dry.

                                            Slips/trips/ and falls         Good housekeeping requirements will be applied to all work areas. Be aware that the
                                                                           plastic sheeting under the decontamination buckets will become slippery when wet.
                                                                           Use caution when walking in the area.

                                                                           Equipment that is drying will be stored away from the walking pathways.




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[6] Activity Steps        [7] Work Groups      [8] Hazards                         [9] Hazard Controls (Engineered, Operational, Documents, PPE,
                                                                                        Qualifications)
    D. Equipment           CDM/Subcontractor                                       Personnel will be briefed on the signs and symptoms of heat related illnesses. The
   Decontamination                             Heat Stress                         Safety Officer will observe for heat related illnesses.
     (continued)

   E. Demobilization of    CDM/Subcontractor   Injury from motorized               Personnel will be aware of the location of motorized equipment and especially those
       Rig Setup                               equipment                           with limited visibility. Back-up alarms will be required on equipment where it
                                                                                   is recommended.

                                               Eye Injury                          Safety glasses with side shields shall be worn

                                               Hand injury                         Leather or cotton work gloves will be required for all work which has a potential for
                                                                                   cuts from sharp steel, push/drill steel, cutting sample sleeves, pinch points, etc. Pinch
                                                                                   points will be guarded.

                                               Foot injury                         Steel-toed work boots will be required for all personnel in the HAZWOPER zone.


                                               Head injury                         Hard hats will be required for all work in the HAZWOPER zones.

                                                                                   Personnel will be briefed on the signs and symptoms of heat related illnesses. The
                                               Heat Stress                         Safety Officer will observe for heat related illnesses.
                                               Severe weather                      Operations will stop when weather interferes with the safety of the operators.
                                                                                   Operations will stop with the threat of severe weather. Operators, crew, and other
                                                                                   support personnel will move out of the work zone and take shelter in specified
                                                                                   buildings. The Safety Officer will specify assembly points.
   F. Soil and             CDM/Subcontractor   Contamination                       At a minimum, plastic will be placed over the area to be drilled and sampled. If the
     Groundwater                                                                   contaminants warrant, plastic will be placed under the rig as well as a large area
     Sampling                                                                      surrounding the rig.
                                                                                   If fuel or oil leaks on the plastic sheeting, absorbent pads will be used.

                                               Equipment failure/break-downs       Prior to use all drill rigs and related equipment will be inspected by rig crew.

                                                                                   Drill rigs and support equipment will be inspected daily and documented by the
                                                                                   equipment operator and verified by the H&S coordinator/officer on a daily basis.




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[6] Activity Steps     [7] Work Groups      [8] Hazards                  [9] Hazard Controls (Engineered, Operational, Documents, PPE,
                                                                              Qualifications)
   F. Soil and          CDM/Subcontractor   Rig failure                  Hammers, pulleys or chains must be covered with protective guards.
     Groundwater
     Sampling                                                            All rigs must have an emergency kill switch, which is readily accessible to personnel at
     (continued)                                                         the rear of the rig. All personnel on the site will know the location of the kill switch and
                                                                         how to use it.
                                            Rig/equipment damage         Wire cables will be inspected daily. Cables with broken strands, weak spots, kinking, or
                                                                         mashed areas will be replaced prior to use.
                                            Unauthorized operation       Only trained and authorized personnel will operate and/or assist in drilling operations.

                                                                         Operators must comply with all applicable state certifications.

                                            Crushing injuries            Rigs stabilizer will be properly transported by either a rack, the rig, or utility trailer.

                                                                         If transported on a trailer, the rods or stabilizers will be held securely in place.

                                                                         If feasible, all vehicles and wheeled equipment will have chocks placed under the
                                                                         wheels to prevent rolling.
   G. Mobilization/     CDM/Subcontractor   Back injury                  Use proper lifting techniques and assists.
   Demobilization of
       Field Events                         Slips, trips and falls       Slippery conditions will be avoided. Maintain proper housekeeping to avoid clutter.

                                            Biological Hazards           Bug spray will be available onsite. If needed, mosquito control will be implemented.

                                            Heavy equipment              ALL "Heavy Equipment" SHALL BE "Inspected" prior to use. ALL "Bi-Directional"
                                                                         machines MUST BE equipped with "Backalarms" that are audible above jobsite noise.
                                                                         There SHALL BE "Daily Inspections" of ALL equipment prior to use. In the instance of
                                                                         Cranes, they SHALL HAVE current Certifications available for Inspection and be
                                                                         equipped with Hand Signal Charts, Load Charts and "Anti-Two Block" device.
                                            Traffic Control              Employees SHALL BE stationed as applicable and appropriate to direct traffic during
                                                                         movement of equipment and supplies onto the project. They SHALL BE equipped with
                                                                         "vests" and "warning flags" while performing these functions. ALL movement of "on-
                                                                         site traffic" SHALL BE monitored by Supervision and when appropriate assign
                                                                         employees for traffic movement (Trucks) on the site.



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[6] Activity Steps     [7] Work Groups      [8] Hazards          [9] Hazard Controls (Engineered, Operational, Documents, PPE,
                                                                      Qualifications)
   G. Mobilization/     CDM/Subcontractor   Driving Safety       Employees should take precaution driving to and from the field site by driving the
      Demobilization                                             speed limit, wearing seatbelts at all times, and taking safety precautions during extreme
      of Sampling                                                weather conditions.
      Activities




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[10] Attachments:
Document Type          Document Number                           Applies to Work Group   For Work Step(s)/Phase(s)
Generic Health and     3223-149-SA-HASP-06880                    CDM and Subcontractor   All Steps and Phases
Safety Plan (HASP)
Site-specific HASP     Site-specific                             CDM and Subcontractor   All Steps and Phases
Generic QAPP           3223-149-PP-QAPP-07331                    CDM                     All Steps and Phases
Site -specific QAPP    Site-specific                             CDM                     All Steps and Phases
Subcontractor SOW      N/A                                       Subcontractor           All Steps and Phases
Correct Way to Fall    N/A                                       CDM and Subcontractor   All Steps and Phases


Comments:




[11] References:
Document Type          Document Number                           Applies to Work Group   For Work Step(s)/Phase(s)




[12] Subcontractor Approvals                    a. Print Name             b. Signature       c. Date

1    Environmental, Safety, and Health

2    Site Supervisor




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[13] Change Summary
                                                                        [9] Hazard Controls (Engineered, Operational,
[6] Activity Steps      [7] Work Groups   [8] Hazards                   Documents, PPE, Qualifications)




[14] Subcontractor Approvals                 a. Print Name        b. Signature                   c. Date

1    Environmental, Safety, and Health

2    Site Supervisor




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                             PRE-JOB BRIEFING ATTENDANCE
AHA No:                                 Job Title:                                                 Date:
                                        GEO-PROBE SAMPLING
Service Supervisor:                     Performer Organization:                                    Time:

I agree to work within the scope of work and follow the work controls described in the briefing.
             Signature                          Badge No. or SSN                         Organization
               APPENDIX B

HEAT STRESS, HOUSEKEEPING, FALL PREVENTION
                                                                                                        Section 16
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                   16.13 Heat Stress
                   CDM employees may be exposed to hazards associated with hot work environments.
                   Factors that contribute to heat exposure include temperature, humidity, PPE radiant heat,
                   sunlight, access to drinking water, exposure duration, and work activity. Individuals
                   vary widely in their susceptibility to heat stress. Factors that may influence individual
                   susceptibility to heat stress include the following:

                          Lack of physical fitness                    Alcohol and drug use
                          Lack of acclimatization                     Infection
                          Age                                         Sunburn
                          Dehydration                                 Diarrhea
                          Obesity                                     Chronic disease

                   The following guidelines should be considered when CDM employees or subcontractors
                   perform work:

                          In ambient air temperatures above 80°F
                          That involves heavy physical labor in temperatures above 70°F
                          In chemical-protective clothing above 70°F

                   16.13.1 Hazards Associated with Heat Stress
                   Heat Stroke – Heat stroke is a serious medical emergency and can lead to death if left
                   untreated. It is an acute and dangerous reaction caused by the failure of heat regulating
                   mechanisms of the body. Persons who are elderly, obese, chronically ill, alcoholic,
                   diabetic, or have circulatory system problems are at greater risk.

                          Symptoms include red, hot, dry skin; nausea; headache; weakness; dizziness; elevated
                          body temperature (BT); rapid respiration and pulse; coma; or loss of consciousness.

                          Treatment for heat stroke:

                          B Heat stroke is a serious medical emergency. Emergency medical services (911)
                            should be contacted if heat stroke is suspected.
                          B Move the victim to a cool place (shade, air conditioned building, vehicle).
                          B Remove heavy clothing.
                          B Cool the victim with ice packs, wet towels, or cloth.
                          B Keep head and shoulders elevated.
                          B Keep victim’s airway open, check breathing and pulse.

                   Heat Exhaustion – A state of exhaustion or weakness caused by loss of fluids through
                   perspiration and inadequate fluid replacement. Severe cases may result in loss of
                   consciousness (fainting). This condition can progress to heat stroke if left untreated.

                          Symptoms include:

                          B Pale, clammy, moist skin; heavy sweating; and extreme weakness.
                          B BT is normal, pulse is weak and rapid, breathing is shallow.
                          B The person may have a headache, nausea, or feel dizzy.


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                          Treatment for heat exhaustion:

                          B   Remove the victim to a cool location (shade, air conditioned building, or vehicle).
                          B   Allow the victim to lie down and prop their legs up.
                          B   Cool the victim with wet towels, cloth, or cold packs.
                          B   If the victim in not nauseous, they should drink water slowly.
                          B   If the victim loses consciousness, transport to local medical facility.
                          B   Continue treatment until symptoms are gone. Consult with CDM medical
                              consultant before returning to work.

                   Heat Cramps – Heat cramps are a condition that can progress to heat exhaustion or
                   heat stroke. Symptoms include severe cramping of the arms, legs, and abdomen.
                   Treatment includes:

                          Removing the victim to a cool location; loosen clothing
                          Having the victim slowly drink cool water
                          Resting the cramping muscles

                   Heat Rash – Heat rash is a mild red skin rash in areas where the body is in contact with
                   clothing or protective gear. The area is likely to itch and can be a source of irritation.
                   Treatment includes decreasing the amount of time in protective gear and applying
                   talcum powder to absorb moisture. When possible, wear breathable clothing to prevent
                   a buildup of moisture within the clothing.

                   16.13.2 Heat Stress Monitoring
                   Since the susceptibility to heat stress hazards can vary greatly from one individual to
                   another, often the best way to monitor for heat stress is through observing employees
                   and individual physiological monitoring. When working in conditions that have the
                   potential to create heat stress, either heart rate (HR) or BT should be monitored in
                   accordance with the suggested frequency given in Table 16-1 below:

                                                         Table 16-1
                                     Suggested Frequency of Physiological Monitoring for Fit
                                                  and Acclimatized Workersa
                          Adjusted Temperatureb               Normal Work Ensemblec               Impermeable Ensemble
                           90°F (32.2°C) or above            After each 45 minutes of work      After each 15 minutes of work
                        87.5° to 90°F (30.8° to 32.2°C)      After each 60 minutes of work      After each 30 minutes of work
                       82.5° to 87.5°F (28.1° to 30.8°C)     After each 90 minutes of work      After each 60 minutes of work
                       77.5° to 82.5°F (25.3° to 28.1°C)     After each 120 minutes of work     After each 90 minutes of work
                       72.5° to 77.5°F (22.5° to 25.3°C)     After each 150 minutes of work     After each 120 minutes of work
                   a
                       For work levels of 250 kilocalories/hour.

                    Calculate the adjusted air temperature (Ta adj) by using this equation: Ta adj °F = Ta °F + (13 X % sunshine).
                   b

                   Measure air temperature (Ta) with a standard mercury-in-glass thermometer, with the bulb shielded from
                   radiant heat. Estimate percent sunshine by judging what percent time the sun is not covered by clouds that
                   are thick enough to produce a shadow (100 percent sunshine - no cloud cover and a sharp, distinct shadow; 0
                   percent sunshine - no shadows).
                   c
                       A normal work ensemble consists of cotton coveralls or other cotton clothing with long sleeves and pants.




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                          Heart Rate – HR should be measured by the radial pulse for 30 seconds as early as
                          possible in the initial rest period. On an individual basis, if the HR exceeds 110 beats per
                          minute (BPM), that individual should not return to work until their HR drops below
                          110 BPM and they are fully recovered. If more than one worker has an HR that exceeds
                          110 BPM, a work rest regimen or other control measures should be implemented to
                          maintain HRs below 110 BPM.

                          Body Temperature – The BT may be measured using a clinical oral thermometer or a
                          clinical ear thermometer. On an individual basis, if the BT exceeds 99.6°F, that individual
                          should not return to work until their BT drops below 99.6°F and they are fully recovered.
                          If more than one worker has a BT in excess of 99.6°F, a work rest regimen or other
                          control measures should be implemented to maintain BTs below 99.6°F.

                          Personnel should monitor themselves and each other for the development of symptoms
                          such as sudden fatigue, nausea, dizziness, irritability, malaise, flu-like symptoms, and
                          lightheadedness.

                   16.13.3 Heat Stress Controls and Prevention

                          Develop work/rest regimen to maintain physiological parameters within limits
                          described above and prevent development of initial symptoms of heat stress related
                          conditions. If the physiological limits are exceeded or symptoms develop, the work
                          period should be reduced and rest period increased. Rest areas should be cool (in areas
                          such as shade, air conditioned buildings, or vehicles) and away from heat exposure.

                          In extreme heat conditions, employees may wear heat-control clothing such as ice
                          vests or cool suits. Physiological monitoring should still be conducted and work/rest
                          regimens implemented to keep physiological parameters within recommended limits.

                          Mobile showers or hoses can be used to cool down workers in waterproof protective
                          clothing.

                          Shield sources of radiant heat.

                          Provide shaded work areas.

                          Conduct activities in early morning and late evening to avoid the hottest parts of the day.

                          Allow employees to become acclimatized to the heat by performing less strenuous
                          activities for the first few days. Schedule more physically demanding work later.

                          Provide adequate, cool drinking water for consumption during break periods.

                          Avoid consumption of beverages such as coffee, tea, or colas that act as diuretics and
                          dehydrate the body.




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                    16.7 Fall Protection
                    CDM employees who visit active construction sites may be exposed to falls. A fall
                    exposure is considered to exist when an employee is within 6 lateral feet of a change
                    in elevation of 6 vertical feet or more. Typical exposures can include:

                          Excavations
                          Roofs
                          Leading edge of a surface (floor)
                          Floor openings

                     All employees should use fall protection 100 percent of the time when exposed to a
                     fall in excess of 6 feet or when required by rules such as those of a client or the owner
                     or operator of a facility. Fall protection may consist of any of the following:
                          Guardrails
                          Safety nets
                          Positioning systems
                          Warning systems
                          Personal fall arrest systems

                    Employees should not use fall arrest equipment until they have been properly trained.
                    Fall protection training can be arranged by contacting your division HSM. Project
                    managers and site managers shall ensure fall protection is available and used as
                    required for all employees for whom they are responsible and that employees receive
                    adequate training in the use of the equipment.
                    The following work practices and guidelines should be considered for protection
                    against falls:

                          Before working or walking on a surface, consider the strength and structural
                          integrity of the surface. Can it support employees and any needed equipment or
                          material safely? Employees shall work on those surfaces only when the surfaces
                          have the requisite strength and structural integrity.

                          When not protected by any other means of fall protection, such as safety nets or
                          scaffold with proper guardrails, employees shall use full body harnesses, lanyards
                          with double-locking snap hooks, and an adequate anchorage (fall arrest equipment).
                          To achieve 100 percent fall protection, employees may need to use a two-lanyard
                          system and/or vertical or horizontal lifelines, retractable lifelines, or other approved
                          positioning devices.

                          Employees shall rig fall arrest equipment so that it minimizes the potential for a fall
                          arrest event or any potential free-fall, lateral swing, or contact with any lower
                          object. Under no circumstances shall fall arrest equipment be rigged so that an
                          employee can free-fall more than 6 feet.




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                          Anchorage points for fall arrest equipment shall be capable of supporting 5,000
                          pounds per employee attached. Anchorage points for fall arrest equipment shall be
                          located above the employee’s body harness attachment point where practical.

                          When vertical lifelines are used, a separate lifeline shall protect each employee. The
                          lifeline shall be properly weighted at the bottom and terminated to preclude a
                          device such as a rope grab from falling off the line.

                          Horizontal lifelines should be limited to two persons at one time between supports
                          and maintain a safety factor (strength/requirement) of at least 2.

                          Before each use, employees shall visually inspect all fall arrest equipment for cuts,
                          cracks, tears or abrasions, undue stretching, overall deterioration, mildew,
                          operational defects, heat damage, or acid or other corrosion. Equipment showing
                          any defect shall be withdrawn from service. All fall arrest equipment subjected to
                          impacts caused by a free-fall or by testing shall be removed from service. CDM
                          personnel shall use full body harnesses for personal fall protection. Fall protection
                          equipment is available from the field equipment centers.

                          Fall arrest equipment should be stored in a cool dry place not subjected to direct sunlight.

                          Fall arrest equipment shall not be used for any other purpose, such as towropes or hoist
                          lines.

                          Proper guardrails shall be installed on open sides of all walkways and runways
                          where the fall distance exceeds 4 feet. Proper guardrails shall be installed on open
                          sided floors where the fall distance exceeds 6 feet. All floor openings or floor holes
                          shall be protected by guardrails or hole covers. If hole covers are used, they shall be
                          strong enough to support the maximum intended load, secured against
                          displacement, and properly labeled.

                          When guardrails are used for fall protection, they shall consist of a top rail, intermediate
                          rail, and toeboard. The top rail shall have a vertical height of 42 inches, the midrail shall
                          be at 21 inches, and the toeboard 4 inches. When wood railings are used, the post shall
                          be of at least 2-inch by 4-inch stock spaced not to exceed 8 feet, the top rail shall be of at
                          least 2-inch by 4-inch stock, and the intermediate rail shall be of at least 1-inch by 6-inch
                          stock. If pipe is used, it shall be at least 1½-inch nominal diameter. If structural steel is
                          used, it shall be of 2-inch by 2-inch by 3/8-inch angles or equivalent. If wire rope is used
                          for railings, it shall have a diameter of at least 2 inches and shall be stretched taut to
                          allow no more than a 3-inch deflection.

                          When operating a scissor-lift work platform, the lift shall have guardrails on all
                          open sides, with the door access chains or rails in place.

                          Employees operating aerial lifts shall wear a body harness and lanyard attached to
                          the aerial lift. Employees shall not attach the lanyard to an independent structure.




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                          Employees riding in a crane-suspended work platform shall wear a body harness
                          and lanyard attached to the grab rail of the platform.

                          Employees working on or near wall forms or rebar shall wear a body harness
                          lanyard and/or positioning device when exposed to a fall in excess of 6 feet.

                          Positioning devices shall be rigged to prevent a free-fall greater than 24 inches.

                          Stairs, ladders, or ramps shall be provided for all access ways where there is a
                          change in elevation greater than 19 inches.

                          Manila or synthetic rope shall not be used as guardrails.

                          Employees shall not stand or sit on guardrails.

                          Personal fall arrest systems shall not be attached to guardrail systems.

                          If warning lines are used, they should consist of rope, wire, or chain and be flagged
                          at intervals of 6 feet or less with high-visibility material. The lowest point should be
                          no less and 34 inches from the surface, and the highest point should be no more
                          than 39 inches. The warning line should be placed at least 6 feet from the edge.

                          Safety net systems should be installed as close to the working surface as practical,
                          but in no case more than 25 feet below the working surface and should extend
                          outward at least 8 to 13 feet depending on the vertical fall distance. Safety nets
                          should be drop-tested after initial installation and at 6-month intervals. The
                          maximum size of net mesh should not exceed 36 square inches nor be longer than 6
                          inches on any side. Mesh opening should be secure to prevent enlargement.

                          Body belts should not be used for personal fall arrest. Full body harnesses are required.




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                  16.2 Housekeeping
                  These guidelines are for the establishment and administration of a clean and orderly
                  work environment at field project sites. A continuous housekeeping program strongly
                  tends to prevent accidents. A clean and orderly work environment can be achieved
                  and maintained through ongoing housekeeping efforts undertaken by personnel at all
                  levels. Project managers shall initiate participation in housekeeping activities and
                  good work habits, not only at the end of a work assignment but throughout the
                  evolution of the project.

                       To achieve these benefits, the team shall plan the location of equipment and storage
                       facilities to allow the easy flow of personnel, equipment, materials, fire hazards, and to
                       prevent the obstruction of evacuation, fire fighting, or rescue activities.

                       Store materials in a manner that facilitates access of material handling equipment and
                       personnel handling limitations. Lack of sufficient workspace and storage capacity leads to
                       the potential for accidents and decreases efficiency.

                       Avoid storage of flammable liquids, such as paints and thinners, unless they are required
                       for specific project needs. If needed, such storage shall be within a metal storage cabinet
                       that has been labeled and approved for the storage of flammable liquids.

                       Continuously maintain work areas in a neat and orderly manner.

                       Containers should be provided for the collection of waste, trash, and other nonhazardous
                       refuse. Investigation-derived waste and other waste materials that are potentially
                       hazardous should be stored and labeled in accordance with project-specific procedures
                       that meet regulatory and client requirements.

                       Deploy leads, hoses, and extension cords so they do not present tripping hazards and are
                       not subject to contact with moisture or physical stress. Where possible, they should be
                       hung overhead with nonconductive material and kept away from walkways, doors, stairs,
                       and ladders.

                       Protect protruding rebar and anchor bolts and conspicuously mark them.

                       Clean small spills that create slip hazards and/or flammability hazards immediately and
                       do not leave them unattended.

                       Keep walkways, aisles, stairways, and passageways in a clear and unobstructed condition.

                       Prohibit eating and drinking in work areas where there is potential exposure to toxic or
                       hazardous materials. Smoking is limited to designated smoking areas where there is no
                       such exposure.




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                   16.14 Cold Stress
                   Persons working outdoors in low temperatures, especially below freezing, or in wet or
                   snowy weather are potentially subject to cold stress disorders. Factors that contribute to
                   cold stress exposure include temperature, humidity, wind, sunlight, rain, snow, fog,
                   exposure duration, clothing, and work activity. Individual susceptibility to cold stress
                   disorders can vary widely. Individual physical factors that can affect a person’s
                   response to cold work environments include a person’s general fitness and age.

                   The following guidelines should be considered when working in ambient air temperatures
                   below 40°F, especially when other contributing weather conditions such as snow, rain, or
                   wind are present.

                   16.14.1 Hazards Associated with Cold Stress
                   Hypothermia – Hypothermia results from a cooling of the body’s core temperature and
                   if left unattended can become a serious condition. Hypothermia can result in the loss of
                   physical skills and impair judgment thereby contributing to the potential for other
                   accidents. Severe hypothermia can result in death. Hypothermia can occur at
                   temperatures above freezing as well as below.

                          Symptoms include shivering, teeth chattering, fumbling hands, slurred speech, and
                          loss of coordination. Eventually, the pulse and respiratory rate may slow. The victim
                          may appear blue or lose color in the face.

                          Treatment for hypothermia is to catch symptoms early and move the individual to a
                          warm environment indoors or in a vehicle. If a warm location is not immediately
                          available, the victim should be sheltered from the wind and provided extra clothing
                          such as coats or blankets and observed to determine if their condition is improving.
                          If the victim continues to deteriorate and becomes colder, they should be transported
                          to a medical facility for assistance.

                   Frostbite – Frostbite is a condition in which the fluids around cells of body tissue
                   freeze. The condition can lead to body tissue damage. The most vulnerable parts of the
                   body are the nose, ears, cheeks, fingers, and toes.

                          Symptoms of frostbite include body parts becoming white, firm, cold to the touch,
                          and may feel waxy. The victim will not feel pain in the affected area.

                          Treatment of frostbite requires that the victim be brought to a warm environment and
                          the affected areas be allowed to thaw and warm. If frostbite has progressed beyond
                          small patches of skin and affects whole body parts such as a hand, foot, or ear, the
                          victim should be transported to a medical facility for treatment and observation.

                   16.14.2 Cold Stress Monitoring
                   Personnel should monitor themselves and each other for signs and symptoms of
                   frostbite and/or hypothermia. If symptoms are observed in an employee or
                   subcontractor, steps should be taken to treat the symptoms by having the individual go
                   to a warm environment either in a nearby structure or vehicle.


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                   16.14.3 Cold Stress Control and Prevention
                   Cold stress can easily be prevented with proper planning and prevention. Some basic
                   controls and preventative measures are listed below:

                          Forecasted conditions. Consider the effect of wind chill (Table 16-2 on next page).

                          Dress in layers and stay dry. Avoid cotton clothing such as socks or T-shirts. Bring
                          extra clothing.

                          Wear hardhat liners and gloves. Wear rain gear in rain and snow.

                          Curtail work if extreme weather conditions such as a blizzard, extreme wind chill
                          (e.g., less than 0°F), torrential cold rains, or wind is expected.

                          For long-term projects in cold environments, consider setting temporary structures
                          with portable heaters.

                          Take warming breaks as needed.

                          Avoid beverages with caffeine, alcohol, or medications that restrict blood flow.

                          Drink warm noncaffeine beverages such as hot chocolate or soups on breaks.




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                                                                                     Table 16-2
                                                                                   Windchill Index
       WINDCHILL INDEX             Cooling Power of Wind on Exposed Flesh Expressed as an Equivalent Temperature (under calm conditions)

         Estimated Wind Speed                                                               Actual Temperature Reading (°F)

                     (in mph)      50           40           30           20          10           0            -10          -20         -30          -40          -50       -60

                                                                                            Equivalent Chill Temperature (°F)

                          Calm     50           40           30           20          10           0            -10          -20         -30          -40          -50       -60

                           5       48           37           27           16          6            -5           -15          -26         -36          -47          -57       -68

                           10      40           28           16           4           -9           -24          -33          -46         -58          -70          -83       -95

                           15      36           22           9            -5          -18          -32          -45          -58         -72          -85          -99       -112

                           20      32           18           4            -10         -25          -39          -53          -67         -82          -96          -110      -121

                           25      30           16           0            -15         -29          -44          -59          -74         -88          -104         -118      -133

                           30      28           13           -2           -18         -33          -48          -63          -79         -94          -109         -125      -140

                           35      27           11           -4           -20         -35          -51          -67          -82         -98          -113         -129      -145

                           40      26           10           -6           -21         -37          -53          -69          -85         -100         -116         -132      -148

          Wind speeds greater                    LITTLE DANGER                              INCREASING DANGER                                   GREAT DANGER
         than 40 mph have little          in < hour with dry skin. Maximum             Danger from freezing of exposed                 Flesh may freeze within 30 seconds.
            additional effect
                                          danger of false sense of security.                 flesh within 1 minute.

                                   From Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene, Third Edition. Plog, B.A., Benjamin, G. S., Kerwin, M.A., National Safety Council, 1988.




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APPENDIX C


OSHA POSTER
                           You Have a Right to a Safe
                           and Healthful Workplace.

          IT’S THE LAW!             q   You have the right to notify your employer or OSHA
                                        about workplace hazards. You may ask OSHA to keep
                                        your name confidential.
                                    q   You have the right to request an OSHA inspection if you
                                        believe that there are unsafe and unhealthful conditions in
                                        your workplace. You or your representative may participate
                                        in the inspection.
                                    q   You can file a complaint with OSHA within 30 days of
                                        discrimination by your employer for making safety and health
                                        complaints or for exercising your rights under the OSH Act.
                                    q   You have a right to see OSHA citations issued to your
                                        employer. Your employer must post the citations at or near
                                        the place of the alleged violation.
                                    q   Your employer must correct workplace hazards by the date
                                        indicated on the citation and must certify that these hazards
                                        have been reduced or eliminated.
                                    q   You have the right to copies of your medical records or
                                        records of your exposure to toxic and harmful substances
                                        or conditions.
                                    q   Your employer must post this notice in your workplace.




The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act), P.L. 91-596, assures safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women
throughout the Nation. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, in the U.S. Department of Labor, has the primary responsibility for
administering the OSH Act. The rights listed here may vary depending on the particular circumstances. To file a complaint, report an emergency, or
seek OSHA advice, assistance, or products, call 1-800-321-OSHA or your nearest OSHA office: • Atlanta (404) 562-2300 • Boston (617) 565-9860
• Chicago (312) 353-2220 • Dallas (214) 767-4731 • Denver (303) 844-1600 • Kansas City (816) 426-5861 • New York (212) 337-2378 • Philadelphia
(215) 861-4900 • San Francisco (415) 975-4310 • Seattle (206) 553-5930. Teletypewriter (TTY) number is 1-877-889-5627. To file a complaint online
or obtain more information on OSHA federal and state programs, visit OSHA’s website at www.osha.gov. If your workplace is in a state operating
under an OSHA-approved plan, your employer must post the required state equivalent of this poster.



                             1-800-321-OSHA
                               www.osha.gov
                      U.S. Department of Labor           • Occupational Safety and Health Administration • OSHA 3165
        APPENDIX D

INJURY ILLNESS REPORT FORM
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                                                                                  Injury/Illness Report
Section 1 –          To be completed by Employee, Direct Manager or Resource Manager,
                     Information about Injured, Ill, or Involved Employee:

First Name:                                                           Middle Initial:

Last Name:

SSN:                                                                  Sex:        M      F      Age:

Employee Status:              CDM                Subcontractor

Employee Number:                                                      Division:

Name of Subcontractor Firm:

Address and Phone No.:

Employment Category:                Length of Employment:                         Time in Occupation:
   Regular Full time                    In training     3-5 years                     In training      3-5 years
   Regular Part time                    <6 months       5-10 years                    <6 months        5-10 years
   Temporary                            6 mos-1 yr      10-20 years                   6 mo-1 yr        10-20 years
   Non-employee                         1-3 years       20+ years                     1-3 years        20+ years

Section 2 –          To be completed by Employee, Direct Manager or Resource Manager,
                     Information about Accident/Injury/Illness:

Date of Accident/Incident                                                               Time:

Project employee was working on at time of the Accident_

Specific Location of Accident/Incident:

Witness(es) to the Accident/Incident:

Employee's Usual Occupation:

Occupation at Time of Accident/Incident:

Direct Manager or Resource Manager

Injury or Illness?                      Injury               Illness
Property Damage?                        Yes                  No
Vehicle Involved?                       Yes                  No
Phase of Employee's Workday at Time of Injury:
  Performing Work Duties                         During Meals                            During Rest Period
  Entering or Leaving Workplace         Other



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General Type of Task Being Performed at Time of Injury/Illness:



Specific Activity Being Performed at Time of Injury/Illness:



Employee Was Working:

  Alone            With a Crew or Fellow Worker          Other      Crew size:

Supervision at Time of Accident:

  Directly Supervised      Indirectly Supervised   Not Supervised     Supervision Not Feasible

Description of Accident:




Recommendations for Corrective Actions:




Name, Address, and Phone Number of Attending Physician ( If Applicable):



Name and Address of Hospital:



Description of first aid or medical treatment provided to injured employee:




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Section 3 –                          Evaluation of Accident, Illness or Incident


Body Part Affected (circle all that are applicable):
    Abdomen               Ear                     Head                 Multiple           Thigh
    Ankle                 Elbow                   Heart                Musc. Skel.        Toe
    Arm                   Eye                     Hips                 Neck               Wrist
    Back                  Face                    Kidneys, Intest.     Nervous Sys.       Other
    Brain                 Finger                  Knee                 Scalp              Unknown
    Chest                 Foot                    Leg                  Shoulder
    Digestive             Hand                    Lungs                Skull
Injury Type (circle all that are applicable):
    Amputation            Contusion               Elec. Shock          Heat Stroke        Poisoning
    Asphyxia              Crush/Bruise            Fracture             Infect. Disease    Radiation
    Burn/Chemical         Cut/Puncture            Freezing             Inflammation       Scratch
    Burn/Heat             Dermatitis              Hearing Loss         Multiple           Sprain/Strain
    Concussion            Dislocation             Hernia               Occ. Disease       Other
                                                                                          Unknown
Injury Source (circle all that are applicable):
    Air Pressure          Clothing                Heat                 Noise              Soaps
    Animals               Coal/Petroleum          Hoists               Paper              Silica
    Animal Product        Cold                    Infectious           Particles          Scrap/Debris
    Body Motion           Drugs &                 Agents               Plants             Steam
    Boilers               Medicines               Ladders              Plastics           Textiles
    Boxes/                Electricity             Liquids              Power Tools        Vehicles/
    Containers            Fire/Smoke              Machines             Power Trans.       Forklifts
    Buildings/            Food Products           Molten Metal         Apparatus          Wood
     Structures           Furniture               Miner/Metallic       Pumps              Working Surfaces
    Ceramics              Glass                   Minerals/            Radiating          Other
    Chemicals             Hand Tool               Nonmetallic           Substances        Unknown
Accident Type Code (circle all that are applicable):
    Struck Against        Fall on Same            Rub/Abrasion         Temp. Extremes     Motor Vehicle
    Struck By             Level                   Bodily Reaction      Radiations/        Other
    Fall From             Caught In/              Overexertion         Caustics           Unknown
    Elevation             Between                 Electrocution        Public Transport




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Hazardous Conditions (circle all that are applicable):
    Defects in Dress/Apparel             Inadequately             Placement Hazards         Other
    Environmental Hazards                Guarded Work             Public Hazards            Unknown
    Hazardous Procedures                 Environment              None
Accident Part Code (circle all that are applicable):
    Parts of Boilers          Parts of Conveyors          Hand Tools           Parts of Vehicles          None
    Parts of Buildings        Parts of Hoists             Power Tools          Machines
    Other
Place a check in the box of each factor that applies to this incident.

EQUIPMENT - Was a Hazardous Condition a Contributing Factor?

                       Defect in Equipment/Tools
                       Hazardous Condition Not Recognized
                       Hazardous Condition Not Reported
                       Employee Not Informed/Job Procedure Not Specified
                       No Equipment Inspection Procedure
                       Inspection Procedure Failed to Detect Hazard
                       Correct Equipment/Tools Not Used
                       Correct Equipment Not Available
                       Employee Not Informed of Correct Equipment
                       Substitute Equipment
                       Equipment Design Contributed to Operator Stress/Error
                       Design/Quality of Tool Contributed to Hazardous Condition
                       Other/Unknown

ENVIRONMENT - Was the Location/Position of Equipment, Materials, or Employee a Contributing Factor?

                       Location/Position Contributed to a Hazardous Condition
                       Hazardous Condition Not Recognized
                       Hazardous Condition Not Reported
                       Employee Not Informed of Correct Job Procedure for Hazard
                       Employee Did Not Belong in the Area
                       Hazardous Condition Not Visible to Employee
                       Insufficient Workspace
                       Poor Environmental Control
                       Uncontrolled Release of Hazardous Material
                       Other/Unknown

PEOPLE - Was the Job Procedure(s) a Contributing Factor?

                       Aggravation of a Pre-existing Condition
                       No Written/Known Procedure
                       Job Procedure Inadequate
                       Employee Not Trained on Proper Job Procedure
                       Employee Deviated from Proper Job Procedure
                       Employee Not Physically/Mentally Capable of Performing Job
                       Job Procedure Too Difficult
                       Job Procedure Encourages Deviation
                       Other/Unknown


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PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

                  Employee not using PPE
                  PPE Not Specified for Task
                  PPE Unavailable
                  Employee Not Advised of PPE
                  Employee Not Properly Trained in PPE
                  PPE Used Incorrectly
                  PPE Inadequate
                  Emergency Equipment Not Specified (Shower, Eyewash, Etc)
                  Emergency Equipment Not Available
                  Emergency Equipment Not Used
                  Emergency Equipment Malfunctioned
                  Other/Unknown

MANAGEMENT - Was a Management Defect a Contributing Factor?

                  Supervisor Failed to Detect/Anticipate/Report Hazardous Condition
                  Supervisor Failed to Detect/Correct Deviations from Job Procedure
                  No Supervisor Review of Hazards and Job Procedures
                  Supervisor Responsibility Not Defined/Understood
                  Supervisor Not Trained in Accident Prevention
                  Failure to Initiate Corrective Action for Known Hazard
                  Other/Unknown

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH - Was a Chemical or Physical Agent a Contributing Factor?

       Physical Agent:

                  Noise, Vibration
                  Temperature Extremes
                  Ionizing Radiation - X, Gamma, Beta, or Alpha Radiation
                  Non-ionizing Radiation - Microwave, Laser, Ultraviolet, or Radio Frequency
                  Ergonomic - Repetitive Motion Trauma, Inappropriate Lighting, Glare, Incorrect
                  or Insufficient Tooling, Benches, Seating

       Chemical Agent:

                  Solvents                       Solvent Name
                  Acid, Bases                    Acid or Base Name
                  Particulates                   Particulate Name
                  Other Toxic Chemicals          Chemical Name

       Biological Agent:

                  Microorganism                  Microorganism
                  Insect                         Insect's Name
                  Animal                         Animal Species
                  Allergens                      Allergen Name




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CORRECTIVE ACTION(s) REQUIRED:




ASSIGNED TO:

Signatures:

Direct Manager or RM                                                                Date

HSC or HSM                                                                          Date

Corp. Human Resources                                                               Date

Section 4 –      To be filled out by Health and Safety Manager,
                 Accident, Illness, Incident Classification:

 Injury/Illness Severity:                                     OSHA Illness Code:
     First Aid Only                                                Occupational Skin Diseases or Disorders
     Medical Treatment                                             Dust Diseases of the Lungs
     Lost Workdays – Restricted Activity                           Respiratory Conditions Due to Toxic Agents
     Lost Workdays – Away from Work                                Poisoning
     Fatality Date:                                                Disorders Due to Physical Agents
     Total Number of Lost Days:                                    Disorders Associated with Repeated Trauma
                                                                   All Other Occupational Illnesses



 For Office Use Only:

 Case Nos. of Others Injured, Ill, or Involved in the Same Accident:

 Case No.:                                                   OSHA Recordable?          Yes      No

 Region:                                                     Address:

 Project No.:                                                Accident or Diagnosis Date:




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Photos Relating to Accident/Injury
(Make copies of this page as necessary.)

Insert photos here.




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Witness Statement – To be completed by witnesses to the accident
(Make copies of this page as necessary.)

Name:                                                       Employer:

Address:                                                    Position/Craft:

                                                            Phone:

This statement is in reference to:

Site of accident (job name, location):

Date of accident:

Describe what you know about the accident, what you saw or heard, what you were doing before the accident, what you
did after the accident (Use additional pages as necessary):




This statement is true to the best of my knowledge and memory.



Signature                                                                     Date




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      APPENDIX E

EMPLOYEE MEETING RECORD
                              CDM Federal
                        EMPLOYEE MEETING RECORD

Date:                                Project # or office location:
Time:                                Instructor:


Duration of training:


Topics discussed:




         Printed Name          Employee Number                       Signature




AG                                                                               Form B
      Canal Crossings

   Jersey City, New Jersey

Health and Safety Plan (HASP)
Acronyms
bgs        below ground surface
CDM        Camp Dresser & McKee
CPR        cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CRZ        Contamination Reduction Zone
ESA        Environmental Site Assessment
eV         electron volts
ft         feet
FTL        field team leader
H&SM       Health and Safety Manager
HASP       Health and Safety Plan
HAZWOPER   Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
HSO        Health and Safety Officer
IRM        Interim Remedial Measure
LEL        lower explosive limit
MSDS       Material Safety Data Sheet
NJDEP      New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
O2         oxygen
OSHA       Occupational Safety and Health Administration
PAH        polyaromatic hydrocarbon
PCB        polychlorinated biphenyl
PID        photoionization detector
PPE        personal protective equipment
ppm        parts per million
REC        recognized environmental condition
RI         Remedial Investigation
TBA        Targeted Brownfield Assessment
USEPA      United States Environmental Protection Agency
USTs       underground storage tanks
VOCs       volatile organic compounds
XRF        x-ray fluorescence
   HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                   This document is for the exclusive                         CDM Federal
   CDM Health and Safety Program                                 use of CDM and its subcontractors                          PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-018-00672
   PROJECT NAME            Canal Crossings                                     PROJECT#           018-SION-0200             REGION                           2

   SITE ADDRESS            824 Garfield Avenue                                 CLIENT ORGANIZATION                            U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
                           Jersey City, New Jersey                             CLIENT CONTACT                                             Alison Devine
                                                                               CLIENT CONTACT PHONE #                                     212/637-4158
   (X ) AMENDMENT TO EXISTING APPROVED H&SP?
   (X) H&SP AMENDMENT NUMBER?                             Site-specific        ( X) DATE OF PREVIOUS H&SP APPROVAL                     Generic HASP October 2007
   OBJECTIVES OF FIELD WORK:                                              SITE TYPE:          Check as many as applicable
   (e.g. collect surface soil samples):
                                                                          Active                  ( )       Landfill             ( )       Unknown           (X)

   (1) Perform a geophysical survey of subject property to identify the   Inactive                (X)       Uncontrolled         ( )       Military          ( )
   presence of underground storage tanks (USTs), buried
                                                                          Secure                  ( )       Industrial           (X)       Other (specify)   ( )
   foundations, and underground anomalies. Site reconnaissance to
   mark out sampling locations.                                           Unsecure                (X)       Recovery             ( )       Commercial        (X)
   (2) Conduct soil borings to at least 30 feet below ground surface
   (bgs) to sample the green, gray mud, chromate chemical                 Enclosed space          ( )       Well Field           ( )
   production waste, and mixed fill in shallow soils identified during
   the RI as well as to reach the water table. Conduct field screening
   for the following contaminants of concern: chromium via XRF
   analyzer; and Petroleum and gasoline constituents potentially
   from historic uses as an auto salvage storage area via
   photoionization detector (PID). Collect surface and subsurface soil
   samples based on field screening and analyze for at least volatile
   organic compoundsVOCs and metals.                                      All requirements described in the CDM Health and Safety Manual are incorporated in this health and
   (3) Collect groundwater samples along the northern perimeter of        safety plan by reference.
   the site to assess whether contamination present at surrounding
   properties (Chromate Site 114 and Auto Sales/Junkyard) are
   migrating onsite. Collect groundwater samples along the
   upgradient perimeter to assess impact to groundwater from
   surrounding properties.


   PERSONNEL AND RESPONSIBILITIES                                             Company /              Current Training             Project or Site                   Tasks
         NAMES OF WORK CREW MEMBERS                                        Division / Office           & Medical?                Responsibilities                  On Site?
         Brendan MacDonald                                                           CDM                      Yes           Site Manager                              1
         Jessica Beattie                                                             CDM                      Yes           TBA Leader                                1
         Melissa Koberle                                                             CDM                      Yes           Task Manager                            1, 2, 3
         Tonya Bennett                                                               CDM                      Yes           Field Team Leader                       1, 2, 3

   BACKGROUND REVIEW:                        (X) Complete     ( ) Incomplete

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    SITE MAP: Show Exclusion, Contamination Reduction, and Support Zones. Indicate Evacuation and Reassembly Points




                                                                                                                 An exclusion zone 
                                                                                                                 (red), 
                                                                                                                 contamination 
                                                                                                                 reduction zone 
                                                                                                                 (blue), and support 
                                                                                                                 zone (green) will 
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                                                                                                                 example is 
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                                                                                                                 Figure.




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         HISTORY:           Summarize conditions that relate to hazard. Include citizen complaints, spills, previous investigations or agency actions, known injuries, etc.


         In the 1960s the property was used as an auto salvage/container storage area, and in 1970 the Town and Country Linen Warehouse was constructed onsite. The
         property was recently used for salt storage by Jersey City. Potential contamination may be present from historic processes related to the past uses. The former
         Morris Canal was located along the eastern perimeter of the site and was potentially filled in with chromate chemical production waste from Chromate Site
         114. Other locations onsite were also potentially filled with chromate chemical production waste. Previous investigations (NJDEP Phase II, IRM, &
         supplemental to the RI) observed chromium and hexavalent chromium concentrations exceeding NJDEP soil cleanup criteria in soil samples collected from the
         areas northeast, northwest, and north of the Town and Country Linen Warehouse building. The supplemental investigation to the RI also observed green,
         gray mud, chromate chemical production waste, and mixed fill in shallow soils approximately 10 to 12 ft bgs in soil borings, and total chromium exceeding
         NJDEP groundwater cleanup standards from samples taken 25 to 30 ft. bgs. The subject property is listed on the Chromium Cleanup Partnership Hudson
         County Chromate List as Site 132. The subject property is in close proximity to Chromate Site 114 and an Auto Sales/Junkyard. Debris piles are present onsite
         containing demolition debris, litter, 5-gallon plastic buckets, tires, asphalt patches, and vegetation which could potentially have a negative environmental
         impact to the subject property. Debris piles were used to cover entranceways to prevent trespassing. Minor oil staining and evidence of stressed vegetation in
         close proximity to the debris piles were observed during the 2004 Environmental Site Assessment.


         WASTE TYPES:          (X) Liquid      (X) Solid     ( ) Sludge     ( ) Gas    ( ) Unknown       ( ) Other, specify:
         WASTE CHARACTERISTICS:                             Check as many as applicable.       WORK ZONES:

          ( ) Corrosive        ( ) Flammable          ( ) Radioactive
                                                                                               The exclusion zone will include all points within 10 feet of the investigation
          (X) Toxic            (X) Volatile           ( ) Reactive                             activities or a sampling location. The contamination reduction zone (CRZ) will
                                                                                               consist of a ten foot annulus outside of the exclusion zone. The support zone
          ( ) Inert Gas        (X) Unknown
                                                                                               will be a 10 foot annulus outside of the CRZ. All zones are mobile and will be
          (X) Other:           Chromium                                                        established and moved as work crew moves.

         HAZARDS OF CONCERN:                                Check as many as applicable.       FACILITY'S PAST AND PRESENT DISPOSAL METHODS
                                                                                               AND PRACTICES:
          (X) Heat Stress        CDM Guideline (X) Noise                    CDM Guideline
          ( ) Cold Stress        CDM Guideline (X) Inorganic Chemicals
                                                                                  The past uses of the property as an auto salvage/container storage area, and
          ( ) Explosive/Flammable                   (X) Organic Chemicals         Town and Country Linen Warehouse, indicate that hazardous substances or
          ( ) Oxygen Deficient                (X) Motorized Traffic               non-hazardous waste could have been disposed of on the property.
          ( ) Radiological                    (X) Heavy Machinery                 Additionally, CDM observed several debris piles onsite containing demolition
          (X) Biological                      (X) Slips & Falls     CDM Guideline debris, litter, five-gallon plastic buckets, tires, asphalt patches, and vegetation
                                                                                  which could potentially have a negative environmental impact to the property.
          (X) Other:        Urban neighborhood
                                                                                  Currently the site is not used for disposal.
          ( ) Other:


         The Generic HASP incorporates CDM's procedure for:               (Click on the relevant topics to download the hazard guideline. Delete irrelevant topics.)
                                                    Traffic and Work Zone Safety                Tools and Power Equipment                        Working Safely Around Geoprobes
           Manual Material Handling                                                             Working Around Heavy Equipment                       Hazardous Waste Site Controls
           Housekeeping                                                                                                                             Working Safely Around Drill Rigs
                                                                                                                                                              Direct Push Technology
                                                                                                Hazardous Waste Site Decontamination


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DESCRIPTION AND FEATURES:                             Include principal operations and unusual features (containers, buildings, dikes, power lines, hillslopes, rivers, etc.)

Canal Crossings Redevelopment Area is located at 824 Garfield Avenue, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey. Approximately 3.2 acres, the subject property is
bound to the north by Carteret Avenue, the east by Tri-State Crating & Pallet facility located along Halladay Street, the south by Craven Point Avenue, and the west by
Garfield Avenue, GLN Scrap Metals, and Cyprus Tavern. The subject property is located in a predominantly urban area with residential structures intermixed with
commercial and industrial buildings. The site is located 1/3 mile west from the New Jersey Turnpike and Route 78. The Jersey City Light Rail runs north of the site.
The subject property is currently vacant and is improved with a single-story concrete block building. The building is deteriorating and contains debris piles which block
all accessways except the northern loading dock. The northern loading dock area is insecurely boarded and shows signs of trespassing. The subject property is fenced
to the east, south, and west. Most of the property is paved except for the eastern and northeast sides of the northern building.

SURROUNDING POPULATION:                               ( X) Residential    (X) Industrial (X) Commercial ( ) Rural            (X) Urban     OTHER:
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SUMMARY:                                    Highlight or bold waste types and estimate amounts by category.
CHEMICALS:                SOLIDS:                     SLUDGES:                        SOLVENTS:                        OILS:                            OTHER:
Amount/Units:             Amount/Units: Suspected     Amount/Units: Suspected         Amount/Units:                    Amount/Units: Suspected          Amount/Units: Suspected
Acids
   d                      Flyash
                           l h                        Paints                          Ketones                          Oily Wastes
                                                                                                                       Oil W                              b
                                                                                                                                                        Laboratory

Pickling Liquors          Mill or Mine Tailings       Pigments                        Aromatics                        Gasoline                         Pharmaceutical

Caustics                  Asbestos                    Metals Sludges                  Hydrocarbons                     Diesel Oil                       Hospital

Pesticides                Ferrous Smelter             POTW Sludge                     Alcohols                         Lubricants                       Radiological

                                                                                      Halogenated (chloro,
Dyes or Inks              Non-Ferrous Smelter         Distillation Bottoms                                             Polynuclear Aromatics            Municipal
                                                                                      bromo)

Cyanides                  Metals                      Aluminum                        Esters                           PCBs                             Construction

Phenols                   Dioxins                                                     Ethers                           Heating Oil                      Munitions

Halogens

Other - specify           Other - specify             Other - specify                 Other - specify                  Other - specify                  Other - specify




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                                         HIGHEST              PEL/TLV          IDLH                                              PHOTO
                KNOWN                    OBSERVED        ppm or mg/m3       ppm or mg/m3         SYMPTOMS & EFFECTS           IONIZATION
           CONTAMINANTS            CONCENTRATION              (specify)       (specify)           OF ACUTE EXPOSURE           POTENTIAL
         Chromium compounds S        3800 mg/kg              500 µg/m3      250 mg/m3 Lung damage, skin sensitization                    Dust
         Chromium compounds GW      114000 µg/m3             500 µg/m3      250 mg/m3 Lung damage, skin sensitization                    Dust




         NA = Not Available          NE = None Established                 U = Unknown Verify your access to an MSDS for each chemical
                                                                                           you will use at the site.
              S = Soil            SW = Surface Water    T = Tailings          W = Waste        TK = Tanks                     SD = Sediment
              A = Air             GW = Ground Water     SL = Sludge           D = Drums        L = Lagoons                    OFF = Off-Site



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                                                                       Disturbing the                                                                  HAZARD &
                 SPECIFIC TASK DESCRIPTIONS                                                              TASK - SPECIFIC HAZARDS
                                                                          Waste?                                                                       SCHEDULE
   1                                                                                                                                                   Low Hazard
         Perform a geophysical survey of subject property to
                                                                                          Hazards include heat stress, slips trips and falls,
         identify the presence of USTs, buried foundations, and
         underground anomalies. Site Reconnaissance to mark
                                                                       Non­intrusive      motorized traffic, and biological hazards such as insects
                                                                                          and poison plants.                                          February, 2011
         out soil and groundwater sampling locations.

   2                                                                                                                                                   Low Hazard
         Conduct soil borings to at least 30 feet bgs to sample the
         green, gray mud, chromate chemical production waste,
                                                                                           Hazards include heat stress, slips trip and falls,
         and mixed fill in shallow soils identified during the RI as
                                                                                          motorized traffic, noise, biological hazards such as
         well as to reach the water table. Conduct field screening
         for the following contaminants of concern: chromium via
                                                                           Intrusive      insects and poison plants, working around a drill rig,
                                                                                          and possible exposure to contaminated media and             February, 2011
         XRF analyzer; and Petroleum and gasoline constituents
                                                                                          preservatives.
         via photoionization detector (PID). Collect surface and
         subsurface soil samples based on field screening.


   3                                                                                                                                                   Low Hazard
         Collect groundwater samples along the northern
         perimeter of the site to assess whether contamination                             Hazards include heat stress, slips trip and falls,
         present at surrounding properties (Chromate Site 114                             motorized traffic, heavy lifting, biological hazards such
         and Auto Sales/Junkyard) are migrating onsite. Collect            Intrusive      as insects and poison plants, working around a drill rig,
         groundwater samples along the upgradient perimeter to                            and possible exposure to contaminated media and             February, 2011
         assess impact to groundwater from surrounding                                    preservatives.
         properties.

   SPECIALIZED TRAINING REQUIRED:                                                         SPECIAL MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE REQUIREMENTS:


   40 hour OSHA Training and 8 hour OSHA Refresher Training                               Annual Medical Surveillance


   OVERALL HAZARD EVALUATION:                                          ( ) High   ( ) Medium   (X) Low    ( ) Unknown
                                Main hazards of concern are traffic in an urban neighborhood, heat stress, working around a drill rig, and potential exposure to
   JUSTIFICATION:
                                contaminated media
   FIRE/EXPLOSION POTENTIAL:                                           ( ) High   ( ) Medium   (X) Low    ( ) Unknown




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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                                                     This document is for the exclusive                                                            CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                                                                   use of CDM and its subcontractors                                                             PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-018-00672
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:                                              Specify by task. Indicate type and/or material, as necessary. Group tasks if possible. Use copies of this sheet if needed.

BLOCK A                                 Respiratory: (√ ) Not needed             Prot. Clothing: (√ ) Not needed                 BLOCK B                                   Respiratory: (√ ) Not needed       Prot. Clothing:( ) Not needed
                                        ( ) SCBA, Airline:                       ( ) Encapsulated Suit:                                                                    ( ) SCBA, Airline:                 ( ) Encapsulated Suit:
                                        ( ) APR:                                 ( ) Splash Suit                                                                           ( ) APR: MSA Full Face             ( ) Splash Suit
                                        ( ) Cartridge:                           ( ) Apron:                                                                                ( ) Cartridge: GMC-H               ( ) Apron:
                                        ( ) Escape Mask:                         ( ) Tyvek Coverall or                                                                     ( ) Escape Mask:                   ( ) Tyvek Coverall or




                                                                                                                                                      ( ) Contingency
                    ( ) Contingency




                                        ( ) Other:                               ( ) Saranex Coverall                                                                      ( ) Other:                         ( ) Saranex Coverall
                                                                                 ( ) Cloth Coverall:                                                                                                          (XX) Cloth Coverall: OR
                                        Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed             ( ) Other:                                                                                Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed       (XX) Other: Work Clothes
                                        (√) Safety Glasses: Brush Clearing                                                                                                 (√) Safety Glasses:




                                                                                                                                    LEVEL: D - Modified
  LEVEL: D - Modified




                                        ( ) Face Shield:                         Gloves: ( ) Not needed                                                                    ( ) Face Shield:                   Gloves: ( ) Not needed
                                        ( ) Goggles:                             ( ) Undergloves:                                                                          ( ) Goggles:                       (XX) Undergloves:
                                        ( ) Hard Hat                             (√ ) Gloves: Cloth - Brush Clearing                                                       (√) Hard Hat:                      (√ ) Gloves: Cloth




                                                                                                                                       (√) Primary
     (√) Primary




                                                                                                                                    TASKS: 2, 3
                                        ( ) Other:                               ( ) Overgloves:                                                                           ( ) Other:                         ( ) Overgloves:
  TASK: 1




                                        Boots: ( ) Not needed                    Other: Brush Clearing                                                                     Boots: ( ) Not needed              Other: specify below
                                        (√ ) Steel-Toe     (X) Steel Shank       ( ) Tick Spray                                                                            (√)Steel-Toe     (X)Steel Shank    ( ) Tick Spray




                                                                                                                                    T
  T




                                        ( ) Rubber         ( ) Leather           ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water                                                        ( ) Rubber       ( ) Leather       ( ) Float. Device If Over Water
                                        ( ) Overboots:                           ( ) Hearing Protection                                                                    ( ) Overboots: Latex               (√) Hearing Protection
                                                                                 (√ ) Sun Screen                                                                                                              (√) Sun Screen
BLOCK C                                 Respiratory: (√ ) Not needed             Prot. Clothing: (√ ) Not needed                 BLOCK D                                   Respiratory: ( ) Not needed        Prot. Clothing: ( ) Not needed
                                        ( ) SCBA, Airline:                       ( ) Encapsulated Suit:                                                                    ( ) SCBA, Airline:                 ( ) Encapsulated Suit:
                                        ( ) APR:                                 ( ) Splash Suit                                                                           ( )APR:                            ( ) Splash Suit
                                        ( ) Cartridge:                           ( ) Apron:                                                                                                                   ( ) Apron:
                                        ( ) Escape Mask:                         ( ) Tyvek Coverall or                                                                     ( ) Cartridge:                     ( )Tyvek Coverall or




                                                                                                                                                         ( ) Contingency
                      (√) Contingency




                                        ( ) Other:                               ( ) Saranex Coverall                                                                      ( ) Escape Mask:                   ( ) Saranex Coverall
                                                                                 ( ) Cloth Coverall:                                                                       ( ) Other:                         ( ) Cloth Coverall:
                                        Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed             ( ) Other:                                                                                                                   ( ) Other:
                                        ( ) Safety Glasses:                                                                                                                Head and Eye:( √ )Not needed
                                        ( ) Face Shield:                         Gloves: ( ) Not needed                                                                    ( ) Safety Glasses:                Gloves: ( ) Not needed
                                        ( ) Goggles:                             ( ) Undergloves:                                                                          ( ) Face Shield:                   ( )Undergloves:
                                        ( ) Hard Hat                             ( ) Gloves: Latex                                                                         ( ) Goggles:                       ( )Gloves:
                                                                                                                                       ( ) Primary
     ( ) Primary
  LEVEL: Exit
  TASKS: 2, 3




                                                                                                                                    TASKS: NA




                                        ( ) Other:                               ( ) Overgloves:                                                                           ( ) Hard Hat:                      ( )Overgloves:
                                                                                                                                    LEVEL: C




                                                                                                                                                                           ( ) Other:
                                                          Other: specify below
                                        Boots: ( ) Not needed                                                                                                                                                 Other: specify below
                                        ( ) Steel-Toe     ( ) Tick Spray
                                                           ( ) Steel Shank                                                                                                 Boots: ( ) Not needed              ( ) Tick Spray
                                        ( ) Rubber        ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water
                                                           ( ) Leather                                                                                                     ( ) Steel-Toe    ( ) Steel Shank   ( ) Float. Device If Over Water
                                        ( ) Overboots:    ( ) Heating Protection                                                                                           ( ) Rubber       ( ) Leather       ( ) Heating Protection
                                                          ( ) Sun Screen                                                                                                   ( ) Overboots:                     ( ) Sun Screen
This health and safety plan form constitutes hazard analysis per 29 CFR 1910.132

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 HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                       This document is for the exclusive                   CDM Federal
 CDM Health and Safety Program                                     use of CDM and its subcontractors                    PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-018-00672
 MONITORING EQUIPMENT:               Specify by task. Indicate type as necessary. Attach additional sheets if needed.
 INSTRUMENT         TASK             ACTION GUIDELINES                                                                  COMMENTS

 Combustible                         0-10% LEL                  No explosion hazard                                                       ( ) Not Needed
 Gas Indicator      2, 3             10-25% LEL                 Potential explosion hazard; notify SHSC
                                     >25% LEL                   Explosion hazard; interrupt task/evacuate
                                      21.0% O2                  Oxygen normal
                                     <21.0% O2                  Oxygen deficient; notify SHSC
                                     <19.5% O2                  Interrupt task/evacuate
 Radiation                           3 x Background:            Notify HSM                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Survey Meter                        >2mR/hr:                   Establish REZ
 Photoionization    Specify:   above background                                                                                           ( ) Not Needed
 Detector                      0-5 ppm:                  Proceed with caution
 __11.4_eV Lamp     2, 3       5-50 ppm:                 Stop
 Type ____                     >50 ppm                   Evacuate Site
 Flame Ionization   Specify:                                                                                                              (X) Not Needed
 Detector
 Type____________
 Single Gas         Specify:                                                                                                              (X) Not Needed
 Type____________
 Type____________
 Respirable         Specify:                                                                                                              (X) Not Needed
 Dust Monitor
 Type____________
 Type____________
 Other              Specify:                                                                                                              ( ) Not Needed
                                If team notices unusual odors or irritation of the eye or throat, they will
 Type____________   1, 2, 3    leave the area.
 Type____________
 Other              Specify:                                                                                                              ( ) Not Needed
                                If team observes visible concentrations of airborne dust or dry, windy
 Type____________   1, 2, 3    conditions that dust, team will leave area.
 Type____________




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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                     This document is for the exclusive          CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                                   use of CDM and its subcontractors PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-018-00672
DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES
               ATTACH SITE MAP INDICATING EXCLUSION, DECONTAMINATION, & SUPPORT ZONES AS PAGE TWO
Personnel Decontamination                        Sampling Equipment Decontamination                      Heavy Equipment Decontamination


CDM team will wear protective gloves           Sampling equipment will be decontaminated by:             Decontaminate Drill Rig auger at each well/borehole
during subsurface sampling events.             1. Wash and scrub with low phosphate detergent            location with a alconox rinse and brush.
Team members will remove their protective      2. Potable tap water rinse*
clothing in the following order:               3. Deionized water rinse                                  CDM will require heavy equipment contractors to
                                               4. Acetone or isopropanol rinse (pesticide grade or       decontaminate their equipment before it leaves the site.
1. Equipment drop.                             better) when sampling for organics
2. Glove removal                               5. Thorough rinse with 10% Nitric rinse (for metals)
3. Hand and face wash.                         6. Air dry
                                               7. Wrap in aluminum foil for transport
* HSO in conjuction with H&S Manager have autho*Potable water must be from a municipal water
upgrade or downgrade level of H&S PPE          treament supply system
                                               Pthalate-free gloves must be worn when using
                                               solvents
                                               Water quality measurment probes and water level
                                                 indicators must be rinsed with deionized water
                                                 between uses.
                                  ( ) Not Needed                                         () Not Needed                                                     () Not Needed

Containment and Disposal Method                  Containment and Disposal Method                         Containment and Disposal Method




All disposable PPE will be containerized and     Water rinses from decontamination procedures will be
                                                                                                      Soil Cuttings will be placed back down the borehole
disposed of off site.                            dispersed to the ground




HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TO BE BROUGHT ONSITE
                 Preservatives                                Decontamination                                                  Calibration
(X) Hydrochloric Acid     ( ) Zinc Acetate  (X) Alconox TM              ( ) Hexane                       (X) 100 ppm isobutylene ( ) Hydrogen Sulfide
(X) Nitric Acid           ( ) Ascorbic Acid ( ) Liquinox TM             (X) Isopropanol                  ( ) Methane               ( ) Carbon Monoxide
( ) Sulfuric Acid         ( ) Acetic Acid   (X) Acetone                 (X) Nitric Acid                  ( ) Pentane               (X) pH Standards
( ) Sodium Hydroxide      ( ) Other:        ( ) Methanol                ( ) Other:                       ( ) Hyrogen               (X) Conductivity Std
                                            ( ) Mineral Spirits                                          ( ) Propane               (X) Other: 5 Gas Std

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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                                   This document is for the exclusive                       CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                                                 use of CDM and its subcontractors                        PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-018-00672
EMERGENCY CONTACTS                                                                                             EMERGENCY CONTACTS                        NAME                  PHONE
Water Supply        N/A                                                                                        Health and Safety Manager         Sean Oliveira         720/ 264 - 1153
EPA Release Report #:                                      800 / 424 - 8802                                    Site Safety Coordinator           Jessica Beattie            732/ 225 - 7000
CDM 24-Hour Emergency #:                                   FSG 406 / 293 - 1547                                Client Contact                    Alison Devine              212/ 637 - 4158
Facility Management                                        N/A                                                 Other (specify)                   Brendan MacDonald          787/ 722 - 6607
Other (specify)                                                                                                Environmental Agency              EPA - Alison Devine, see above
CHEMTREC Emergency #:                                      800 / 424 - 9300                                    State Spill Number                New Jersey          (877) Warn-DEP
                                                                                                               Fire Department                                                    911
CONTINGENCY PLANS:                                         Summarize below                                     Police Department                                                  911
                                                                                                               State Police                                                       911
If CDM work team observes hazards for which they have not prepared, they                                       Health Department                 Jersey City                201 / 547 - 6800
will withdraw from the area and call the CDM Site Project Manager.                                             Poison Control Center             Nationwide                 800 / 222 - 1222
                                                                                                               Occupational Physician            Dr. Jerry Berke            800 / 350 - 4511
Site Health & Safety Officer (SHSO) will designate evacuation routes. Teams will
cease work if they see lighting or thunder storms in their area.                                               MEDICAL EMERGENCY                                               PHONE
                                                                                                               Hospital Name:          West Hudson Hospital, St. Barnabas
CDM may rely on instruments operated by subcontractor personnel only upon SHSO                                 Hospital Address        206 Bergen Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07305-1507
approval. If subcontractor directs a higher level of protection than this plan does,                           Name of Contact at Hospital:      (201) 955-7000
they may wear that level. CDM personnel may choose to wear more protection                                     Route to Hospital:
than directed by this plan.                                                                                    1) SOUTH on GARFIELD AVE toward CLAREMONT AVE
                                                                                                               2) FIRST RIGHT onto CLAREMONT AVE
Contractor will be expected to inspect its equipment and certify their suitability for the                     3) LEFT at BERGEN AVE/CO ROAD 607
project to the CDM site health and safety coordinator.                                                         Hospital will be on the left




HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN APPROVALS (H&S Mgr must sign each plan)

Prepared by         Dante Porzilli                                                Date        12/6/2010
HSC Signature                                                                     Date
                                                                                         Dec 09, 2010
                        E-Signed by Shawn Oliv eira

HSM Signature        VERIFY authentic ity with ApproveIt
                                                                                  Date                         Distance to Hospital                0.8 mile




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  HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM     This document is for the exclusive   CDM Federal
  CDM Health and Safety Program   use of CDM and its subcontractors    PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-018-00672
  HOSPITAL ROUTE MAP:




                                                                                     N




           HOSPITAL




                                                                                         SITE




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          HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORMThis document is for the exclusive                                               CDM Federal
          CDM Health and Safety Program                   use of CDM and its subcontractors               PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-018-00672

          TOPICS                                                                              HEAT STRESS MONITORING
          Site background, contaminant levels and exposure symptoms
          PPE requirements for today                                                          If a field member shows signs of cold stress (dizziness
          Buddy System and communication plan                                                 severe sweating, chills, apnea), work should be stopped
          Emergency Response                                                                  immediately and medical attention should be ensued for
          Daily tasks and associated risks; Hazard control                                    the field member. All field members should drink
          Engineering Controls to address site related activities                             water periodically and take breaks in a shaded or air
          Injury and incident reporting                                                       conditioned area when feeling initial signs of heat stress.
          Cold Stress (weather forecast/conditions)

          TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
          All staff shall review the HASP
          HAZWOPER 40-hour - all on-site staff
          8-hour refresher - all on-site staff
          Supervisor HAZWOPER training (H&S Coordinator)
          10- hour OSHA construction training (if appropriate)
          Fit testing
          1 onsite person must have CPR/First Aid Training
          Certificates will be kept on-site

          MEDICAL MONITORING
          Medical monitoring for field staff are as per OSHA standards 29 CFR 1910.120
          (f) and 29 CFR 1926.65 (f). All on-site staff will be cleared by the WOHA
          physician (Dr. Chase) for respirator use. Copies of medical certificates will be
          kept on-site.
                                                                                              EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
                                                                                              Fire extinguisher (type ABC)
                                                                                              16- unit first aid kit
                                                                                              Eyewash

                                                                                              All equipment will be located either in the site vehicle or
                                                                                              in the work zone.




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          HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM document is for the exclusive
                                     This                                                                           CDM Federal
          CDM Health and Safety Program                  use of CDM and its subcontractors              PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-018-00672

          ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

          SHSO: Ms. Melissa Koberle is responsible for ensuring that the protocols           Subcontractor: A New Jersey-licensed driller and
          specified in the HASP are followed during the field activities. The SHSO will      sampling company, will provide the drilling technical
          also ensure that current copies of certificates, the HASP, and the CDM Health      services and is responsible for inspecting and certifying
          and Safety Manual are maintained at the Site. She is responsible for upgrade of    the safety of their equipment on a daily basis.
          respiratory protection.

                                                                                             Geologist: Ms. Tonya Bennett, will be responsible for
          Project Manager: Brendan MacDonald will assist Ms. Tonya Bennett the field         observing stratigraphy of drilling material;
          team leader, in implementing and coordinating the field investigation              documentation of work performed and oversight of
          activities.                                                                        driller and drilling activities and air monitoring
                                                                                             activities.

          FTL: Ms. Tonya Bennett will be responsible for ensuring that all field tasks are Scientists: Ms. Melissa Koberle, will assist in the
          conducted in strict compliance with the FSP. All field personnel will report     collection, preservation, and shipping of samples. She is
          directly to the FTL on all matters relating to the field investigation. The FTL  responsible for generating the Forms II Lite sampling
          will also be responsible for sampling activities and reports to the Site project paperwork and maintenance of chain of custody
          manager.                                                                         procedures. She will also be documenting sampling
                                                                                           activities and communicating the chain of custodies to
                                                                                           the laboratory, EPA Regional Sampling Control
                                                                                           Coordinator (EPA RSCC) (Mr. Michael Adly) and
          Project HSM: Mr. Shawn Oliveira, will be responsible for the review of the
                                                                                           Sample Management Office (SMO) contact and the
          project-specific Health and Safety Plan (HASP) that governs the field activities
                                                                                           CDM CLP Coordinator (Mr. Scott Kirchner or Ms.
          outlined in this SAP.
                                                                                           Vanessa Macwan).




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                               HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN SIGNATURE FORM

 CDM Health and Safety Plan
 All site personnel must sign this form indicating receipt of the H&SP. Keep this original on site. It becomes part of the
 permanent project files. Send a copy to the Health and Safety Manager (HSM).

                                                                              Canal Crossings
          SITE NAME/NUMBER:
                                                                          Region 2 /Jersey City, NJ
          DIVISION/LOCATION:

 CERTIFICATION:

 I understand, and agree to comply with, the provisions of the above referenced H&SP for work activities on this project. I
 agree to report any injuries, illnesses or exposure incidents to the site Health and Safety Coordinator (SHSC). I agree to
 inform the SHSC about any drugs (legal and illegal) that I take within three days of site work.


             PRINTED NAME                                         SIGNATURE                                    DATE




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    Former Grand Union

   Fort Edward, New York

Health and Safety Plan (HASP)
Acronyms
CDM        Camp Dresser & McKee
CLP        Contract Laboratory Program
CPR        cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CRZ        Contamination Reduction Zone
eV         electron volts
EZ         Exclusion Zone
ft         feet
FTL        field team leader
HSM        Health and Safety Manager
HASP       Health and Safety Plan
HAZWOPER   Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
HSO        Health and Safety Officer
LEL        lower explosive limit
NYSDEC     New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
O2         oxygen
OSHA       Occupational Safety and Health Administration
PCB        polychlorinated biphenyl
PID        photoionization detector
PPE        personal protective equipment
ppm        parts per million
PSA        Preliminary Site Assessment
RSCC       Regional Sample Control Center
SHSO       Site Health and Safety Officer
SZ         Support Zone
TBA        Targeted Brownfield Assessment
TBD        to be determined
USEPA      United States Environmental Protection Agency
WOHA       Washington Occupational Health Associates, Inc.
HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                 This document is for the exclusive                        CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                               use of CDM and its subcontractors                         PROJECT DOCUMENT #:
PROJECT NAME             Former Grand Union                              PROJECT#           021-SION-0200             REGION                           2

SITE ADDRESS             354 Broadway                                    CLIENT ORGANIZATION                            U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
                         Fort Edward, New York                           CLIENT CONTACT                                             Alison Devine
                                                                         CLIENT CONTACT PHONE #                                     212/637-4158
( X ) AMENDMENT TO EXISTING APPROVED H&SP?
( NA) H&SP AMENDMENT NUMBER?                           Site-specific     ( ) DATE OF PREVIOUS H&SP APPROVAL                      Generic TBA HASP October 2007
OBJECTIVES OF FIELD WORK:                                           SITE TYPE:          Check as many as applicable
(e.g. collect surface soil samples):
                                                                    Active                  ( )       Landfill             ( )       Unknown               (X)
(1) Geophysical Survey/Site Reconnaissance to markout               Inactive                (X)       Uncontrolled         (X)       Military              ( )
sampling locations                                           (2)
Advancement of Soil Boring to the water table to determine if       Secure                  ( )       Industrial           ()        Other (specify)
subsurface contamination exists in the ravine area                  Unsecure                (X)       Recovery             ( )       Residential           ( )
(3) Confirm the viability of monitoring wells previously
installed on the site, and if viable, collect samples               Enclosed space          ( )       Well Field           ( )       Commercial            (X)
(4) Evaluate the structural integrity of the onsite structure (5)
Pending on the outcome of the structural evaluation, inspect
the onsite structure for to determine if environmental
conditions are present inside the building (6) Pending on the       All requirements described in the CDM Health and Safety Manual are incorporated in this health and
outcome of the structural evaluation, conduct a vapor               safety plan by reference.
intrusion assessment including sub-slab and indoor air
samples


PERSONNEL AND RESPONSIBILITIES                                          Company /             Current Training                   Project or Site                  Tasks
      NAMES OF WORK CREW MEMBERS                                     Division / Office          & Medical?                      Responsibilities                 On Site?
      Brendan MacDonald                                                        CDM                      Yes           Site Manager                                  1
      Melissa Koberle                                                          CDM                      Yes           Task Manager                           1 through 6
      Dante Porzilli                                                           CDM                      Yes           Field Team Leader                      1 through 6
      Tonya Bennett                                                            CDM                      Yes           Field Geologist                        1 through 6

BACKGROUND REVIEW:                          (X) Complete     ( ) Incomplete




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  HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                    This document is for the exclusive            CDM Federal
  CDM Health and Safety Program                  use of CDM and its subcontractors             PROJECT DOCUMENT #:
    SITE MAP: Show Exclusion, Contamination Reduction, and Support Zones. Indicate Evacuation and Reassembly Points




                                                                                                                      Exclusion Zone

                                                                                                                      Contamination
                                                                                                                      Reduction Zone
                                                                                                                      Support Zone




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         HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                     This document is for the exclusive             CDM Federal
         CDM Health and Safety Program                                   use of CDM and its subcontractors              PROJECT DOCUMENT #:
         HISTORY:            Summarize conditions that relate to hazard. Include citizen complaints, spills, previous investigations or agency actions, known injuries, etc.
         The subject property has been abandoned since at least 2003 when New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) initiated a Preliminary
         Site Assessment (PSA). Prior to that time, the property operated as a Grand Union Supermarket of which remnants, including the structure, still remain.
         Investigations conducted in 2004-2006 by prior consultants identified the presence of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB)-contaminated soils on the subject property.
         Several removal actions were conducted during that time period; however, work was stopped on the property prior to completion of removal activities. There is
         evidence that PCB contaminated soils still remain near the southwest corner of the building and furthermore that contaminated soils may extend beneath the
         structure. Additionally, sidewall samples collected from the south side of the TP0-4/SB-60 excavation area located on the north side of the property that have
         identified PCB concentrations above the NYSDEC cleanup criteria of 1 parts per million (ppm). Elevated levels of cyanide were detected in site groundwater in
         2004. The source of the cyanide was not identified nor was a follow up investigation conducted. There is also potential that existing contaminants in the
         subsurface soils have moved into groundwater as a result of previous excavations and earthwork. The 1966 topographic map identifies the area of the existing
         ravine on the east side of the subject property as a gravel pit. Current conditions of the ravine are defined by uneven terrain and vegetation. In 2004 E&E
         conducted a limited test pit investigation in the ravine area where subsurface anomalies were identified during the geophysical survey. In general, test pits
         revealed construction debris, concrete and bricks, tires and metal parts buried in the subsurface. Additionally, historic records indicate that a septic system was in
         WASTE TYPES:           (X) Liquid     (X) Solid    ( ) Sludge     ( ) Gas   (X) Unknown      ( ) Other, specify:
         WASTE CHARACTERISTICS:                            Check as many as applicable.    WORK ZONES:

          ( ) Corrosive         ( ) Flammable        ( ) Radioactive                       The exclusion zone (EZ) will include all points within 10 feet of the investigation
          (X) Toxic             (X) Volatile         ( ) Reactive                          activities or a sampling location. The contamination reduction zone (CRZ) will
                                                                                           consist of a ten foot annulus outside of the EZ. The support zone (SZ) will be a 10
          ( ) Inert Gas         (X) Unknown                                                f
                                                                                           foot annulus outside of the CRZ. All zones are mobile and will be established and
                                                                                                      l        d f h CRZ                      bl     d ll b        bl h d d
          ( ) Other:                                                                       moved as work crew moves.

         HAZARDS OF CONCERN:                               Check as many as applicable.    FACILITY'S PAST AND PRESENT DISPOSAL METHODS
                                                                                         AND PRACTICES:
          (X) Heat Stress         CDM Guideline (X) Noise              CDM Guideline The former Grand Union Supermarket was registered with a septic system
          ( ) Cold Stress       CDM Guideline (X) Inorganic Chemicals                    inclusive of a septic tank and two leach pits. The location of the tank and leach
                                                                                         pits are not known, nor is it known if the tank and leach pits were closed and
          ( ) Explosive/Flammable                (X) Organic Chemicals
                                                                                         removed. Historic records indicate that the septic system was in place at least
          ( ) Oxygen Deficient                   (X) Motorized Traffic                   until 1986 when a complaint was filed by Agway, the neighboring property,
          ( ) Radiological                       (X) Heavy Machinery                     indicating that the septic system had failed and sewage had pooled on the ground
          (X) Biological                         (X) Slips & Falls     CDM Guideline surface. According to the NYSDEC Water Quality Complaint Form dated June 16
                                                                                         1986 and signed July 18, 1986, the sanitary system was repaired by replacing the
          (X) Other:        Debris and Trash Piles
                                                                                         existing leach pits with two new leach pits on July 17, 1986; however the current
          (X) Other:        Deteriorating Buildings                                      status of the system is unknown. Subsurface anomalies were identified during
                                                                                         the 2004 test pit investigation of the site's ravine area including construction
                                                                                         debris, tires, metal parts, and other miscellaneous debris. This evidence suggests
                                                                                         that the site may have formerly been subject to dumping. Currently, this site is
         This plan incorporates CDM's procedure for:                (Click on the relevant topics to download the hazard guideline. Delete irrelevant topics.)
                                                   Traffic and Work Zone Safety            Tools and Power Equipment                        Working Safely Around Geoprobes
           Manual Material Handling                                                        Working Around Heavy Equipment                      Hazardous Waste Site Controls
           Housekeeping                                                                                                                       Working Safely Around Drill Rigs
                                                                                                                                                       Direct Push Technology
                                                                                           Hazardous Waste Site Decontamination

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 HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                               This document is for the exclusive CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                                              use of CDM and its subcontractors PROJECT DOCUMENT #:
DESCRIPTION AND FEATURES:                              Include principal operations and unusual features (containers, buildings, dikes, power lines, hillslopes, rivers, etc.)

The Former Grand Union site is located at 354 Broadway in Fort Edward, Washington County, New York. The 5.9-acre property (parcel 163.10-1-46.3) is zoned C-1
Commercial, and classified as vacant land. Formerly a Grand Union Supermarket, the property is developed with a single 31,350 square foot building and paved
parking area. The one-story building has 15-foot ceilings; three elevated loading docks are situated at the rear of the building. Cinderblocks attached to the rear of the
building show some deterioration, and a metal canopy that covers two rear entrances is severely rusted. Large open excavations extending up to 8 feet bgs exist on the
property. The excavation areas are unsecured and observed with tires, trash, debris, and large concrete blocks. Excavations adjacent to the building have exposed the
building foundation, which also appears to be deteriorating. Trash and debris is strewn by the rear of the building. Retail and commercial properties exist to the south
and west; north of the site is a residential area. It is currently believed that DVL, Inc. owns the property, which is being actively marketed as a 31,350-square foot
building by the Howard Group. The subject property is located on Broadway Avenue and is bound to the south and west by commercial properties, to the north by
residential properties, and to the east by a wooded area with a ravine.

SURROUNDING POPULATION:                                ( X) Residential    (X) Industrial (X) Commercial ( ) Rural            (X) Urban     OTHER:
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SUMMARY:                                     Highlight or bold waste types and estimate amounts by category.
CHEMICALS:                SOLIDS:                      SLUDGES:                        SOLVENTS:                        OILS:                            OTHER:
Amount/Units:             Amount/Units:                Amount/Units:                   Amount/Units:                    Amount/Units:                    Amount/Units:

Acids                     Flyash                       Paints                          Ketones                          Oily Wastes                      Laboratory

Pickling Liquors          Mill or Mine Tailings        Pigments                        Aromatics                        Gasoline                         Pharmaceutical

Caustics                  Asbestos                     Metals Sludges                  Hydrocarbons                     Diesel Oil                       Hospital

Pesticides                Ferrous Smelter              POTW Sludge                     Alcohols                         Lubricants                       Radiological

                                                                                       Halogenated (chloro,
Dyes or Inks              Non-Ferrous Smelter          Distillation Bottoms                                             Polynuclear Aromatics            Municipal
                                                                                       bromo)

Cyanides                  Metals                       Aluminum                        Esters                           PCBs                             Construction

Phenols                   Dioxins                                                      Ethers                           Heating Oil                      Munitions

Halogens

Other - specify           Other - Cyanide              Other - specify                 Other - specify                  Other - specify                  Other - specify




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                                                   HIGHEST               PEL/TLV               IDLH                                             PHOTO
                KNOWN                             OBSERVED             ppm or mg/m3        ppm or mg/m3             SYMPTOMS & EFFECTS       IONIZATION
           CONTAMINANTS                       CONCENTRATION               (specify)           (specify)              OF ACUTE EXPOSURE       POTENTIAL
                                                                                      3                   3
Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs - skin)    S        9780 ppm              500 µg/m           5 mg/m            Irritated eyes, chloracne                 Mist
Cyanides (skin)                          GW         5.2 µg/L              5 mg/m 3          25 mg/m 3         Weakness, headache, nausea,               Dust




NA = Not Available                               NE = None Established                    U = Unknown Verify your access to an MSDS for each chemical
                                                                                                              you will use at the site.




     ppm = parts per million             µg/L= microgram per Liter                        mg/m3 = milligram per meters cubed
     S = Soil                            SW = Surface Water           T = Tailings        W = Waste          TK = Tanks                      SD = Sediment
     A = Air                             GW = Ground Water            SL = Sludge         D = Drums          L = Lagoons                     OFF = Off-Site



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   HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                   This document is for the exclusive                   CDM Federal
   CDM Health and Safety Program                                 use of CDM and its subcontractors                    PROJECT DOCUMENT #:
                                                                     Disturbing the                                                                  HAZARD &
                 SPECIFIC TASK DESCRIPTIONS                                                            TASK - SPECIFIC HAZARDS
                                                                        Waste?                                                                       SCHEDULE
   1                                                                                                                                                 Low Hazard
                                                                                        Hazards include heat stress, slips trips and falls,
         Geophysical Survey/Site Reconnaissance                      Non­intrusive motorized traffic, and biological hazards such as insects
                                                                                        and poison plants.                                              TBD


   2                                                                                     Hazards include heat stress, slips trip and falls, noise,   Low Hazard
         Advancement of Soil Boring to the water table to                               biological hazards such as insects and poison plants,
         determine if subsurface contamination exists in the             Intrusive      working around a drill rig, unidentified burried debris,
         ravine area                                                                    and possible exposure to contaminated media and                 TBD
                                                                                        preservatives.

   3                                                                                                                                                 Low Hazard
                                                                                         Hazards include heat stress, slips trip and falls, noise,
         Confirm the viability of monitoring wells previously                           biological hazards such as insects and poison plants,
         installed on the site, and if viable, collect samples
                                                                     Non­intrusive      and possible exposure to contaminated media and                 TBD
                                                                                        preservatives.

   4                                                                                                                                                 Low Hazard
                                                                                        Hazards include heat stress, slips trips and falls,
         Evaluate the structural integrity of the onsite structure   Non­intrusive      overhead hazards, exposure to contaminated media.               TBD

   5     Pending on the outcome of the structural evaluation,                                                                                        Low Hazard
         inspect the onsite structure for to determine if                               Hazards include heat stress, slips trips and falls,
         environmental conditions are present inside the
                                                                     Non­intrusive      overhead hazards, exposure to contaminated media.               TBD
         building
   6     Pending on the outcome of the structural evaluation,                                                                                        Low Hazard
                                                                                        Hazards include heat stress, slips trips and falls,
         conduct a vapor intrusion assessment including sub-             Intrusive      overhead hazards, exposure to contaminated media.
         slab and indoor air samples                                                                                                                    TBD

   SPECIALIZED TRAINING REQUIRED:                                                       SPECIAL MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE REQUIREMENTS:


   40 hour OSHA Training and 8 hour OSHA Refresher Training                             Annual Medical Surveillance


   OVERALL HAZARD EVALUATION:                                        ( ) High   ( ) Medium   (X) Low    ( ) Unknown
                                 Main hazards of concern are traffic, debris piles, working around heavy machinery, exposure to contaminated media, and
   JUSTIFICATION:
                                 deteriorating buildings.
   FIRE/EXPLOSION POTENTIAL:                                         ( ) High   ( ) Medium   (X) Low    ( ) Unknown


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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                                               This document is for the exclusive                                                       CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
CDM Health and Safety Program                                                             use of CDM and its subcontractors                                                        PROJECT DOCUMENT #:
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:                                         Specify by task. Indicate type and/or material, as necessary. Group tasks if possible. Use copies of this sheet if needed.
BLOCK A                               Respiratory: (X) Not Needed           Prot. Clothing: (X) Not Needed                  BLOCK B                                Respiratory: (X) Not Needed       Prot. Clothing: ( ) Not Needed
                                      ( ) SCBA, Airline:                    ( ) Encapsulated Suit:                                                                 ( ) SCBA, Airline:                ( ) Encapsulated Suit:
                                      ( ) APR:                              ( ) Splash Suit                                                                        ( ) APR:                          ( ) Splash Suit
                                      ( ) Cartridge:                        ( ) Apron:                                                                             ( ) Cartridge:                    ( ) Apron:
                                      ( ) Escape Mask:                      ( ) Tyvek Coverall or                                                                  ( ) Escape Mask:                  ( ) Tyvek Coverall or




                                                                                                                                                 ( ) Contingency
                    ( ) Contingency




                                      ( ) Other:                            ( ) Saranex Coverall                                                                   ( ) Other:                        ( ) Saranex Coverall
                                                                            ( ) Cloth Coverall:                                                                                                      (X) Cloth Coverall: OR
                                      Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed          ( ) Other:                                                                             Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed      (X) Other: Work Clothes
                                      (X) Safety Glasses:                                                                                                          (X) Safety Glasses:
                                      ( ) Face Shield:                      Gloves: ( ) Not needed                                                                 ( ) Face Shield:                  Gloves: ( ) Not needed




                                                                                                                                EVEL: D - Modified
   EVEL: D - Modified




                                      ( ) Goggles:                          ( ) Undergloves:                                                                       ( ) Goggles:                      (X) Undergloves:
                                      (X) Hard Hat:    If overhead          (X) Gloves: Cloth                                                                      (X) Hard Hat:                     ( ) Gloves:




                                                                                                                                  (X) Primary
     (X) Primary




                                      ( ) Other:       hazards exist        ( ) Overgloves:                                                                        ( ) Other:                        ( ) Overgloves:
   ASKS: 1, 3




                                                                                                                                ASKS: 2, 6
                                      Boots: ( ) Not needed                 Other: specify below                                                                   Boots: ( ) Not needed             Other: specify below
                                      (X) Steel-Toe     (X) Steel Shank     ( ) Tick Spray                                                                         (X) Steel-Toe (X) Steel Shank




                                                                                                                               TA
  TA




                                                                                                                               LE
  LE




                                      ( ) Rubber        ( ) Leather         ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water                                                     ( ) Rubber      ( ) Leather       ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water
                                      ( ) Overboots:                        ( ) Hearing Protection                                                                 ( ) Overboots:                    (X) Hearing Protection
                                                                            (X) Sun Screen                                                                                                           (X) Sun Screen
BLOCK C                               Respiratory: (X) Not Needed           Prot. Clothing: ( ) Not Needed                  BLOCK D                                Respiratory: ( ) Not needed       Prot. Clothing: ( ) Not needed
                                      ( ) SCBA, Airline:                    ( ) Encapsulated Suit:                                                                 ( ) SCBA, Airline:                ( ) Encapsulated Suit:
                                      ( ) APR:                              ( ) Splash Suit                                                                        ( ) APR:                          ( ) Splash Suit
                                      ( ) Cartridge:                        ( ) Apron:                                                                             ( ) Cartridge:                    ( ) Apron:
                    ( ) Contingency




                                      ( ) Escape Mask:                      ( ) Tyvek Coverall or                                                                  ( ) Escape Mask:                  ( ) Tyvek Coverall or




                                                                                                                                                 (X) Contingency
                                      ( ) Other:                            ( ) Saranex Coverall                                                                   ( ) Other:                        ( ) Saranex Coverall
                                                                            (X) Cloth Coverall: OR                                                                                                   ( ) Cloth Coverall:
                                      Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed          (X) Other: Work Clothes                                                                Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed      ( ) Other:
                                      (X) Safety Glasses:                                                                                                          ( ) Safety Glasses:
  LEVEL: D - Modified




                                      ( ) Face Shield:                      Gloves: ( ) Not needed                                                                 ( ) Face Shield:                  Gloves: ( ) Not needed
                                                                                                                               TASKS: 1-2-3-4-5-6



                                      ( ) Goggles:                          ( ) Undergloves:                                                                       ( ) Goggles:                      ( ) Undergloves:
                                                                                                                               LEVEL: EXIT SITE
     (X) Primary




                                      (X) Hard Hat:                         (X) Gloves: Latex                                                                      ( ) Hard Hat:                     ( ) Gloves:
  TASKS: 4, 5




                                      ( ) Other:                            (X) Overgloves:                                                                        ( ) Other:                        ( ) Overgloves:
                                                                                                                                  ( ) Primary




                                      Boots: ( ) Not needed                 Other: specify below                                                                   Boots: ( ) Not needed             Other: specify below
                                      (X) Steel-Toe     (X) Steel Shank     ( ) Tick Spray                                                                         ( ) Steel-Toe   ( ) Steel Shank   ( ) Tick Spray
                                      ( ) Rubber        ( ) Leather         ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water                                                     ( ) Rubber      ( ) Leather       ( ) Float. Device If Over Water
                                      ( ) Overboots:                        ( ) Hearing Protection                                                                 ( ) Overboots: Latex              ( ) Hearing Protection
                                                                            (X) Sun Screen                                                                                                           ( ) Sun Screen
This health and safety plan form constitutes hazard analysis per 29 CFR 1910.132

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 HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                          This document is for the exclusive                   CDM Federal
 CDM Health and Safety Program                                        use of CDM and its subcontractors                    PROJECT DOCUMENT #:
 MONITORING EQUIPMENT:                  Specify by task. Indicate type as necessary. Attach additional sheets if needed.
 INSTRUMENT         TASK                ACTION GUIDELINES                                                                  COMMENTS

 Combustible                            0-10% LEL                  No explosion hazard                                                      ( ) Not Needed
 Gas Indicator      2, 6                10-25% LEL                 Potential explosion hazard; notify SHSC
                                        >25% LEL                   Explosion hazard; interrupt task/evacuate
                                         21.0% O2                  Oxygen normal
                                        <21.0% O2                  Oxygen deficient; notify SHSC
                                        <19.5% O2                  Interrupt task/evacuate
 Radiation                              3 x Background:            Notify HSM                                                               (X) Not Needed
 Survey Meter                           >2mR/hr:                   Establish REZ
 Photoionization    Specify:            above background                                                                                    ( ) Not Needed
 Detector                               0-5 ppm:                   Proceed with caution
 11.7 eV Lamp        2-6                5-50 ppm:                  Stop
 Type: Rae Systems MiniRae 2000         >50 ppm                    Evacuate Site
 Flame Ionization   Specify:                                                                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Detector
 Type____________
 Single Gas         Specify:                                                                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Type____________
 Type____________
 Respirable         Specify:                                                                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Dust Monitor
 Type____________
 Type____________
 Other              Specify:                                                                                                                ( ) Not Needed
                                   If team notices unusual odors or irritation of the eye or throat, they will
 Type____________   1-6           leave the area.
 Type____________
 Other              Specify:                                                                                                                ( ) Not Needed
                                   If team observes visible concentrations of airborne dust or dry, windy
 Type____________   1-6           conditions that dust, team will leave area.
 Type____________




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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                     This document is for the exclusive      CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                                   use of CDM and its subcontractors       PROJECT DOCUMENT #:
DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES
               ATTACH SITE MAP INDICATING EXCLUSION, DECONTAMINATION, & SUPPORT ZONES AS PAGE TWO
Personnel Decontamination                        Sampling Equipment Decontamination                     Heavy Equipment Decontamination


CDM team will wear protective gloves           Sampling equipment will be decontaminated by:            Decontaminate Drill Rig auger at each well/borehole
during subsurface sampling events.             1. Wash and scrub with low phosphate detergent           location using an alconox rinse and brush.
Team members will remove their protective      2. Potable tap water rinse*
clothing in the following order:               3. Deionized water rinse                                 CDM will require heavy equipment contractors to
                                               4. Acetone or isopropanol rinse (pesticide grade or      decontaminate their equipment before it leaves the site.
1. Equipment drop.                             better) when sampling for organics SOIL ONLY
2. Glove removal                               5. Thorough rinse with 10% Nitric rinse (for metals)
3. Hand and face wash.                         SOIL ONLY
                                               6. Air dry
* HSO in conjuction with H&S Manager have autho7. Wrap in aluminum foil for transport SOIL ONLY
upgrade or downgrade level of H&S PPE          *Potable water must be from a municipal water
                                               treament supply system
                                               Pthalate-free gloves must be worn when using
                                               solvents
                                             Water quality measurment probes and water level
                                             indicators must be rinsed with deionized water
                              ( ) Not Needed between uses.                                                                                            () Not Needed
                                                                                      ( ) Not Needed
Containment and Disposal Method              Containment and Disposal Method                         Containment and Disposal Method




All disposable PPE will be containerized and     Water rinses from decontamination procedures will be
                                                                                                        Soil Cuttings will be placed back down the borehole
disposed of off site.                            dispersed to the ground




HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TO BE BROUGHT ONSITE
                 Preservatives                                Decontamination                                               Calibration
(X) Hydrochloric Acid ( ) Zinc Acetate      (X) Alconox TM              ( ) Hexane                      (X) 100 ppm isobutylene ( ) Hydrogen Sulfide
(X) Nitric Acid           ( ) Ascorbic Acid ( ) Liquinox TM             (X) Isopropanol                 ( ) Methane               ( ) Carbon Monoxide
( ) Sulfuric Acid         ( ) Acetic Acid   (X) Acetone                 (X) Nitric Acid                 ( ) Pentane               (X) pH Standards
( ) Sodium Hydroxide      ( ) Other:        ( ) Methanol                ( ) Other:                      ( ) Hyrogen               (X) Conductivity Std
                                            ( ) Mineral Spirits                                         ( ) Propane               (X) Other: 5 Gas Std

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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                                       This document is for the exclusive                     CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                                                 use of CDM and its subcontractors                          PROJECT DOCUMENT #:
EMERGENCY CONTACTS                                                                                               EMERGENCY CONTACTS                        NAME                  PHONE
Water Supply        N/A                                                                                          Health and Safety Manager         Sean Oliveira           720/ 264 - 1153
EPA Release Report #:                                      800 / 424 - 8802                                      Site Safety Coordinator           Melissa Koberle            732/ 225 - 7000
CDM 24-Hour Emergency #:                                   FSG 406 / 293 - 1547                                  Client Contact                    Alison Devine               212/637-4158
Facility Management                                        N/A                                                   Other (specify)
Other (specify)                                                                                                  Environmental Agency              EPA - Alison Devine, see above
CHEMTREC Emergency #:                                      800 / 424 - 9300                                      State Spill Number                New York             (800) 457 - 7362
                                                                                                                 Fire Department                                                    911
CONTINGENCY PLANS:                                         Summarize below                                       Police Department                                                  911
                                                                                                                 State Police                                                       911
If CDM work team observes hazards for which they have not prepared, they                                         Health Department                 Washington County          518/ 746-2400
will withdraw from the area and call the CDM Site Project Manager.                                               Poison Control Center             Nationwide                800 / 222 - 1222
                                                                                                                 Occupational Physician            Dr. Jerry Berke            800 / 350 - 4511
 i      lh       f      ffi (         ) ill d i               i              ill
Site Health & Safety Officer (SHSO) will designate evacuation routes. Teams will
cease work if they see lighting or thunder storms in their area.                                                 MEDICAL EMERGENCY                                               PHONE
                                                                                                                 Hospital Name:          Glens Falls Hospital
CDM may rely on instruments operated by subcontractor personnel only upon SHSO                                   Hospital Address        100 Park Street, Glen Falls, NY
approval. If subcontractor directs a higher level of protection than this plan does,                             Name of Contact at Hospital:      518/ 926 - 1000
they may wear that level. CDM personnel may choose to wear more protection                                       Name of 24-Hour Ambulance:
than directed by this plan.                                                                                      Route to Hospital:
                                                                                                                 1) head NORTH on BROADWAY ST/US-4 East
Contractor will be expected to inspect its equipment and certify their suitability for the                       toward Park Ave
project to the CDM site health and safety coordinator.                                                           2) turn LEFT at PARK PLACE
                                                                                                                 3) Park Place turns slightly RIGHT and becomes NY-254 West
                                                                                                                 4) Continue onto LOWER WARREN STREET
                                                                                                                 5) Continue onto NY-32 S/WARREN STREET
                                                                                                                 6) Continue onto HUDSON AVE
HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN APPROVALS (H&S Mgr must sign each plan)

Prepared by         Dante Porzilli                                                Date              12/21/2010   Hospital will be on the left
HSC Signature                                                                     Date
                                                                                             Dec 22, 2010
                        E-Signed by Shawn Oliv eira

HSM Signature        VERIFY authentic ity with ApproveIt
                                                                                  Date                           Distance to Hospital                4.7 miles




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  HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM     This document is for the exclusive   CDM Federal
  CDM Health and Safety Program   use of CDM and its subcontractors    PROJECT DOCUMENT #:
  HOSPITAL ROUTE MAP:




            HOSPITAL




                                                                                  SITE




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          HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM document is for the exclusive
                                     This                                                               CDM Federal
          CDM Health and Safety Program                 use of CDM and its subcontractors              PROJECT DOCUMENT #:

          TOPICS                                                                            COLD STRESS MONITORING
          Site background, contaminant levels and exposure symptoms
          PPE requirements for today                                                        If a field member shows signs of cold stress
          Buddy System and communication plan                                               (hypothermia: shivering, teeth chattering, fumbling
          Emergency Response                                                                hands, slurred speech, and loss of coordination; frost
          Daily tasks and associated risks; Hazard control                                  bite: body parts becoming white, firm, cold to the
          Engineering Controls to address site related activities                           touch, and may feel waxy) work should be stopped
          Injury and incident reporting                                                     immediately and medical attention should be ensued
          Cold Stress (weather forecast/conditions)                                         for the field member. All field members should drink
                                                                                            water periodically and take breaks in a heated area
          TRAINING REQUIREMENTS                                                             when feeling initial signs of cold stress.
          All staff shall review the HASP
          HAZWOPER 40-hour - all on-site staff
          8-hour refresher - all on-site staff
          Supervisor HAZWOPER training (H&S Coordinator)
          10- hour OSHA construction training (if appropriate)
          Fit testing
          1 onsite personnel must have CPR/First Aid Training
          Certificates will be kept on-site

          MEDICAL MONITORING
          Medical monitoring for field staff are as per OSHA
          standards 29 CFR 1910.120 (f) and 29 CFR 1926.65 (f).
          All on-site staff will be cleared by the Washington
          Occupational Health Associates, Inc. (WOHA)
          physician (Dr. Burke) for respirator use. Copies of                               EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
          medical certificates will be kept on-site.                                        Fire extinguisher (type ABC)
                                                                                            16- unit first aid kit
                                                                                            Eyewash

                                                                                            All equipment will be located either in the site vehicle or
                                                                                            in the work zone.




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                                     This                                                                CDM Federal
          CDM Health and Safety Program                  use of CDM and its subcontractors               PROJECT DOCUMENT #:

          ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

          SHSO: Ms. Melissa Koberle is responsible for ensuring that the protocols
          specified in the HASP are followed during the field activities. The SHSO will
          also ensure that current copies of certificates, the HASP, and the CDM Health
          and Safety Manual are maintained at the Site. She is responsible for upgrade
          of respiratory protection.
                                                                                             Geologist: Ms. Tonya Bennett, will be responsible for
                                                                                             observing stratigraphy of drilling material;
          Project Manager: Brendan MacDonald will assist Mr. Dante Porzilli the field        documentation of work performed and oversight of
          team leader (FTL), in implementing and coordinating the field investigation        driller and drilling activities and air monitoring
          activities.                                                                        activities.


          FTL: Mr. Porzilli will be responsible for ensuring that all field tasks are        Scientists: Mr. Dante Porzilli, will assist in the collection,
          conducted in strict compliance with this HASP. All field personnel will report     preservation, and shipping of samples. They are
          directly to the FTL on all matters relating to the field investigation. The FTL    responsible for generating the Forms II Lite sampling
          will also be responsible for sampling activities and reports to the Site project   paperwork and maintenance of chain of custody
          manager.                                                                           procedures. They will also be documenting sampling
                                                                                             activities and communicating the chain of custodies to
                                                                                             the laboratory, EPA Regional Sampling Control
                                                                                             Coordinator (EPA RSCC) (Mr. Michael Adly) and
          Project HSM: Mr. Shawn Oliveira, will be responsible for the review of the
                                                                                             Sample Management Office (SMO) contact and the
          project-specific HASP that governs the field activities outlined in this HASP.
                                                                                             CDM CLP Coordinator (Mr. Scott Kirchner or Ms.
                                                                                             Vanessa Macwan).




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                               HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN SIGNATURE FORM

 CDM Health and Safety Plan
 All site personnel must sign this form indicating receipt of the H&SP. Keep this original on site. It becomes part of the
 permanent project files. Send a copy to the Health and Safety Manager (HSM).

                                                                            Former Grand Union
          SITE NAME/NUMBER:
                                                                        Region 2 /Fort Edward, NY
          DIVISION/LOCATION:

 CERTIFICATION:

 I understand, and agree to comply with, the provisions of the above referenced H&SP for work activities on this project. I
 agree to report any injuries, illnesses or exposure incidents to the site Health and Safety Coordinator (SHSC). I agree to
 inform the SHSC about any drugs (legal and illegal) that I take within three days of site work.


             PRINTED NAME                                         SIGNATURE                                    DATE




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South Buffalo Brownfield Opportunity Area

           Buffalo, New York

      Health and Safety Plan (HASP)
Acronyms
AHA        Activity Hazard Analysis
BOA        Brownfield Opportunity Area
CDM        Camp Dresser & McKee
CPR        cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CRZ        Contamination Reduction Zone
ESA        Environmental Site Assessment
eV         electron volts
FTL        field team leader
H&SM       Health and Safety Manager
HASP       Health and Safety Plan
HAZWOPER   Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
HSO        Health and Safety Officer
LEL        lower explosive limit
O2         oxygen
OSHA       Occupational Safety and Health Administration
PAH        polyaromatic hydrocarbon
PCB        polychlorinated biphenyl
PID        photoionization detector
PPE        personal protective equipment
ppm        parts per million
REC        recognized environmental condition
ROW        right of way
SVOC       semi-volatile organic compound
USEPA      United States Environmental Protection Agency
USTs       underground storage tanks
VOC        volatile organic compound
XRF        x-ray fluorescence
HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                            This document is for the exclusive                      CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
CDM Health and Safety Program                          use of CDM and its subcontractors                       PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619
                        South Buffalo Brownfield
PROJECT NAME            Opportunity Area (BOA)                   PROJECT#            021-SION-0200             REGION                                            2

SITE ADDRESS            Various Addresses                        CLIENT ORGANIZATION                             U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
                        Buffalo, New York                        CLIENT CONTACT                                              Alison Devine
                                                                 CLIENT CONTACT PHONE #                                      212/637-4158
(   ) AMENDMENT TO EXISTING APPROVED H&SP?
(   ) H&SP AMENDMENT NUMBER?                                     ( ) DATE OF PREVIOUS H&SP APPROVAL
OBJECTIVES OF FIELD WORK:                                   SITE TYPE:           Check as many as applicable
(e.g. collect surface soil samples):
                                                            Active                   ( )       Landfill             ( )       Unknown           (X)

                                                            Inactive                 (X)       Uncontrolled         (X)       Military          ( )
(1) Geophysical survey / Site Reconnaissance.               Secure                   ( )       Industrial           (X)       Other (specify)
(2)Advancement of soil borings via Geoprobe, soil
characterization, and soil sampling.                        Unsecure                 (X)       Recovery             ( )       Residential       ( )
(3) Collection of groundwater samples via Geoprobe.
                                                            Enclosed space           ( )       Well Field           ( )       Commercial        ()
                                                            All requirements described in the CDM Health and Safety Manual are incorporated in this health and
                                                            safety plan by reference.
PERSONNEL AND RESPONSIBILITIES                                   Company /             Current Training                Project or Site                 Tasks
      NAMES OF WORK CREW MEMBERS                              Division / Office          & Medical?                   Responsibilities                On Site?
      Brendan MacDonald                                                 CDM                      Yes           Site Manager                              1
      Jessica Beattie                                                   CDM                      Yes           TBA Leader                                1
      Melissa Koberle                                                   CDM                      Yes           Task Manager                             1-3
      Eric Rosenzweig                                                   CDM                      Yes           Field Team Leader                        1-3
      Tonya Bennett                                                     CDM                      Yes           Geologist                                2-3
BACKGROUND REVIEW:                      (X) Complete   ( ) Incomplete




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  HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                    This document is for the exclusive            CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
  CDM Health and Safety Program                  use of CDM and its subcontractors             PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619
    SITE MAP: Show Exclusion, Contamination Reduction, and Support Zones. Indicate Evacuation and Reassembly Points




                                                                                     Support Zone

                                                                                     Contamination Reduction Zone

                                                                                      Exclusion Zone
                   *Note: Figure not to scale




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         HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                       This document is for the exclusive                 CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
         CDM Health and Safety Program                                     use of CDM and its subcontractors                  PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619
         HISTORY:           Summarize conditions that relate to hazard. Include citizen complaints, spills, previous investigations or agency actions, known injuries, etc.


         Historically, the subject has been used for steel manufacturing facilities, storage of neighboring businesses, and paper streets/rights of way (ROWs). Significant
         past uses of the property include:
         • Surrounding Feine Steel (364 Baraga Street) and Baraga Street was Lackawanna Bridge Company
         • The Donner-Hanna Coke Corporation, Iroquois Gas Corporation, Koppers Company, Norfolk Railroad, Republic Steel and L.T.V. Corporation
         • Surrounding Germania Street ROW, Germania Site, and Burt Street ROW was Auto Convoy Loading, L.T.V. Corporation, New Care Storage, Interstate Freight System
         facility, Buffalo Ornamental Iron Works, Inc., and auto and truck garages and repair shops
         •Surrounding Providence ROW was Auto Convoy Loading Yard and New Care Storage
         • Surrounding Abby Street ROW was Bethlehem Steel and Donner Union Coke Corporation
         • Surrounding Providence Street ROW was paint shop, welding area, Hood Industries, and auto repair shop
         • Surrounding Buffalo River Parcel (1388 South Park Avenue) was a welding building
         Previous environmental investigations were conducted at Hydroponics, Feine Steel, the Berm Area, and the Germania Site. Known contaminants include various
         VOCs, SVOCs, PAHs, PCBs, Metals, and fuel oil. Additionally, Surrounding properties have a long industrial history including the manufacturing, use, and
         disposal of hazardous wastes. Environmental impacts from the surrounding properties are known to migrated to the subject properties.


         WASTE TYPES:          (X) Liquid      (X) Solid     ( ) Sludge      ( ) Gas    (X) Unknown        ( ) Other, specify:
         WASTE CHARACTERISTICS:                             Check as many as applicable.       WORK ZONES:

          ( ) Corrosive        ( ) Flammable          ( ) Radioactive                          The exclusion zone will include all points within 10 feet of the investigation
          (X) Toxic            (X) Volatile           ( ) Reactive                             activities or a sampling location. The contamination reduction zone (CRZ) will
                                                                                               consist of a ten foot annulus outside of the exclusion zone. The support zone will
          ( ) Inert Gas        (X) Unknown                                                     be a 10 foot annulus outside of the CRZ. All zones are mobile and will be
          ( ) Other:                                                                           established and moved as work crew moves.

         HAZARDS OF CONCERN:                                Check as many as applicable.       FACILITY'S PAST AND PRESENT DISPOSAL METHODS
                                                                                               AND PRACTICES:
          (X) Heat Stress        CDM Guideline (X) Noise           CDM Guideline Historically, no documented disposal has occurred on the site. However, several
          (X) Cold Stress      CDM Guideline (X) Inorganic Chemicals             surrounding properties have historically disposed of hazardous and non-
          ( ) Explosive/Flammable            (X) Organic Chemicals               hazardous wastes, and environmental impacts are known to have migrated to the
                                                                                 subject properties. All properties are currently vacant and there is no disposal
          ( ) Oxygen Deficient               (X) Motorized Traffic
                                                                                 onsite. Drums and/or tanks were found on the following sites: Feine Steel Site,
          ( ) Radiological                   (X) Heavy Machinery                 Baraga Street, Germania Street ROW, and Providiance ROW. In addition, CDM
          (X) Biological                     (X) Slips & Falls     CDM Guideline observed debris piles containing twisted metal, C&D debris, wood, dumped
          (X) Other:                                                             asphalt, plastic, dumped appliances, construction barricades, tires, auto parts,
          (X) Other:                                                             aggregate piles, stacks of wooden pallets, concrete with rebar, piping, and
                                                                                 mounding which could potentially have a negative environmental impact to the
                                                                                 subject properties.


         This plan incorporates CDM's procedure for:                      (Click on the relevant topics to download the hazard guideline. Delete irrelevant topics.)
                                                     Traffic and Work Zone Safety               Tools and Power Equipment                           Working Safely Around Geoprobes
           Manual Material Handling                                                             Working Around Heavy Equipment                          Hazardous Waste Site Controls
           Housekeeping                                                                                                                                Working Safely Around Drill Rigs
                                                                                                                                                                 Direct Push Technology
                                                                                                Hazardous Waste Site Decontamination

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 HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                               This document is for the exclusive         CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
CDM Health and Safety Program                                              use of CDM and its subcontractors PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619
DESCRIPTION AND FEATURES:                              Include principal operations and unusual features (containers, buildings, dikes, power lines, hillslopes, rivers, etc.)



The South Buffalo Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA) consists of 11 vacant parcels of land in the City of Buffalo, Erie County, New York. Parcel information for each
property is provided in Table 1. The subject property is bound to the north by the Buffalo River, the east by Hopkins Street, the west by a railroad corridor, and the
south by Tifft Street. The subject property is located in a predominantly urban area with residential structures intermixed with commercial and industrial buildings.
The property is situated at approximately 42° N 51’ 13.0” Latitude and 78° W 50’ 28.0” Longitude.



SURROUNDING POPULATION:                                ( X) Residential    (X) Industrial (X) Commercial ( ) Rural            (X) Urban     OTHER:
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SUMMARY:                                     Highlight or bold waste types and estimate amounts by category.
CHEMICALS:               SOLIDS:                       SLUDGES:                        SOLVENTS:                        OILS:                            OTHER:
Amount/Units:            Amount/Units:                 Amount/Units:                   Amount/Units:                    Amount/Units:                    Amount/Units:

Acids                    Flyash                        Paints                          Ketones                          Oily Wastes                      Laboratory

Pickling Liquors         Mill or Mine Tailings         Pigments                        Aromatics                        Gasoline                         Pharmaceutical

C
Caustics
    ti                   A b t
                         Asbestos                      Metals Sludges
                                                       M t l Sl d                      Hydrocarbons
                                                                                       H d     b                        Di l Oil
                                                                                                                        Diesel                           H   it l
                                                                                                                                                         Hospital

Pesticides               Ferrous Smelter               POTW Sludge                     Alcohols                         Lubricants                       Radiological

                                                                                       Halogenated (chloro,
Dyes or Inks             Non-Ferrous Smelter           Distillation Bottoms                                             Polynuclear Aromatics            Municipal
                                                                                       bromo)

Cyanides                 Metals                        Aluminum                        Esters                           PCBs                             Construction

Phenols                  Dioxins                                                       Ethers                           Heating Oil                      Munitions

Halogens

Other - specify          Other - Cyanide, slag(lead)   Other - tar wastes, coal tar    Other - specify                  Other - Fuel Oil #6              Other - specify




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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                                     This document is for the exclusive         CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
CDM Health and Safety Program                                                   use of CDM and its subcontractors          PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619
                                                     HIGHEST               PEL/TLV            IDLH          Warning                                                  PHOTO
               KNOWN                              OBSERVED                ppm or mg/m3     ppm or mg/m3   Concentration           SYMPTOMS & EFFECTS             IONIZATION
            CONTAMINANTS                        CONCENTRATION               (specify)        (specify)      (in ppm)               OF ACUTE EXPOSURE              POTENTIAL
                                                                                                                                                                     (eV)

1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene                     S           N/A                  25 ppm            NE            2.4 ppm        Eye, nose & throat irritation,                     NA
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene                     S           N/A                  25 ppm            NE            2.4 ppm        Eye, nose & throat irritation,                     NA
4-chloroaniline                           GW           N/A                      -              -                -                             -                                 -
Benzene                                   GW           N/A                  0.5 ppm         500 ppm         61 ppm         Eye & nose irritation, headache,                  9.25
Cadmium                                    S           N/A                 2 µg/m3          9 mg/m3           Dust         Pulmonary edema, tight chest,                     Dust
Chlorobenzene                            S/GW         40 ug/L               10 ppm         1,000 ppm        1.3 ppm        Skin & eye irritation,                            9.10
Cyanides (skin)                           GW           N/A                 5 mg/m3         25 mg/m3           Dust         Weakness, headache, nausea,                       Dust
Fuel Oil #6                               GW           N/A                      -              -                -
Mercury                                    S           N/A                 25 µg/m3        10 mg/m3           NA           Severe abdominal pain tremors,                    10.40
Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs - skin)     S           N/A                500 µg/m3         5 mg/m3           Mist         Irritated eyes, chloracne                          Mist
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons          GW           N/A                      -              -                -                             -                                  -
Toluene                                    S           N/A                  50 ppm          500 ppm         1.7 ppm        Fatigue, confusion, euphoria,                      8.82
Total SVOC                                 S           N/A                      -              -                -                             -                                  -
Total VOC                                  S           N/A                      -              -                -                             -                                  -




NA = Not Available                                NE = None Established                  U = Unknown                       Verify your access to an MSDS for each chemical
                                                eV = elcric volts                                                          you will use at the site.
     S = Soil                                   SW = Surface Water   T = Tailings           W = Waste        TK = Tanks                                          SD = Sediment
     A = Air                                    GW = Ground Water    SL = Sludge            D = Drums        L = Lagoons                                         OFF = Off-Site




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   HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                  This document is for the exclusive                    CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
   CDM Health and Safety Program                                use of CDM and its subcontractors                     PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619
                                                                     Disturbing the                                                                   HAZARD &
                 SPECIFIC TASK DESCRIPTIONS                                                            TASK - SPECIFIC HAZARDS
                                                                        Waste?                                                                        SCHEDULE
   1                                                                                                                                                  Low Hazard
         (a) Geophysical Survey to investigate for the presence of
         underground storage tanks (USTs), buried foundations,                          Hazards include cold stress, frostbite, slips trips and
         and underground anomalies. (b) Site Reconnaissance to       Non­intrusive falls, motorized traffic, and biological hazards such as
         markout sampling locations, characterization of debris                         insects and poison plants.                                   November, 2010
         piles.


   2                                                                                                                                                  Low Hazard
         (a) Advancement of soil borings via Geoprobe.       (b)
         Characterization and field screening of samples for the
         following contaminants of concern: Lead and mercury
         via x-ray fluorescent (XRF) analyzer; fuel oil                                  Hazards include heat stress, slips trip and falls, noise,
         constituents and other VOCs via a photoionization                              biological hazards such as insects and poison plants,
         detector (PID); and additional organic compounds via
                                                                         Intrusive      working around a drill rig, and possible exposure to          Spring, 2011
         olfactory and visible observations.                                            contaminated media and preservatives.
         (c) Collection of surface and subsurface soil samples for
         laboratory analysis based on field screening.


   3                                                                                                                                                  Low Hazard
                                                                                         Hazards include heat stress, slips trip and falls, noise,
         Collection of groundwater samples via Geoprobe from
                                                                                        biological hazards such as insects and poison plants,
         the surficial aquifer to assess potential impacts to            Intrusive      and possible exposure to contaminated media and
         groundwater.                                                                                                                                 Spring, 2011
                                                                                        preservatives.

   SPECIALIZED TRAINING REQUIRED:                                                       SPECIAL MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE REQUIREMENTS:


   40 hour OSHA Training and 8 hour OSHA Refresher Training                             Annual Medical Surveillance


   OVERALL HAZARD EVALUATION:                                        ( ) High   ( ) Medium   (X) Low    ( ) Unknown
                                Main hazards of concern are traffic, working around heavy machinery, and exposure to contaminated media. Low levels of
   JUSTIFICATION:
                                contaminants were found during previous investigations.
   FIRE/EXPLOSION POTENTIAL:                                         ( ) High   ( ) Medium   (X) Low    ( ) Unknown




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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                                                This document is for the exclusive                                                      CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
CDM Health and Safety Program                                                              use of CDM and its subcontractors                                                       PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:                                          Specify by task. Indicate type and/or material, as necessary. Group tasks if possible. Use copies of this sheet if needed.
BLOCK A                               Respiratory: (X) Not Needed            Prot. Clothing: (X) Not Needed                  BLOCK B                               Respiratory: (X) Not Needed       Prot. Clothing: ( ) Not Needed
                                      ( ) SCBA, Airline:                     ( ) Encapsulated Suit:                                                                ( ) SCBA, Airline:                ( ) Encapsulated Suit:
                                      ( ) APR:                               ( ) Splash Suit                                                                       ( ) APR:                          ( ) Splash Suit
                                      ( ) Cartridge:                         ( ) Apron:                                                                            ( ) Cartridge:                    ( ) Apron:
                                      ( ) Escape Mask:                       ( ) Tyvek Coverall or                                                                 ( ) Escape Mask:                  ( ) Tyvek Coverall or




                                                                                                                                                 ( ) Contingency
                    ( ) Contingency




                                      ( ) Other:                             ( ) Saranex Coverall                                                                  ( ) Other:                        ( ) Saranex Coverall
                                                                             (X) Cloth Coverall: OR                                                                                                  (X) Cloth Coverall: OR
                                      Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed           (X) Other: Work Clothes                                                               Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed      (X) Other: Work Clothes
                                      (X) Safety Glasses:                                                                                                          (X) Safety Glasses:
                                      ( ) Face Shield:                       Gloves: ( ) Not needed                                                                ( ) Face Shield:                  Gloves: ( ) Not needed




                                                                                                                               LEVEL: D - Modified
  LEVEL: D - Modified




                                      ( ) Goggles:                           ( ) Undergloves:                                                                      ( ) Goggles:                      (X) Undergloves: Nitrile
                                      (X) Hard Hat:    If overhead           (X) Gloves: Cloth                                                                     (X) Hard Hat:                     ( ) Gloves:




                                                                                                                                  (X) Primary
     (X) Primary




                                      ( ) Other:       hazards exist         ( ) Overgloves:                                                                       ( ) Other:                        (X) Overgloves: Cloth




                                                                                                                               TASKS: 2, 3
  TASKS: 1




                                      Boots: ( ) Not needed                  Other: specify below                                                                  Boots: ( ) Not needed             Other: specify below
                                      (X) Steel-Toe     ( ) Steel Shank      ( ) Tick Spray                                                                        (X) Steel-Toe ( ) Steel Shank     (X) Tick Spray
                                      ( ) Rubber        ( ) Leather          ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water                                                    ( ) Rubber      ( ) Leather       ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water
                                      ( ) Overboots:                         ( ) Hearing Protection                                                                ( ) Overboots:                    (X) Hearing Protection
                                                                             ( ) Sun Screen                                                                                                          (X) Sun Screen
BLOCK C                               Respiratory: (X) Not Needed            Prot. Clothing: ( ) Not Needed                  BLOCK D                               Respiratory: ( ) Not needed       Prot. Clothing: ( ) Not needed
                                      ( ) SCBA, Airline:                     ( ) Encapsulated Suit:                                                                ( ) SCBA, Airline:                ( ) Encapsulated Suit:
                                      ( ) APR:                               ( ) Splash Suit                                                                       ( ) APR:                          ( ) Splash Suit
                                      ( ) Cartridge:                         ( ) Apron:                                                                            ( ) Cartridge:                    ( ) Apron:
                    (X) Contingency




                                      ( ) Escape Mask:                       ( ) Tyvek Coverall or                                                                 ( ) Escape Mask:                  ( ) Tyvek Coverall or




                                                                                                                                                ( ) Contingency
                                      ( ) Other:                             ( ) Saranex Coverall                                                                  ( ) Other:                        ( ) Saranex Coverall
                                                                             (X) Cloth Coverall: OR                                                                                                  ( ) Cloth Coverall:
                                      Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed           (X) Other: Work Clothes                                                               Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed      ( ) Other:
                                      (X) Safety Glasses:                                                                                                          ( ) Safety Glasses:
  LEVEL: D - Modified




                                      ( ) Face Shield:                       Gloves: ( ) Not needed                                                                ( ) Face Shield:                  Gloves: ( ) Not needed
                                      ( ) Goggles:                           ( ) Undergloves:                                                                      ( ) Goggles:                      ( ) Undergloves:
                                                                                                                               LEVEL: EXIT SITE



                                      (X) Hard Hat:                          (X) Gloves: Latex                                                                     ( ) Hard Hat:                     ( ) Gloves:
  TASKS: 1-2-3

     ( ) Primary




                                                                                                                               TASKS: 1-2-3




                                      ( ) Other:                             (X) Overgloves:                                                                       ( ) Other:                        ( ) Overgloves:
                                                                                                                                  ( ) Primary




                                      Boots: ( ) Not needed                  Other: specify below                                                                  Boots: ( ) Not needed             Other: specify below
                                      (X) Steel-Toe     ( ) Steel Shank      ( ) Tick Spray                                                                        ( ) Steel-Toe   ( ) Steel Shank   ( ) Tick Spray
                                      ( ) Rubber        ( ) Leather          ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water                                                    ( ) Rubber      ( ) Leather       ( ) Float. Device If Over Water
                                      ( ) Overboots:                         ( ) Hearing Protection                                                                ( ) Overboots: Latex              ( ) Hearing Protection
                                                                             (X) Sun Screen                                                                                                          ( ) Sun Screen
This health and safety plan form constitutes hazard analysis per 29 CFR 1910.132

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 HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                          This document is for the exclusive                   CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
 CDM Health and Safety Program                                        use of CDM and its subcontractors                    PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619
 MONITORING EQUIPMENT:                  Specify by task. Indicate type as necessary. Attach additional sheets if needed.
 INSTRUMENT         TASK                ACTION GUIDELINES                                                                  COMMENTS

 Combustible                            0-10% LEL                  No explosion hazard                                                        ( ) Not Needed
 Gas Indicator      2, 3                10-25% LEL                 Potential explosion hazard; notify SHSC
                                        >25% LEL                   Explosion hazard; interrupt task/evacuate
                                         21.0% O2                  Oxygen normal
                                        <21.0% O2                  Oxygen deficient; notify SHSC
                                        <19.5% O2                  Interrupt task/evacuate
 Radiation                              3 x Background:            Notify HSM                                                                 (X) Not Needed
 Survey Meter                           >2mR/hr:                   Establish REZ
 Photoionization    Specify:            above background                                                                                      ( ) Not Needed
 Detector           2, 3                0-5 ppm:                   Proceed with caution
 11.7 eV Lamp                           5-50 ppm:                  Stop
 Type: Rae Systems MiniRae 2000         >50 ppm                    Evacuate Site
 Flame Ionization   Specify:                                                                                                                  (X) Not Needed
 Detector
 Type____________
 Single Gas         Specify:                                                                                                                  (X) Not Needed
 Type____________
 Type____________
 Respirable         Specify:                                                                                                                  (X) Not Needed
 Dust Monitor
 Type____________
 Type____________
 Other              Specify:                                                                                                                  ( ) Not Needed
                                   If team notices unusual odors or irritation of the eye or throat, they will
 Type____________   1-3           leave the area.
 Type____________
 Other              Specify:                                                                                                                  ( ) Not Needed
                                   If team observes visible concentrations of airborne dust or dry, windy
 Type____________   1-3           conditions that dust, team will leave area.
 Type____________




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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                      This document is for the exclusive                 CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
CDM Health and Safety Program                                    use of CDM and its subcontractors        PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619
DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES
               ATTACH SITE MAP INDICATING EXCLUSION, DECONTAMINATION, & SUPPORT ZONES AS PAGE TWO
Personnel Decontamination                        Sampling Equipment Decontamination                       Heavy Equipment Decontamination


CDM team will wear protective gloves             Sampling equipment will be decontaminated by:            Decontaminate Drill Rig auger at each well/borehole
during subsurface sampling events.               1. Wash and scrub with low phosphate detergent           location.
Team members will remove their protective        2. Potable tap water rinse*
clothing in the following order:                 3. Deionized water rinse                                 CDM will require heavy equipment contractors to
                                                 4. Acetone or isopropanol rinse (pesticide grade or      decontaminate their equipment before it leaves the site.
1. Equipment drop.                               better) when sampling for organics
2. Glove removal                                 5. Thorough rinse with 10% Nitric rinse (for metals)
3. Hand and face wash.                           6. Air dry
                                                 7. Wrap in aluminum foil for transport
* HSO in conjuction with H&S Manager have        *Potable water must be from a municipal water
authorization to upgrade or downgrade level of   treament supply system
H&S PPE.                                         Pthalate-free gloves must be worn when using
                                                 solvents
                                                 Water quality measurment probes and water level
                                                 indicators must be rinsed with deionized water
                                                 between uses.
                                  ( ) Not Needed                                          () Not Needed                                                  () Not Needed

Containment and Disposal Method                  Containment and Disposal Method                          Containment and Disposal Method




                                                                                                          Soil Cuttings will be placed back down the borehole, unless
All disposable PPE will be containerized and     Water rinses from decontamination procedures will be
                                                                                                          visible contamination is observed. If so soil cuttings will be
disposed of off site.                            containerized in 55-gallond drums.
                                                                                                          placed in 55-gallon drums.



HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TO BE BROUGHT ONSITE
                 Preservatives                                Decontamination                                                  Calibration
(X) Hydrochloric Acid     ( ) Zinc Acetate  (X) Alconox TM              ( ) Hexane                        (X) 100 ppm isobutylene ( ) Hydrogen Sulfide
(X) Nitric Acid           ( ) Ascorbic Acid ( ) Liquinox TM             (X) Isopropanol                   ( ) Methane                ( ) Carbon Monoxide
( ) Sulfuric Acid         ( ) Acetic Acid   (X) Acetone                 (X) Nitric Acid                   ( ) Pentane                (X) pH Standards
( ) Sodium Hydroxide      ( ) Other:        ( ) Methanol                ( ) Other:                        ( ) Hydrogen               (X) Conductivity Std
                                            ( ) Mineral Spirits                                           ( ) Propane                (X) Other: 5 Gas Std

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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                                         This document is for the exclusive                     CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
CDM Health and Safety Program                                                       use of CDM and its subcontractors                      PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619
EMERGENCY CONTACTS                                                                                                 EMERGENCY CONTACTS                       NAME                   PHONE
Water Supply        N/A                                                                                            Health and Safety Manager        Shawn Oliveira          406/ 293 - 1547
EPA Release Report #:                                        800 / 424 - 8802                                      Site Safety Coordinator          Jessica Beattie             732/ 225 - 7000
CDM 24-Hour Emergency #:                                     FSG 406 / 293 - 1547                                  Client Contact                   Alison Devine                212/637-4158
Facility Management                                          N/A                                                   Other (specify)
Other (specify)                                                                                                    Environmental Agency             EPA - Alison Devine, see above
CHEMTREC Emergency #:                                        800 / 424 - 9300                                      State Spill Number               New York             (800) 457 - 7362
                                                                                                                   Fire Department                                                    911
CONTINGENCY PLANS:                                           Summarize below                                       Police Department                                                  911
                                                                                                                   State Police                                                       911
If CDM work team observes hazards for which they have not prepared, they                                           Health Department                Erie County                 716/ 858 - 7690
will withdraw from the area and call the CDM Site Project Manager.                                                 Poison Control Center            Nationwide                  800 / 222 - 1222
                                                                                                                   Occupational Physician           Dr. Jerry Berke             800 / 350 - 4511
Site Health & Safety Officer (SHSO) will designate evacuation routes. Teams will
cease work if they see lighting or thunder storms in their area.                                                   MEDICAL EMERGENCY                                               PHONE
                                                                                                                   Hospital Name:          Mercy Hospital of Buffalo
CDM may rely on instruments operated by subcontractor personnel only upon SHSO                                     Hospital Address        565 Abbott Road, Buffalo, NY 14220
approval. If subcontractor directs a higher level of protection than this plan does,                               Name of Contact at Hospital:     (716) 826-7000
they may wear that level. CDM personnel may choose to wear more protection                                         Name of 24-Hour Ambulance:
than directed by this plan.                                                                                        Route to Hospital:


Contractor will be expected to inspect its equipment and certify their suitability for the                         1) head SOUTHEAST on SOUTH PARK AVE.
project to the CDM site health and safety coordinator.                                                             2) Continue onto ABBOTT RD.

                                                                                                                   Hospital will be on the Right.


HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN APPROVALS (H&S Mgr must sign each plan)

Prepared by         Dante Porzilli                                                  Date              10/27/2010
HSC Signature                                                                       Date
                         E-Signed by Shawn Oliveira

HSM Signature         VERIFY authentic ity with Approve It
                                                                                    Date                           Distance to Hospital                    1.7 miles




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  HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM     This document is for the exclusive   CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee)
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  HOSPITAL ROUTE MAP:



           SITE




                                                                                           HOSPITAL




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          HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                            This document is for the exclusive                       CDM
          CDM Health and Safety Program                          use of CDM and its subcontractors                PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619

          PRE-ENTRY BRIEFING AND DAILY SAFETY MEETING TOPICS                                          HEAT STRESS MONITORING
          Site background, contaminant levels and exposure symptoms
          PPE requirements for today                                                                  If a field member shows signs of heat stress (dizziness
          Buddy System and communication plan                                                         severe sweating, chills, apnea), work should be stopped
          Emergency Response                                                                          immediately and medical attention should be ensued for
          Daily tasks and associated risks; Hazard control                                            the field member. All field members should drink
          Engineering Controls to address site related activities                                     water periodically and take breaks in a shaded or air
                                                                                                      conditioned area when feeling initial signs of heat stress.
          Injury and incident reporting
          Heat Stress (weather forecast/conditions)

          TRAINING REQUIREMENTS                                                                       COLD STRESS MONITORING
          All staff shall review the HASP                                                             If a field member shows signs of cold stress (shivering,
          HAZWOPER 40-hour - all on-site staff                                                        teeth chattering, slurred speech, loss of coordination,
          8-hour refresher - all on-site staff                                                        slowed pulse/breathing, blue skin or loss of color in
          Supervisor HAZWOPER training (H&S Coordinator)                                              face) work should be stopped immediately and medical
          10- hour OSHA construction training (if appropriate)                                        attention should be ensued for the field member. All
          Fit testing                                                                                 field members should take breaks in heated areas
          2 onsite personnel must have CPR/First Aid Training                                         periodically when feeling initial signs of cold stress. If a
          Certificates will be kept on-site                                                           field member shows signs of frostbite (body parts
                                                                                                      becoming white, firm, cold to the touch, waxy feeling)
          MEDICAL MONITORING                                                                          the victim shall be brought into a warm environment
          Medical monitoring for field staff are as per OSHA standards 29 CFR 1910.120 (f) and        and the affected areas should be allowed to thaw and
          29 CFR 1926.65 (f). All on-site staff will be cleared by the occupational physician (Dr.    warm. In severe cases the vicimt shall be transported to
          Berke) for respirator use. Copies of medical certificates will be kept on-site.             a medical facility.


                                                                                                      EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
                                                                                                      Fire extinguisher (type ABC)
                                                                                                      16- unit first aid kit
                                                                                                      Eyewash

                                                                                                      All equipment will be located either in the site vehicle or
                                                                                                      in the work zone.




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          CDM Health and Safety Program                   use of CDM and its subcontractors              PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-029-00619

          ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

          SHSO: Ms. Melissa Koberle is responsible for ensuring that the protocols            Subcontractor: A New York-licensed driller and
          specified in the HASP are followed during the field activities. The SHSO will       sampling company, will provide the drilling technical
          also ensure that current copies of certificates, the HASP, and the CDM Health       services and is responsible for inspecting and certifying
          and Safety Manual are maintained at the Site. She is responsible for upgrade of     the safety of their equipment on a daily basis.
          respiratory protection.


                                                                                              Geologist: Ms. Tonya Bennett, will be responsible for
          Project Manager: Brendan MacDonald will assist Ms. Tonya Bennett the field          observing stratigraphy of drilling material;
          team leader, in implementing and coordinating the field investigation               documentation of work performed and oversight of
          activities.                                                                         driller and drilling activities and air monitoring
                                                                                              activities.

          FTL: Mr. Eric Rosenzweig will be responsible for ensuring that all field tasks      Scientists: Mr.Eric Rosenzweig, will assist in the
          are conducted in strict compliance with the FSP. All field personnel will report    collection, preservation, and shipping of samples. They
          directly to the FTL on all matters relating to the field investigation. The FTL     are responsible for generating the Forms II Lite
          will also be responsible for sampling activities and reports to the Site project    sampling paperwork and maintenance of chain of
          manager.                                                                            custody procedures. They will also be documenting
                                                                                              sampling activities and communicating the chain of
                                                                                              custodies to the laboratory, EPA Regional Sampling
                                                                                              Control Coordinator (EPA RSCC) (Mr. Michael Adly)
          Project HSM: Mr. Shawn Oliveria, will be responsible for the review of the          and Sample Management Office (SMO) contact and the
          project-specific Health and Safety Plan (HASP) that governs the field activities    CDM CLP Coordinator (Mr. Scott Kirchner or Ms.
          outlined in this SAP.                                                               Vanessa Macwan).




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                               HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN SIGNATURE FORM

 CDM Health and Safety Plan
 All site personnel must sign this form indicating receipt of the H&SP. Keep this original on site. It becomes part of the
 permanent project files. Send a copy to the Health and Safety Manager (HSM).

                                                            South Buffalo Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA)
          SITE NAME/NUMBER:
                                                                           Region 2 /Buffalo, NY
          DIVISION/LOCATION:

 CERTIFICATION:

 I understand, and agree to comply with, the provisions of the above referenced H&SP for work activities on this project. I
 agree to report any injuries, illnesses or exposure incidents to the site Health and Safety Coordinator (SHSC). I agree to
 inform the SHSC about any drugs (legal and illegal) that I take within three days of site work.


             PRINTED NAME                                         SIGNATURE                                    DATE




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   Thomas Jackson Estates

   Jersey City, New Jersey

Health and Safety Plan (HASP)
Acronyms
AHA        Activity Hazard Analysis
AST        above ground storage tank
bgs        below ground surface
CDM        Camp Dresser & McKee
CPR        cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CRZ        Contamination Reduction Zone
ESA        Environmental Site Assessment
eV         electron volts
ft         feet
FTL        field team leader
H&SM       Health and Safety Manager
HASP       Health and Safety Plan
HAZWOPER   Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
HSO        Health and Safety Officer
LEL        lower explosive limit
NJDEP      New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
O2         oxygen
OSHA       Occupational Safety and Health Administration
PAH        polyaromatic hydrocarbon
PCB        polychlorinated biphenyl
PID        photoionization detector
PPE        personal protective equipment
ppm        parts per million
REC        recognized environmental condition
TBA        Targeted Brownfield Assessment
TPH        total petroleum hydrocarbon
USEPA      United States Environmental Protection Agency
USTs       underground storage tanks
XRF        x-ray fluorescence
HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                              This document is for the exclusive                      CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                            use of CDM and its subcontractors                       PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-021-00671
PROJECT NAME            Thomas Jackson Estates Site                 PROJECT#           021-SION-0200             REGION                           2

SITE ADDRESS            68 properties, Jersey City, NJ              CLIENT ORGANIZATION                              U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
                        See Site Description, pg. 4                 CLIENT CONTACT                                                  Alison Devine
                                                                    CLIENT CONTACT PHONE #                                           212/637-4158

( X ) AMENDMENT TO EXISTING APPROVED H&SP?
(NA) H&SP AMENDMENT NUMBER?                       Site-specific     (X) DATE OF PREVIOUS H&SP APPROVAL                     Generic TBA HASP October 2007
OBJECTIVES OF FIELD WORK:                                     SITE TYPE:           Check as many as applicable
(e.g. collect surface soil samples):
                                                              Active                   (X)        Landfill           ( )        Unknown               ( )
(1) Geophysical Survey/Site Reconnaissance to mark out
groundwater and soil sampling locations                       Inactive                 ( )        Uncontrolled       (X)        Military              ( )
(2) Advancement of soil boring to 8 ft bgs, or until
                                                              Secure                   ( )        Industrial         ( )        Other (specify)
groundwater is encountered. Field screening of samples for
chromium and lead via x-ray fluorescence (XRF) , for          Unsecure                 (X)        Recovery           ( )        Residential           (X)
petroleum and gasoline constituents via photoionization
detector (PID) , and for total petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH)    Enclosed space           ( )        Well Field         ( )        Commercial            (X)
via olfactory and visual observations
(3) Collection of subsurface soil samples                     All requirements described in the CDM Health and Safety Manual are incorporated in this health and
(4) Collection of groundwater samples                         safety plan by reference.

PERSONNEL AND RESPONSIBILITIES                                       Company /           Current Training               Project or Site                      Tasks
      NAMES OF WORK CREW MEMBERS                                  Division / Office        & Medical?                  Responsibilities                     On Site?
      Brendan MacDonald                                                   CDM                       Yes          Site Manager                                   1
      Jessica Beattie                                                     CDM                       Yes          TBA Leader                                     1
      Melissa Koberle                                                     CDM                       Yes          Task Manager                               1, 2, 3, 4
      Tonya Bennett                                                       CDM                       Yes          Field Team Leader                          1, 2, 3, 4

BACKGROUND REVIEW:                      (X) Complete     ( ) Incomplete




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         CDM Health and Safety Program                  use of CDM and its subcontractors             PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-021-00671
           SITE MAP: Show Exclusion, Contamination Reduction, and Support Zones. Indicate Evacuation and Reassembly Points




                                                                                                                        An exclusion zone 
                                                                                                                        (red), 
                                                                                                                        contamination
                                                                                                                        contamination 
                                                                                                                        reduction zone 
                                                                                                                        (blue), and support 
                                                                                                                        zone (green) will 
                                                                                                                        be setup at each 
                                                                                                                        borehole. An 
                                                                                                                        example is 
                                                                                                                        provided on the 
                                                                                                                        Figure.




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         CDM Health and Safety Program                                     use of CDM and its subcontractors                  PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-021-00671
         HISTORY:           Summarize conditions that relate to hazard. Include citizen complaints, spills, previous investigations or agency actions, known injuries, etc.

         The Thomas Jackson Estates site encompasses 69 properties located in Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey. Historic uses of properties within the site are
         with potential environmental impacts include a previous storage garage, a welding company, the Warol Confectionery Store, multiple auto shops, a stair
         building facility, an undertaker, a rubber products facility, a commercial building, a warehouse, a Fire Department building, and a gas station. A soil
         investigation conducted by PDM Environmental Services in August, 2000, was performed to determine soil conditions for proposed residential development
         on the site. Surface soil samples collected detected lead exceeding NJDEP soil cleanup criteria. The soil investigation attributed the elevated lead
         concentrations to historic fill material. TPH concentrations detected in the soil samples ranged from 61.9 ppm to 1,310 ppm. A geotechnical investigation was
         performed by Johnson Soils Engineering Company in 2001. Test pits conducted during the geotechnical investigation observed fill as deep as 7 feet bgs at the
         vacant lot on Block 1993. Findings showed that demolition materials from the preexisting buildings were used as fill within crawl spaces, half-basements, and
         basement foundations. Due to the region of Jersey City there is also potential for fill containing chromium to have been used on the site. During CDM's site
         reconnaissance, several of the properties were observed to contain small piles of demolition debris and litter which could potentially have an environmental
         impact. Several of site's surrounding properties also raise environmental concern. USTs and ASTs have been identified at several of the properties
         encompassed within and surrounding the site, including a leaking UST upgradient of the site owned by Birk Paint Manufacturers Inc. It is unknown how
         abandoned residences along Orient Avenue are heated and as such the properties may contain USTs or ASTs.


         WASTE TYPES:          (X) Liquid      (X) Solid     ( ) Sludge      ( ) Gas    (X) Unknown        ( ) Other, specify:
         WASTE CHARACTERISTICS:                             Check as many as applicable.       WORK ZONES:

          ( ) Corrosive        ( ) Flammable          ( ) Radioactive
                                                                                               The exclusion zone will include all points within 10 feet of the investigation
          (X) Toxic            (X) Volatile           ( ) Reactive                             activities or a sampling location. The contamination reduction zone (CRZ) will
                                                                                               consist of a ten foot annulus outside of the exclusion zone. The support zone
          ( ) Inert Gas        (X) Unknown
                                                                                               will be a 10 foot annulus outside of the CRZ. All zones are mobile and will be
          (X) Other:           Chromium                                                        established and moved as work crew moves.

         HAZARDS OF CONCERN:                                Check as many as applicable.       FACILITY'S PAST AND PRESENT DISPOSAL METHODS
                                                                                               AND PRACTICES:
          (X) Heat Stress        CDM Guideline ( ) Noise                    CDM Guideline
                                                                                     The findings of CDM's Phase I ESA determined that demolition debris on Block
          ( ) Cold Stress        CDM Guideline (X) Inorganic Chemicals
                                                                                     1993 was used to fill for crawl spaces, half-basements, and basement
          ( ) Explosive/Flammable                (X) Organic Chemicals               foundations for the pre-existing buildings. Additionally, several of the
          ( ) Oxygen Deficient                   (X) Motorized Traffic               properties encompassing the site were observed to have piles of demolition
          ( ) Radiological                       (X) Heavy Machinery                 debris and litter. The site contains 68 properties and the disposal history on
          (X) Biological                         (X) Slips & Falls     CDM Guideline each property is not fully known. Warehouses and industrial facilities
                                                                                     previously located on the site likely produced and stored items with potential
          (X) Other:        urban residential neighborhood
                                                                                     to negatively impact the environment if improperly disposed. Currently the
          ( ) Other:                                                                 site is not used for disposal.

         The Generic HASP incorporates CDM's procedure for:               (Click on the relevant topics to download the hazard guideline. Delete irrelevant topics.)
                                                    Traffic and Work Zone Safety                Tools and Power Equipment                        Working Safely Around Geoprobes
           Manual Material Handling                                                             Working Around Heavy Equipment                       Hazardous Waste Site Controls
           Housekeeping                                                                                                                             Working Safely Around Drill Rigs
                                                                                                                                                              Direct Push Technology
                                                                                                Hazardous Waste Site Decontamination

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CDM Health and Safety Program                                             use of CDM and its subcontractors PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-021-00671
DESCRIPTION AND FEATURES:                             Include principal operations and unusual features (containers, buildings, dikes, power lines, hillslopes, rivers, etc.)


The Thomas Jackson Estates Site includes 68 properties in Jersey City, NJ. The properties are bounded by Bergen Ave to the North, Virginia ave to the East, Ocean Ave
to the South, and Claremont Ave to the West. The properties are located in an urban, residential area. Amongst the residences, an automobile shop and toy factory is
located along Bergen Ave. Automobile and truck traffic in this area is high. The residential area has sidewalks and crosswalks. The Jersey City Light Rail system runs
along the northern portion of the properties, between Ege Ave. and Virginia Ave. Several of the subject properties contain debris including grass, gravel, litter, and
demolition debris. The surrounding properties currently consist of residential dwellings, vacant lots, churches, supermarkets, a strip mall, a shoe store, and a liquor
store.


SURROUNDING POPULATION:                               ( X) Residential    (X) Industrial (X) Commercial ( ) Rural            (X) Urban     OTHER:
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SUMMARY:                                    Highlight or bold waste types and estimate amounts by category.
CHEMICALS:               SOLIDS:                      SLUDGES:                        SOLVENTS:                        OILS:                            OTHER:
Amount/Units:            Amount/Units:                Amount/Units:                   Amount/Units:                    Amount/Units:                    Amount/Units:

Acids
A id                     Fl h
                         Flyash                       P i t
                                                      Paints                          Ketones
                                                                                      K t                              Oily Wastes                      Laboratory
                                                                                                                                                        L b t

Pickling Liquors         Mill or Mine Tailings        Pigments                        Aromatics                        Gasoline                         Pharmaceutical

Caustics                 Asbestos                     Metals Sludges                  Hydrocarbons                     Diesel Oil                       Hospital

Pesticides               Ferrous Smelter              POTW Sludge                     Alcohols                         Lubricants                       Radiological

                                                                                      Halogenated (chloro,
Dyes or Inks             Non-Ferrous Smelter          Distillation Bottoms                                             Polynuclear Aromatics            Municipal
                                                                                      bromo)

Cyanides                 Metals                       Aluminum                        Esters                           PCBs                             Construction

Phenols                  Dioxins                                                      Ethers                           Heating Oil                      Munitions

Halogens

Other - specify          Other - specify              Other - specify                 Other - specify                  Other - specify                  Other - specify




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                                             HIGHEST                 PEL/TLV            IDLH                                             PHOTO
               KNOWN                        OBSERVED               ppm or mg/m3     ppm or mg/m3        SYMPTOMS & EFFECTS             IONIZATION
          CONTAMINANTS                  CONCENTRATION                (specify)         (specify)         OF ACUTE EXPOSURE             POTENTIAL
    Lead compounds                 S         1750 ppm               50 µg/m3         100 mg/m3     Fatigue, pallor, colic, insomnia               Dust
    Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons   S         1310 ppm                   NE               NE
    Chromium                       S            NA                  500 µg/m3        250 mg/m3       Lung damage, skin sensitization       Dust




    NA = Not Available                   NE = None Established                     U = Unknown Verify your access to an MSDS for each chemical
                                                                                                   you will use at the site.
         S = Soil                      SW = Surface Water        T = Tailings         W = Waste        TK = Tanks                      SD = Sediment
         A = Air                       GW = Ground Water         SL = Sludge          D = Drums        L = Lagoons                     OFF = Off-Site



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   CDM Health and Safety Program                                 use of CDM and its subcontractors                    PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-021-00671
                                                                     Disturbing the                                                                   HAZARD &
                 SPECIFIC TASK DESCRIPTIONS                                                            TASK - SPECIFIC HAZARDS
                                                                        Waste?                                                                        SCHEDULE
   1                                                                                                                                                  Low Hazard
                                                                                        Hazards include heat stress, slips trips and falls,
         Geophysical Survey/Site Reconnaissance to mark out
         groundwater and soil sampling locations
                                                                     Non­intrusive motorized traffic, and biological hazards such as insects
                                                                                        and poison plants.                                           February, 2011


   2     Advancement of soil boring to 8 ft bgs, or until                                                                                             Low Hazard
                                                                                         Hazards include heat stress, slips trip and falls, noise,
         groundwater is encountered. Field screening of
                                                                                        biological hazards such as insects and poison plants,
         samples for chromium and lead via XRF, for petroleum            Intrusive      working around a heavy machinery and possible
         and gasoline constituents via PID, and for TPH via                                                                                          February, 2011
                                                                                        exposure to contaminated media.
         olfactory and visual observations

   3                                                                                                                                                 Low Hazard
                                                                                         Hazards include heat stress, slips trip and falls, noise,
         Collection of subsurface soil samples with use of a drill                      biological hazards such as insects and poison plants,
         rig
                                                                         Intrusive      working around heavy machinery, and possible                 February, 2011
                                                                                        exposure to contaminated media.

   4                                                                                                                                                  Low Hazard
                                                                                         Hazards include heat stress, slips trip and falls, noise,
         Collection of groundwater samples with use of a drill                          biological hazards such as insects and poison plants,
         rig
                                                                         Intrusive      working around heavy machinery and possible                  February, 2011
                                                                                        exposure to contaminated media and preservatives.

   SPECIALIZED TRAINING REQUIRED:                                                       SPECIAL MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE REQUIREMENTS:


   40 hour OSHA Training and 8 hour OSHA Refresher Training                             Annual Medical Surveillance


   OVERALL HAZARD EVALUATION:                                        ( ) High   ( ) Medium   (X) Low    ( ) Unknown

   JUSTIFICATION:                Main hazards of concern are traffic, working around a heavy machinery, expoure to contaminated media, and urban area

   FIRE/EXPLOSION POTENTIAL:                                         ( ) High   ( ) Medium   (X) Low    ( ) Unknown




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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                                                       This document is for the exclusive                                                                CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                                                                     use of CDM and its subcontractors                                              PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-021-00671
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:                                                 Specify by task. Indicate type and/or material, as necessary. Group tasks if possible. Use copies of this sheet if needed.
BLOCK A                                      Respiratory: (X) Not Needed            Prot. Clothing: (X) Not Needed                  BLOCK B                                      Respiratory: (X) Not Needed          Prot. Clothing: (X) Not Needed
                                             ( ) SCBA, Airline:                     ( ) Encapsulated Suit:                                                                       ( ) SCBA, Airline:                   ( ) Encapsulated Suit:
                                             ( ) APR:                               ( ) Splash Suit                                                                              ( ) APR:                             ( ) Splash Suit
                                             ( ) Cartridge:                         ( ) Apron:                                                                                   ( ) Cartridge:                       ( ) Apron:
                                             ( ) Escape Mask:                       ( ) Tyvek Coverall or                                                                        ( ) Escape Mask:                     ( ) Tyvek Coverall or
                    ( ) Contingency




                                                                                                                                                         ( ) Contingency
                                             ( ) Other:                             ( ) Saranex Coverall                                                                         ( ) Other:                           ( ) Saranex Coverall
                                                                                    ( ) Cloth Coverall:                                                                                                               (X) Cloth Coverall: OR
                                             Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed           ( ) Other:                                                                                   Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed         (X) Other: Work Clothes
                                             (X) Safety Glasses:                                                                                                                 (X) Safety Glasses:
                                             ( ) Face Shield:                       Gloves: ( ) Not needed                                                                       ( ) Face Shield:                     Gloves: ( ) Not needed
   EVEL: D - Modified




                                                                                                                                        EVEL: D -Modified
                                             ( ) Goggles:                           ( ) Undergloves:                                                                             ( ) Goggles:                         (X) Undergloves:
                                             (X) Hard Hat:    If overhead           (X) Gloves: Cloth                                                                            (X) Hard Hat:                        ( ) Gloves:




                                                                                                                                        ASKS: 2, 3, 4
     (X) Primary




                                                                                                                                          ( ) Primary
                                             ( ) Other:       hazard exist          ( ) Overgloves:                                                                              ( ) Other:                           ( ) Overgloves:
   ASKS: 1




                                             Boots: ( ) Not needed                  Other: specify below                                                                         Boots: ( ) Not needed                Other: specify below
                                             (X) Steel-Toe    ( ) Steel Shank       ( ) Tick Spray                                                                               (X) Steel-Toe      ( ) Steel Shank   ( ) Tick Spray




                                                                                                                                       TA
  TA




                                                                                                                                       LE
  LE




                                             ( ) Rubber       ( ) Leather           ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water                                                           ( ) Rubber         ( ) Leather       ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water
                                             ( ) Overboots:                         ( ) Hearing Protection                                                                       ( ) Overboots:                       (X) Hearing Protection
                                                                                    (X) Sun Screen                                                                                                                    (X) Sun Screen
BLOCK C                                      Respiratory: (X) Not Needed            Prot. Clothing: (X) Not Needed                  BLOCK D                                      Respiratory: ( ) Not needed          Prot. Clothing: ( ) Not needed
                                             ( ) SCBA, Airline:                     ( ) Encapsulated Suit:                                                                       ( ) SCBA, Airline:                   ( ) Encapsulated Suit:
                                             ( ) APR:                               ( ) Splash Suit                                                                              ( ) APR:                             ( ) Splash Suit
                                             ( ) Cartridge:                         ( ) Apron:                                                                                   ( ) Cartridge:                       ( ) Apron:
                                             ( ) Escape Mask:                       ( ) Tyvek Coverall or                                                                        ( ) Escape Mask:                     ( ) Tyvek Coverall or
                           (X) Contingency




                                                                                                                                                               ( ) Contingency
                                             ( ) Other:                             ( ) Saranex Coverall                                                                         ( ) Other:                           ( ) Saranex Coverall
                                                                                    ( ) Cloth Coverall:                                                                                                               ( ) Cloth Coverall:
                                             Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed           ( ) Other:                                                                                   Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed         ( ) Other:
                                             ( ) Safety Glasses:                                                                                                                 ( ) Safety Glasses:
                                             ( ) Face Shield:                       Gloves: ( ) Not needed                                                                       ( ) Face Shield:                     Gloves: ( ) Not needed
         LEVEL: EXIT SITE




                                             ( ) Goggles:                           ( ) Undergloves:                                                                             ( ) Goggles:                         ( ) Undergloves:
         TASKS: 1, 2 ,3, 4




                                             ( ) Hard Hat:                          ( ) Gloves: Latex                                                                            ( ) Hard Hat:                        ( ) Gloves:
                                                                                                                                          ( ) Primary
            ( ) Primary




                                             ( ) Other:                             ( ) Overgloves:                                                                              ( ) Other:                           ( ) Overgloves:
                                                                                                                                       TASKS:
                                                                                                                                       LEVEL:




                                             Boots: ( ) Not needed                  Other: specify below                                                                         Boots: ( ) Not needed                Other: specify below
                                             ( ) Steel-Toe     ( ) Steel Shank      ( ) Tick Spray                                                                               ( ) Steel-Toe      ( ) Steel Shank   ( ) Tick Spray
                                             ( ) Rubber        ( ) Leather          ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water                                                           ( ) Rubber         ( ) Leather       ( ) Float. Device If Over Water
                                             ( ) Overboots:                         ( ) Hearing Protection                                                                       ( ) Overboots: Latex                 ( ) Hearing Protection
                                                                                    ( ) Sun Screen                                                                                                                    ( ) Sun Screen
This health and safety plan form constitutes hazard analysis per 29 CFR 1910.132


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 HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                         This document is for the exclusive                   CDM Federal
 CDM Health and Safety Program                                       use of CDM and its subcontractors                    PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-021-00671
 MONITORING EQUIPMENT:                 Specify by task. Indicate type as necessary. Attach additional sheets if needed.
 INSTRUMENT         TASK               ACTION GUIDELINES                                                                  COMMENTS

 Combustible                           0-10% LEL                  No explosion hazard                                                       (X) Not Needed
 Gas Indicator      2, 3               10-25% LEL                 Potential explosion hazard; notify SHSC
                                       >25% LEL                   Explosion hazard; interrupt task/evacuate
                                        21.0% O2                  Oxygen normal
                                       <21.0% O2                  Oxygen deficient; notify SHSC
                                       <19.5% O2                  Interrupt task/evacuate
 Radiation                             3 x Background:            Notify HSM                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Survey Meter                          >2mR/hr:                   Establish REZ
 Photoionization    Specify:           above background                                                                                     ( ) Not Needed
 Detector                              0-5 ppm:                   Proceed with caution
 11.4 eV Lamp       2, 3, 4            5-50 ppm:                  Stop
 Type ____                             >50 ppm                    Evacuate Site
 Flame Ionization   Specify:                                                                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Detector
 Type____________
 Single Gas         Specify:                                                                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Type____________
 Type____________
 Respirable         Specify:                                                                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Dust Monitor
 Type____________
 Type____________
 Other:             Specify:                                                                                                                ( ) Not Needed
                                  If team notices unusual odors or irritation of the eye or throat, they will
 Type____________   1, 2, 3, 4   leave the area.
 Type____________
 Other              Specify:                                                                                                                ( ) Not Needed
                                  If team observes visible concentrations of airborne dust or dry, windy
 Type____________   1, 2, 3, 4   conditions that dust, team will leave area.
 Type____________




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CDM Health and Safety Program                                   use of CDM and its subcontractors         PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-021-00671
DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES
               ATTACH SITE MAP INDICATING EXCLUSION, DECONTAMINATION, & SUPPORT ZONES AS PAGE TWO
Personnel Decontamination                        Sampling Equipment Decontamination                       Heavy Equipment Decontamination


CDM team will wear protective gloves           Sampling equipment will be decontaminated by:              Decontaminate Drill Rig auger at each well/borehole
during subsurface sampling events.             1. Wash and scrub with low phosphate detergent             location using an alconox rinse and brush.
Team members will remove their protective      2. Potable tap water rinse*
clothing in the following order:               3. Deionized water rinse                                   CDM will require heavy equipment contractors to
                                               4. Acetone or isopropanol rinse (pesticide grade or        decontaminate their equipment before it leaves the site.
1. Equipment drop.                             better) when sampling for organics
2. Glove removal                               5. Thorough rinse with 10% Nitric rinse (for metals)
3. Hand and face wash.                         6. Air dry
                                               7. Wrap in aluminum foil for transport
* HSO in conjuction with H&S Manager have autho*Potable water must be from a municipal water
upgrade or downgrade level of H&S PPE          treament supply system
                                               Pthalate-free gloves must be worn when using
                                               solvents
                                               Water quality measurment probes and water level
                                                 indicators must be rinsed with deionized water
                                                 between uses.
                                  ( ) Not Needed                                          () Not Needed                                                 () Not Needed

Containment and Disposal Method                  Containment and Disposal Method                          Containment and Disposal Method




All disposable PPE will be containerized and     Water rinses from decontamination procedures will be
                                                                                                          Soil Cuttings will be placed back down the borehole
disposed of off site.                            dispersed to the ground




HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TO BE BROUGHT ONSITE
                 Preservatives                                 Decontamination                                                 Calibration
(X) Hydrochloric Acid     ( ) Zinc Acetate  (X) Alconox TM               ( ) Hexane                       (X) 100 ppm isobutylene ( ) Hydrogen Sulfide
(X) Nitric Acid           ( ) Ascorbic Acid ( ) Liquinox TM              (X) Isopropanol                  ( ) Methane                ( ) Carbon Monoxide
( ) Sulfuric Acid         ( ) Acetic Acid   (X) Acetone                  (X) Nitric Acid                  ( ) Pentane                (X) pH Standards
( ) Sodium Hydroxide      ( ) Other:        ( ) Methanol                 ( ) Other:                       ( ) Hyrogen                (X) Conductivity Std
                                            ( ) Mineral Spirits                                           ( ) Propane                (X) Other: 5 Gas Std

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  CDM Health and Safety Program                                                 use of CDM and its subcontractors                   PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-021-00671
  EMERGENCY CONTACTS                                                                                        EMERGENCY CONTACTS                         NAME                 PHONE
  Water Supply        N/A                                                                                   Health and Safety Manager           Sean Oliveira         720/ 264 - 1153
  EPA Release Report #:                                      800 / 424 - 8802                               Site Safety Coordinator             Jessica Beattie          732/ 225 - 7000
  CDM 24-Hour Emergency #:                                   FSG 406 / 293 - 1547                           Client Contact                      Alison Devine            212/ 637 - 4158
  Facility Management                                        N/A                                            Other (specify)                     Brendan MacDonald        787/ 722 - 5410
  Other (specify)                                                                                           Environmental Agency                EPA - Alison Devine, see above
  CHEMTREC Emergency #:                                      800 / 424 - 9300                               State Spill Number                  New Jersey          (877) Warn-DEP
                                                                                                            Fire Department                                                    911
  CONTINGENCY PLANS:                                         Summarize below                                Police Department                                                  911
                                                                                                            State Police                                                       911
  If CDM work team observes hazards for which they have not prepared, they                                  Health Department
  will withdraw from the area and call the CDM Site Project Manager.                                        Poison Control Center               Nationwide               800 / 222 - 1222
                                                                                                            Occupational Physician              Dr. Jerry Berke          800 / 350 - 4511
  Site Health & Safety Officer (SHSO) will designate evacuation routes. Teams will
  cease work if they see lighting or thunder storms in their area.                                          MEDICAL EMERGENCY                                               PHONE
                                                                                                            Hospital Name:          West Huson Hospital - St. Barnabas
  CDM may rely on instruments operated by subcontractor personnel only upon SHSO                            Hospital Address        206 Bergen Ave, Jersey City, NJ
  approval. If subcontractor directs a higher level of protection than this plan does,                      Name of Contact at Hospital:        201/ 955 - 7000
  they may wear that level. CDM personnel may choose to wear more protection                                Name of 24-Hour Ambulance:
  than directed by this plan.                                                                               Route to Hospital:


  Contractor will be expected to inspect its equipment and certify their suitability for the
  project to the CDM site health and safety coordinator.

                                                                                                            Headsouthwest on Bergen Ave/Co Road 607 toward Morton Place. Hospital
                                                                                                            is on the left hand side.

  HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN APPROVALS (H&S Mgr must sign each plan)

  Prepared by         Dante Porzilli                                                Date        12/6/2010
  HSC Signature                                                                     Date
                                                                                           Dec 09, 2010
                          E-Signed by Shawn Oliv eira

  HSM Signature        VERIFY authentic ity with ApproveIt
                                                                                    Date                    Distance to Hospital                 0.3 mile




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  HOSPITAL ROUTE MAP:




                                                                            SITE




                                  HOSPITAL




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          TOPICS                                                                             HEAT STRESS MONITORING
          Site background, contaminant levels and exposure symptoms
          PPE requirements for today                                                         If a field member shows signs of heat stress (dizziness severe
          Buddy System and communication plan                                                sweating, chills, apnea), work should be stopped immediately and
          Emergency Response                                                                 medical attention should be ensued for the field member. All field
          Daily tasks and associated risks; Hazard control                                   members should drink water periodically and take breaks in a
          Engineering Controls to address site related activities                            shaded or air conditioned area when feeling initial signs of cold
          Injury and incident reporting                                                      stress.
          Cold Stress (weather forecast/conditions)

          TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
          All staff shall review the HASP
          HAZWOPER 40-hour - all on-site staff
          8-hour refresher - all on-site staff
          Supervisor HAZWOPER training (H&S Coordinator)
          10- hour OSHA construction training (if appropriate)
          Fit testing
          1 onsite person must have CPR/First Aid Training
          Certificates will be kept on-site

          MEDICAL MONITORING
          Medical monitoring for field staff are as per OSHA
          standards 29 CFR 1910.120 (f) and 29 CFR 1926.65 (f). All
          on-site staff will be cleared by the WOHA physician (Dr.

                                                                                             EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
                                                                                             Fire extinguisher (type ABC)
                                                                                             16- unit first aid kit
                                                                                             Eyewash

                                                                                             All equipment will be located either in the site vehicle or in the
                                                                                             work zone.




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          ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

          SHSO: Ms. Melissa Koberle is responsible for ensuring that the protocols               Subcontractor: A New Jersey-licensed driller and
          specified in the HASP are followed during the field activities. The SHSO will          sampling company, will provide the drilling technical
          also ensure that current copies of certificates, the HASP, and the CDM Health          services and is responsible for inspecting and certifying
          and Safety Manual are maintained at the Site. She is responsible for upgrade of        the safety of their equipment on a daily basis.
          respiratory protection.

                                                                                            Geologist: Ms. Tonya Bennett, will be responsible for
          Project Manager: Brendan MacDonald will assist Ms. Tonya Bennett the field        observing stratigraphy of drilling material;
          team leader, in implementing and coordinating the field investigation activities. documentation of work performed and oversight of
                                                                                            driller and drilling activities and air monitoring
                                                                                            activities.

          FTL: Ms. Tonya Bennett will be responsible for ensuring that all field tasks are       Scientists: Ms. Melissa Koberle, will assist in the
          conducted in strict compliance with the QAPP. All field personnel will report          collection, preservation, and shipping of samples. She is
          directly to the FTL on all matters relating to the field investigation. The FTL will   responsible for generating the Forms II Lite sampling
          also be responsible for sampling activities and reports to the Site project            paperwork and maintenance of chain of custody
          manager.                                                                               procedures. She will also be documenting sampling
                                                                                                 activities and communicating the chain of custodies to
                                                                                                 the laboratory, EPA Regional Sampling Control
                                                                                                 Coordinator (EPA RSCC) (Mr. Michael Adly) and
          Project HSM: Mr. Shawn Oliveira, will be responsible for the review of the             Sample Management Office (SMO) contact and the CDM
          project-specific Health and Safety Plan (HASP) that governs the field activities       CLP Coordinator (Mr. Scott Kirchner or Ms. Vanessa
          outlined in this Plan.                                                                 Macwan.




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                               HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN SIGNATURE FORM

 CDM Health and Safety Plan
 All site personnel must sign this form indicating receipt of the H&SP. Keep this original on site. It becomes part of the
 permanent project files. Send a copy to the Health and Safety Manager (HSM).

                                                                        Thomas Jackson Estates Site
          SITE NAME/NUMBER:
                                                                         Region 2 / Jersey City, NJ
          DIVISION/LOCATION:

 CERTIFICATION:

 I understand, and agree to comply with, the provisions of the above referenced H&SP for work activities on this project. I
 agree to report any injuries, illnesses or exposure incidents to the site Health and Safety Coordinator (SHSC). I agree to
 inform the SHSC about any drugs (legal and illegal) that I take within three days of site work.


             PRINTED NAME                                         SIGNATURE                                    DATE




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  Fort Miller Pulp and Paper

   Fort Edward, New York

Health and Safety Plan (HASP)
Acronyms
CDM        Camp Dresser & McKee
CLP        Contract Laboratory Program
CPR        cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CRZ        Contamination Reduction Zone
ESA        Environmental Site Assessment
eV         electron volts
EZ         Exclusion Zone
ft         feet
FTL        field team leader
HSM        Health and Safety Manager
HASP       Health and Safety Plan
HAZWOPER   Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
HSO        Health and Safety Officer
LEL        lower explosive limit
NYSDEC     New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
O2         oxygen
OSHA       Occupational Safety and Health Administration
PCB        polychlorinated biphenyl
PID        photoionization detector
PPE        personal protective equipment
ppm        parts per million
REC        recognized environmental condition
RSCC       Regional Sample Control Center
SHSO       Site Health and Safety Officer
SZ         Support Zone
TBA        Targeted Brownfield Assessment
USEPA      United States Environmental Protection Agency
USTs       underground storage tanks
WOHA       Washington Occupational Health Associates, Inc.
XRF        x-ray fluorescence
HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                              This document is for the exclusive                       CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                            use of CDM and its subcontractors                        PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-019-00682
PROJECT NAME            Fort Miller Pulp & Paper Site                PROJECT#           021-SION-0200             REGION         2

SITE ADDRESS            Fort Miller Road                             CLIENT ORGANIZATION                            U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
                        Fort Edward, New York                        CLIENT CONTACT                                             Alison Devine
                                                                     CLIENT CONTACT PHONE #                                     212/637-4158
( X) AMENDMENT TO EXISTING APPROVED H&SP?
( NA) H&SP AMENDMENT NUMBER?                         Site-specific   ( ) DATE OF PREVIOUS H&SP APPROVAL                      Generic TBA HASP October 2007
OBJECTIVES OF FIELD WORK:                                      SITE TYPE:           Check as many as applicable


                                                               Active                   (X)        Landfill            ( )       Unknown           (X)
(1) Geophysical survey to investigate the presence of          Inactive                 (X)        Uncontrolled        (X)       Military          ( )
underground storage tanks (USTs), buried utilities, buried
foundations and demolition debris. Site Reconnaissance to      Secure                   ( )        Industrial          ( )       Other (specify)
mark out sampling locations.
                                                               Unsecure                 (X)        Recovery            ( )       Residential       ( )
(2)Advancement of soil borings to sample the onsite soils in
the footprint of the former pulp and paper mill. Field         Enclosed space           ( )        Well Field          ( )       Commercial        ( )
screening of samples via x-ray fluorescence (XRF) and
photoionization detector (PID).                                All requirements described in the CDM Health and Safety Manual are incorporated in this health and
(3) Collection of groundwater samples                          safety plan by reference.

PERSONNEL AND RESPONSIBILITIES                                      Company /             Current Training                Project or Site                 Tasks
      NAMES OF WORK CREW MEMBERS                                 Division / Office          & Medical?                   Responsibilities                On Site?
      Brendan MacDonald                                                   CDM                        Yes          Site Manager                              1
      Melissa Koberle                                                     CDM                        Yes          Task Manager                            1, 2, 3
      Dante Porzilli                                                      CDM                        Yes          Field Team Leader                       1, 2, 3
      Tonya Bennett                                                       CDM                        Yes          Field Geologist                         1, 2, 3

BACKGROUND REVIEW:                        (X) Complete    () Incomplete




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    SITE MAP: Show Exclusion, Contamination Reduction, and Support Zones. Indicate Evacuation and Reassembly Points



                                                                                                          Boring Locations
                                                                                                          Surface Soil Locations


                                                                                                            Exclusion Zone

                                                                                                            Contamination
                                                                                                            Reduction Zone
                                                                                                             Support Zone




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         HISTORY:            Summarize conditions that relate to hazard. Include citizen complaints, spills, previous investigations or agency actions, known injuries, etc.
         History of the subject property dates back to the late 1800s. Former uses of the site include a grist mill, and a paper mill. In 1956 the site became owned by
         Fort Miller Pulp and Paper Company. From 1956 to1984, the facilities processed blue denim and cotton rags into an intermediate product that was then used
         to make insulation paper for electrical components. The process generated approximately 3,000 pounds of sludge each week. For 16 years during its
         operation, sludge from the paper mill was dumped into the Hudson River. However, new waste disposal restrictions were imposed and in 1972 the company
         built three lagoons on a 15-acre property one mile east of the mill for off-site disposal. In 1977-1978, a survey of New York State paper mills was conducted
         by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) Bureau of Industrial Wastes. The Fort Miller Pulp and Paper Company
         sludge was tested and found to contain chromium, copper, lead and zinc. In 1989 the Fort Miller Pulp and Paper Facililites were demolished. Additional
         points of environmental concern include the following: (a) According to historic Sanborn Maps, between 1924 and 1932 a fire left the facility’s eastern wing
         in ruins, destroying a pump room, engine room, and two storage rooms; (b) Records indicate that hazardous materials and other materials that pose potential
         environmental risks were stored and used on site; (c) The site is situated along a historically contaminated section of the Hudson River known as the
         "Hudson River PCBs Superfund Site." 76,515 gallons of water containing the River were used each day in plant processing; (d) During demolition of the site
         unidentified empty barrels/containers were reported scattered around the site and partially buried by fill; and (e) Sediments in the offsite lagoon area were
         analyzed and reported to contain polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) contamination.
         WASTE TYPES:            (X) Liquid     (X ) Solid      () Sludge    () Gas    (X) Unknown        () Other, specify:
         WASTE CHARACTERISTICS:                              Check as many as applicable.     WORK ZONES:

          ( ) Corrosive          ( ) Flammable        ( ) Radioactive                         The exclusion zone (EZ) will include all points within 10 feet of the
          (X) Toxic              (X) Volatile         ( ) Reactive                                                              l    location. The contamination reduction
                                                                                              investigation activities or a sampling l          h                   d
                                                                                              zone (CRZ) will consist of a ten foot annulus outside of the EZ. The support
          ( ) Inert Gas          (X) Unknown                                                  zone (SZ) will be a 10 foot annulus outside of the CRZ. All zones are mobile
          (X) Other:             Metals                                                       and will be established and moved as work crew moves.

         HAZARDS OF CONCERN:                                 Check as many as applicable.     FACILITY'S PAST AND PRESENT DISPOSAL METHODS
                                                                                              AND PRACTICES:
          ( ) Heat Stress         CDM Guideline ( ) Noise                   CDM Guideline
                                                                                      Between 1956 and 1984, the Fort Miller Pulp and Paper facilities processed
          (X) Cold Stress         CDM Guideline (X) Inorganic Chemicals
                                                                                      blue denim and cotton rags into an intermediate product that was then used
          ( ) Explosive/Flammable                   (X) Organic Chemicals
                                                                                      to make insulation paper for electrical components. The process generated
          ( ) Oxygen Deficient                      (X) Motorized Traffic             approximately 3,000 to 4,645 pounds of sludge each week. For 16 years
          ( ) Radiological                          (X) Heavy Machinery               during its operation, sludge from the paper mill was dumped into the
          (X) Biological                            (X) Slips & Falls   CDM Guideline Hudson River. However, new waste disposal restrictions were imposed and
                                                                                      in 1972 the company built three lagoons on a 15-acre property one mile east of
          (X) Other:         Wooded Area
                                                                                      the mill for offsite disposal. Currently the site is inactive and there is no
                                                                                      disposal on site.

         This plan incorporates CDM's procedure for:
                                                     Traffic and Work Zone Safety              Tools and Power Equipment                      Working Safely Around Geoprobes
           Manual Material Handling                                                            Working Around Heavy Equipment                     Hazardous Waste Site Controls
           Housekeeping                                                                                                                         Working Safely Around Drill Rigs
                                                                                                                                                          Direct Push Technology
                                                                                               Hazardous Waste Site Decontamination

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CDM Health and Safety Program                                             use of CDM and its subcontractors PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-019-00682
DESCRIPTION AND FEATURES:                             Include principal operations and unusual features (containers, buildings, dikes, power lines, hillslopes, rivers, etc.)


The subject property, comprising 6.7 acres, is located on Fort Miller Road in Fort Edward, Washington County, New York, situated on the southern tip of Galusha
Island in the Hudson River. The subject property is bound by the Hudson River to the west and south, residential areas to the north, and a firehouse to the east. The
subject property (parcel number 203-3-3) is zoned R-2 Residential Medium Density and classified as vacant land. The property previously housed the Fort Miller Pulp
and Paper Company facility. Most of the structures associated with the former mill have been demolished and the subject property is currently improved with a fence to
limit access to the building remnants on the western side of the property. Remnants include several foundations and building remnants, and a platform extending out
over the Hudson River which contains seven vaults that were previously used for hydropower equipment associated with a pre-existing dam. The remainder of the
subject property is known as Mill Park Field, and is currently used as public recreational space. The Mill Park Field section of the site houses a one-story wood frame
structure with garage doors and a ten-foot ceiling. A comparison of historic Sanborn Maps and current aerial photos suggests that the building may be Warehouse #8
that was previously utilized by the Fort Miller Pulp and Paper Company.

SURROUNDING POPULATION:                               (X) Residential     ( ) Industrial ( ) Commercial (X ) Rural          ( ) Urban     OTHER:
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SUMMARY:                                    Highlight or bold waste types and estimate amounts by category.
CHEMICALS:               SOLIDS:                      SLUDGES:                        SOLVENTS:                        OILS:                            OTHER:
A    t/U it
Amount/Units:            A
                         Amount/Units:
                              t/U it                  A    t/U it
                                                      Amount/Units:                   A
                                                                                      Amount/Units:
                                                                                           t/U it                      Amount/Units:
                                                                                                                       A     t/U it                     Amount/Units:
                                                                                                                                                        A    t/U it

Acids                    Flyash                       Paints                          Ketones                          Oily Wastes                      Laboratory

Pickling Liquors         Mill or Mine Tailings        Pigments                        Aromatics                        Gasoline                         Pharmaceutical

Caustics                 Asbestos                     Metals Sludges                  Hydrocarbons                     Diesel Oil                       Hospital

Pesticides               Ferrous Smelter              POTW Sludge                     Alcohols                         Lubricants                       Radiological

                                                                                      Halogenated (chloro,
Dyes or Inks             Non-Ferrous Smelter          Distillation Bottoms                                             Polynuclear Aromatics            Municipal
                                                                                      bromo)

Cyanides                 Metals                       Aluminum                        Esters                           PCBs                             Construction

Phenols                  Dioxins                                                      Ethers                           Heating Oil                      Munitions

Halogens

Other - specify          Other - specify              Other - specify                 Other - specify                  Other - specify                  Other - specify




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                                                HIGHEST               PEL/TLV            IDLH                                                   PHOTO
                 KNOWN                         OBSERVED           ppm or mg/m3        ppm or mg/m3         SYMPTOMS & EFFECTS                 IONIZATION
            CONTAMINANTS                    CONCENTRATION              (specify)        (specify)           OF ACUTE EXPOSURE             POTENTIAL (eV)
            Aluminum (dust)         SL          2,000 ppm              5 mg/m3             NE        Coughing, spitting, pulmonary fibrosis         Dust
          Chromium compounds        SL          10,000 ppb            500 µg/m3        250 mg/m3     lung damage, skin sensitization                Dust
              Copper (dust)         SL           180 ppm               1 mg/m3             NE        nasal perforation, metal taste                 Dust
             Cyanides (skin)        SL            50 ppm               5 mg/m3          25 mg/m3     breath                                         Dust
            Lead compounds          SL           71 mg/kg              50 µg/m3        100 mg/m3     fatigue, pallor, colic, insomnia               Dust
                  (skin)            SL            400 ppb              25 µg/m3         10 mg/m3     weakness, GI irritation, fatigue               10.4
         Pentachlorophenol (skin)   SL         190,000 ppb            500 µg/m3        2.5 mg/m3     weakness, sweating, sneezing                    NA
              Phenol (skin)         SL            42 ppm                5 ppm           250 ppm      aches, dark urine                               8.5
               Silver (dust)        SL          40,000 ppb            100 µg/m3         10 mg/m3     irritation                                     Dust
             Thallium (skin)        SL         500,000 ppb            100 µg/m3         15 mg/m3     nausea, diarrhea, stomach pain                  NA
               Zinc (dusts)         SL            60 ppm               2 mg/m3             NE        tight chest, chills                            Dust
              (PCBs - skin)         S/OFF         438 ppb             500 µg/m3          5 mg/m3     irritated eyes, chloracne                      Mist




         NA = Not Available                   NE = None Established                 U = Unknown Verify your access to an MSDS for each chemical
                                                                                                     you will use at the site.




         PEL = permissible exposure level                      TLV = threshold limit value           GI = gastrointestinal
         ppb = parts per billion                               IDLH = Imminent Danger to Life and Health
         mg/m3 = milligram per meters cubed                    mg/kg = milligram per kilogram        µg/m3 = microgram per meters cubed D = Drums
         ppm = parts per million                               SW = Surface Water                    GW = Ground Water                  L = Lagoons
         S = Soil                                              T = Tailings                          TK = Tanks                         SD = Sediment
         A = Air                                               SL = Sludge                           W = Waste                          OFF = Off-Site



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                                                                     Disturbing the                                                                      HAZARD &
                    SPECIFIC TASK DESCRIPTIONS                                                         TASK - SPECIFIC HAZARDS
                                                                        Waste?                                                                           SCHEDULE
         1                                                                                                                                               Low Hazard

                                                                                         Hazards include cold stress, slips trips and falls,
             Geophysical Survey/Site Reconnaissance                  Non­intrusive motorized traffic, and biological hazards such as insects            February- March
                                                                                         and poison plants.                                                  2011



         2                                                                                                                                               Low Hazard
                                                                                          A subsurface soil investigation will be conducted to
                                                                                         assess any recognized environmental conditions (RECs)
             Advancement of Soil Borings, Soil Sampling with Drill                       release to the environment. Hazards include cold stress,
             Rig
                                                                         Intrusive       slips trip and falls, motorized traffic, noise, working        February- March
                                                                                         around heavy machinery and possible exposure to                     2011
                                                                                         contaminated media and preservatives.

         3                                                                                                                                               Low Hazard
                                                                                         Groundwater investigation will be conducted to assess
                                                                                         any RECs release to the environment. Hazards include
             Groundwater Sampling with Drill Rig                         Intrusive       cold stress, slips trip and falls, motorized traffic, noise,   February- March
                                                                                         working around heavy machinery and possible                         2011
                                                                                         exposure to contaminated media and preservatives.


         4




         5



         SPECIALIZED TRAINING REQUIRED:                                                  SPECIAL MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE REQUIREMENTS:


         40 hour OSHA Training and 8 hour OSHA Refresher Training                        Annual Medical Surveillance


         OVERALL HAZARD EVALUATION:                                  ( ) High   ( ) Medium   (X) Low     ( ) Unknown
                                   Main hazards of concern are slips trips and falls, working around heavy machinery, cold stress, and biological hazards such as
         JUSTIFICATION:
                                   insects and poison plants.
         FIRE/EXPLOSION POTENTIAL:                                   ( ) High   ( ) Medium   (X) Low     ( ) Unknown


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CDM Health and Safety Program                                                                   use of CDM and its subcontractors                                                               PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-019-00682
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:                                               Specify by task. Indicate type and/or material, as necessary. Group tasks if possible. Use copies of this sheet if needed.
BLOCK A                                  Respiratory: (X) Not Needed              Prot. Clothing: (X) Not Needed                   BLOCK B                                   Respiratory: (X) Not Needed        Prot. Clothing: ( ) Not Needed
                                         (   ) SCBA, Airline:                     (   ) Encapsulated Suit:                                                                   (   ) SCBA, Airline:         ( ) Encapsulated Suit:
                                         (   ) APR:                               (   ) Splash Suit                                                                          (   ) APR:                   ( ) Splash Suit
                                         (   ) Cartridge:                         (   ) Apron:                                                                               (   ) Cartridge:             ( ) Apron:
                                         (   ) Escape Mask:                       (   ) Tyvek Coverall or                                                                    (   ) Escape Mask:           ( ) Tyvek Coverall or
                     ( ) Contingency




                                                                                                                                                        ( ) Contingency
                                         (   ) Other:                             (   ) Saranex Coverall                                                                     (   ) Other:                 ( ) Saranex Coverall
                                                                                  (   ) Cloth Coverall:                                                                                                   (X) Cloth Coverall: OR
                                         Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed             (   ) Other:                                                                               Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed (X) Other: Work Clothes
                                         (X) Safety Glasses:                                                                                                                 (X) Safety Glasses:
                                         ( ) Face Shield:                         Gloves: ( ) Not needed                                                                     ( ) Face Shield:             Gloves: ( ) Not needed
   LEVEL: D - Modified




                                                                                                                                      LEVEL: D - Modified
                                         ( ) Goggles:                             ( ) Undergloves:                                                                           ( ) Goggles:                 (X) Undergloves:
                                         (X) Hard Hat:    If overhead             (X) Gloves: Cloth                                                                          (X) Hard Hat:                ( ) Gloves:




                                                                                                                                      TASKS: 2 & 3
      (√) Primary




                                                                                                                                         (√) Primary
                                         ( ) Other:       hazards exist           ( ) Overgloves:                                                                            ( ) Other:                         ( ) Overgloves:
   TASK: 1




                                         Boots: ( ) Not needed                    Other: specify below                                                                       Boots: ( ) Not needed        Other: specify below
                                         (X) Steel-Toe     (X) Steel Shank        ( ) Tick Spray                                                                             (X) Steel-Toe (X) Steel Shank( ) Tick Spray




                                                                                                                                      T
   T




                                                                                                                                      L
   L




                                         ( ) Rubber         ( ) Leather           ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water                                                         ( ) Rubber     ( ) Leather         ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water
                                         ( ) Overboots:                           ( ) Hearing Protection                                                                     ( ) Overboots:                     (X) Hearing Protection
                                                                                  (X) Sun Screen                                                                                                                (X) Sun Screen
BLOCK C                                  Respiratory: (√ ) Not needed             Prot. Clothing: (√ ) Not needed                  BLOCK D                                   Respiratory: ( ) Not needed        Prot. Clothing: ( ) Not needed
                                         ( ) SCBA, Airline:                       ( ) Encapsulated Suit:                                                                     ( ) SCBA, Airline:                 ( ) Encapsulated Suit:
                                         ( ) APR:                                 ( ) Splash Suit                                                                            ( )APR:                            ( ) Splash Suit
                                         ( ) Cartridge:                           ( ) Apron:                                                                                                                    ( ) Apron:
                                         ( ) Escape Mask:                         ( ) Tyvek Coverall or                                                                      ( ) Cartridge:                     ( )Tyvek Coverall or




                                                                                                                                                           ( ) Contingency
                       (√) Contingency




                                         ( ) Other:                               ( ) Saranex Coverall                                                                       ( ) Escape Mask:                   ( ) Saranex Coverall
                                                                                  ( ) Cloth Coverall:                                                                        ( ) Other:                         ( ) Cloth Coverall:
                                         Head and Eye: ( ) Not needed             ( ) Other:                                                                                                                    ( ) Other:
                                         ( ) Safety Glasses:                                                                                                                 Head and Eye:( √ )Not needed
                                         ( ) Face Shield:                         Gloves: ( ) Not needed                                                                     ( ) Safety Glasses:                Gloves: ( ) Not needed
                                         ( ) Goggles:                             ( ) Undergloves:                                                                           ( ) Face Shield:                   ( )Undergloves:
  TASKS: 1,2, & 3




                                         ( ) Hard Hat                             ( ) Gloves: Latex                                                                          ( ) Goggles:                       ( )Gloves:
                                                                                                                                         ( ) Primary
     ( ) Primary
  LEVEL: Exit




                                         ( ) Other:                               ( ) Overgloves:                                                                            ( ) Hard Hat:                      ( )Overgloves:
                                                                                                                                      TASKS: NA
                                                                                                                                      LEVEL: C




                                                                                                                                                                             ( ) Other:
                                                          Other: specify below
                                         Boots: ( ) Not needed                                                                                                                                                  Other: specify below
                                         ( ) Steel-Toe    ( ) Tick Spray
                                                            ( ) Steel Shank                                                                                                  Boots: ( ) Not needed              ( ) Tick Spray
                                         ( ) Rubber       ( ) Flotation Device If Over Water
                                                            ( ) Leather                                                                                                      ( ) Steel-Toe    ( ) Steel Shank   ( ) Float. Device If Over Water
                                         ( ) Overboots:   ( ) Heating Protection                                                                                             ( ) Rubber       ( ) Leather       ( ) Heating Protection
                                                          ( ) Sun Screen                                                                                                     ( ) Overboots:                     ( ) Sun Screen
This health and safety plan form constitutes hazard analysis per 29 CFR 1910.132

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 HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                         This document is for the exclusive                   CDM Federal
 CDM Health and Safety Program                                       use of CDM and its subcontractors                    PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-019-00682
 MONITORING EQUIPMENT:                 Specify by task. Indicate type as necessary. Attach additional sheets if needed.
 INSTRUMENT         TASK               ACTION GUIDELINES                                                                  COMMENTS

 Combustible                           0-10% LEL                  No explosion hazard                                                       ( ) Not Needed
 Gas Indicator      2, 3               10-25% LEL                 Potential explosion hazard; notify SHSC
                                       >25% LEL                   Explosion hazard; interrupt task/evacuate
                                        21.0% O2                  Oxygen normal
                                       <21.0% O2                  Oxygen deficient; notify SHSC
                                       <19.5% O2                  Interrupt task/evacuate
 Radiation                             3 x Background:                                                                                      (X) Not Needed
 Survey Meter                          >2mR/hr:
 Photoionization    Specify:           above background                                                                                     () Not Needed
 Detector                              0-5 ppm:                   Proceed with caution
 11.7 eV Lamp       2, 3               5-50 ppm:                  Stop
 Type Rae Systems MiniRae 2000         >50 ppm                    Evacuate Site
 Flame Ionization   Specify:                                                                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Detector
 Type____________
 Single Gas         Specify:                                                                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Type____________
 Type____________
 Respirable         Specify:                                                                                                                (X) Not Needed
 Dust Monitor
 Type____________
 Type____________
 Other              Specify:                                                                                                                () Not Needed
                                  If team notices unusual odors or irritation of the eye or throat, they will
 Type____________   1, 2,& 3     leave the area.
 Type____________
 Other              Specify:                                                                                                                () Not Needed
                                  If team observes visible concentrations of airborne dust or dry, windy
 Type____________   1, 2,& 3
                                 conditions that dust, team will leave area.
 Type____________




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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                      This document is for the exclusive                   CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                                    use of CDM and its subcontractors          PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-019-00682
DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES
               ATTACH SITE MAP INDICATING EXCLUSION, DECONTAMINATION, & SUPPORT ZONES AS PAGE TWO
Personnel Decontamination                         Sampling Equipment Decontamination                        Heavy Equipment Decontamination


CDM team will wear protective gloves            Sampling equipment will be decontaminated by:               Decontaminate Drill Rig auger at each well/borehole
during subsurface sampling events.              1. Wash and scrub with low phosphate detergent              location using an alconox rinse and brush.
Team members will remove their protective       2. Potable tap water rinse*
clothing in the following order:                3. Deionized water rinse                                    CDM will require heavy equipment contractors to
                                                4. Isopropanol rinse (pesticide grade or better) when       decontaminate their equipment before it leaves the site.
1. Equipment drop.                              sampling for organics SOIL ONLY
2. Glove removal                                5. Thorough rinse with 10% Nitric rinse (for metals)
3. Hand and face wash.                          SOIL ONLY
                                                6. Air dry
* SHSC in conjuction with H&S Manager have      7. Wrap in aluminum foil for transport SOIL ONLY
authorization to upgrade or downgrade level of  *Potable water must be from a municipal water
H&S PPE.                                        treament supply system
                                                Pthalate-free gloves must be worn when using
                                                solvents
                                                Water quality measurment probes and water level
                                                indicators must be rinsed with deionized water
                                 ( ) Not Needed between uses.                                                                                             ( ) Not Needed
                                                                                           ( ) Not Needed
Containment and Disposal Method                   Containment and Disposal Method                           Containment and Disposal Method




All disposable PPE will be containerized and      Water rinses from decontamination procedures will be
                                                                                                            Soil Cuttings will be placed back down the borehole
disposed of off site.                             containerized in 55-gallon drums.



HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TO BE BROUGHT ONSITE
                 Preservatives                                Decontamination                                                   Calibration
                                                          TM
(X) Hydrochloric Acid ( ) Zinc Acetate      (X) Alconox                 ( ) Hexane                          (X) 100 ppm isobutylene ( ) Hydrogen Sulfide
(X) Nitric Acid           ( ) Ascorbic Acid ( ) Liquinox TM             (X) Isopropanol                     ( ) Methane               ( ) Carbon Monoxide
( ) Sulfuric Acid         ( ) Acetic Acid   ( ) Acetone                 (X) Nitric Acid                     ( ) Pentane               (X) pH Standards
( ) Sodium Hydroxide      ( ) Other:        ( ) Methanol                ( ) Other:                          ( ) Hyrogen               (X) Conductivity Std
                                            ( ) Mineral Spirits                                             ( ) Propane               (X) Other: 5 Gas Std

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HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                                                       This document is for the exclusive                     CDM Federal
CDM Health and Safety Program                                                 use of CDM and its subcontractors                          PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-019-00682
EMERGENCY CONTACTS                                                                                               EMERGENCY CONTACTS                        NAME                  PHONE
Water Supply        N/A                                                                                          Health and Safety Manager         Sean Oliveira           720/ 264 - 1153
EPA Release Report #:                                      800 / 424 - 8802                                      Site Safety Coordinator           Melissa Koberle            732/ 225 - 7000
CDM 24-Hour Emergency #:                                   FSG 406 / 293 - 1547                                  Client Contact                    Alison Devine               212/637-4158
Facility Management                                        N/A                                                   Other (specify)
Other (specify)                                                                                                  Environmental Agency              EPA - Alison Devine, see above
CHEMTREC Emergency #:                                      800 / 424 - 9300                                      State Spill Number                New York             (800) 457 - 7362
CONTINGENCY PLANS:                                         Summarize below                                       Fire Department                                                    911
                                                                                                                 Police Department                                                  911
If CDM work team observes hazards for which they have not prepared, they                                         State Police                                                       911
will withdraw from the area and call the CDM Site Project Manager.                                               Health Department                 Washington County           518/ 746-2400
                                                                                                                 Poison Control Center             Nationwide                 800 / 222 - 1222
Site Health & Safety Officer (SHSO) will designate evacuation routes. Teams will                                 Occupational Physician            Dr. Jerry Berke            800 / 350 - 4511
cease work if they see lighting or thunder storms in their area.
                                                                                                                 MEDICAL EMERGENCY                                               PHONE
CDM may rely on instruments operated by subcontractor personnel only upon SHSO                                   Hospital Name:          Glens Falls Hospital
approval. If subcontractor directs a higher level of protection than this plan does,                             Hospital Address        100 Park Street, Glen Falls, NY
they may wear that level. CDM personnel may choose to wear more protection                                       Name of Contact at Hospital:      518/ 926 - 1000
than directed by this plan.                                                                                      Route to Hospital:
                                                                                                                 1) NORTHWEST on FORT MILLER ROAD toward Lock Road
Contractor will be expected to inspect its equipment and certify their suitability for the                       2) turn RIGHT at LOCK ROAD
project to the CDM site health and safety coordinator.                                                           3) take FIRST LEFT to stay on LOCK ROAD
                                                                                                                 4) take FIRST LEFT onto US-4 EAST
                                                                                                                 5) LEFT at BRIDGE ST/NY-197 WEST
                                                                                                                 Continue on NY-197 West
                                                                                                                 6) THIRD RIGHT onto County Road 28/FORT EDWARD ROAD
                                                                                                                 Continue on Co Road 28
HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN APPROVALS (H&S Mgr must sign each plan)                                                   7) Continue onto MAIN ST/NY-32 NORTH/US-9 NORTH
                                                                                                                 Continue on NY-32/US-9 N
Prepared by         Dante Porzilli                                                Date              12/16/2010   8) LEFT at HUDSON AVE
HSC Signature                                                                     Date                           Hospital will be on Left
                                                                                             Dec 21, 2010
                        E-Signed by Shawn Oliv eira

HSM Signature        VERIFY authentic ity with ApproveIt
                                                                                  Date                           Distance to Hospital                      14 miles




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  HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM     This document is for the exclusive   CDM Federal
  CDM Health and Safety Program   use of CDM and its subcontractors    PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-019-00682
  HOSPITAL ROUTE MAP:




                                                                                            SITE




    HOSPITAL




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          HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM                               This document is for the exclusive        CDM Federal
          CDM Health and Safety Program                             use of CDM and its subcontractors PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-019-00682

          TOPICS                                                                         COLD STRESS MONITORING
          Site background, contaminant levels and exposure symptoms
          PPE requirements for today                                                     If a field member shows signs of cold stress
          Buddy System and communication plan                                            (hypothermia: shivering, teeth chattering, fumbling
          Emergency Response                                                             hands, slurred speech, and loss of coordination; frost
          Daily tasks and associated risks; Hazard control                               bite: body parts becoming white, firm, cold to the
          Engineering Controls to address site related activities                        touch, and may feel waxy) work should be stopped
          Injury and incident reporting                                                  immediately and medical attention should be ensued
          Cold Stress (weather forecast/conditions)                                      for the field member. All field members should drink
                                                                                         water periodically and take breaks in a heated area
          TRAINING REQUIREMENTS                                                          when feeling initial signs of cold stress.
          All staff shall review the HASP
          HAZWOPER 40-hour - all on-site staff
          8-hour refresher - all on-site staff
          Supervisor HAZWOPER training (H&S Coordinator)
          10- hour OSHA construction training (if appropriate)
          Fit testing
          1 onsite personnel must have CPR/First Aid Training
          Certificates will be kept on-site

          MEDICAL MONITORING
          Medical monitoring for field staff are as per OSHA
          standards 29 CFR 1910.120 (f) and 29 CFR 1926.65 (f).
          All on-site staff will be cleared by the Washington
          Occupational Health Associates, Inc. (WOHA)
          physician (Dr. Burke) for respirator use. Copies of                            EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT
          medical certificates will be kept on-site.                                     Fire extinguisher (type ABC)
                                                                                         16- unit first aid kit
                                                                                         Eyewash

                                                                                         All equipment will be located either in the site vehicle or
                                                                                         in the work zone.




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          HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN FORM document is for the exclusive CDM Federal
                                     This
          CDM Health and Safety Program                  use of CDM and its subcontractors PROJECT DOCUMENT #: 3320-019-00682

          ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

          SHSO: Ms. Melissa Koberle is responsible for ensuring that the protocols
          specified in the HASP are followed during the field activities. The SHSO will
          also ensure that current copies of certificates, the HASP, and the CDM Health
          and Safety Manual are maintained at the Site. She is responsible for upgrade
          of respiratory protection.

                                                                                             Geologist: Ms. Tonya Bennett, will be responsible for
          Project Manager: Brendan MacDonald will assist Mr. Dante Porzilli the field        observing stratigraphy of drilling material;
          team leader (FTL), in implementing and coordinating the field investigation        documentation of work performed and oversight of
          activities.                                                                        driller and drilling activities and air monitoring
                                                                                             activities.

          FTL: Mr. Porzilli will be responsible for ensuring that all field tasks are        Scientists: Mr. Dante Porzilli, will assist in the collection,
          conducted in strict compliance with this HASP. All field personnel will report     preservation, and shipping of samples. They are
          directly to the FTL on all matters relating to the field investigation. The FTL    responsible for generating the Forms II Lite sampling
          will also be responsible for sampling activities and reports to the Site project   paperwork and maintenance of chain of custody
          manager.                                                                           procedures. They will also be documenting sampling
                                                                                             activities and communicating the chain of custodies to
                                                                                             the laboratory, EPA Regional Sampling Control
                                                                                             Coordinator (EPA RSCC) (Mr. Michael Adly) and
          Project HSM: Mr. Shawn Oliveira, will be responsible for the review of the
                                                                                             Sample Management Office (SMO) contact and the
          project-specific HASP that governs the field activities outlined in this HASP.
                                                                                             CDM CLP Coordinator (Mr. Scott Kirchner or Ms.
                                                                                             Vanessa Macwan).




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                               HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN SIGNATURE FORM

 CDM Health and Safety Plan
 All site personnel must sign this form indicating receipt of the HASP. Keep this original on site. It becomes part of the
 permanent project files. Send a copy to the Health and Safety Manager (HSM).

                                                                        Fort Miller Pulp & Paper Site
          SITE NAME/NUMBER:
                                                                        Region 2 /Fort Edward, NY
          DIVISION/LOCATION:

 CERTIFICATION:

 I understand, and agree to comply with, the provisions of the above referenced H&SP for work activities on this project. I
 agree to report any injuries, illnesses or exposure incidents to the site Health and Safety Coordinator (SHSC). I agree to
 inform the SHSC about any drugs (legal and illegal) that I take within three days of site work.


             PRINTED NAME                                         SIGNATURE                                    DATE




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 PART 5

BID SHEET
____________________________                                                             _________________
Company                                                                                 Date


                                         PART 5 - BID SHEET

                                    IFB-3320-000-006-WH
                             Investigation-Derived Waste Services
                 Region 2 Brownfield Initiative Sites – New York & New Jersey


The undersigned declares that the only persons or parties interested in this Bid as principals are as stated;
that the Bid is made without any collusion with other persons, firms, or corporations; that this Invitation
for Bids (IFB) has been carefully examined; that the bidder is informed fully in regard to all conditions
pertaining to the work and the place where it is to be done, and from them, the undersigned makes this
bid. The prices bid shall cover all expenses incurred in performing the work required under the
Subcontract Documents of which this bid sheet is a part, including, but not limited to, costs of the
following:

        Compliance with all health and safety requirements, other Federal, State and local requirements
        as well as all regulations and requirements of the owners of the surrounding public and/or private
        properties.

        All labor, (including overtime) equipment, materials, supplies, taxes, licensing and permit fees,
        overhead, and profit.

All responses shall remain valid for 120 calendar days after the actual date the responses are due. If a
Notice of Award, accompanied by at least three undersigned copies of the Contract and all other
applicable Contract Documents, is delivered to the undersigned within 120 calendar days after the actual
date the bids are opened, the undersigned will, within five working days after the date of receipt of such
notification, execute and return all copies of the Contract and all other applicable Contract Documents.
This shall include proof of insurance and proof of bonding, if applicable.

The undersigned acknowledges receipt of the following amendments:

______________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________

In accordance with the above understanding, the subcontractor proposes to furnish all materials, and
perform and complete the Work in its entirety in the manner and under the conditions required, at the
prices listed on the following pages of this bid sheet.

All extensions of the unit price shown will be subject to verification by CDM Federal Programs
Corporation. In case of variation between the unit price and the extension, the unit price will be
considered.




                                                   BID-1
____________________________                                                    _________________
Company                                                                        Date


                                    PART 5 - BID SHEET

                                 IFB-3320-000-006-WH
                          Investigation-Derived Waste Services
              Region 2 Brownfield Initiative Sites – New York & New Jersey

Fort Edward, NY Sites: Task 1 & Task 2
 Line
 Item                 Description                        Unit   Unit Price   Qty      Extended Price
1. Waste Characterization Sampling and Analysis
                                                     Per
1a      Waste characterization sampling event        event                     2
                                                     Per
1b      Aqueous sample analysis                      sample                    2
                                                     Per
1c       Solid sample analysis (1 sample/10 drums)   sample              2
2. Handling and Disposal of Non-hazardous Waste
         Handling and disposal of non-hazardous     Per
2a       soil cuttings in drums                     Drum                 4
         Handling and disposal of non-hazardous     Per
2b       purge/decon water with acid in drums       Drum                 2
         Handling and disposal of non-hazardous     Per
2c       PPE/plastic in drums                       Drum                 4
         Removal and disposal of pallets of all     Per
2d       drums referenced in 2a through 2c          Pallet              10
3. Optional Work - Handling and Disposal of Hazardous Waste and Empty Drums
         Handling and disposal of hazardous
         purge/decon water with acid in 55-gallon   Per
3a       drums                                      drum                 4
         Handling and disposal of hazardous soil in Per
3b       drums                                      Drum                 2
         Overpack Drums of all drums referenced     Per
3c       in 3a and 3b                               Drum                 6
         Removal and disposal of empty 55-gallon    Per
3d       drums                                      Drum                 2

                                                  Total Base Items 1a through 2d:

                                            Total Optional Work 3a through 3d:

                                                                         TOTAL:




                                                BID-2
____________________________                                                 _________________
Company                                                                      Date


                                 PART 5 - BID SHEET

                                IFB-3320-000-006-WH
                         Investigation-Derived Waste Services
             Region 2 Brownfield Initiative Sites – New York & New Jersey

Jersey City, NJ Sites: Task 4 & Task 5
 Line                                                  Unit
 Item                 Description                 Unit Price     Quantity Extended Price
1. Waste Characterization Sampling and Analysis
         Waste characterization sampling        Per
1a       event                                  event                   2
                                                Per
1b       Aqueous sample analysis                sample                  2
         Solid sample analysis (1 sample/10     Per
1c       drums)                                 sample                  2
2. Handling and Disposal of Non-hazardous Waste
         Handling and disposal of non-          Per
2a       hazardous soil cuttings in drums       Drum                    7
         Handling and disposal of non-
         hazardous purge/decon water with       Per
2b       acid in drums                          Drum                    4
         Handling and disposal of non-          Per
2c       hazardous PPE/plastic in drums         Drum                    9
         Removal and disposal of pallets of all Per
2d       drums referenced in 2a through 2c      Pallet                20
3. Optional Work - Handling and Disposal of Hazardous Waste and Empty Drums
         Handling and disposal of hazardous
         purge/decon water with acid in 55-     Per
3a       gallon drums                           drum                    7
         Handling and disposal of hazardous     Per
3b       soil in drums                          Drum                    4
         Overpack Drums of all drums            Per
3c       referenced in 3a and 3b                Drum                  11
         Removal and disposal of empty 55-      Per
3d       gallon drums                           Drum                    5

                                         Total Option Items 1a through 2d:

                                         Total Option Items 3a through 3d:

                                                                 TOTAL:




                                          BID-3
____________________________                                                         _________________
Company                                                                            Date


                                       PART 5 - BID SHEET

                                   IFB-3320-000-006-WH
                            Investigation-Derived Waste Services
                Region 2 Brownfield Initiative Sites – New York & New Jersey

 Buffalo, NY Site: Task 3
 Line
 Item                     Description              Unit   Unit Price   Qty Extended Price
 1. Waste Characterization Sampling and Analysis
                                                  Per
 1a      Waste characterization sampling event    event                   1
                                                  Per
 1b      Aqueous sample analysis                  sample                  1
         Solid sample analysis (1 sample/10       Per
 1c      drums)                                   sample                  1
 2. Handling and Disposal of Non-hazardous Waste
         Handling and disposal of non-hazardous   Per
 2a      soil cuttings in drums                   Drum                   10
         Handling and disposal of non-hazardous   Per
 2b      purge/decon water with acid in drums     Drum                    5
         Handling and disposal of non-hazardous   Per
 2c      PPE/plastic in drums                     Drum                   11
         Removal and disposal of pallets of all   Per
 2d      drums referenced in 2a through 2c        Pallet                 26
 3. Optional Work - Handling and Disposal of Hazardous Waste and Empty Drums
         Handling and disposal of hazardous
         purge/decon water with acid in 55-gallon Per
 3a      drums                                    drum                   10
         Handling and disposal of hazardous soil  Per
 3b      in drums                                 Drum                    5
         Overpack Drums of all drums referenced   Per
 3c      in 3a and 3b                             Drum                   15
         Removal and disposal of empty 55-gallon Per
 3d      drums                                    Drum                    5

                                                 Total Option Items 1a through 2d:

                                                 Total Option Items 3a through 3d:

                                                                            TOTAL:

All quantities are estimates. Payment will be made based on actual quantities incurred within the ceiling
price of the Subcontract. Bids will be compared on the basis of the Total Amount of Bid. The Total
amount of Bid is defined as the sum of the Total Price Bid for each Item.



                                                 BID-4
____________________________                                                     _________________
Company                                                                         Date


                                     PART 5 - BID SHEET

                                  IFB-3320-000-006-WH
                           Investigation-Derived Waste Services
               Region 2 Brownfield Initiative Sites – New York & New Jersey


The Contractor reserves the right to omit in its entirety any one or more items of this Subcontract
without forfeiture of Subcontractor or claims for loss of anticipated profits or any other claims by
the Subcontractor on account of such omissions.

The names and business addresses of all person and parties interested in the foregoing Bid as
principals are as follows:
(Give first and last names in full).




Notice of acceptance should be mailed, telegraphed, or delivered to the undersigned Bidder at the
following address:



    (Business Address)



    (City, State and Zip Code)



    (Name of Bidder)




                                              BID-5
____________________________                                                  _________________
Company                                                                      Date


                                    PART 5 - BID SHEET

                                  IFB-3320-000-006-WH
                           Investigation-Derived Waste Services
               Region 2 Brownfield Initiative Sites – New York & New Jersey



CONFLICT OF INTEREST (Please complete the following and attach additional
information if required):


I , ______________________ certify that there are no personal or organizational conflicts of
interest or perceived conflicts of interest in the performance of this work.




By:___________________________________________________
            (Signature)             (Title)

   _________________________________________________________
             (Signature)             (Title)




                                             BID-6
              PART 6

REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
                                       Confidential Business Information




                            REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS

Various Federal statutes and regulations require certain representations, certifications, and other
statements from bidders/offerors in connection with the award of subcontracts.

    All bidders/offerors submitting a response to this solicitation must complete Items 1 through 4 and
Item 13.
    Bidders/offerors must complete Items 5 and 6 if applicable to the dollar value of the bid/offer.
    Bidders must complete Items 7 and 8 if the solicitation is an Invitation for Bid (IFB) issued under
sealed bidding procedures.
    Bidders/offerors must complete Items 9 through 12 if required by the solicitation, as indicated by
an "X".

The Following Representations Are Required for All Procurements

1.   Taxpayer Identification (FAR 52.204-3)
2.   Previous Contracts and Compliance Reports (FAR 52.222-22)
3.   Affirmative Action Compliance (FAR 52.222-25)
4.   Representation of Limited Rights Data and Restricted Computer Software (FAR 52.227-15)

The Following Representations Are Required for All Procurements Exceeding $3,000

5.   Small Business Program Representations (FAR 52.219-1)
6.   Historically Black College or University and Minority Institution Representation (FAR 52.226-2)

The Following Representations Are Required for All Sealed Bidding Procurements

7.   Minimum Bid Acceptance Period (FAR 52.214-16)
8.   Equal Low Bids (FAR 52.219-2)

The Following Representations Are Required Only If Indicated

9.  ___ Small Business Concern Representation for the Small Business Competitiveness
    Demonstration Program (FAR 52.219-19) - Applies to solicitations issued pursuant to the Small
    Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program.
10. ___ Small Business Size Representation for Targeted Industry Categories under the Small
    Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program (FAR 52.219-21) - Applies to all solicitations
    issued in each of the targeted industry categories under the Small Business Competitiveness
    Demonstration Program that are expected to result in a subcontract award in excess of $30,000.
11. ___ Small Disadvantaged Business Status (FAR 52.219-22) – Applies to solicitations that include
    the clause at 52.219-23, Notice of Price Evaluation Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged
    Business Concerns, or 52.219-25, Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program-
    Disadvantaged Status and Reporting.
12. ___ Recovered Material Certification (FAR 52.223-4) – Applies to procurements that specify the
    use of EPA-designated products containing recovered materials. Does not apply to A&E services.

Required for All Procurements

13. Certification and Agreement




SO REPSCERT SEP 2010.doc                              1                                   (Rev SEP 2010)
                                        Confidential Business Information


                              REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS

Definitions.
    The terms "offeror" or ―bidder‖ as used herein include the Subcontractor.
    The term "Government‖ includes CDM Federal Programs Corporation.
    The term "offer" includes bid.
    The term ―contract‖ includes subcontract.

The Following Representations Are Required for All Procurements

1. TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION (FAR 52.204-3) (OCT 1998) (Modified)

    (a) Definitions.

          "Common parent", as used in this provision, means that corporate entity that owns or controls
an affiliated group of corporations that files its Federal income tax returns on a consolidated basis,
and of which the offeror is a member.

        "Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN)", as used in this provision, means the number required
by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to be used by the offeror in reporting income tax and other
returns. The TIN may be either a Social Security Number or an Employer Identification Number.

     (b) All offerors must submit the information required in paragraphs (d) through (f) of this provision
in order to comply with debt collection requirements of 31 U.S.C. 7701(c) and 3325(d), reporting
requirements of 26 U.S.C. 6041, 6041A, and 6050M, and implementing regulations issued by the
IRS. If the resulting subcontract is subject to the payment reporting requirements described in
Federal acquisition regulation (FAR) 4.904, the failure or refusal by the offeror to furnish the
information may result in a 31 percent reduction of payments otherwise due under the subcontract.

     (c) The TIN may be used by the Government to collect and report on any delinquent amounts
arising out of the offeror's relationship with the Government (31 U.S.C. 7701(c)(3)). If the resulting
requirements described in FAR 4.904, the TIN provided hereunder may be matched with IRS records
to verify the accuracy of the offeror's TIN.

    (d) Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN).

        [   TIN:
            ]                    .
        [   TIN has been applied for.
            ]
        [   TIN is not required because:
            ]
        [   Offeror is a nonresident alien, foreign corporation, or foreign partnership that does not
            ]
            have income effectively connected with the conduct of a trade or business in the U.S. and
            does not have an office or place of business or a fiscal paying agent in the U.S.
        [ ] Offeror is an agency or instrumentality of a foreign government.
        [ ] Offeror is an agency or instrumentality of the Federal government.
        [ ] Other. State basis ______________________________________.

    (e) Type of Organization.

        [   ]   Sole proprietorship.
        [   ]   Partnership.
        [   ]   Corporate entity (not tax-exempt)
        [   ]   Corporate entity (tax exempt)
        [   ]   Government entity (Federal, State, or local)
        [   ]   Foreign government
        [   ]   International organization per 25 CFR 1.6049-4
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    (f) Common Parent.

        [ ] Offeror is not owned or controlled by a common parent as defined in paragraph (a) of this
            provision.
        [ ] Name and TIN of common parent:
            Name ________________________________________________________
            TIN ________________________________________________________

     (g) The offeror should supply the Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number applicable
to its name and address. If the offeror does not have a DUNS Number, it may obtain one from any
Dun and Bradstreet Branch Office.

        DUNS NO.: _________________________

                                              (End of Provision)

2. PREVIOUS CONTRACTS AND COMPLIANCE REPORTS (FAR 52.222-22) (FEB 99)

    The offeror represents that it has:

    (a) [ ] participated      [ ] not participated

in a previous contract or subcontract subject to the Equal Opportunity clause of this solicitation;

    (b) [ ] filed             [ ] not filed

all required compliance reports; and

   (c) representations indicating submission of required compliance reports, signed by proposed
subcontractors, will be obtained before subcontract awards.

                                              (End of Provision)

3. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION COMPLIANCE (FAR 52.222-25) (APR 1984)
   (Does not apply to awards for construction)

    The offeror represents that it:

    (a) [ ] has developed and has on file,
        [ ] has not developed and does not have on file,

at each establishment, affirmative action programs required by the rules and regulations of the
Secretary of Labor (41 CFR 60-1 and 60-2), or

    (b) [ ] has not previously had contracts subject to the written affirmative action programs
requirements of the rules and regulations of the Secretary of Labor.

                                              (End of Provision)

4. REPRESENTATION OF LIMITED RIGHTS                             DATA          AND   RESTRICTED   COMPUTER
SOFTWARE (FAR 52.227-15) (DEC 2007)

     (a) This solicitation sets forth the Government’s known delivery requirements for data (as defined
in the clause at 52.227-14, Rights in Data—General). Any resulting contract may also provide the
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52.227-16, if included in the contract. Any data delivered under the resulting contract will be subject to
the Rights in Data—General clause at 52.227-14 included in this contract. Under the latter clause, a
Contractor may withhold from delivery data that qualify as limited rights data or restricted computer
software, and deliver form, fit, and function data instead. The latter clause also may be used with its
Alternates II and/or III to obtain delivery of limited rights data or restricted computer software, marked
with limited rights or restricted rights notices, as appropriate. In addition, use of Alternate V with this
latter clause provides the Government the right to inspect such data at the Contractor’s facility.

     (b) By completing the remainder of this paragraph, the offeror represents that it has reviewed the
requirements for the delivery of technical data or computer software and states [offeror check
appropriate block]
     [ ] (1) None of the data proposed for fulfilling the data delivery requirements qualifies as limited
rights data or restricted computer software; or
     [ ] (2) Data proposed for fulfilling the data delivery requirements qualify as limited rights data or
restricted computer software and are identified as follows.
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________

    (c) Any identification of limited rights data or restricted computer software in the offeror’s
response is not determinative of the status of the data should a contract be awarded to the offeror.

                                             (End of Provision)

The Following Representations Are Required for All Procurements Exceeding $3,000

5. SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAM REPRESENTATIONS (FAR 52.219-1) (MAY 2004)

     (a) (1) The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this acquisition is
484230.
          (2) The small business size standard is $25.5M.
          (3) The small business size standard for a concern which submits an offer in its own name,
other than on a construction or service contract, but which proposes to furnish a product which it did
not itself manufacture, is 500 employees.

    (b) Representations.

        (1) The offeror represents as part of its offer that it

            [ ] is a small business concern.
            [ ] is not a small business concern.

         (2) [Complete only if offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph
(b)(1) of this provision.] The offeror represents, for general statistical purposes, that it

            [ ] is a small disadvantaged business concern as defined in 13 CFR 124.1002.
            [ ] is not a small disadvantaged business concern as defined in 13 CFR 124.1002.

         (3) [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph
(b)(1) of this provision.] The offeror represents as part of its offer that it

            [ ] is a women-owned small business concern.
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         (4) [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph
(b)(1) of this provision.] The offeror represents as part of its offer that it

            [ ] is a veteran-owned small business concern.
            [ ] is not a veteran-owned small business concern.

       (5) [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a veteran-owned small business
concern in paragraph (b)(4) of this provision.] The offeror represents as part of its offer that it

            [ ] is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern.
            [ ] is not a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern.

         (6) [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph
(b)(1) of this provision]. The offeror represents, as part of its offer, that it

            (i) [ ] is a HUBZone small business concern listed, on the date of this representation,
on the List of Qualified HUBZone Small Business Concerns maintained by the Small Business
Administration, and no material change in ownership and control, principal office, or HUBZone
employee percentage has occurred since it was certified by the Small Business Administration in
accordance with 13 CFR part 126; and
                [ ] is not a HUBZone small business concern.

            (ii) [ ] is a joint venture that complies with the requirements of 13 CFR part 126, and the
representation in paragraph (b)(6)(i) of this provision is accurate for the HUBZone small business
concern or concerns that are participating in the joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the name or
names of the HUBZone small business concern or concerns that are participating in the joint venture:
__________________________]. Each HUBZone small business concern participating in the joint
venture shall submit a separate signed copy of the HUBZone representation.
                 [ ] is not a joint venture.

    (c) Definitions. As used in this provision -

        "Service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern"

        (1) Means a small business concern:

            (i) Not less than 51 percent of which is owned by one or more service-disabled veterans
or, in the case of any publicly owned business, not less than 51 percent of the stock of which is
owned by one or more service-disabled veterans, and

            (ii) The management and daily business operations of which are controlled by one or
more service-disabled veterans, or in the case of a service-disabled veteran with permanent and
severe disability, the spouse or permanent caregiver of such veteran.

          (2) Services-disabled veteran means a veteran, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(2), with a
disability that is service-connected, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(16).

        "Small business concern" means a concern, including its affiliates, that is independently
owned and operated, not dominant in the field of operation in which it is bidding on government
contracts, and qualified as a small business under the criteria in 13 CFR Part 121 and the size
standard in paragraph (a) of this provision.

        "Veteran-owned small business concern" means a small business concern:

        (1) Not less than 51 percent of which is owned by one or more veterans (as defined in 38
U.S.C. 101(2)) or, in the case of any publicly owned business, not less than 51 percent of the stock
of which is owned by one or more veterans, and

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        (2) The management and daily business operations of which are controlled by one or more
veterans.

        "Women-owned small business concern" means a small business concern:

       (1) That is at least 51 percent owned by one or more women or, in the case of any publicly
owned business, at least 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more women, and

        (2) Whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more women.

    (d) Notice. (1) If a solicitation is for supplies and has been set aside, in whole or in part, for small
business concerns, then the clause in the solicitation providing notice of the set-aside contains
restrictions on the source of the end items to be furnished.

        (2) Under 15 U.S.C. 645(d), any person who misrepresents a firm's status as a small,
HUBZone small, small disadvantaged, or women-owned small business concern in order to obtain a
contract to be awarded under the preference programs established pursuant to section 8(a), 8(d), 9,
or 15 of the Small Business Act or any other provision of Federal law that specifically references
section 8(d) for a definition of program eligibility, shall:

            (i) be punished by imposition of a fine, imprisonment, or both;
            (ii) be subject to administrative remedies, including suspension and debarment; and
            (iii) be ineligible for participation in programs conducted under the authority of the Act.

                                            (End of Provision)

Alternate I (Apr 2002). Add the following (b)(7) to the basic provision if the solicitation is a DoD,
NASA, or Coast Guard procurement and is expected to exceed $25,000:

        (7) [Complete if offeror represented itself as disadvantaged in paragraph (b)(2) of this
provision]. The offeror shall check the category in which its ownership falls:

     _____ Black American
     _____ Hispanic American
     _____ Native American (American Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts, or Native Hawaiians).
     _____ Asian-Pacific American (persons with origins from Burma, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia,
Singapore, Brunei, Japan, China, Taiwan, Laos, Cambodia (Kampuchea), Vietnam, Korea, The
Philippines, U.S. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (Republic of Palau), Republic of the Marshall
Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam,
Samoa, Macao, Hon Kong, Fiji, Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu, or Nauru).
     _____ Subcontinent Asian (Asian-Indian) American (persons with origins from India, Pakistan,
Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, the Maldives Islands, or Nepal).
     _____ Individual/concern, other than one of the preceding.

                                            (End of Provision)

6. HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY AND MINORITY INSTITUTION
REPRESENTATION (FAR 52.226-2) (OCT 2008)

    (a) Definitions. As used in this provision:

"Historically black college or university" means an institution determined by the Secretary of
Education to meet the requirements of 34 CFR 608.2. For the Department of Defense, the National
Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the Coast Guard, the term also includes any nonprofit
research institution that was an integral part of such a college or university before November 14,
1986.

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"Minority institution" means an institution of higher education meeting the requirements of Section
365(3) of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1067k), including a Hispanic-serving institution
of higher education, as defined in Section 502(a) of the Act (20 U.S.C. 1101a).

    (b) Representation. The offeror represents that it:

        [   ] is a Historically Black College or University,
        [   ] is not a Historically Black College or University;
        [   ] is a Minority Institution,
        [   ] is not a Minority Institution.

                                             (End of Provision)

The Following Representations Are Required for All Sealed Bidding Procurements

7. MINIMUM BID ACCEPTANCE PERIOD (FAR 52.214-16) (APR 1984)

    (a) "Acceptance period," as used in this provision, means the number of calendar days available
to the Government for awarding a contract from the date specified in this solicitation for receipt of
bids.

    (b) This provision supersedes any language pertaining to the acceptance period that may appear
elsewhere in this solicitation.

    (c) The Government requires a minimum acceptance period of 120 calendar days [the Contract
Officer shall insert the number of days].

    (d) In the space provided immediately below, bidders may specify a longer acceptance period
than the Government's minimum requirement.

        The bidder allows the following acceptance period: _____ calendar days.

    (e) A bid allowing less than the Government's minimum acceptance period will be rejected.

    (f) The bidder agrees to execute all that it has undertaken to do, in compliance with its bid, if that
bid is accepted in writing within (1) the acceptance period stated in paragraph (c) above or (2) any
longer acceptance period stated in paragraph (d) above.

                                             (End of Provision)

8. EQUAL LOW BIDS (FAR 52.219-2) (OCT 1995)

    (a) This provision applies to small business concerns only.

     (b) The bidder’s status as a labor surplus area (LSA) concern may affect entitlement to award in
case of tie bids. If the bidder wishes to be considered for this priority, the bidder must identify, in the
following space, the LSA in which the costs to be incurred on account of manufacturing or production
(by the bidder or the first-tier subcontractors) amount to more than 50 percent of the subcontract
price.


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    (c) Failure to identify the LSAs as specified in paragraph (b) of this provision will preclude the
bidder from receiving priority consideration. If the bidder is awarded a subcontract as a result of
receiving priority consideration under this provision and would not have otherwise received award, the
bidder shall perform the subcontract or cause the subcontract to be performed in accordance with the
obligations of an LSA concern.

                                           (End of Provision)

The Following Representations Are Required Only If Indicated On The Cover Page

9. SMALL BUSINESS CONCERN REPRESENTATION FOR THE SMALL                                           BUSINESS
COMPETITIVENESS DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM (FAR 52.219-19) (OCT 2000)

    (a) Definition. "Emerging small business" as used in this solicitation, means a small business
concern whose size is no greater than 50 percent of the numerical size standard applicable to the
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code assigned to a contracting opportunity.

    (b) [Complete only if offeror has certified itself under the provision at FAR 52.219-1 as a small
business concern under the size standards of this solicitation]. The offeror

        [ ] is an emerging small business.
        [ ] is not an emerging small business.

     (c) [Complete only if the offeror is a small business or an emerging small business, indicating its
size range]. Offeror's number of employees for the past 12 months [check this column if size
standard stated in solicitation is expressed in terms of number of employees] or offeror's average
annual gross revenue for the last 3 fiscal years [check this column if size standard stated in
solicitation is expressed in terms of annual receipts]. [Check one of the following.]

            No. of Employees                                   Avg. Annual Gross Revenues

            ______ 50 or fewer                                 ______ $1 million or less
            ______ 51 - 100                                    ______ $1,000,001 - $2 million
            ______ 101 - 250                                   ______ $2,000,001 - $3.5 million
            ______ 251 - 500                                   ______ $3,500,001 - $5 million
            ______ 501 - 750                                   ______ $5,000,001 - $10 million
            ______ 751 - 1,000                                 ______ $10,000,001 - $17 million
            ______ Over 1,000                                  ______ Over $17 million

                                           (End of Provision)

10. SMALL BUSINESS SIZE REPRESENTATION FOR TARGETED INDUSTRY CATEGORIES
UNDER THE SMALL BUSINESS COMPETITIVENESS DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM (FAR
52.219-21) (MAY 1999)

    [Complete only if the offeror has certified itself under the provision at FAR 52.219-1 as a small
business concern under the size standards of this solicitation].

    Offeror's number of employees for the past 12 months [check this column if size standard stated
in solicitation is expressed in term of number of employees] or offeror's average annual gross
revenue for the last 3 fiscal years [Check this column if size standard stated in solicitation is
expressed in terms of annual receipts]. [Check one of the following].

            No. of Employees                                   Avg. Annual Gross Revenues

            ______ 50 or fewer                                 ______ $1 million or less
            ______ 51 - 100                                    ______ $1,000,001 - $2 million

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              ______ 101 - 250                                   ______ $2,000,001 - $3.5 million
              ______ 251 - 500                                   ______ $3,500,001 - $5 million
              ______ 501 - 750                                   ______ $5,000,001 - $10 million
              ______ 751 - 1,000                                 ______ $10,000,001 - $17 million
              ______ Over 1,000                                  ______ Over $17 million

                                             (End of Provision)

11. SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS STATUS (FAR 52.219-22) (OCT 1999)

     (a) General. This provision is used to assess an offeror's small disadvantaged business status
for the purpose of obtaining a benefit on this solicitation. Status as a small business and status as a
small disadvantaged business for general statistical purposes is covered by the provision at FAR
52.219-1, Small Business Program Representation.

    (b) Representations.

        (1) General. The offeror represents, as part of its offer, that it is a small business under the
size standard applicable to this acquisition; and either:

       [ ] (i) It has received certification by the Small Business Administration as a small
disadvantaged business concern consistent with 13 CFR 124, Subpart B; and

                     (A) No material change in disadvantaged ownership and control has occurred since
its certification;
                 (B) Where the concern is owned by one or more disadvantaged individuals, the net
worth of each individual upon whom the certification is based does not exceed $750,000 after taking
into account the applicable exclusions set forth in 13 CFR 124.104(c)(2); and
                 (C) It is identified, on the date of its representation, as a certified      small
disadvantaged business concern in the database maintained by the Small Business Administration
(PRO-Net); or

        [ ] (ii) It has submitted a completed application to the Small Business Administration or a
Private Certifier to be certified as a small disadvantaged business concern in accordance with 13
CFR 124, Subpart B, and a decision on that application is pending, and that no material change in
disadvantaged ownership and control has occurred since its application was submitted.

         (2) For Joint Ventures. The offeror represents, as part of its offer, that it is a joint venture
that complies with the requirements at 13 CFR 124.1002(f) and that the representation in paragraph
(b)(1) of this provision is accurate for the small disadvantaged business concern that is participating
in the joint venture.

       [ ] is a joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the name of the small disadvantaged
business concern that is participating in the joint venture: __________________________.]

    (c) Penalties and Remedies. Anyone who misrepresents any aspects of the disadvantaged
status of a concern for the purposes of securing a contract or subcontract shall:

       (1) be punished by imposition of a fine, imprisonment, or both;
       (2) be subject to administrative remedies, including suspension and debarment; and
       (3) be ineligible for participation in programs conducted under the authority of the Small
Business Act.

                                             (End of Provision)




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12. RECOVERED MATERIAL CERTIFICATION (FAR 52.223-4) (MAY 2008)

As required by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (42 U.S.C. 6962(c)(3)(A)(i)), the
offeror certifies, by signing this offer, that the percentage of recovered materials content for EPA-
designated items to be delivered or used in the performance of the subcontract will be at least the
amount required by the applicable subcontract specifications or other contractual requirements.

                                          (End of Provision)

Required for All Procurements

13. CERTIFICATION AND AGREEMENT

By signing below the offeror certifies that all the above representations and certifications are
accurate, current and complete.

FIRM: __________________________________________________________________________

ADDRESS: _______________________________________________________________________

SIGNATURE: _____________________________________________________________________

DATE: __________________________________________________________________________

NOTE: The penalty for making false statements in offers is prescribed in 18 U.S.C. 1001.




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                  AND

   SUPPLEMENTAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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         SERVICE ORDER FOR NONPROFESSIONAL SERVICES (UNDER $100,000) AND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES (UNDER $2,000)

                                                           STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS

ARTICLE 1. DEFINITIONS                                                             executed by both parties and becomes a binding agreement. Further, if
A. Prime Contract.         The agreement between the United States                 the task order indicates that consent is required (see (d) 9 above), no
Government and its Prime Contractor referenced on the first page of this           work shall be performed until notice of such consent has been received
Service Order.                                                                     and the task order has been fully executed by both parties.
B. CDM FEDERAL. CDM Federal Programs Corporation, the Prime                        (f) There is no limit to the number of task orders which may be issued,
Contractor.                                                                        provided that in aggregate the total value of these task orders, when
C. SERVICE PROVIDER. The entity referenced on the first page of this               added together, shall not exceed the ceiling specified on the signature
Service Order.                                                                     page of this Subcontract.
D. Lower Tier Subcontract. Agreements at any level below this Service              (g) All task orders issued will call for completion within the Subcontract
Order to provide some portion of the services specified herein in privity with     period specified herein. However, any task order issued but not
the SERVICE PROVIDER.                                                              completed during that period, shall be completed by the Subcontractor
E. Nonprofessional Services. Services include, but are not limited to, drum        unless terminated in accordance with the provisions relating to
excavation, security guards, soil boring, underground storage tank testing,        Termination for Convenience or Default contained elsewhere herein or by
waste hauling, waste disposal, and well drilling.                                  mutual consent of the parties.
F. Construction Services. Services, not exceeding $2,000, that involve             A.2 Invoicing. (1) An invoice is a written request for payment under the
construction, alteration, or repair (including but not limited to dredging,        Service Order for services rendered. In order to be deemed proper, all
excavating, and painting) of buildings, structures, or other real property as      invoices shall indicate an invoice date, name of the provider, Service
defined in FAR Part 36.102.                                                        Order number, tracking number, number of hours worked, dates of
F. Scope of Services. A description of the work to be performed or the             performance and unit rates specified herein. Copies of delivery tickets,
services to be provided.                                                           time sheets, or other items as may be reasonably required by CDM
                                                                                   FEDERAL to support quantities delivered or performed shall be submitted
ARTICLE 2. SCOPE OF SERVICES                                                       with each invoice. Invoices shall be submitted to ‘Attention: Subcontracts
A. SERVICE PROVIDER shall perform the services as described in Exhibit             Manager’ at the address shown on the face of this Service Order.
A, "Scope of Services", in accordance with the terms and conditions of this              (2) SERVICE PROVIDER may submit invoices to CDM FEDERAL
Service Order.                                                                     for progress payments not more than once each month (small business
                                                                                   firms may submit twice each month). Such invoices shall represent the
ARTICLE 3. TERMS OF PAYMENT                                                        value of the completed Scope of Services, less 10% retainage, and will
A.1 Task Order Type                                                                be prepared in a format and supported by documentation as CDM
(a) All work to be performed hereunder shall be in accordance with task            FEDERAL may reasonably require. Invoices will be reviewed and
orders issued by CDM Federal. Each task order shall be subject to all of the       accepted by CDM FEDERAL before payment will be processed.
terms and conditions of this Subcontract plus such additional terms and                  (3)    SERVICE PROVIDER shall maintain records, including
conditions as may be incorporated therein. In the event of any conflict            supporting documentation, as is necessary to demonstrate that all costs
between a task order and this Subcontract, the Subcontract shall control.          claimed have been incurred, are allocable to this Service Order, and
This is not an expressed or implied warranty that CDM Federal will authorize       comply with applicable cost principles in FAR Part 31. Travel costs, if
the incurrence of any charges under this Subcontract.                              authorized by CDM FEDERAL, shall be considered reasonable and
(b) As the need for a task order develops, CDM Federal will negotiate a            allowable to the extent that they comply with the government per diem
definitized Statement of Work and any unit prices not identified in Attachment     rates in effect at the time of travel as prescribed in the Federal Travel
B, as required, and subsequently issue a task order. A task order is               Regulations.
considered ‘issued’ when it is postmarked.                                         B. Payment. Payments will be made in accordance with the applicable
(c) The Subcontractor shall perform all work and provide all required              payment clause incorporated into this Service Order within forty-two (42)
reports for the unit prices established in Attachment B and/or in the individual   calendar days at the unit prices specified herein, for work which is
task order and within the ceiling price specified in each task order. Task         completed and accepted in accordance with the applicable ‘Inspection”
orders may be issued on an:                                                        clause.
[ X ] INDEFINITE QUANTITY (fixed unit price),                                      C. Final Payment. Final payment of any balance will be made upon
[ ] FIRM FIXED PRICE (lump sum),                                                   completion of the Scope of Services and receipt and acceptance of all
[ ] TIME AND MATERIALS, or                                                         deliverables and all project-related documents and data that are required
[ ] COST-REIMBURSEMENT basis.                                                      to be furnished under this Service Order. SERVICE PROVIDER shall
 In the instance of an indefinite quantity task order, the Subcontractor may       also complete and submit the Closeout Release located on the last page
invoice CDM Federal on the basis of quantities expended by Subcontractor           hereunder. Payment may be withheld, in whole or in part, pending
and approved by CDM Federal. In the instance of a firm-fixed price task            resolution of any disputed claims.
order, the Subcontractor may invoice CDM Federal on the basis of the
percentage of work completed by Subcontractor and accepted by CDM                  ARTICLE 4. OBLIGATION OF SERVICE PROVIDER
Federal. The percentage will be defined by project milestones specifically         A. Independent Contractor. SERVICE PROVIDER is an independent
identified in the task order.                                                      contractor and will maintain complete control of and responsibility for its
(d) A task order will include the following:                                       employees, agents, lower tier subcontractors, methods and operations.
      1. Date of task order                                                        Nothing contained in this Service Order will create any contractual
      2. Task Order number                                                         relationship between the Government and SERVICE PROVIDER.
      3. Blanket Order Subcontract number                                          B. Lower Tier Subcontracts. (1) SERVICE PROVIDER must obtain
      4. A site specific Statement of Work (including reports to be submitted      CDM FEDERAL’s advance written consent for the use of any lower tier
      to CDM Federal) to be performed, including the location of the work.         subcontractors.      SERVICE PROVIDER shall bind all lower tier
      5. The period of performance of the work.                                    subcontractors to the applicable provisions of this Service Order.
      6. The not-to-exceed ceiling price for performance of the work.                    (2) Neither this Service Order nor any lower tier subcontract will
      7. Identification of key personnel.                                          create any contractual relationship between any lower tier subcontractor
      8. Appropriate contractual provisions in addition to those mentioned         and CDM FEDERAL; nor does this Service Order create any contractual
      above.                                                                       relationship between SERVICE PROVIDER and any upper tier contractor,
      9. Notification as to whether or not Client consent is required.             including the Government.
      10. Signature of an authorized representative of CDM Federal.                C. Performance. The SERVICE PROVIDER will reperform any services
      11. Wage Determinations as applicable                                        which are not in compliance with the Scope of Services, pursuant to this
e) No work shall be performed until a written task order has been fully            Service Order, without additional compensation. If such deficiencies are


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not corrected in a timely manner, CDM FEDERAL may cause the same to be             compliance, by its employees and lower tier subcontractors, of all codes,
corrected or reperformed and deduct costs, including any costs of                  laws, regulations, standards or ordinances applicable to the Scope of
reprocurement incurred, from SERVICE PROVIDER’s compensation.                      Services to be performed under the terms of this Service Order.
D. Insurance. The SERVICE PROVIDER shall maintain throughout the                   H. Permits, Licenses and Fees. SERVICE PROVIDER shall obtain and
period of performance of this Service Order the following insurances and will      pay for all permits and licenses required by law that are associated with
submit certificates certifying such to CDM FEDERAL:                                SERVICE PROVIDER’s performance of the Scope of Services and will
      (1) Worker’s Compensation Insurance with coverage as required by the         give all necessary notices.
state where the work is performed. Waiver of subrogation is required.              I.    Publicity. SERVICE PROVIDER shall not disclose the nature of its
      (2) Employer’s Liability Insurance in the amount of $500,000 per             Scope of Services or engage in any other publicity or public media
occurrence.                                                                        disclosure with respect to this Service Order without the prior written
      (3) Comprehensive Automobile and Vehicle Liability Insurance covering        consent of CDM FEDERAL.
claims for injuries to members of the public and/or damage to property of          J. Key Personnel. (1) SERVICE PROVIDER shall provide qualified
others arising from use of motor vehicles, including on-site and off-site          personnel perform its Scope of Services. Within five (5) days of
operations and owned, non-owned, or hired vehicles, with a $1,000,000              execution of this Service Order or receipt of a written authorization to
combined single limit.                                                             proceed, the SERVICE PROVIDER shall submit a list of key personnel for
      (4) Commercial General Liability Insurance covering claims for injuries      its work, including a designated Scope of Services manager, and
to members of the public or damage to property of others arising out of any        resumes therefore, if requested by CDM FEDERAL. SERVICE
negligent act or omission of SERVICE PROVIDER or of any of its                     PROVIDER shall not change or reassign any of the designated key
employees, agents or lower tier service providers, with at least $1,000,000        personnel without the written approval of CDM FEDERAL.
coverage per occurrence and $1,000,000 in the aggregate.                                 (2) If, at any time, CDM FEDERAL finds any SERVICE PROVIDER
      (5) (Applicable only if box is checked)                                      employee, agent, consultant or representative to be unacceptable, for
Pollution Liability Insurance covering sudden and accidental discharges of         whatever reason, CDM FEDERAL may request SERVICE PROVIDER to
hazardous materials with at least coverage of $1,000,000 per occurrence            replace at no additional cost that employee, agent, consultant or
      (6) (Applicable only if box is checked)                                      representative with another person who has at least the equivalent level
All insurance required by the Department of Transportation including a MCS-        of qualifications.
90 endorsement for all transporters. Note: MCS-90 Endorsement includes             K. Copies of Data. One legible copy each, unless additional copies are
$5,000,000 for hazardous waste transporters and $750,000 for all other             requested, of all notes, field notes, drawings, prints and plans prepared
transporters.                                                                      under the terms of this Service Order shall be delivered by SERVICE
      CDM FEDERAL and the U.S. Government shall be named as additional             PROVIDER to CDM FEDERAL upon completion of the Scope of
insureds with respect to SERVICE PROVIDER’s liabilities hereunder in               Services.
insurance coverages identified in paragraphs (3), (4) and (5). All insurance       L. Additional Information. SERVICE PROVIDER shall not separately
certificates shall state that the insurance carrier shall give CDM FEDERAL         solicit or accept from the Government any assignments, directly or
thirty (30) days advance written notice of any cancellation or material change     indirectly related to the project, during the life of the Service Order without
in the policies.                                                                   obtaining CDM FEDERAL’s written approval. However, this paragraph in
E. Indemnification. To the fullest extent permitted by law, SERVICE                no way restricts SERVICE PROVIDER’s right to respond to specific
PROVIDER shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless CDM FEDERAL, the                requests from the Government.
Government and their consultants, officers, directors, employees and agents        M. Errors and Omissions: Quality Control. SERVICE PROVIDER is
from and against all claims, costs, losses and damages (including but not          solely responsible for the quality of its work or services and agrees to
limited to all fees and other charges of engineers, architects, attorneys and      conduct quality control measures and techniques suitable and appropriate
other professionals and all court and arbitration or other dispute resolution      for the scope and characteristics of the Scope of Services and disciplines
costs) including any and all claims brought by the employees of the                involved in delivery of the Scope of Services. CDM FEDERAL and others
SERVICE PROVIDER caused by, arising out of, or resulting from the                  will rely on the quality and accuracy of the work produced and services
performance of the work under this Service Order, provided that any such           performed by SERVICE PROVIDER and will not necessarily verify the
claim, cost, loss or damage is: (1) attributable to bodily injury, sickness,       accuracy or quality of SERVICE PROVIDER’s work produced and
disease or death, or to injury to, or the destruction of, tangible property        services delivered. However, CDM FEDERAL reserves the right to
including loss of use resulting therefrom; or (2) is caused in whole or in part    conduct an inspection of the technical work or take whatever other steps it
by any act or omission of the SERVICE PROVIDER, lower-tier service                 feels may be necessary or useful to maintain the quality of SERVICE
provider, any supplier, any person or organization directly or indirectly          PROVIDER’s performance. In the event that either party should discover
employed by any of them to perform the work described in this Service Order        errors or omissions in the work or services of the other party, the
or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable, regardless of whether or       discovering party shall report to the other party such errors or omissions,
not it is caused in part by the negligence or omission of a person or entity       actual or suspected, in order that the party providing such work or
indemnified hereunder (except for the sole negligence of a person or entity        services may take measures which will minimize the consequences of
indemnified hereunder) or whether liability is imposed upon such indemnified       such errors or omissions.
party by laws or regulations regardless of the negligence of any such person       N. Suspension of Work. SERVICE PROVIDER shall, upon written
or entity; or (3) results from SERVICE PROVIDER’s breach of or failure to          notice from CDM FEDERAL, suspend, delay or interrupt, in whole or in
perform any provision of this Service Order, including provisions relating to      part, delivery of the Scope of Services. In such event, SERVICE
the Procurement Integrity Act and representations as to cost or pricing data;      PROVIDER shall resume the Scope of Services upon written notice from
or (4) is in any way related to any claim that the indemnifying party’s services
                                                                                   CDM FEDERAL and an appropriate extension of time will be mutually
or products infringe upon any patent, copyright, trademark or trade secret,
                                                                                   agreed upon and added to the period of performance of the Service
regardless whether it is caused by the indemnifying party’s negligence or
                                                                                   Order.
willful act; or (5) results from SERVICE PROVIDER’s failure to follow health
                                                                                   O. Hazardous or Toxic Substances. If this Service Order involves
or safety procedures applicable to the site and specified by either CDM            hazardous or toxic substances, the following shall apply:
FEDERAL or any other entity authorized to specify such procedures or any                 (1) SERVICE PROVIDER shall strictly comply with all health, safety
failure to follow recognized industry standards.                                   and training requirements that are appended to this Service Order, but
F. Liens. SERVICE PROVIDER shall promptly pay for all services, labor,             CDM FEDERAL is not responsible for SERVICE PROVIDER’s methods
material and equipment used or employed in delivering the Scope of                 or means of carrying out the work or for the health and safety of SERVICE
Services and shall maintain the materials, equipment, structures, buildings,
                                                                                   PROVIDER’s employees.
premises and other subject matter hereof free and clear of mechanics, or
                                                                                         (2) If this Service Order shall require any employee of SERVICE
other liens. SERVICE PROVIDER shall provide executed releases of liens
                                                                                   PROVIDER or any of its lower tier subcontractors to go onto or
from all lower tier subcontractors or material suppliers with each invoice.
                                                                                   immediately adjacent to a hazardous waste site, the appropriate
G. Codes, Laws and Regulations. SERVICE PROVIDER shall comply with
                                                                                   provisions of the CDM FEDERAL Corporate Health and Safety Manual
all applicable local, state and federal codes, laws, regulations, standards,
                                                                                   and all applicable Site Health and Safety Plans are incorporated herein
ordinances and regulations in force during the term of this Service Order.
                                                                                   and made a part hereof. Violation of any provisions of these documents
Failure to comply with any applicable code, law, regulation, standard or
                                                                                   shall be cause for immediate default termination of this Service Order.
ordinance shall be cause for immediate default termination of this Service
                                                                                   Copies of these documents will be provided upon request. SERVICE
Order. SERVICE PROVIDER is responsible for understanding and assuring

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PROVIDER is responsible for obtaining copies and assuring compliance by              be limited in the same manner and to the same extent as set forth in the
its employees and lower tier subcontractors.                                         Prime Contract. SERVICE PROVIDER shall give prompt notice of any
P. Completion and Acceptance. After submittal of the final work product,             such event as soon as it becomes aware of a potential for delay or added
as specified in Articles 3.B. ‘Payment’ and 4.K. ‘Copies of Data’ of this            cost due to such an event.
Service Order, and when SERVICE PROVIDER deems the Scope of                          E. Authorization to Proceed. Execution of this Service Order by CDM
Services completed, SERVICE PROVIDER shall give CDM FEDERAL                          FEDERAL shall constitute the authorization for SERVICE PROVIDER to
written notice thereof; for example, by submitting a final invoice. Within thirty    proceed with the Scope of Services, unless otherwise provided for in this
(30) days after receipt of such notice, CDM FEDERAL will determine if the            Service Order.
Scope of Services has been completed to its satisfaction and, if so, will            F. No Third Party Beneficiaries. This Service Order gives no rights or
advise SERVICE PROVIDER of its final acceptance thereof. If not, CDM                 benefits to anyone other than SERVICE PROVIDER and CDM FEDERAL
FEDERAL will notify SERVICE PROVIDER of its lack of completion or failure            and has no third party beneficiaries.
to perform and SERVICE PROVIDER shall take remedial action as                        G. Jurisdiction The laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts shall
described in Article 4.C. "Performance” of this Service Order and shall repeat       govern the validity of this Service Order, its interpretation and
the procedure stated herein until the Scope of Services has been                     performance, and any claims related to it unless the Prime Contract
satisfactorily completed and accepted by CDM FEDERAL.                                states another Jurisdiction in which case the laws of the Jurisdiction that
Q. Change in Ownership or Financial Condition. (1) If the SERVICE                    govern the prime contract shall govern.
PROVIDER experiences a material change in its ownership or financial                 H. Solicitation of Employees. It is hereby mutually agreed that neither
condition at any time after the effective date of this Service Order, the            party hereto will knowingly solicit the employment of the other party’s
SERVICE PROVIDER shall notify CDM FEDERAL in writing within 30 days                  employees during the term of this Service Order and for six (6) months
after the change occurs or is identified.                                            thereafter. This clause shall not prevent the hiring of any employee who
       (2) The SERVICE PROVIDER shall disclose in writing all pertinent              independently seeks employment with the other party.
                                                                                     I.    Severability and Survival. If any of the provisions contained in this
management and financial information necessary for CDM FEDERAL to
                                                                                     Service Order are held for any reason to be invalid, illegal or
make a responsible SERVICE PROVIDER determination in accordance with
                                                                                     unenforceable in any respect, such invalidity, illegality or unenforceability
FAR Subpart 9.104-4. The disclosure shall include results from new conflict
                                                                                     shall not affect any other provision and this Service Order shall be
of interest screens in accordance with the organizational conflict of interest
                                                                                     construed as if such invalid, illegal or unenforceable provision had never
requirements of the Service Order, cost impact statements for current
                                                                                     been contained herein. The provisions of Articles 4.E. ‘Indemnification’,
projects, and a request for a novation or successor-in-interest agreement in
                                                                                     4.P. ‘Completion and Acceptance’ and 6.A. ‘Federal Acquisition
accordance with FAR Subpart 42.12, if appropriate.
                                                                                     Regulation’ shall survive termination of the Service Order.
       (3) Failure to notify CDM FEDERAL of a material change in ownership
                                                                                     J. Termination. (1) CDM FEDERAL may terminate for convenience
or financial condition will be deemed a breach of this Service Order.
                                                                                     this Service Order at any time, in whole or in part, by giving written notice
R. Bankruptcy. In the event the SERVICE PROVIDER enters into
                                                                                     to the SERVICE PROVIDER of such termination and specifying the
proceedings relating to bankruptcy, whether voluntary or involuntary, the
                                                                                     effective date thereof. If this Service Order is terminated by CDM
SERVICE PROVIDER agrees to furnish, by certified mail or electronic
                                                                                     FEDERAL as provided herein, SERVICE PROVIDER will be paid an
commerce method authorized by the Service Order, written notification of the
                                                                                     amount which bears the same ratio to the total compensation as the
bankruptcy to the CDM FEDERAL Contract Officer responsible for
                                                                                     services actually performed (completed and accepted) bear to the total
administering the Service Order. This notification shall be furnished within
                                                                                     Scope of Services covered by this Service Order, less payments or
five (5) days of the initiation of the proceedings relating to bankruptcy filing.
                                                                                     compensation previously paid. In that event, all finished or unfinished
This notification shall include the date on which the bankruptcy petition was
                                                                                     documents and other materials shall, at the option of CDM FEDERAL, be
filed, the identity of the court in which the bankruptcy petition was filed, and a
                                                                                     returned to CDM FEDERAL or become the property of the SERVICE
listing of CDM FEDERAL Service Order numbers against which final
                                                                                     PROVIDER.
payment has not been made. This obligation remains in effect until final
payment under this Service Order.                                                          (2) If the SERVICE PROVIDER fails to perform its contractual
                                                                                     obligations, CDM FEDERAL may exercise its right to terminate for default
ARTICLE 5. GENERAL LEGAL PROVISIONS                                                  as prescribed in the appropriate default clause in Article 6.
A. Proprietary Information. (1) All drawings, specifications, technical data         K. Failure to Deliver. If the Subcontractor fails to provide any single
and other information furnished to SERVICE PROVIDER by CDM FEDERAL                   deliverable, CDM Federal shall be reimbursed for any costs determined
                                                                                     by the CDM Federal Subcontracts Manager as equitable in accordance
or the Government or developed by SERVICE PROVIDER or others in
                                                                                     with FAR 52.246-4 - Inspection of Services - Fixed Price. In addition to
connection with the Scope of Services are, and shall remain, the property of
                                                                                     that amount, it will include any other costs incurred by CDM Federal as a
CDM FEDERAL or the Government, and shall not be copied or otherwise
                                                                                     result of the Subcontractor’s failure to deliver.
reproduced or used in any way except in connection with the Scope of
                                                                                     L. Scope of Services. CDM FEDERAL may adjust the Scope of
Services, or disclosed to third parties or used in any manner detrimental to
                                                                                     Services by either adding or deleting from the services to be performed by
the interests of CDM FEDERAL or the Government.
                                                                                     issuance of a Change Order to the Service Order. If such adjustment
      (2) The following information will not be subject to the confidentiality
                                                                                     increases or decreases the cost or time required for performance of the
requirements of the above:
                                                                                     Scope of Services, corresponding adjustments to the compensation
            (a) Information in the public domain through no action of SERVICE
                                                                                     schedule and/or period of performance of the Service Order will be
PROVIDER in breach of this Service Order;                                            mutually agreed upon in writing.          Additional services provided by
            (b) Information independently developed by SERVICE                       SERVICE PROVIDER will be entitled to additional compensation or
PROVIDER; or                                                                         extension to the period of performance only as authorized in writing by
            (c) Information acquired by SERVICE PROVIDER from a third                CDM FEDERAL. If an adjusted figure cannot be agreed upon, SERVICE
party and not delivered to SERVICE PROVIDER in breach of any                         PROVIDER shall proceed with the Scope of Services and any
confidentiality agreements.                                                          disagreements as to the compensation issue shall be treated as a
B. Assignments. This Service Order and the rights and duties hereunder               dispute.
shall not be assigned, subcontracted or transferred by SERVICE                       M. Schedules. Both parties hereto agree and stipulate that, with regard
PROVIDER, in whole or in part, without CDM FEDERAL’s prior written                   to performance of the Scope of Services by the SERVICE PROVIDER,
consent.                                                                             time is of the essence. SERVICE PROVIDER shall be responsible for all
C. Waivers. No waiver by either party of any default by the other party in           consequential costs and damages which may arise from its failure to
the performance of any provision of this Service Order shall operate as, or be       complete the services in accordance with the terms of this Service Order
construed as, a waiver of any future default, whether like or different in           or scheduled milestones, completion or delivery dates established by the
character.                                                                           Government or CDM FEDERAL and communicated to the SERVICE
D. Force Majeure. Neither party to this Service Order shall be liable to the         PROVIDER.
other party for delays in performing the Scope of Services, or for the direct or
                                                                                     N. Disputes and Claims: (1) In case of any disputes between the
indirect costs resulting from such delays, that may result from labor strikes,
                                                                                     SERVICE PROVIDER and the CDM FEDERAL, SERVICE PROVIDER
riots, war, acts of governmental authorities, extraordinary weather conditions
                                                                                     agrees to be bound to CDM FEDERAL to the same extent that CDM
or other natural catastrophes or any other cause beyond the reasonable
control or contemplation of either party. Relief for any such conditions shall       FEDERAL is bound to United States Government both by the terms of the
                                                                                     Prime Contract and by any and all decisions or determinations made

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thereunder by the party or board as authorized in the Prime Contract. It is           books, records and other documents and supporting materials for the
agreed that in the event the Prime Contract contains a provision, hereinafter         purpose of evaluating: (a) the effectiveness of SERVICE PROVIDER’s
called "Disputes" clause, whereby claims may be resolved under an                     policies and procedures to produce data compatible with the objectives of
administrative procedure or by arbitration, then as to any claims of SERVICE          these reports; and (b) the data reported.
PROVIDER for or on account of acts or omissions of the United States                        (4) SERVICE PROVIDER shall make available at its office, during
Government or United States Government's Representative which are not                 normal business hours, upon reasonable notice the materials described in
disposed of by agreement, CDM FEDERAL agrees to present to the United                 the paragraphs above, for examination, audit or reproduction until the
States Government, in CDM FEDERAL's name, all of SERVICE                              expiration of ten (10) years from the date of final payment or, in the event
PROVIDER's claims for additional monetary compensation or time extension              of full or partial termination of this Service Order, from the date of final
which have been properly made to CDM FEDERAL; and to further invoke, on               settlement. Records relating to appeals under Article 5.N. ‘Disputes and
behalf of the SERVICE PROVIDER, those provisions in the Prime Contract                Claims’, or to litigation or the settlement of claims arising under, or
for determining disputes. CDM FEDERAL shall have the option to present                relating to this Service Order shall be made available until such appeals,
such claims on SERVICE PROVIDER's behalf, in advance of and even                      litigation or claims are disposed of.
without SERVICE PROVIDER's written request. SERVICE PROVIDER shall                          (5) It is agreed that the independent CPA conducting such audits will
have full responsibility for preparation and presentation of such claims and          be required to maintain confidentiality of all rate information, including
                                                                                      specific labor rates, salaries and indirect rates, as well as accounting
shall bear all expenses thereof, including attorneys' fees. SERVICE
                                                                                      systems, financial structure and pricing methodology information which
PROVIDER agrees to be bound by the procedure and final determinations as
                                                                                      SERVICE PROVIDER claims as confidential business information.
specified in any such Disputes clause, and agrees that it will not take, or will
                                                                                            (6) The right to audit or inspect indirect costs comprising SERVICE
suspend, any other action or actions with respect to any such claims and will
pursue no independent litigation with respect thereto, pending final                  PROVIDER’s overhead, G&A and other indirect rates shall reside only
determination under such Disputes clause. SERVICE PROVIDER shall not                  with the Government or the independent CPA, as designated by CDM
be entitled to receive any greater amount from CDM FEDERAL than CDM                   FEDERAL.
FEDERAL is entitled to and actually does receive from the United States               P. Entire Agreement. This Service Order, including all attachments,
                                                                                      represents the entire agreement between the parties and supersedes all
Government on account of SERVICE PROVIDER's Work, less any markups
                                                                                      prior agreements and understandings. Changes to this Service Order
or costs incurred by the CDM FEDERAL and to which CDM FEDERAL is
                                                                                      may be effected only by written modification to the Service Order.
otherwise entitled, and SERVICE PROVIDER agrees that it will accept such
amount, if any, received by CDM FEDERAL from United States Government                 ARTICLE 6. SERVICE ORDER CLAUSES.
as full satisfaction and discharge of all claims for or on account of acts or         A. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). This Service Order
omissions of the United States Government or United States Government's               incorporates herein by reference the most recently dated FAR clauses
Representative.                                                                       listed in Paragraph E., below and elsewhere. The text of each clause
       (2) SERVICE PROVIDER shall be bound by CDM FEDERAL's                           shall be deemed to be modified with respect to the identification of parties
determination, made in good faith, as to apportionment of any amounts                 as provided in Paragraphs B. and C., below. These clauses have the
received from United States Government for claimants including CDM                    same force and effect as if they were stated in full text. Copies of the
FEDERAL and other subcontractors, whose work is affected by any act or                FAR clauses can be obtained via the Internet site at
omission of the United States Government or United States Government's                http://www.acquisition.gov.
Representative.                                                                       B. Rules of Construction. Unless one of the exceptions provided in
       (3) In the event of any dispute between the parties arising out of or in       Paragraph C., below, applies, the term ‘Contract’ shall mean ‘Service
connection with the contract or the services or work contemplated herein and          Order’; the term ‘Contractor’ shall mean ‘SERVICE PROVIDER’ the term
not involving the United States Government or United States Governments               ‘Government’       shall   mean       ‘CDM      FEDERAL        PROGRAMS
representative; the parties agree to first make a good faith effort to resolve        CORPORATION’ and the term ‘Contracting Officer’ shall mean “CDM
the dispute informally. Negotiations shall take place between the designated
                                                                                      FEDERAL PROGRAMS CORPORATION’s Contract Officer’.
principals of each party. If the parties are unable to resolve the dispute
                                                                                      C. Exceptions. The following instances are exceptions to the general
through negotiation within 45 days, then either party may give written notice
                                                                                      rules of construction as provided in Paragraph B., above:
within 10 days thereafter that it elects to proceed with non-binding mediation
                                                                                            (1) where it is clear by the context of the provision itself, or the
pursuant to the commercial mediation rules of the American Arbitration
                                                                                      conditions under which it is being applied, that the reference is intended
Association. In the event that mediation is not invoked by the parties or that
                                                                                      to refer to the Government, its officers, agents or any upper tier contractor
the mediation is unsuccessful in resolving the dispute, then either party may
                                                                                      specifically;
submit the controversy to a court of competent jurisdiction located in the
                                                                                            (2) where an explicit provision of this Service Order states a contrary
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The foregoing is a condition precedent to
                                                                                      intent;
the filing of any action other than an action for injunctive relief or if a Statute
                                                                                            (3) where access to proprietary financial information or other
of Limitations may expire. Each party shall be responsible for its own costs
                                                                                      proprietary data is required; or
and expenses including attorneys' fees and court costs incurred in the course
                                                                                            (4) where interpretation, in accordance with the rules stated above,
of such dispute, mediation, or legal proceeding. The fees of the mediator and
                                                                                      would place SERVICE PROVIDER in a position of violating the equivalent
any filing fees shall be shared equally by the parties.
                                                                                      or related provision of the Prime Contract, whereas construction of the
       (4) Pending resolution of any such dispute or claim, by settlement or
                                                                                      terms without modification would not.
final judgment, the SERVICE PROVIDER’s performance shall continue in
                                                                                      D. Disputes Clause. Reference in any provision incorporated by
accordance with CDM FEDERAL’s written instructions.
                                                                                      reference herein to the ‘Disputes’ clause shall be construed as reference
O. Audit and Retention of Records. (1) SERVICE PROVIDER shall                         to Article 5.N "Disputes and Claims” provision contained in this Service
maintain such books, records, documents and other evidence and shall use              Order. No provision herein shall be taken to imply direct access on the
such accounting procedures and practices as are necessary to reflect                  part of the SERVICE PROVIDER to the disputes process as defined in
properly all costs claimed to have been incurred or anticipated to be incurred        the terms of the Prime Contract.
in performing this Service Order. An independent Certified Public                     E. FAR Clauses Incorporated by Reference.
Accountant (CPA), as designated by CDM FEDERAL, shall have the right to
examine and audit all of the above in the SERVICE PROVIDER’s offices,
during normal business hours, upon reasonable notice to the SERVICE                        (1) The following Articles are hereby incorporated by reference
PROVIDER.                                                                             into all Service Orders:
      (2) The independent CPA shall also have the right to examine and audit
all books, records, documents and other data of SERVICE PROVIDER                      Article       Title of Clause                                    FAR Ref.
related to negotiation, pricing or performance of the Service Order in order to
evaluate the accuracy, completeness and currency of the cost or pricing               Article 6.1   Security Requirements                              52.204-2
data. This right of examination and audit shall extend to all documents               Article 6.2   Personal Identity Verification of Contractor
necessary to permit adequate evaluation of the cost or pricing data                                 Personnel                                          52.204-9
submitted, along with the computations and projections used.                          Article 6.3   Prohibition of Segregated Facilities               52.222-21
      (3) If SERVICE PROVIDER produces any cost, funding or performance               Article 6.4   Equal Opportunity (Paragraph (c)                   52.222-26
reports, the independent CPA shall also have the right to examine and audit                         does not apply)

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Article 6.5    Combating Trafficking in Persons              52.222-50
Article 6.6    Drug-free Workplace (Only applies
               if award is to an individual.)                52.223-6                  (5) If the Service Order exceeds $30,000 or is expected to
Article 6.7    Notice of Radioactive Materials               52.223-7             exceed $30,000, the following Articles are hereby incorporated by
Article 6.8    Energy Efficiency in Energy-Consuming                              reference:
               Products (does not apply to A&E services)     52.223-15
Article 6.9    Privacy Act Notification                      52.224-1             Article      Title of Clause                                  FAR Ref.
Article 6.10   Privacy Act                                   52.224-2
Article 6.11   Restrictions on Certain Foreign                                    Article 6.22 Protecting the Government’s Interest when
               Purchases                                     52.225-13                          Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred,
Article 6.12   Rights in Data -- General                     52.227-14                          Suspended, or Proposed for Debarment            52.209-6
Article 6.13   Subcontracts for Commercial Items             52.244-6
Article 6.14   Government Property                           52.245-1
Article 6.15   Use and Charges                               52.245-9
                                                                                      (6) If the “Firm Fixed Price” or “Fixed Unit Price” block on the
                                                                                  face of this Service Order is checked, the following Articles are
                                                                                  hereby incorporated by reference:
    (2) If the Service Order exceeds $3,000 or is expected to exceed
$3,000, the following Articles are hereby incorporated by reference:
                                                                                  Article      Title of Clause                                  FAR Ref.
Article        Title of Clause                               FAR Ref.
                                                                                  Article 6.23 Payments                                         52.232-1
                                                                                  Article 6.24 Changes -- Fixed-Price, Alternates II            52.243-1
Article 6.16 Post-award Small Business Program
                                                                                               (Note: Modify Paragraph (c) from 30
             Rerepresentation                                52.219-28
                                                                                               to 20 days.)
Article 6.17 Convict Labor                                   52.222-3
                                                                                  Article 6.25 Inspection of Services -- Fixed-Price            52.246-4
Article 6.18 Employment Eligibility Verification             52.222-54
                                                                                  Article 6.26 Termination for Convenience of the               52.249-1
Article 6.19 Contractor Policy to Ban Text Messaging
                                                                                               (Government Services) (Short Form)
              While Driving                                  52.223-18
                                                                                  Article 6.27 Default (Fixed-Price Supply & Service)           52.249-8


    (3) If the Service Order exceeds $15,000 or is expected to exceed
                                                                                      (7) If the “Time & Materials” (T&M) block on the face of this
$15,000, the following Articles are hereby incorporated by reference:
                                                                                  Service Order is checked, the following Articles are hereby
                                                                                  incorporated by reference:
Article        Title of Clause                               FAR Ref.
                                                                                  Article      Title of Clause                                  FAR Ref.
Article 6.20 Affirmative Action for Workers with
             Disabilities                                    52.222-36
                                                                                  Article 6.28 Payments under T&M and Labor-Hour                52.232-7
                                                                                               Contracts
                                                                                  Article 6.29 Changes -- T&M or Labor Hours                    52.243-3
    (4) If the Service Order exceeds $25,000 or is expected to exceed
                                                                                               (Modify Paragraph (c) from 30 to
$25,000, the following Articles are hereby incorporated by reference:                          20 days)
                                                                                  Article 6.30 Inspection -- T&M and Labor-Hour                 52.246-6
Article        Title of Clause                               FAR Ref.             Article 6.31 Termination (Cost Reimbursement)                 52.249-6
                                                                                               Alternate IV
Article 6.21 Reporting Executive Compensation                                     Article 6.32 Excusable Delays                                 52.249-14
             and First-Tier Subcontract Awards (does not
             apply to awards to individuals)                 52.204-10




SERVICE ORDER CLOSEOUT RELEASE
The hereby undersigned certifies that the work covered by this Service Order has been completed in accordance with the terms of the Service Order and agrees
that upon receipt by the undersigned of a check from CDM FEDERAL in the amount of $___________________ payable to _____________________
(SERVICE PROVIDER), and when the check has been properly endorsed and paid by the bank upon which it is drawn, this document shall become effective to
release any lien, stop notice, bond right, or other claim the undersigned has on the project at the site identified in the Scope of Services and CDM FEDERAL to
the following extent. This release covers the final payment for all labor, services, equipment or material furnished under the Scope of Services.


SERVICE PROVIDER NAME ____________________________________________________________________________________________


SIGNATURE _________________________________________________________________________________________________________


TITLE _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________


DATE _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________




                                                                                                                                     NONPRFSO December 2010
                                   SUPPLEMENTAL CONDITIONS

                                EPA RAC(2) – REGION 2
                      PURSUANT TO PRIME CONTRACT NO. EP-W-09-002

                                        TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL RULES OF CONSTRUCTION

(a)     This Subcontract incorporates the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and
Environmental Protection Agency Acquisition Regulation (EPAAR) clauses listed herein. The text
of each clause shall be deemed to be modified with respect to the identification of parties as
provided in paragraphs (b) and (c) below. The most recently dated clauses are incorporated by
reference with the same force and effect as if they were given in full text. FAR and EPAAR
clauses can be accessed via the Internet site at http://www.acquisition.gov.

(b)     Unless one of the exceptions provided in paragraph (c) below shall apply, the term
"Contract" shall mean "Subcontract"; the term "Contractor" shall mean "Subcontractor"; the term
"Government" shall mean "CDM Federal"; and the term "Contracting Officer" shall mean the
"CDM Federal Contract Officer".

(c)    The following instances are exceptions to the general rules of construction as provided in
paragraph (b):

         (i) Where it is clear, by the context of the provision itself or the conditions under which it
is being applied, that the reference is intended to refer to the Government, its officers or agents,
or the prime contractor specifically;

         (ii) Where an explicit provision of this Subcontract states a contrary intent;

        (iii) Where access to proprietary financial information or other proprietary data is
required; or

(iv)    Where interpretation in accordance with the rules stated above would place the prime
contractor in a position of violating the equivalent or related provisions of the prime contract
whereas construction of the terms without modification would not.

(d)     References in any provision incorporated by reference herein to the "Disputes" clause
shall be construed as references to the “Disputes” clause contained in Section G of this
Subcontract. No provision herein shall be taken to imply any direct access on the part of the
Subcontractor to the disputes process as defined in the terms of the prime contract.

SECTION A – FLOW DOWN CLAUSES INCORPORATED IN FULL TEXT

A.1     USE OF RECOVERED MATERIALS IN PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS (EP 52.210-
150) (JUN 1991)

(a)     If the Contractor is required under this contract to deliver any of the paper and paper
products listed below, all such items delivered shall meet the minimum content standards for
recovered materials, postconsumer recovered materials, or waste paper set forth below in
paragraph (b).

        (1) Recovered materials are defined as waste material and by- products that have been
recovered or diverted from solid waste, not including those materials and by-products generated
from, and commonly reused within, an original manufacturing process.


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         (2) Postconsumer recovered materials are defined as waste materials recovered from
retail stores, office buildings, homes, and so forth after they passed through end usage as a
consumer item.

         (3) Waste paper is defined as all items from the first two categories above in addition to
forest residues, and manufacturing and other wastes.

(b)      Unless otherwise directed by the Contracting Officer, the Contractor shall use "High
Grade Bleached Printing and Writing Papers" as defined in this clause to produce all progress
reports, draft reports, final reports, any other products required to be delivered to the Government
under this contract.

EPA MINIMUM CONTENT STANDARDS FOR SELECTED PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS

                                             Minimum %    Minimum %    Minimum%
                                             Recovered    Postconsumer Waste
                                             Materials    Recovered    Paper
                                                          Materials

NEWSPRINT                                                                  40

HIGH GRADE BLEACHED PRINTING AND WRITING PAPERS:
Offset printing                                                            50
Mimeo and duplicator paper                                                 50
Writing (stationery)                                                       50
Office paper (e.g., note pads)                                             50
Paper for high speed copiers                                               50
Envelopes                                                                  50
Form bond including computer paper and carbonless                          50
Book papers                                                                50
Bond papers                                                                50
Ledger                                                                     50
Cover stock                                                                50
Cotton Fiber papers                   25                                   50

TISSUE PRODUCTS:
Toilet tissue                                             20
Paper towels                                              40
Paper napkins                                             30
Facial tissue                                             5
Doilies                                                   40
Industrial wipes                                          0

UNBLEACHED PACKAGING:
Corrugated boxes                                          35
Fiber boxes                                               35
Brown papers (e.g. bags)                                  5

RECYCLED PAPERBOARD:
Recycled paperboard products                              80
Pad backing                                               90




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A.2     RETENTION AND AVAILABILITY OF SUBCONTRACTOR FILES

Paragraphs (c) and (e) of Article H.14 of this Subcontract are revised to read as follows:

 (c)     Accordingly, due to the extended nature of court proceedings and EPA audit
requirements, the Subcontractor shall make available to the Government, and only to the
Government, all audit and financial information relative to the work conducted under this
Subcontract as well as the information required in the Audit Clause for a total of 10 years after
final payment under this Subcontract (See FAR 4.703(b)(1)).

(e)      The Subcontractor shall not destroy original records relating to the subcontract until:

       (1) All litigation involving the records has been finally settled and approval is obtained
from CDM Federal; or

         (2) Ten (10) years have passed from the date of final payment and no litigation
involving the records has been instituted and approval of CDM Federal is obtained.

In no event should individual records be destroyed if litigation is in process or is pending related
to such records.

A.3      DATA

(a)     The Subcontractor hereby agrees to deliver to CDM Federal or the Government, as
directed and within the Subcontract period of performance, the following documents:

        (1) All originals and copies, and all abstracts and excerpts there from, of all information
supplied to the Subcontractor by CDM Federal or the Government and specifically designated
"Confidential Business Information" pursuant to the article in Section H, entitled "Treatment of
Confidential Business Information".

        (2) All originals and copies, and all abstracts and excerpts there from, of all information
collected by the Subcontractor directly from a business, or from a source that represents a
business or business, such as a trade association, pursuant to the article in Section H, entitled
"Screening Business Information for Claims of Confidentiality".

        (3) All originals (if originals are unavailable, copies will be acceptable) of all data, as
that term is defined in the Subcontract clause entitled “Rights in Data – General”, which is
pertinent to support of the Emergency Response Program and has been furnished to the
Subcontractor by CDM Federal or has been generated by the Subcontractor in performance of
this Subcontract. In the event that there is any disagreement as to whether certain data is
considered pertinent, CDM Federal shall submit the matter to the US EPA Contracting Officer
who shall make the final determination. This determination shall be final and conclusive.

        (4) Copies of all other types of additional data, including but not limited to: reference
materials, source lists, field notes, log books, chemical data, maps, and photographs pursuant to
the Subcontract clause 52.227-16 entitled "Additional Data Requirements".

(b)     With regard to all copies of data specifically requested by CDM Federal and supplied in
response thereto by the Subcontractor under the Subcontract clause 52.227-16 entitled
"Additional Data Requirements," the Subcontractor shall, pursuant to said clause, be entitled to
an equitable adjustment (either through this Subcontract or a separate Subcontract agreement) to
cover the cost of collecting, preparing, editing, duplicating, assembling, and shipping the data
requested.

(c)      The Subcontractor shall not be required to turn over or provide to CDM Federal any of

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the following:

       (1) Contractual agreements for supplies or services. (This exclusion does not apply,
however, to technical data resulting from such services).

         (2)     Subcontractor and personnel performance ratings and evaluations.

        (3) Data previously developed by parties other than the Subcontractor which were
acquired independently of this Subcontract or acquired by the Subcontractor prior to this
Subcontract under conditions restricting the Subcontractor's right to such data.

(d)    Upon receipt of all data provided to CDM Federal by the Subcontractor under Paragraph
(a) above, the CDM Federal Subcontracts Manager will acknowledge in writing to the
Subcontractor the receipt of all confidential or other data.

A.4      FUTURE EXPERT CONSULTING SERVICES

It is recognized that, subsequent to the performance period of this Subcontract, the need may
arise to provide expert testimony during hearings and/or court proceedings involving site specific
activities or other matters, with regard to which personnel provided by the Subcontractor under
this Subcontract (including lower-tier Subcontractor personnel) would have gained expertise as a
result of tasks performed under this Subcontract. Therefore, the Subcontractor agrees to make
available expert consulting services in support of such future proceedings, and to enter into intent
agreements as necessary with lower-tier Subcontractors to ensure the availability of
Subcontractor personnel. These intent agreements to provide such services in the future serve as
a notice of intent only. Such services are not purchased hereby and will be obtained through a
separate contractual agreement.

A.5     EXPERT TESTIMONY

From time to time, the Government may have the need for expert testimony during enforcement
proceedings for a given site where the Subcontractor provided services. In the event such
services are required during the term of this Subcontract, such effort shall be considered within
the scope of this Subcontract. The individual(s) selected to testify shall be fully knowledgeable of
the details of the site under litigation, shall be credible, and be an expert in their field. The
testimony will normally relate to what actions the Subcontractor took at a site. In the event such
services are required after performance of this Subcontract, a separate negotiated procurement
action may be instituted with the Subcontractor.

A.6     UNIFORM HAZARDOUS WASTE MANIFEST SIGNING

The Subcontractor shall prepare and submit to the CDM Federal Technical Representative on
site a manifest of all hazardous material to be removed or transported from the site. The manifest
shall identify the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as the generator of all wastes resulting
from any operations under this Subcontract. CDM Federal has been authorized under its prime
contract to sign uniform hazardous waste manifest forms (40 CFR Part 262) and land ban
notifications/certifications/demonstrations (40 CFR Part 268.7 and 268.8) for EPA at Superfund
sites which involve off-site transport of hazardous wastes. The phrase "On behalf of the United
States Environmental Protection Agency" must appear in the signature block of each manifest
and land ban record. A returned manifest, signed by the company accepting custody under this
Subcontract, shall be submitted to the CDM Federal Subcontracts Manager within ten (10) days
after the removal of the waste from the site.




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A.7    UTILIZATION OF RURAL AREA SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS (EP 52.219-110)
(APR 1990)

(a)     (1) “Rural area small business concern,” as used in this clause, means a small
business concern that is located and conducts its principal operations in a rural geographic area
(county or parish) listed in the Small Business Administration’s Listing of Non-Metropolitan Rural
counties by State.

          (2) “Small business concern,” as used in this clause, means a concern, including its
affiliates, that is independently owned and operated, not dominant in the field of operation in
which it is bidding on government contracts, and qualified as a small business under the criteria
and size standard in 13 CFR 121.

(b)     It is the policy of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that rural area small
business concerns shall have the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in performing
contracts awarded by EPA.

(c)    The contractor shall use its best efforts to give rural area small business concerns the
opportunity to participate in the subcontracts it awards to the fullest extent consistent with efficient
performance of this contract.

(d)     The contractor shall incorporate the substance of this clause in any subcontract that may
provide for additional subcontracting opportunities.

A.8     UTILIZATION OF HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (EPA
        52.219-115) (JUL 1991)

(a)      It is the Policy of the Environmental Protection Agency that historically black colleges and
universities shall have the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in performing contracts
awarded to by the agency.

(b)       The Contractor shall use its best efforts to give historically black colleges and universities
the opportunity to participate in any subcontracts awarded to the fullest extent consistent with
efficient performance of this contract.

(c)    The contractor shall incorporate the substance of this clause in any subcontract which
may provide for additional subcontracting opportunities.


SECTION B – FLOW DOWN CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE

B.1   FAR Clauses Incorporated by Reference:
                                                                                           FAR REF

Personal Identity Verification of Contractor Personnel                                     52.204-9
Reporting Executive Compensation & First-Tier Subcontract Awards (Jul 2010)                52.204-10
Service Contract Act of 1965 as Amended                                                    52-222.41
Additional Data Requirements                                                               52.227-16
Rights in Data – Special Works                                                             52.227-17
Cost Accounting Standards (does not apply to small businesses)                             52.230-2
Administration of Cost Accounting Standards (does not apply to small businesses)           52.230-6
Stop Work Order                                                                            52.242-15
Value Engineering – Architect – Engineer (applies to construction awards)                  52.248-2




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B.2   EPAAR Clauses Incorporated by Reference:
                                                                                  EPAAR REF

Printing                                                                            1552.208-70
Organizational Conflicts of Interest (does not apply to well drilling awards)       1552.209-71
Notification of Conflicts of Interest Regarding Personnel (does not apply
         to well drilling awards)                                                   1552.209-73
Limitation of Future Contracting (does not apply to nondiscretionary technical
         or engineering services, including treatability studies and well drilling) 1552.209-74
Project Employee Confidentiality Agreement (does not apply to well drilling awards) 1552.227-76
Screening Business Information for Claims of Confidentiality                        1552.235-70
Treatment of Confidential Business Information                                      1552.235-71
Treatment of Confidential Business Information (TSCA)                               1552.235-76
Data Security for Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act
         Confidential Business Information                                          1552.235-77
Data Security for Toxic Substances Control Act Confidential Business Information 1552.235-78
Release of Contractor Confidential Business Information                             1552.235-79
Publicity                                                                           1552.237-74
Fabrication or Acquisition on Nonexpendable Property                                1552.245-72


                                  Additional Supplemental Conditions

C.4 ACQUISITION AND USE OF ENVIRONMENTALLY PREFERABLE PRODUCTS AND
SERVICES (EP-S 97-1) (MAY 1999)
(a) Executive Order 13101 of September 14, 1998, entitled “Greening the Government through
Waste Prevention, Recycling, and Federal Acquisition” and Section 6002 of the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) of 1976, as amended (42 U.S.C. 6962, Pub L. 94-580,
90 Stat. 2822) require Federal agencies to procure designated items with the highest recovered
materials content practicable.
(b) In the performance of this contract, the Contractor shall comply with the requirements of the
following issuances:
(1) Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 247, Comprehensive Guideline for
Procurement of Products Containing Recovered Materials (CPG), which designates items that
are or can be made with recovered materials, and its companion pieces, the Recovered Materials
Advisory Notices (RMANs). The CPG and RMANs provide recommended procurement practices,
including recommended recovered material content levels, for purchasing products designated in
the CPG. The Contractor shall comply with these recommendations, and such other CPG and
RAMNs as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) many issue with respect to the
procurement of products that contain recovered materials. (Copies of the CPG or RMANs, as
well as information on manufacturers and EP-W-09-002 Page C-4 of 4 vendors of designated
items may be obtained by calling EPA’s RCRA Hotline at (800) 424-9346, or, in the Washington,
D.C., metropolitan area, at (703) 412-9810.)
(2) In complying with the requirements of paragraph (b), the Contractor shall coordinate its
concerns and program guidance with EPA’s Recycling Coordinator.
(c ) The Contractor shall prepare and submit reports on the purchase of products containing
recovered materials from time to time in accordance with written direction (e.g., in specified
format) from the EPA Recycling Coordinator through the Contracting Officer. Reports shall be
submitted to the EPA Recycling Coordinator, with a copy to the Contracting Officer, Mail Code
3204, Washington, D.C. 20460.




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H.36 PUBLIC COMMUNICATION (RACS-H-96-07)
The Contractor shall not represent itself as EPA to outside parties. To maintain public trust and
to not mislead the public, the Contractor shall, when communicating with outside parties, explain
that it is an Agency Contractor.




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            PART 8

SERVICE CONTRACT ACT WAGE RATES
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REGISTER OF WAGE DETERMINATIONS UNDER |         U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
       THE SERVICE CONTRACT ACT        | EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION
By direction of the Secretary of Labor |         WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
                                       |         WASHINGTON D.C. 20210
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                                       | Wage Determination No.: 2005-2353
Shirley F. Ebbesen       Division of   |           Revision No.: 10
Director            Wage Determinations|       Date Of Revision: 09/01/2010
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State: New Jersey

Area: New Jersey Counties of Essex, Hudson, Morris, Sussex, Union
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          **Fringe Benefits Required Follow the Occupational Listing**
OCCUPATION CODE - TITLE                                  FOOTNOTE               RATE
01000 - Administrative Support And Clerical Occupations
  01011 - Accounting Clerk I                                                   15.11
  01012 - Accounting Clerk II                                                  19.61
  01013 - Accounting Clerk III                                                 21.89
  01020 - Administrative Assistant                                             30.93
  01040 - Court Reporter                                                       21.64
  01051 - Data Entry Operator I                                                14.71
  01052 - Data Entry Operator II                                               16.05
  01060 - Dispatcher, Motor Vehicle                                            25.79
  01070 - Document Preparation Clerk                                           15.56
  01090 - Duplicating Machine Operator                                         15.56
  01111 - General Clerk I                                                      14.82
  01112 - General Clerk II                                                     17.49
  01113 - General Clerk III                                                    19.01
  01120 - Housing Referral Assistant                                           26.92
  01141 - Messenger Courier                                                    12.87
  01191 - Order Clerk I                                                        16.49
  01192 - Order Clerk II                                                       21.31
  01261 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) I                                   18.96
  01262 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) II                                  21.22
  01263 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) III                                 23.66
  01270 - Production Control Clerk                                             23.51
  01280 - Receptionist                                                         15.67
  01290 - Rental Clerk                                                         18.04
  01300 - Scheduler, Maintenance                                               21.57
  01311 - Secretary I                                                          21.57
  01312 - Secretary II                                                         24.82
  01313 - Secretary III                                                        26.92
  01320 - Service Order Dispatcher                                             20.50
  01410 - Supply Technician                                                    30.93
  01420 - Survey Worker                                                        21.64
  01531 - Travel Clerk I                                                       15.98
  01532 - Travel Clerk II                                                      17.31
  01533 - Travel Clerk III                                                     18.79
  01611 - Word Processor I                                                     17.62
  01612 - Word Processor II                                                    19.79
  01613 - Word Processor III                                                   22.13
05000 - Automotive Service Occupations
  05005 - Automobile Body Repairer, Fiberglass                                 28.43
  05010 - Automotive Electrician                                               28.50
  05040 - Automotive Glass Installer                                           27.31
  05070 - Automotive Worker                                                    27.31




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  05110   - Mobile Equipment Servicer                        24.42
  05130   - Motor Equipment Metal Mechanic                   29.68
  05160   - Motor Equipment Metal Worker                     27.31
  05190   - Motor Vehicle Mechanic                           29.68
  05220   - Motor Vehicle Mechanic Helper                    23.15
  05250   - Motor Vehicle Upholstery Worker                  26.12
  05280   - Motor Vehicle Wrecker                            27.31
  05310   - Painter, Automotive                              28.50
  05340   - Radiator Repair Specialist                       27.31
  05370   - Tire Repairer                                    17.92
  05400   - Transmission Repair Specialist                   29.68
07000 -   Food Preparation And Service Occupations
  07010   - Baker                                            17.64
  07041   - Cook I                                           15.07
  07042   - Cook II                                          16.80
  07070   - Dishwasher                                        9.45
  07130   - Food Service Worker                              12.58
  07210   - Meat Cutter                                      19.20
  07260   - Waiter/Waitress                                  12.67
09000 -   Furniture Maintenance And Repair Occupations
  09010   - Electrostatic Spray Painter                      22.00
  09040   - Furniture Handler                                16.73
  09080   - Furniture Refinisher                             22.00
  09090   - Furniture Refinisher Helper                      18.56
  09110   - Furniture Repairer, Minor                        20.16
  09130   - Upholsterer                                      22.00
11000 -   General Services And Support Occupations
  11030   - Cleaner, Vehicles                                12.85
  11060   - Elevator Operator                                12.85
  11090   - Gardener                                         19.39
  11122   - Housekeeping Aide                                15.70
  11150   - Janitor                                          15.70
  11210   - Laborer, Grounds Maintenance                     15.89
  11240   - Maid or Houseman                                 13.34
  11260   - Pruner                                           14.75
  11270   - Tractor Operator                                 19.39
  11330   - Trail Maintenance Worker                         15.89
  11360   - Window Cleaner                                   16.86
12000 -   Health Occupations
  12010   - Ambulance Driver                                 22.53
  12011   - Breath Alcohol Technician                        22.61
  12012   - Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant       24.12
  12015   - Certified Physical Therapist Assistant           22.28
  12020   - Dental Assistant                                 16.75
  12025   - Dental Hygienist                                 35.31
  12030   - EKG Technician                                   28.65
  12035   - Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist              28.65
  12040   - Emergency Medical Technician                     22.53
  12071   - Licensed Practical Nurse I                       20.52
  12072   - Licensed Practical Nurse II                      24.34
  12073   - Licensed Practical Nurse III                     24.48
  12100   - Medical Assistant                                16.66
  12130   - Medical Laboratory Technician                    20.63
  12160   - Medical Record Clerk                             18.00
  12190   - Medical Record Technician                        20.55
  12195   - Medical Transcriptionist                         19.09
  12210   - Nuclear Medicine Technologist                    36.93
  12221   - Nursing Assistant I                              12.37
  12222   - Nursing Assistant II                             13.91
  12223   - Nursing Assistant III                            15.82
  12224   - Nursing Assistant IV                             16.79




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  12235 - Optical Dispenser                                             24.64
  12236 - Optical Technician                                            16.64
  12250 - Pharmacy Technician                                           14.58
  12280 - Phlebotomist                                                  16.79
  12305 - Radiologic Technologist                                       28.08
  12311 - Registered Nurse I                                            32.76
  12312 - Registered Nurse II                                           38.41
  12313 - Registered Nurse II, Specialist                               38.41
  12314 - Registered Nurse III                                          49.39
  12315 - Registered Nurse III, Anesthetist                             49.39
  12316 - Registered Nurse IV                                           59.22
  12317 - Scheduler (Drug and Alcohol Testing)                          26.17
13000 - Information And Arts Occupations
  13011 - Exhibits Specialist I                                         27.03
  13012 - Exhibits Specialist II                                        33.49
  13013 - Exhibits Specialist III                                       40.95
  13041 - Illustrator I                                                 26.51
  13042 - Illustrator II                                                33.23
  13043 - Illustrator III                                               40.60
  13047 - Librarian                                                     36.42
  13050 - Library Aide/Clerk                                            15.79
  13054 - Library Information Technology Systems                        32.65
  Administrator
  13058 - Library Technician                                            25.62
  13061 - Media Specialist I                                            23.57
  13062 - Media Specialist II                                           26.35
  13063 - Media Specialist III                                          29.39
  13071 - Photographer I                                                21.29
  13072 - Photographer II                                               24.10
  13073 - Photographer III                                              32.88
  13074 - Photographer IV                                               41.88
  13075 - Photographer V                                                50.02
  13110 - Video Teleconference Technician                               24.33
14000 - Information Technology Occupations
  14041 - Computer Operator I                                           19.00
  14042 - Computer Operator II                                          21.26
  14043 - Computer Operator III                                         23.71
  14044 - Computer Operator IV                                          26.35
  14045 - Computer Operator V                                           29.17
  14071 - Computer Programmer I                           (see 1)       27.56
  14072 - Computer Programmer II                          (see 1)
  14073 - Computer Programmer III                         (see 1)
  14074 - Computer Programmer IV                          (see 1)
  14101 - Computer Systems Analyst I                      (see 1)
  14102 - Computer Systems Analyst II                     (see 1)
  14103 - Computer Systems Analyst III                    (see 1)
  14150 - Peripheral Equipment Operator                                 19.00
  14160 - Personal Computer Support Technician                          26.35
15000 - Instructional Occupations
  15010 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Non-Rated)               39.54
  15020 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Rated)                   43.75
  15030 - Air Crew Training Devices Instructor (Pilot)                  52.46
  15050 - Computer Based Training Specialist / Instructor               39.54
  15060 - Educational Technologist                                      35.73
  15070 - Flight Instructor (Pilot)                                     52.46
  15080 - Graphic Artist                                                31.85
  15090 - Technical Instructor                                          30.07
  15095 - Technical Instructor/Course Developer                         36.67
  15110 - Test Proctor                                                  23.24
  15120 - Tutor                                                         23.24
16000 - Laundry, Dry-Cleaning, Pressing And Related Occupations




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  16010 - Assembler                                            11.62
  16030 - Counter Attendant                                    11.62
  16040 - Dry Cleaner                                          14.30
  16070 - Finisher, Flatwork, Machine                          11.62
  16090 - Presser, Hand                                        11.62
  16110 - Presser, Machine, Drycleaning                        11.62
  16130 - Presser, Machine, Shirts                             11.62
  16160 - Presser, Machine, Wearing Apparel, Laundry           11.62
  16190 - Sewing Machine Operator                              15.19
  16220 - Tailor                                               16.04
  16250 - Washer, Machine                                      12.60
19000 - Machine Tool Operation And Repair Occupations
  19010 - Machine-Tool Operator (Tool Room)                    20.89
  19040 - Tool And Die Maker                                   30.07
21000 - Materials Handling And Packing Occupations
  21020 - Forklift Operator                                    17.28
  21030 - Material Coordinator                                 23.51
  21040 - Material Expediter                                   23.51
  21050 - Material Handling Laborer                            13.57
  21071 - Order Filler                                         14.92
  21080 - Production Line Worker (Food Processing)             17.28
  21110 - Shipping Packer                                      15.28
  21130 - Shipping/Receiving Clerk                             15.28
  21140 - Store Worker I                                       15.06
  21150 - Stock Clerk                                          18.88
  21210 - Tools And Parts Attendant                            18.10
  21410 - Warehouse Specialist                                 18.10
23000 - Mechanics And Maintenance And Repair Occupations
  23010 - Aerospace Structural Welder                          29.79
  23021 - Aircraft Mechanic I                                  27.11
  23022 - Aircraft Mechanic II                                 29.58
  23023 - Aircraft Mechanic III                                30.66
  23040 - Aircraft Mechanic Helper                             22.98
  23050 - Aircraft, Painter                                    26.03
  23060 - Aircraft Servicer                                    24.93
  23080 - Aircraft Worker                                      26.07
  23110 - Appliance Mechanic                                   23.37
  23120 - Bicycle Repairer                                     17.92
  23125 - Cable Splicer                                        36.53
  23130 - Carpenter, Maintenance                               29.89
  23140 - Carpet Layer                                         27.98
  23160 - Electrician, Maintenance                             37.18
  23181 - Electronics Technician Maintenance I                 24.19
  23182 - Electronics Technician Maintenance II                25.36
  23183 - Electronics Technician Maintenance III               26.40
  23260 - Fabric Worker                                        28.00
  23290 - Fire Alarm System Mechanic                           23.94
  23310 - Fire Extinguisher Repairer                           22.51
  23311 - Fuel Distribution System Mechanic                    29.00
  23312 - Fuel Distribution System Operator                    26.13
  23370 - General Maintenance Worker                           23.69
  23380 - Ground Support Equipment Mechanic                    27.11
  23381 - Ground Support Equipment Servicer                    24.93
  23382 - Ground Support Equipment Worker                      26.07
  23391 - Gunsmith I                                           22.51
  23392 - Gunsmith II                                          25.12
  23393 - Gunsmith III                                         27.25
  23410 - Heating, Ventilation And Air-Conditioning            26.97
  Mechanic
  23411 - Heating, Ventilation And Air Contditioning           28.93
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  23430 - Heavy Equipment Mechanic                      26.10
  23440 - Heavy Equipment Operator                      34.30
  23460 - Instrument Mechanic                           30.35
  23465 - Laboratory/Shelter Mechanic                   26.21
  23470 - Laborer                                       13.74
  23510 - Locksmith                                     20.95
  23530 - Machinery Maintenance Mechanic                23.76
  23550 - Machinist, Maintenance                        19.79
  23580 - Maintenance Trades Helper                     15.09
  23591 - Metrology Technician I                        30.35
  23592 - Metrology Technician II                       31.54
  23593 - Metrology Technician III                      32.68
  23640 - Millwright                                    30.87
  23710 - Office Appliance Repairer                     22.91
  23760 - Painter, Maintenance                          26.50
  23790 - Pipefitter, Maintenance                       31.12
  23810 - Plumber, Maintenance                          31.90
  23820 - Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic                  27.25
  23850 - Rigger                                        25.59
  23870 - Scale Mechanic                                25.12
  23890 - Sheet-Metal Worker, Maintenance               29.46
  23910 - Small Engine Mechanic                         20.07
  23931 - Telecommunications Mechanic I                 30.91
  23932 - Telecommunications Mechanic II                32.20
  23950 - Telephone Lineman                             32.90
  23960 - Welder, Combination, Maintenance              22.17
  23965 - Well Driller                                  25.11
  23970 - Woodcraft Worker                              27.25
  23980 - Woodworker                                    20.41
24000 - Personal Needs Occupations
  24570 - Child Care Attendant                          13.05
  24580 - Child Care Center Clerk                       16.41
  24610 - Chore Aide                                    10.32
  24620 - Family Readiness And Support Services         14.59
  Coordinator
  24630 - Homemaker                                     20.13
25000 - Plant And System Operations Occupations
  25010 - Boiler Tender                                 29.03
  25040 - Sewage Plant Operator                         25.19
  25070 - Stationary Engineer                           29.03
  25190 - Ventilation Equipment Tender                  23.71
  25210 - Water Treatment Plant Operator                25.36
27000 - Protective Service Occupations
  27004 - Alarm Monitor                                 19.12
  27007 - Baggage Inspector                             17.98
  27008 - Corrections Officer                           30.97
  27010 - Court Security Officer                        30.66
  27030 - Detection Dog Handler                         20.36
  27040 - Detention Officer                             30.97
  27070 - Firefighter                                   31.42
  27101 - Guard I                                       17.98
  27102 - Guard II                                      20.36
  27131 - Police Officer I                              32.37
  27132 - Police Officer II                             35.94
28000 - Recreation Occupations
  28041 - Carnival Equipment Operator                   13.27
  28042 - Carnival Equipment Repairer                   13.85
  28043 - Carnival Equpment Worker                      10.96
  28210 - Gate Attendant/Gate Tender                    16.49
  28310 - Lifeguard                                     13.40
  28350 - Park Attendant (Aide)                         18.46




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  28510 - Recreation Aide/Health Facility Attendant                      18.95
  28515 - Recreation Specialist                                          22.88
  28630 - Sports Official                                                14.69
  28690 - Swimming Pool Operator                                         20.05
29000 - Stevedoring/Longshoremen Occupational Services
  29010 - Blocker And Bracer                                             29.08
  29020 - Hatch Tender                                                   29.08
  29030 - Line Handler                                                   29.08
  29041 - Stevedore I                                                    27.56
  29042 - Stevedore II                                                   32.96
30000 - Technical Occupations
  30010 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Center (HFO)   (see   2)       40.33
  30011 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Station (HFO) (see    2)       27.82
  30012 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Terminal (HFO) (see   2)       30.63
  30021 - Archeological Technician I                                     19.69
  30022 - Archeological Technician II                                    22.02
  30023 - Archeological Technician III                                   27.27
  30030 - Cartographic Technician                                        27.27
  30040 - Civil Engineering Technician                                   25.21
  30061 - Drafter/CAD Operator I                                         19.69
  30062 - Drafter/CAD Operator II                                        22.02
  30063 - Drafter/CAD Operator III                                       24.55
  30064 - Drafter/CAD Operator IV                                        30.20
  30081 - Engineering Technician I                                       19.98
  30082 - Engineering Technician II                                      22.47
  30083 - Engineering Technician III                                     25.28
  30084 - Engineering Technician IV                                      31.22
  30085 - Engineering Technician V                                       38.08
  30086 - Engineering Technician VI                                      46.20
  30090 - Environmental Technician                                       21.65
  30210 - Laboratory Technician                                          21.37
  30240 - Mathematical Technician                                        27.04
  30361 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant I                                    23.36
  30362 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant II                                   28.94
  30363 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant III                                  35.39
  30364 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant IV                                   42.84
  30390 - Photo-Optics Technician                                        27.27
  30461 - Technical Writer I                                             26.41
  30462 - Technical Writer II                                            32.29
  30463 - Technical Writer III                                           39.16
  30491 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician I                         25.63
  30492 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician II                        31.02
  30493 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician III                       37.18
  30494 - Unexploded (UXO) Safety Escort                                 25.63
  30495 - Unexploded (UXO) Sweep Personnel                               25.63
  30620 - Weather Observer, Combined Upper Air Or        (see   2)       24.55
  Surface Programs
  30621 - Weather Observer, Senior                       (see   2)       27.27
31000 - Transportation/Mobile Equipment Operation Occupations
  31020 - Bus Aide                                                       16.40
  31030 - Bus Driver                                                     21.88
  31043 - Driver Courier                                                 18.39
  31260 - Parking and Lot Attendant                                      10.05
  31290 - Shuttle Bus Driver                                             17.81
  31310 - Taxi Driver                                                    13.23
  31361 - Truckdriver, Light                                             19.53
  31362 - Truckdriver, Medium                                            20.63
  31363 - Truckdriver, Heavy                                             24.52
  31364 - Truckdriver, Tractor-Trailer                                   24.52
99000 - Miscellaneous Occupations
  99030 - Cashier                                                        10.53




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  99050   -   Desk Clerk                                                        13.34
  99095   -   Embalmer                                                          30.19
  99251   -   Laboratory Animal Caretaker I                                     12.33
  99252   -   Laboratory Animal Caretaker II                                    13.11
  99310   -   Mortician                                                         34.82
  99410   -   Pest Controller                                                   17.08
  99510   -   Photofinishing Worker                                             16.23
  99710   -   Recycling Laborer                                                 19.78
  99711   -   Recycling Specialist                                              22.59
  99730   -   Refuse Collector                                                  18.36
  99810   -   Sales Clerk                                                       14.70
  99820   -   School Crossing Guard                                             14.08
  99830   -   Survey Party Chief                                                22.53
  99831   -   Surveying Aide                                                    16.33
  99832   -   Surveying Technician                                              20.42
  99840   -   Vending Machine Attendant                                         19.31
  99841   -   Vending Machine Repairer                                          22.06
  99842   -   Vending Machine Repairer Helper                                   19.31




____________________________________________________________________________________

ALL OCCUPATIONS LISTED ABOVE RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:

HEALTH & WELFARE: $3.50 per hour or $140.00 per week or $606.67 per month

VACATION: 2 weeks paid vacation after 1 year of service with a contractor or
successor; 3 weeks after 5 years, 4 weeks after 15 years, and 5 weeks after 25 years.
  Length of service includes the whole span of continuous service with the present
contractor or successor, wherever employed, and with the predecessor contractors in
the performance of similar work at the same Federal facility. (Reg. 29 CFR 4.173)

HOLIDAYS: A minimum of eleven paid holidays per year: New Year's Day, Martin
Luther King Jr's Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Good Friday, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day, and
Christmas Day. A contractor may substitute for any of the named holidays another
day off with pay in accordance with a plan communicated to the employees involved.)
(See 29 CFR 4.174)



THE OCCUPATIONS WHICH HAVE NUMBERED FOOTNOTES IN PARENTHESES RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING:

1) COMPUTER EMPLOYEES: Under the SCA at section 8(b), this wage determination does
not apply to any employee who individually qualifies as a bona fide executive,
administrative, or professional employee as defined in 29 C.F.R. Part 541. Because
most Computer System Analysts and Computer Programmers who are compensated at a rate
not less than $27.63 (or on a salary or fee basis at a rate not less than $455 per
week) an hour would likely qualify as exempt computer professionals, (29 C.F.R. 541.
400) wage rates may not be listed on this wage determination for all occupations
within those job families. In addition, because this wage determination may not
list a wage rate for some or all occupations within those job families if the survey
data indicates that the prevailing wage rate for the occupation equals or exceeds
$27.63 per hour conformances may be necessary for certain nonexempt employees. For
example, if an individual employee is nonexempt but nevertheless performs duties
within the scope of one of the Computer Systems Analyst or Computer Programmer
occupations for which this wage determination does not specify an SCA wage rate,
then the wage rate for that employee must be conformed in accordance with the
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determination.

Additionally, because job titles vary widely and change quickly in the computer
industry, job titles are not determinative of the application of the computer
professional exemption. Therefore, the exemption applies only to computer employees
who satisfy the compensation requirements and whose primary duty consists of:
    (1) The application of systems analysis techniques and procedures, including
consulting with users, to determine hardware, software or system functional
specifications;
    (2) The design, development, documentation, analysis, creation, testing or
modification of computer systems or programs, including prototypes, based on and
related to user or system design specifications;
    (3) The design, documentation, testing, creation or modification of computer
programs related to machine operating systems; or
    (4) A combination of the aforementioned duties, the performance of which
requires the same level of skills. (29 C.F.R. 541.400).

2) AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS AND WEATHER OBSERVERS - NIGHT PAY & SUNDAY PAY: If you
work at night as part of a regular tour of duty, you will earn a night differential
and receive an additional 10% of basic pay for any hours worked between 6pm and 6am.
 If you are a full-time employed (40 hours a week) and Sunday is part of your
regularly scheduled workweek, you are paid at your rate of basic pay plus a Sunday
premium of 25% of your basic rate for each hour of Sunday work which is not overtime
(i.e. occasional work on Sunday outside the normal tour of duty is considered
overtime work).


HAZARDOUS PAY DIFFERENTIAL: An 8 percent differential is applicable to employees
employed in a position that represents a high degree of hazard when working with or
in close proximity to ordinance, explosives, and incendiary materials. This
includes work such as screening, blending, dying, mixing, and pressing of sensitive
ordance, explosives, and pyrotechnic compositions such as lead azide, black powder
and photoflash powder. All dry-house activities involving propellants or explosives.
  Demilitarization, modification, renovation, demolition, and maintenance operations
on sensitive ordnance, explosives and incendiary materials. All operations
involving regrading and cleaning of artillery ranges.

A 4 percent differential is applicable to employees employed in a position that
represents a low degree of hazard when working with, or in close proximity to
ordance, (or employees possibly adjacent to) explosives and incendiary materials
which involves potential injury such as laceration of hands, face, or arms of the
employee engaged in the operation, irritation of the skin, minor burns and the
like; minimal damage to immediate or adjacent work area or equipment being used.
All operations involving, unloading, storage, and hauling of ordance, explosive, and
incendiary ordnance material other than small arms ammunition. These differentials
are only applicable to work that has been specifically designated by the agency for
ordance, explosives, and incendiary material differential pay.

** UNIFORM ALLOWANCE **

If employees are required to wear uniforms in the performance of this contract
(either by the terms of the Government contract, by the employer, by the state or
local law, etc.), the cost of furnishing such uniforms and maintaining (by
laundering or dry cleaning) such uniforms is an expense that may not be borne by an
employee where such cost reduces the hourly rate below that required by the wage
determination. The Department of Labor will accept payment in accordance with the
following standards as compliance:

The contractor or subcontractor is required to furnish all employees with an
adequate number of uniforms without cost or to reimburse employees for the actual
cost of the uniforms. In addition, where uniform cleaning and maintenance is made




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the responsibility of the employee, all contractors and subcontractors subject to
this wage determination shall (in the absence of a bona fide collective bargaining
agreement providing for a different amount, or the furnishing of contrary
affirmative proof as to the actual cost), reimburse all employees for such cleaning
and maintenance at a rate of $3.35 per week (or $.67 cents per day). However, in
those instances where the uniforms furnished are made of "wash and wear"
materials, may be routinely washed and dried with other personal garments, and do
not require any special treatment such as dry cleaning, daily washing, or commercial
laundering in order to meet the cleanliness or appearance standards set by the terms
of the Government contract, by the contractor, by law, or by the nature of the work,
there is no requirement that employees be reimbursed for uniform maintenance costs.

The duties of employees under job titles listed are those described in the
"Service Contract Act Directory of Occupations", Fifth Edition, April 2006,
unless otherwise indicated. Copies of the Directory are available on the Internet. A
links to the Directory may be found on the WHD home page at http://www.dol.
gov/esa/whd/ or through the Wage Determinations On-Line (WDOL) Web site at
http://wdol.gov/.

REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION OF ADDITIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND WAGE RATE {Standard Form
1444 (SF 1444)}

Conformance Process:

The contracting officer shall require that any class of service employee which is
not listed herein and which is to be employed under the contract (i.e., the work to
be performed is not performed by any classification listed in the wage
determination), be classified by the contractor so as to provide a reasonable
relationship (i.e., appropriate level of skill comparison) between such unlisted
classifications and the classifications listed in the wage determination. Such
conformed classes of employees shall be paid the monetary wages and furnished the
fringe benefits as are determined. Such conforming process shall be initiated by
the contractor prior to the performance of contract work by such unlisted class(es)
of employees. The conformed classification, wage rate, and/or fringe benefits shall
be retroactive to the commencement date of the contract. {See Section 4.6 (C)(vi)}
When multiple wage determinations are included in a contract, a separate SF 1444
should be prepared for each wage determination to which a class(es) is to be
conformed.

The process for preparing a conformance request is as follows:

1) When preparing the bid, the contractor identifies the need for a conformed
occupation(s) and computes a proposed rate(s).

2) After contract award, the contractor prepares a written report listing in order
proposed classification title(s), a Federal grade equivalency (FGE) for each
proposed classification(s), job description(s), and rationale for proposed wage
rate(s), including information regarding the agreement or disagreement of the
authorized representative of the employees involved, or where there is no authorized
representative, the employees themselves. This report should be submitted to the
contracting officer no later than 30 days after such unlisted class(es) of employees
performs any contract work.

3) The contracting officer reviews the proposed action and promptly submits a report
of the action, together with the agency's recommendations and pertinent
information including the position of the contractor and the employees, to the Wage
and Hour Division, Employment Standards Administration, U.S. Department of Labor,
for review. (See section 4.6(b)(2) of Regulations 29 CFR Part 4).

4) Within 30 days of receipt, the Wage and Hour Division approves, modifies, or
disapproves the action via transmittal to the agency contracting officer, or




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notifies the contracting officer that additional time will be required to process
the request.

5) The contracting officer transmits the Wage and Hour decision to the contractor.

6) The contractor informs the affected employees.

Information required by the Regulations must be submitted on SF 1444 or bond paper.

When preparing a conformance request, the "Service Contract Act Directory of
Occupations" (the Directory) should be used to compare job definitions to insure
that duties requested are not performed by a classification already listed in the
wage determination. Remember, it is not the job title, but the required tasks that
determine whether a class is included in an established wage determination.
Conformances may not be used to artificially split, combine, or subdivide
classifications listed in the wage determination.




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WD 05-2367 (Rev.-10) was first posted on www.wdol.gov on 11/02/2010
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REGISTER OF WAGE DETERMINATIONS UNDER |         U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
       THE SERVICE CONTRACT ACT        | EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION
By direction of the Secretary of Labor |         WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
                                       |         WASHINGTON D.C. 20210
                                       |
                                       |
                                       |
                                       | Wage Determination No.: 2005-2367
Shirley F. Ebbesen       Division of   |           Revision No.: 10
Director            Wage Determinations|       Date Of Revision: 10/27/2010
_______________________________________|____________________________________________
State: New York

Area: New York Counties of Albany, Columbia, Fulton, Greene, Montgomery,
Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Warren, Washington
____________________________________________________________________________________
          **Fringe Benefits Required Follow the Occupational Listing**
OCCUPATION CODE - TITLE                                  FOOTNOTE               RATE
01000 - Administrative Support And Clerical Occupations
  01011 - Accounting Clerk I                                                   13.81
  01012 - Accounting Clerk II                                                  15.49
  01013 - Accounting Clerk III                                                 17.36
  01020 - Administrative Assistant                                             19.63
  01040 - Court Reporter                                                       24.28
  01051 - Data Entry Operator I                                                12.77
  01052 - Data Entry Operator II                                               14.43
  01060 - Dispatcher, Motor Vehicle                                            17.06
  01070 - Document Preparation Clerk                                           13.37
  01090 - Duplicating Machine Operator                                         13.37
  01111 - General Clerk I                                                      12.34
  01112 - General Clerk II                                                     13.47
  01113 - General Clerk III                                                    15.11
  01120 - Housing Referral Assistant                                           17.42
  01141 - Messenger Courier                                                    11.76
  01191 - Order Clerk I                                                        13.32
  01192 - Order Clerk II                                                       14.54
  01261 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) I                                   14.63
  01262 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) II                                  16.36
  01263 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) III                                 18.24
  01270 - Production Control Clerk                                             21.51
  01280 - Receptionist                                                         11.76
  01290 - Rental Clerk                                                         13.56
  01300 - Scheduler, Maintenance                                               14.73
  01311 - Secretary I                                                          14.73
  01312 - Secretary II                                                         16.48
  01313 - Secretary III                                                        18.38
  01320 - Service Order Dispatcher                                             15.81
  01410 - Supply Technician                                                    19.62
  01420 - Survey Worker                                                        15.79
  01531 - Travel Clerk I                                                       11.42
  01532 - Travel Clerk II                                                      12.32
  01533 - Travel Clerk III                                                     13.23
  01611 - Word Processor I                                                     13.26
  01612 - Word Processor II                                                    14.90
  01613 - Word Processor III                                                   16.66
05000 - Automotive Service Occupations
  05005 - Automobile Body Repairer, Fiberglass                                 18.34
  05010 - Automotive Electrician                                               17.60
  05040 - Automotive Glass Installer                                           16.87




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  05070   - Automotive Worker                                16.87
  05110   - Mobile Equipment Servicer                        15.41
  05130   - Motor Equipment Metal Mechanic                   18.34
  05160   - Motor Equipment Metal Worker                     16.87
  05190   - Motor Vehicle Mechanic                           19.75
  05220   - Motor Vehicle Mechanic Helper                    14.49
  05250   - Motor Vehicle Upholstery Worker                  16.14
  05280   - Motor Vehicle Wrecker                            16.87
  05310   - Painter, Automotive                              18.03
  05340   - Radiator Repair Specialist                       16.87
  05370   - Tire Repairer                                    14.61
  05400   - Transmission Repair Specialist                   18.34
07000 -   Food Preparation And Service Occupations
  07010   - Baker                                            13.73
  07041   - Cook I                                           12.80
  07042   - Cook II                                          14.06
  07070   - Dishwasher                                        8.57
  07130   - Food Service Worker                               9.61
  07210   - Meat Cutter                                      15.19
  07260   - Waiter/Waitress                                   9.24
09000 -   Furniture Maintenance And Repair Occupations
  09010   - Electrostatic Spray Painter                      19.76
  09040   - Furniture Handler                                13.47
  09080   - Furniture Refinisher                             19.76
  09090   - Furniture Refinisher Helper                      16.01
  09110   - Furniture Repairer, Minor                        18.19
  09130   - Upholsterer                                      19.11
11000 -   General Services And Support Occupations
  11030   - Cleaner, Vehicles                                11.11
  11060   - Elevator Operator                                11.11
  11090   - Gardener                                         15.33
  11122   - Housekeeping Aide                                12.07
  11150   - Janitor                                          12.07
  11210   - Laborer, Grounds Maintenance                     11.82
  11240   - Maid or Houseman                                  9.68
  11260   - Pruner                                           11.40
  11270   - Tractor Operator                                 14.25
  11330   - Trail Maintenance Worker                         11.82
  11360   - Window Cleaner                                   12.75
12000 -   Health Occupations
  12010   - Ambulance Driver                                 15.26
  12011   - Breath Alcohol Technician                        17.63
  12012   - Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant       18.98
  12015   - Certified Physical Therapist Assistant           22.24
  12020   - Dental Assistant                                 16.16
  12025   - Dental Hygienist                                 29.79
  12030   - EKG Technician                                   21.84
  12035   - Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist              22.67
  12040   - Emergency Medical Technician                     15.26
  12071   - Licensed Practical Nurse I                       15.76
  12072   - Licensed Practical Nurse II                      17.63
  12073   - Licensed Practical Nurse III                     19.66
  12100   - Medical Assistant                                13.68
  12130   - Medical Laboratory Technician                    17.65
  12160   - Medical Record Clerk                             13.68
  12190   - Medical Record Technician                        16.38
  12195   - Medical Transcriptionist                         16.19
  12210   - Nuclear Medicine Technologist                    33.64
  12221   - Nursing Assistant I                              10.61
  12222   - Nursing Assistant II                             11.93
  12223   - Nursing Assistant III                            13.02




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  12224 - Nursing Assistant IV                                            14.61
  12235 - Optical Dispenser                                               18.79
  12236 - Optical Technician                                              17.61
  12250 - Pharmacy Technician                                             13.86
  12280 - Phlebotomist                                                    14.61
  12305 - Radiologic Technologist                                         25.48
  12311 - Registered Nurse I                                              22.63
  12312 - Registered Nurse II                                             27.69
  12313 - Registered Nurse II, Specialist                                 27.69
  12314 - Registered Nurse III                                            33.50
  12315 - Registered Nurse III, Anesthetist                               33.50
  12316 - Registered Nurse IV                                             40.15
  12317 - Scheduler (Drug and Alcohol Testing)                            21.85
13000 - Information And Arts Occupations
  13011 - Exhibits Specialist I                                           20.39
  13012 - Exhibits Specialist II                                          25.27
  13013 - Exhibits Specialist III                                         30.91
  13041 - Illustrator I                                                   21.59
  13042 - Illustrator II                                                  26.76
  13043 - Illustrator III                                                 33.49
  13047 - Librarian                                                       29.12
  13050 - Library Aide/Clerk                                              12.75
  13054 - Library Information Technology Systems                          23.85
  Administrator
  13058 - Library Technician                                              15.27
  13061 - Media Specialist I                                              17.67
  13062 - Media Specialist II                                             19.76
  13063 - Media Specialist III                                            22.03
  13071 - Photographer I                                                  16.02
  13072 - Photographer II                                                 20.38
  13073 - Photographer III                                                25.24
  13074 - Photographer IV                                                 31.60
  13075 - Photographer V                                                  36.65
  13110 - Video Teleconference Technician                                 20.61
14000 - Information Technology Occupations
  14041 - Computer Operator I                                             15.64
  14042 - Computer Operator II                                            17.49
  14043 - Computer Operator III                                           20.68
  14044 - Computer Operator IV                                            22.89
  14045 - Computer Operator V                                             25.40
  14071 - Computer Programmer I                                           19.79
  14072 - Computer Programmer II                                          24.29
  14073 - Computer Programmer III                         (see   1)
  14074 - Computer Programmer IV                          (see   1)
  14101 - Computer Systems Analyst I                      (see   1)
  14102 - Computer Systems Analyst II                     (see   1)
  14103 - Computer Systems Analyst III                    (see   1)
  14150 - Peripheral Equipment Operator                                   15.64
  14160 - Personal Computer Support Technician                            22.89
15000 - Instructional Occupations
  15010 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Non-Rated)                 30.50
  15020 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Rated)                     33.57
  15030 - Air Crew Training Devices Instructor (Pilot)                    39.22
  15050 - Computer Based Training Specialist / Instructor                 28.63
  15060 - Educational Technologist                                        26.69
  15070 - Flight Instructor (Pilot)                                       39.22
  15080 - Graphic Artist                                                  21.56
  15090 - Technical Instructor                                            19.93
  15095 - Technical Instructor/Course Developer                           24.38
  15110 - Test Proctor                                                    16.08
  15120 - Tutor                                                           16.08




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16000 - Laundry, Dry-Cleaning, Pressing And Related Occupations
  16010 - Assembler                                                    8.70
  16030 - Counter Attendant                                            8.70
  16040 - Dry Cleaner                                                 10.09
  16070 - Finisher, Flatwork, Machine                                  8.70
  16090 - Presser, Hand                                                8.70
  16110 - Presser, Machine, Drycleaning                                8.70
  16130 - Presser, Machine, Shirts                                     8.70
  16160 - Presser, Machine, Wearing Apparel, Laundry                   8.70
  16190 - Sewing Machine Operator                                     10.69
  16220 - Tailor                                                      11.29
  16250 - Washer, Machine                                              9.12
19000 - Machine Tool Operation And Repair Occupations
  19010 - Machine-Tool Operator (Tool Room)                           18.48
  19040 - Tool And Die Maker                                          22.69
21000 - Materials Handling And Packing Occupations
  21020 - Forklift Operator                                           16.64
  21030 - Material Coordinator                                        20.72
  21040 - Material Expediter                                          20.72
  21050 - Material Handling Laborer                                   14.63
  21071 - Order Filler                                                13.63
  21080 - Production Line Worker (Food Processing)                    16.84
  21110 - Shipping Packer                                             14.27
  21130 - Shipping/Receiving Clerk                                    14.27
  21140 - Store Worker I                                              11.88
  21150 - Stock Clerk                                                 16.52
  21210 - Tools And Parts Attendant                                   16.64
  21410 - Warehouse Specialist                                        16.64
23000 - Mechanics And Maintenance And Repair Occupations
  23010 - Aerospace Structural Welder                                 27.23
  23021 - Aircraft Mechanic I                                         26.30
  23022 - Aircraft Mechanic II                                        27.23
  23023 - Aircraft Mechanic III                                       28.26
  23040 - Aircraft Mechanic Helper                                    20.47
  23050 - Aircraft, Painter                                           25.05
  23060 - Aircraft Servicer                                           23.28
  23080 - Aircraft Worker                                             24.27
  23110 - Appliance Mechanic                                          19.76
  23120 - Bicycle Repairer                                            15.21
  23125 - Cable Splicer                                               30.33
  23130 - Carpenter, Maintenance                                      19.42
  23140 - Carpet Layer                                                21.35
  23160 - Electrician, Maintenance                                    23.15
  23181 - Electronics Technician Maintenance I                        21.20
  23182 - Electronics Technician Maintenance II                       22.57
  23183 - Electronics Technician Maintenance III                      23.77
  23260 - Fabric Worker                                               20.12
  23290 - Fire Alarm System Mechanic                                  21.14
  23310 - Fire Extinguisher Repairer                                  18.66
  23311 - Fuel Distribution System Mechanic                           27.70
  23312 - Fuel Distribution System Operator                           23.63
  23370 - General Maintenance Worker                                  17.24
  23380 - Ground Support Equipment Mechanic                           26.30
  23381 - Ground Support Equipment Servicer                           23.28
  23382 - Ground Support Equipment Worker                             24.27
  23391 - Gunsmith I                                                  18.33
  23392 - Gunsmith II                                                 21.35
  23393 - Gunsmith III                                                23.94
  23410 - Heating, Ventilation And Air-Conditioning                   18.89
  Mechanic
  23411 - Heating, Ventilation And Air Contditioning                  19.55




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  Mechanic (Research Facility)
  23430 - Heavy Equipment Mechanic                      20.53
  23440 - Heavy Equipment Operator                      22.51
  23460 - Instrument Mechanic                           28.61
  23465 - Laboratory/Shelter Mechanic                   22.73
  23470 - Laborer                                       12.18
  23510 - Locksmith                                     19.98
  23530 - Machinery Maintenance Mechanic                24.92
  23550 - Machinist, Maintenance                        20.44
  23580 - Maintenance Trades Helper                     15.64
  23591 - Metrology Technician I                        28.61
  23592 - Metrology Technician II                       29.61
  23593 - Metrology Technician III                      30.75
  23640 - Millwright                                    26.51
  23710 - Office Appliance Repairer                     20.69
  23760 - Painter, Maintenance                          19.76
  23790 - Pipefitter, Maintenance                       25.17
  23810 - Plumber, Maintenance                          21.19
  23820 - Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic                  23.94
  23850 - Rigger                                        23.94
  23870 - Scale Mechanic                                21.35
  23890 - Sheet-Metal Worker, Maintenance               23.75
  23910 - Small Engine Mechanic                         17.24
  23931 - Telecommunications Mechanic I                 29.59
  23932 - Telecommunications Mechanic II                30.64
  23950 - Telephone Lineman                             29.59
  23960 - Welder, Combination, Maintenance              20.57
  23965 - Well Driller                                  21.16
  23970 - Woodcraft Worker                              23.94
  23980 - Woodworker                                    17.31
24000 - Personal Needs Occupations
  24570 - Child Care Attendant                          10.09
  24580 - Child Care Center Clerk                       12.58
  24610 - Chore Aide                                    10.56
  24620 - Family Readiness And Support Services         14.29
  Coordinator
  24630 - Homemaker                                     15.05
25000 - Plant And System Operations Occupations
  25010 - Boiler Tender                                 24.11
  25040 - Sewage Plant Operator                         19.64
  25070 - Stationary Engineer                           24.11
  25190 - Ventilation Equipment Tender                  16.73
  25210 - Water Treatment Plant Operator                19.64
27000 - Protective Service Occupations
  27004 - Alarm Monitor                                 17.85
  27007 - Baggage Inspector                             12.63
  27008 - Corrections Officer                           23.40
  27010 - Court Security Officer                        22.02
  27030 - Detection Dog Handler                         18.45
  27040 - Detention Officer                             23.40
  27070 - Firefighter                                   21.69
  27101 - Guard I                                       12.63
  27102 - Guard II                                      16.99
  27131 - Police Officer I                              23.40
  27132 - Police Officer II                             26.00
28000 - Recreation Occupations
  28041 - Carnival Equipment Operator                   11.82
  28042 - Carnival Equipment Repairer                   12.80
  28043 - Carnival Equpment Worker                       8.92
  28210 - Gate Attendant/Gate Tender                    13.69
  28310 - Lifeguard                                     11.01




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  28350 - Park Attendant (Aide)                                          15.66
  28510 - Recreation Aide/Health Facility Attendant                      11.35
  28515 - Recreation Specialist                                          14.29
  28630 - Sports Official                                                12.47
  28690 - Swimming Pool Operator                                         16.24
29000 - Stevedoring/Longshoremen Occupational Services
  29010 - Blocker And Bracer                                             22.09
  29020 - Hatch Tender                                                   22.09
  29030 - Line Handler                                                   22.09
  29041 - Stevedore I                                                    21.85
  29042 - Stevedore II                                                   24.04
30000 - Technical Occupations
  30010 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Center (HFO)   (see   2)       35.77
  30011 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Station (HFO) (see    2)       24.66
  30012 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Terminal (HFO) (see   2)       27.15
  30021 - Archeological Technician I                                     15.74
  30022 - Archeological Technician II                                    17.61
  30023 - Archeological Technician III                                   21.81
  30030 - Cartographic Technician                                        21.81
  30040 - Civil Engineering Technician                                   23.09
  30061 - Drafter/CAD Operator I                                         15.74
  30062 - Drafter/CAD Operator II                                        17.61
  30063 - Drafter/CAD Operator III                                       19.65
  30064 - Drafter/CAD Operator IV                                        24.17
  30081 - Engineering Technician I                                       15.61
  30082 - Engineering Technician II                                      17.52
  30083 - Engineering Technician III                                     19.60
  30084 - Engineering Technician IV                                      24.29
  30085 - Engineering Technician V                                       29.71
  30086 - Engineering Technician VI                                      35.94
  30090 - Environmental Technician                                       20.92
  30210 - Laboratory Technician                                          20.77
  30240 - Mathematical Technician                                        21.81
  30361 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant I                                    16.72
  30362 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant II                                   19.83
  30363 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant III                                  23.43
  30364 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant IV                                   29.35
  30390 - Photo-Optics Technician                                        21.81
  30461 - Technical Writer I                                             21.46
  30462 - Technical Writer II                                            26.24
  30463 - Technical Writer III                                           30.21
  30491 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician I                         22.74
  30492 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician II                        27.51
  30493 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician III                       32.97
  30494 - Unexploded (UXO) Safety Escort                                 22.74
  30495 - Unexploded (UXO) Sweep Personnel                               22.74
  30620 - Weather Observer, Combined Upper Air Or        (see   2)       19.65
  Surface Programs
  30621 - Weather Observer, Senior                       (see   2)       21.81
31000 - Transportation/Mobile Equipment Operation Occupations
  31020 - Bus Aide                                                       13.56
  31030 - Bus Driver                                                     18.39
  31043 - Driver Courier                                                 13.87
  31260 - Parking and Lot Attendant                                      10.86
  31290 - Shuttle Bus Driver                                             13.65
  31310 - Taxi Driver                                                    11.52
  31361 - Truckdriver, Light                                             13.65
  31362 - Truckdriver, Medium                                            15.55
  31363 - Truckdriver, Heavy                                             19.04
  31364 - Truckdriver, Tractor-Trailer                                   19.04
99000 - Miscellaneous Occupations




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  99030   -   Cashier                                                            8.94
  99050   -   Desk Clerk                                                        10.66
  99095   -   Embalmer                                                          23.67
  99251   -   Laboratory Animal Caretaker I                                     12.00
  99252   -   Laboratory Animal Caretaker II                                    13.04
  99310   -   Mortician                                                         31.14
  99410   -   Pest Controller                                                   16.25
  99510   -   Photofinishing Worker                                             13.41
  99710   -   Recycling Laborer                                                 16.50
  99711   -   Recycling Specialist                                              19.47
  99730   -   Refuse Collector                                                  14.79
  99810   -   Sales Clerk                                                       12.24
  99820   -   School Crossing Guard                                             10.89
  99830   -   Survey Party Chief                                                21.63
  99831   -   Surveying Aide                                                    12.89
  99832   -   Surveying Technician                                              19.67
  99840   -   Vending Machine Attendant                                         13.40
  99841   -   Vending Machine Repairer                                          15.96
  99842   -   Vending Machine Repairer Helper                                   13.40




____________________________________________________________________________________

ALL OCCUPATIONS LISTED ABOVE RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:

HEALTH & WELFARE: $3.50 per hour or $140.00 per week or $606.67 per month

VACATION: 2 weeks paid vacation after 1 year of service with a contractor or
successor; 3 weeks after 8 years, 4 weeks after 15 years, and 5 weeks after 25 years.
  Length of service includes the whole span of continuous service with the present
contractor or successor, wherever employed, and with the predecessor contractors in
the performance of similar work at the same Federal facility. (Reg. 29 CFR 4.173)

HOLIDAYS: A minimum of ten paid holidays per year: New Year's Day, Martin Luther
King Jr.'s Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Independence Day,
Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. (A
contractor may substitute for any of the named holidays another day off with pay in
accordance with a plan communicated to the employees involved.) (See 29 CFR 4.174)



THE OCCUPATIONS WHICH HAVE NUMBERED FOOTNOTES IN PARENTHESES RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING:

1) COMPUTER EMPLOYEES: Under the SCA at section 8(b), this wage determination does
not apply to any employee who individually qualifies as a bona fide executive,
administrative, or professional employee as defined in 29 C.F.R. Part 541. Because
most Computer System Analysts and Computer Programmers who are compensated at a rate
not less than $27.63 (or on a salary or fee basis at a rate not less than $455 per
week) an hour would likely qualify as exempt computer professionals, (29 C.F.R. 541.
400) wage rates may not be listed on this wage determination for all occupations
within those job families. In addition, because this wage determination may not
list a wage rate for some or all occupations within those job families if the survey
data indicates that the prevailing wage rate for the occupation equals or exceeds
$27.63 per hour conformances may be necessary for certain nonexempt employees. For
example, if an individual employee is nonexempt but nevertheless performs duties
within the scope of one of the Computer Systems Analyst or Computer Programmer
occupations for which this wage determination does not specify an SCA wage rate,
then the wage rate for that employee must be conformed in accordance with the
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determination.

Additionally, because job titles vary widely and change quickly in the computer
industry, job titles are not determinative of the application of the computer
professional exemption. Therefore, the exemption applies only to computer employees
who satisfy the compensation requirements and whose primary duty consists of:
    (1) The application of systems analysis techniques and procedures, including
consulting with users, to determine hardware, software or system functional
specifications;
    (2) The design, development, documentation, analysis, creation, testing or
modification of computer systems or programs, including prototypes, based on and
related to user or system design specifications;
    (3) The design, documentation, testing, creation or modification of computer
programs related to machine operating systems; or
    (4) A combination of the aforementioned duties, the performance of which
requires the same level of skills. (29 C.F.R. 541.400).

2) AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS AND WEATHER OBSERVERS - NIGHT PAY & SUNDAY PAY: If you
work at night as part of a regular tour of duty, you will earn a night differential
and receive an additional 10% of basic pay for any hours worked between 6pm and 6am.
 If you are a full-time employed (40 hours a week) and Sunday is part of your
regularly scheduled workweek, you are paid at your rate of basic pay plus a Sunday
premium of 25% of your basic rate for each hour of Sunday work which is not overtime
(i.e. occasional work on Sunday outside the normal tour of duty is considered
overtime work).


HAZARDOUS PAY DIFFERENTIAL: An 8 percent differential is applicable to employees
employed in a position that represents a high degree of hazard when working with or
in close proximity to ordinance, explosives, and incendiary materials. This
includes work such as screening, blending, dying, mixing, and pressing of sensitive
ordance, explosives, and pyrotechnic compositions such as lead azide, black powder
and photoflash powder. All dry-house activities involving propellants or explosives.
  Demilitarization, modification, renovation, demolition, and maintenance operations
on sensitive ordnance, explosives and incendiary materials. All operations
involving regrading and cleaning of artillery ranges.

A 4 percent differential is applicable to employees employed in a position that
represents a low degree of hazard when working with, or in close proximity to
ordance, (or employees possibly adjacent to) explosives and incendiary materials
which involves potential injury such as laceration of hands, face, or arms of the
employee engaged in the operation, irritation of the skin, minor burns and the
like; minimal damage to immediate or adjacent work area or equipment being used.
All operations involving, unloading, storage, and hauling of ordance, explosive, and
incendiary ordnance material other than small arms ammunition. These differentials
are only applicable to work that has been specifically designated by the agency for
ordance, explosives, and incendiary material differential pay.

** UNIFORM ALLOWANCE **

If employees are required to wear uniforms in the performance of this contract
(either by the terms of the Government contract, by the employer, by the state or
local law, etc.), the cost of furnishing such uniforms and maintaining (by
laundering or dry cleaning) such uniforms is an expense that may not be borne by an
employee where such cost reduces the hourly rate below that required by the wage
determination. The Department of Labor will accept payment in accordance with the
following standards as compliance:

The contractor or subcontractor is required to furnish all employees with an
adequate number of uniforms without cost or to reimburse employees for the actual
cost of the uniforms. In addition, where uniform cleaning and maintenance is made




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the responsibility of the employee, all contractors and subcontractors subject to
this wage determination shall (in the absence of a bona fide collective bargaining
agreement providing for a different amount, or the furnishing of contrary
affirmative proof as to the actual cost), reimburse all employees for such cleaning
and maintenance at a rate of $3.35 per week (or $.67 cents per day). However, in
those instances where the uniforms furnished are made of "wash and wear"
materials, may be routinely washed and dried with other personal garments, and do
not require any special treatment such as dry cleaning, daily washing, or commercial
laundering in order to meet the cleanliness or appearance standards set by the terms
of the Government contract, by the contractor, by law, or by the nature of the work,
there is no requirement that employees be reimbursed for uniform maintenance costs.

The duties of employees under job titles listed are those described in the
"Service Contract Act Directory of Occupations", Fifth Edition, April 2006,
unless otherwise indicated. Copies of the Directory are available on the Internet. A
links to the Directory may be found on the WHD home page at http://www.dol.
gov/esa/whd/ or through the Wage Determinations On-Line (WDOL) Web site at
http://wdol.gov/.

REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION OF ADDITIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND WAGE RATE {Standard Form
1444 (SF 1444)}

Conformance Process:

The contracting officer shall require that any class of service employee which is
not listed herein and which is to be employed under the contract (i.e., the work to
be performed is not performed by any classification listed in the wage
determination), be classified by the contractor so as to provide a reasonable
relationship (i.e., appropriate level of skill comparison) between such unlisted
classifications and the classifications listed in the wage determination. Such
conformed classes of employees shall be paid the monetary wages and furnished the
fringe benefits as are determined. Such conforming process shall be initiated by
the contractor prior to the performance of contract work by such unlisted class(es)
of employees. The conformed classification, wage rate, and/or fringe benefits shall
be retroactive to the commencement date of the contract. {See Section 4.6 (C)(vi)}
When multiple wage determinations are included in a contract, a separate SF 1444
should be prepared for each wage determination to which a class(es) is to be
conformed.

The process for preparing a conformance request is as follows:

1) When preparing the bid, the contractor identifies the need for a conformed
occupation(s) and computes a proposed rate(s).

2) After contract award, the contractor prepares a written report listing in order
proposed classification title(s), a Federal grade equivalency (FGE) for each
proposed classification(s), job description(s), and rationale for proposed wage
rate(s), including information regarding the agreement or disagreement of the
authorized representative of the employees involved, or where there is no authorized
representative, the employees themselves. This report should be submitted to the
contracting officer no later than 30 days after such unlisted class(es) of employees
performs any contract work.

3) The contracting officer reviews the proposed action and promptly submits a report
of the action, together with the agency's recommendations and pertinent
information including the position of the contractor and the employees, to the Wage
and Hour Division, Employment Standards Administration, U.S. Department of Labor,
for review. (See section 4.6(b)(2) of Regulations 29 CFR Part 4).

4) Within 30 days of receipt, the Wage and Hour Division approves, modifies, or
disapproves the action via transmittal to the agency contracting officer, or




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notifies the contracting officer that additional time will be required to process
the request.

5) The contracting officer transmits the Wage and Hour decision to the contractor.

6) The contractor informs the affected employees.

Information required by the Regulations must be submitted on SF 1444 or bond paper.

When preparing a conformance request, the "Service Contract Act Directory of
Occupations" (the Directory) should be used to compare job definitions to insure
that duties requested are not performed by a classification already listed in the
wage determination. Remember, it is not the job title, but the required tasks that
determine whether a class is included in an established wage determination.
Conformances may not be used to artificially split, combine, or subdivide
classifications listed in the wage determination.




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WD 05-2371 (Rev.-12) was first posted on www.wdol.gov on 09/14/2010
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REGISTER OF WAGE DETERMINATIONS UNDER |         U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
       THE SERVICE CONTRACT ACT        | EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION
By direction of the Secretary of Labor |         WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION
                                       |         WASHINGTON D.C. 20210
                                       |
                                       |
                                       |
                                       | Wage Determination No.: 2005-2371
Shirley F. Ebbesen       Division of   |           Revision No.: 12
Director            Wage Determinations|       Date Of Revision: 09/09/2010
_______________________________________|____________________________________________
State: New York

Area: New York Counties of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Niagara,
Wyoming
____________________________________________________________________________________
          **Fringe Benefits Required Follow the Occupational Listing**
OCCUPATION CODE - TITLE                                  FOOTNOTE               RATE
01000 - Administrative Support And Clerical Occupations
  01011 - Accounting Clerk I                                                   13.52
  01012 - Accounting Clerk II                                                  15.17
  01013 - Accounting Clerk III                                                 17.39
  01020 - Administrative Assistant                                             23.11
  01040 - Court Reporter                                                       18.95
  01051 - Data Entry Operator I                                                14.30
  01052 - Data Entry Operator II                                               15.61
  01060 - Dispatcher, Motor Vehicle                                            15.86
  01070 - Document Preparation Clerk                                           12.75
  01090 - Duplicating Machine Operator                                         12.75
  01111 - General Clerk I                                                      12.37
  01112 - General Clerk II                                                     13.50
  01113 - General Clerk III                                                    15.23
  01120 - Housing Referral Assistant                                           23.17
  01141 - Messenger Courier                                                    11.85
  01191 - Order Clerk I                                                        13.39
  01192 - Order Clerk II                                                       14.61
  01261 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) I                                   15.23
  01262 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) II                                  16.19
  01263 - Personnel Assistant (Employment) III                                 19.97
  01270 - Production Control Clerk                                             21.15
  01280 - Receptionist                                                         12.75
  01290 - Rental Clerk                                                         15.23
  01300 - Scheduler, Maintenance                                               18.57
  01311 - Secretary I                                                          18.57
  01312 - Secretary II                                                         20.77
  01313 - Secretary III                                                        23.17
  01320 - Service Order Dispatcher                                             14.59
  01410 - Supply Technician                                                    23.11
  01420 - Survey Worker                                                        15.84
  01531 - Travel Clerk I                                                       11.74
  01532 - Travel Clerk II                                                      12.41
  01533 - Travel Clerk III                                                     13.09
  01611 - Word Processor I                                                     14.97
  01612 - Word Processor II                                                    15.93
  01613 - Word Processor III                                                   17.82
05000 - Automotive Service Occupations
  05005 - Automobile Body Repairer, Fiberglass                                 22.34
  05010 - Automotive Electrician                                               21.67
  05040 - Automotive Glass Installer                                           20.85




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  05070   - Automotive Worker                                20.85
  05110   - Mobile Equipment Servicer                        19.45
  05130   - Motor Equipment Metal Mechanic                   22.34
  05160   - Motor Equipment Metal Worker                     20.85
  05190   - Motor Vehicle Mechanic                           22.34
  05220   - Motor Vehicle Mechanic Helper                    18.03
  05250   - Motor Vehicle Upholstery Worker                  20.11
  05280   - Motor Vehicle Wrecker                            20.85
  05310   - Painter, Automotive                              21.67
  05340   - Radiator Repair Specialist                       20.85
  05370   - Tire Repairer                                    18.78
  05400   - Transmission Repair Specialist                   22.34
07000 -   Food Preparation And Service Occupations
  07010   - Baker                                            11.15
  07041   - Cook I                                           10.89
  07042   - Cook II                                          12.01
  07070   - Dishwasher                                        8.75
  07130   - Food Service Worker                               9.13
  07210   - Meat Cutter                                      15.63
  07260   - Waiter/Waitress                                   9.87
09000 -   Furniture Maintenance And Repair Occupations
  09010   - Electrostatic Spray Painter                      22.34
  09040   - Furniture Handler                                17.51
  09080   - Furniture Refinisher                             22.34
  09090   - Furniture Refinisher Helper                      19.23
  09110   - Furniture Repairer, Minor                        20.73
  09130   - Upholsterer                                      22.34
11000 -   General Services And Support Occupations
  11030   - Cleaner, Vehicles                                10.18
  11060   - Elevator Operator                                10.18
  11090   - Gardener                                         16.78
  11122   - Housekeeping Aide                                11.01
  11150   - Janitor                                          12.70
  11210   - Laborer, Grounds Maintenance                     14.30
  11240   - Maid or Houseman                                  9.95
  11260   - Pruner                                           13.27
  11270   - Tractor Operator                                 16.13
  11330   - Trail Maintenance Worker                         14.30
  11360   - Window Cleaner                                   13.24
12000 -   Health Occupations
  12010   - Ambulance Driver                                 14.91
  12011   - Breath Alcohol Technician                        16.34
  12012   - Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant       20.38
  12015   - Certified Physical Therapist Assistant           20.38
  12020   - Dental Assistant                                 14.92
  12025   - Dental Hygienist                                 29.85
  12030   - EKG Technician                                   24.71
  12035   - Electroneurodiagnostic Technologist              24.71
  12040   - Emergency Medical Technician                     14.91
  12071   - Licensed Practical Nurse I                       15.18
  12072   - Licensed Practical Nurse II                      16.98
  12073   - Licensed Practical Nurse III                     18.94
  12100   - Medical Assistant                                13.94
  12130   - Medical Laboratory Technician                    19.46
  12160   - Medical Record Clerk                             15.23
  12190   - Medical Record Technician                        17.04
  12195   - Medical Transcriptionist                         14.23
  12210   - Nuclear Medicine Technologist                    32.82
  12221   - Nursing Assistant I                              10.56
  12222   - Nursing Assistant II                             11.87
  12223   - Nursing Assistant III                            12.95




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  12224 - Nursing Assistant IV                                            14.54
  12235 - Optical Dispenser                                               19.63
  12236 - Optical Technician                                              14.37
  12250 - Pharmacy Technician                                             14.75
  12280 - Phlebotomist                                                    14.54
  12305 - Radiologic Technologist                                         23.53
  12311 - Registered Nurse I                                              23.63
  12312 - Registered Nurse II                                             28.90
  12313 - Registered Nurse II, Specialist                                 28.90
  12314 - Registered Nurse III                                            34.96
  12315 - Registered Nurse III, Anesthetist                               34.96
  12316 - Registered Nurse IV                                             41.90
  12317 - Scheduler (Drug and Alcohol Testing)                            21.04
13000 - Information And Arts Occupations
  13011 - Exhibits Specialist I                                           18.91
  13012 - Exhibits Specialist II                                          23.40
  13013 - Exhibits Specialist III                                         28.53
  13041 - Illustrator I                                                   19.84
  13042 - Illustrator II                                                  24.54
  13043 - Illustrator III                                                 29.93
  13047 - Librarian                                                       26.64
  13050 - Library Aide/Clerk                                              13.31
  13054 - Library Information Technology Systems                          23.38
  Administrator
  13058 - Library Technician                                              15.75
  13061 - Media Specialist I                                              17.36
  13062 - Media Specialist II                                             19.42
  13063 - Media Specialist III                                            21.66
  13071 - Photographer I                                                  14.07
  13072 - Photographer II                                                 17.34
  13073 - Photographer III                                                21.45
  13074 - Photographer IV                                                 26.17
  13075 - Photographer V                                                  31.74
  13110 - Video Teleconference Technician                                 18.61
14000 - Information Technology Occupations
  14041 - Computer Operator I                                             15.40
  14042 - Computer Operator II                                            17.23
  14043 - Computer Operator III                                           20.20
  14044 - Computer Operator IV                                            23.94
  14045 - Computer Operator V                                             26.51
  14071 - Computer Programmer I                                           20.28
  14072 - Computer Programmer II                                          25.12
  14073 - Computer Programmer III                         (see   1)
  14074 - Computer Programmer IV                          (see   1)
  14101 - Computer Systems Analyst I                      (see   1)
  14102 - Computer Systems Analyst II                     (see   1)
  14103 - Computer Systems Analyst III                    (see   1)
  14150 - Peripheral Equipment Operator                                   15.40
  14160 - Personal Computer Support Technician                            23.94
15000 - Instructional Occupations
  15010 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Non-Rated)                 28.63
  15020 - Aircrew Training Devices Instructor (Rated)                     34.64
  15030 - Air Crew Training Devices Instructor (Pilot)                    41.52
  15050 - Computer Based Training Specialist / Instructor                 28.63
  15060 - Educational Technologist                                        27.34
  15070 - Flight Instructor (Pilot)                                       41.52
  15080 - Graphic Artist                                                  19.69
  15090 - Technical Instructor                                            21.43
  15095 - Technical Instructor/Course Developer                           26.22
  15110 - Test Proctor                                                    17.30
  15120 - Tutor                                                           17.30




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16000 - Laundry, Dry-Cleaning, Pressing And Related Occupations
  16010 - Assembler                                                    8.71
  16030 - Counter Attendant                                            8.71
  16040 - Dry Cleaner                                                 10.34
  16070 - Finisher, Flatwork, Machine                                  8.71
  16090 - Presser, Hand                                                8.71
  16110 - Presser, Machine, Drycleaning                                8.71
  16130 - Presser, Machine, Shirts                                     8.71
  16160 - Presser, Machine, Wearing Apparel, Laundry                   8.71
  16190 - Sewing Machine Operator                                     10.91
  16220 - Tailor                                                      11.48
  16250 - Washer, Machine                                              9.25
19000 - Machine Tool Operation And Repair Occupations
  19010 - Machine-Tool Operator (Tool Room)                           23.93
  19040 - Tool And Die Maker                                          27.13
21000 - Materials Handling And Packing Occupations
  21020 - Forklift Operator                                           18.06
  21030 - Material Coordinator                                        21.15
  21040 - Material Expediter                                          21.15
  21050 - Material Handling Laborer                                   17.74
  21071 - Order Filler                                                15.19
  21080 - Production Line Worker (Food Processing)                    18.06
  21110 - Shipping Packer                                             14.98
  21130 - Shipping/Receiving Clerk                                    13.00
  21140 - Store Worker I                                              15.51
  21150 - Stock Clerk                                                 19.51
  21210 - Tools And Parts Attendant                                   18.06
  21410 - Warehouse Specialist                                        18.06
23000 - Mechanics And Maintenance And Repair Occupations
  23010 - Aerospace Structural Welder                                 26.70
  23021 - Aircraft Mechanic I                                         25.80
  23022 - Aircraft Mechanic II                                        26.70
  23023 - Aircraft Mechanic III                                       27.47
  23040 - Aircraft Mechanic Helper                                    21.36
  23050 - Aircraft, Painter                                           25.00
  23060 - Aircraft Servicer                                           23.29
  23080 - Aircraft Worker                                             24.13
  23110 - Appliance Mechanic                                          21.25
  23120 - Bicycle Repairer                                            18.98
  23125 - Cable Splicer                                               28.97
  23130 - Carpenter, Maintenance                                      20.64
  23140 - Carpet Layer                                                21.57
  23160 - Electrician, Maintenance                                    25.51
  23181 - Electronics Technician Maintenance I                        22.23
  23182 - Electronics Technician Maintenance II                       23.02
  23183 - Electronics Technician Maintenance III                      23.84
  23260 - Fabric Worker                                               20.80
  23290 - Fire Alarm System Mechanic                                  22.21
  23310 - Fire Extinguisher Repairer                                  19.91
  23311 - Fuel Distribution System Mechanic                           29.69
  23312 - Fuel Distribution System Operator                           22.98
  23370 - General Maintenance Worker                                  20.01
  23380 - Ground Support Equipment Mechanic                           25.80
  23381 - Ground Support Equipment Servicer                           23.29
  23382 - Ground Support Equipment Worker                             24.13
  23391 - Gunsmith I                                                  19.91
  23392 - Gunsmith II                                                 21.57
  23393 - Gunsmith III                                                23.16
  23410 - Heating, Ventilation And Air-Conditioning                   21.28
  Mechanic
  23411 - Heating, Ventilation And Air Contditioning                  23.06




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  Mechanic (Research Facility)
  23430 - Heavy Equipment Mechanic                      22.33
  23440 - Heavy Equipment Operator                      23.80
  23460 - Instrument Mechanic                           23.40
  23465 - Laboratory/Shelter Mechanic                   22.36
  23470 - Laborer                                       13.61
  23510 - Locksmith                                     20.64
  23530 - Machinery Maintenance Mechanic                24.20
  23550 - Machinist, Maintenance                        21.28
  23580 - Maintenance Trades Helper                     18.51
  23591 - Metrology Technician I                        23.40
  23592 - Metrology Technician II                       24.24
  23593 - Metrology Technician III                      24.93
  23640 - Millwright                                    32.96
  23710 - Office Appliance Repairer                     20.64
  23760 - Painter, Maintenance                          21.73
  23790 - Pipefitter, Maintenance                       25.74
  23810 - Plumber, Maintenance                          24.26
  23820 - Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic                  23.16
  23850 - Rigger                                        23.16
  23870 - Scale Mechanic                                21.59
  23890 - Sheet-Metal Worker, Maintenance               23.74
  23910 - Small Engine Mechanic                         19.86
  23931 - Telecommunications Mechanic I                 25.69
  23932 - Telecommunications Mechanic II                26.60
  23950 - Telephone Lineman                             27.90
  23960 - Welder, Combination, Maintenance              21.28
  23965 - Well Driller                                  26.30
  23970 - Woodcraft Worker                              23.16
  23980 - Woodworker                                    19.58
24000 - Personal Needs Occupations
  24570 - Child Care Attendant                          10.03
  24580 - Child Care Center Clerk                       12.55
  24610 - Chore Aide                                     9.67
  24620 - Family Readiness And Support Services         13.06
  Coordinator
  24630 - Homemaker                                     14.23
25000 - Plant And System Operations Occupations
  25010 - Boiler Tender                                 21.43
  25040 - Sewage Plant Operator                         21.38
  25070 - Stationary Engineer                           21.43
  25190 - Ventilation Equipment Tender                  19.88
  25210 - Water Treatment Plant Operator                21.38
27000 - Protective Service Occupations
  27004 - Alarm Monitor                                 18.39
  27007 - Baggage Inspector                             11.54
  27008 - Corrections Officer                           26.94
  27010 - Court Security Officer                        26.74
  27030 - Detection Dog Handler                         15.49
  27040 - Detention Officer                             26.94
  27070 - Firefighter                                   24.94
  27101 - Guard I                                       11.54
  27102 - Guard II                                      15.49
  27131 - Police Officer I                              26.94
  27132 - Police Officer II                             29.94
28000 - Recreation Occupations
  28041 - Carnival Equipment Operator                   10.88
  28042 - Carnival Equipment Repairer                   11.32
  28043 - Carnival Equpment Worker                       9.47
  28210 - Gate Attendant/Gate Tender                    12.14
  28310 - Lifeguard                                     10.82




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  28350 - Park Attendant (Aide)                                          14.24
  28510 - Recreation Aide/Health Facility Attendant                       9.91
  28515 - Recreation Specialist                                          15.38
  28630 - Sports Official                                                11.34
  28690 - Swimming Pool Operator                                         15.97
29000 - Stevedoring/Longshoremen Occupational Services
  29010 - Blocker And Bracer                                             22.20
  29020 - Hatch Tender                                                   22.20
  29030 - Line Handler                                                   22.20
  29041 - Stevedore I                                                    21.39
  29042 - Stevedore II                                                   22.99
30000 - Technical Occupations
  30010 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Center (HFO)   (see   2)       35.77
  30011 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Station (HFO) (see    2)       24.66
  30012 - Air Traffic Control Specialist, Terminal (HFO) (see   2)       27.17
  30021 - Archeological Technician I                                     18.65
  30022 - Archeological Technician II                                    20.86
  30023 - Archeological Technician III                                   25.84
  30030 - Cartographic Technician                                        25.84
  30040 - Civil Engineering Technician                                   25.55
  30061 - Drafter/CAD Operator I                                         18.65
  30062 - Drafter/CAD Operator II                                        20.86
  30063 - Drafter/CAD Operator III                                       23.26
  30064 - Drafter/CAD Operator IV                                        28.63
  30081 - Engineering Technician I                                       19.15
  30082 - Engineering Technician II                                      21.49
  30083 - Engineering Technician III                                     24.04
  30084 - Engineering Technician IV                                      29.79
  30085 - Engineering Technician V                                       36.44
  30086 - Engineering Technician VI                                      37.46
  30090 - Environmental Technician                                       18.48
  30210 - Laboratory Technician                                          19.92
  30240 - Mathematical Technician                                        25.84
  30361 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant I                                    17.85
  30362 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant II                                   22.12
  30363 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant III                                  27.06
  30364 - Paralegal/Legal Assistant IV                                   32.73
  30390 - Photo-Optics Technician                                        25.84
  30461 - Technical Writer I                                             22.06
  30462 - Technical Writer II                                            26.98
  30463 - Technical Writer III                                           33.08
  30491 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician I                         22.74
  30492 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician II                        27.51
  30493 - Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Technician III                       32.91
  30494 - Unexploded (UXO) Safety Escort                                 22.74
  30495 - Unexploded (UXO) Sweep Personnel                               22.74
  30620 - Weather Observer, Combined Upper Air Or        (see   2)       23.26
  Surface Programs
  30621 - Weather Observer, Senior                       (see   2)       25.84
31000 - Transportation/Mobile Equipment Operation Occupations
  31020 - Bus Aide                                                       13.34
  31030 - Bus Driver                                                     16.73
  31043 - Driver Courier                                                 16.62
  31260 - Parking and Lot Attendant                                      10.85
  31290 - Shuttle Bus Driver                                             17.39
  31310 - Taxi Driver                                                    12.54
  31361 - Truckdriver, Light                                             17.39
  31362 - Truckdriver, Medium                                            20.24
  31363 - Truckdriver, Heavy                                             22.34
  31364 - Truckdriver, Tractor-Trailer                                   22.34
99000 - Miscellaneous Occupations




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  99030   -   Cashier                                                           10.21
  99050   -   Desk Clerk                                                        10.47
  99095   -   Embalmer                                                          25.38
  99251   -   Laboratory Animal Caretaker I                                     11.10
  99252   -   Laboratory Animal Caretaker II                                    11.61
  99310   -   Mortician                                                         27.92
  99410   -   Pest Controller                                                   18.06
  99510   -   Photofinishing Worker                                             13.18
  99710   -   Recycling Laborer                                                 18.08
  99711   -   Recycling Specialist                                              20.60
  99730   -   Refuse Collector                                                  16.80
  99810   -   Sales Clerk                                                       12.42
  99820   -   School Crossing Guard                                              9.87
  99830   -   Survey Party Chief                                                20.38
  99831   -   Surveying Aide                                                    10.53
  99832   -   Surveying Technician                                              16.55
  99840   -   Vending Machine Attendant                                         13.86
  99841   -   Vending Machine Repairer                                          17.25
  99842   -   Vending Machine Repairer Helper                                   14.77




____________________________________________________________________________________

ALL OCCUPATIONS LISTED ABOVE RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:

HEALTH & WELFARE: $3.50 per hour or $140.00 per week or $606.67 per month

VACATION: 2 weeks paid vacation after 1 year of service with a contractor or
successor; 3 weeks after 5 years, 4 weeks after 15 years, and 5 weeks after 25 years.
  Length of service includes the whole span of continuous service with the present
contractor or successor, wherever employed, and with the predecessor contractors in
the performance of similar work at the same Federal facility. (Reg. 29 CFR 4.173)

HOLIDAYS: A minimum of eleven paid holidays per year: New Year's Day, Martin
Luther King Jr's Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Good Friday, Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans' Day, Thanksgiving Day, and
Christmas Day. A contractor may substitute for any of the named holidays another
day off with pay in accordance with a plan communicated to the employees involved.)
(See 29 CFR 4.174)



THE OCCUPATIONS WHICH HAVE NUMBERED FOOTNOTES IN PARENTHESES RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING:

1) COMPUTER EMPLOYEES: Under the SCA at section 8(b), this wage determination does
not apply to any employee who individually qualifies as a bona fide executive,
administrative, or professional employee as defined in 29 C.F.R. Part 541. Because
most Computer System Analysts and Computer Programmers who are compensated at a rate
not less than $27.63 (or on a salary or fee basis at a rate not less than $455 per
week) an hour would likely qualify as exempt computer professionals, (29 C.F.R. 541.
400) wage rates may not be listed on this wage determination for all occupations
within those job families. In addition, because this wage determination may not
list a wage rate for some or all occupations within those job families if the survey
data indicates that the prevailing wage rate for the occupation equals or exceeds
$27.63 per hour conformances may be necessary for certain nonexempt employees. For
example, if an individual employee is nonexempt but nevertheless performs duties
within the scope of one of the Computer Systems Analyst or Computer Programmer
occupations for which this wage determination does not specify an SCA wage rate,
then the wage rate for that employee must be conformed in accordance with the




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conformance procedures described in the conformance note included on this wage
determination.

Additionally, because job titles vary widely and change quickly in the computer
industry, job titles are not determinative of the application of the computer
professional exemption. Therefore, the exemption applies only to computer employees
who satisfy the compensation requirements and whose primary duty consists of:
    (1) The application of systems analysis techniques and procedures, including
consulting with users, to determine hardware, software or system functional
specifications;
    (2) The design, development, documentation, analysis, creation, testing or
modification of computer systems or programs, including prototypes, based on and
related to user or system design specifications;
    (3) The design, documentation, testing, creation or modification of computer
programs related to machine operating systems; or
    (4) A combination of the aforementioned duties, the performance of which
requires the same level of skills. (29 C.F.R. 541.400).

2) AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS AND WEATHER OBSERVERS - NIGHT PAY & SUNDAY PAY: If you
work at night as part of a regular tour of duty, you will earn a night differential
and receive an additional 10% of basic pay for any hours worked between 6pm and 6am.
 If you are a full-time employed (40 hours a week) and Sunday is part of your
regularly scheduled workweek, you are paid at your rate of basic pay plus a Sunday
premium of 25% of your basic rate for each hour of Sunday work which is not overtime
(i.e. occasional work on Sunday outside the normal tour of duty is considered
overtime work).


HAZARDOUS PAY DIFFERENTIAL: An 8 percent differential is applicable to employees
employed in a position that represents a high degree of hazard when working with or
in close proximity to ordinance, explosives, and incendiary materials. This
includes work such as screening, blending, dying, mixing, and pressing of sensitive
ordance, explosives, and pyrotechnic compositions such as lead azide, black powder
and photoflash powder. All dry-house activities involving propellants or explosives.
  Demilitarization, modification, renovation, demolition, and maintenance operations
on sensitive ordnance, explosives and incendiary materials. All operations
involving regrading and cleaning of artillery ranges.

A 4 percent differential is applicable to employees employed in a position that
represents a low degree of hazard when working with, or in close proximity to
ordance, (or employees possibly adjacent to) explosives and incendiary materials
which involves potential injury such as laceration of hands, face, or arms of the
employee engaged in the operation, irritation of the skin, minor burns and the
like; minimal damage to immediate or adjacent work area or equipment being used.
All operations involving, unloading, storage, and hauling of ordance, explosive, and
incendiary ordnance material other than small arms ammunition. These differentials
are only applicable to work that has been specifically designated by the agency for
ordance, explosives, and incendiary material differential pay.

** UNIFORM ALLOWANCE **

If employees are required to wear uniforms in the performance of this contract
(either by the terms of the Government contract, by the employer, by the state or
local law, etc.), the cost of furnishing such uniforms and maintaining (by
laundering or dry cleaning) such uniforms is an expense that may not be borne by an
employee where such cost reduces the hourly rate below that required by the wage
determination. The Department of Labor will accept payment in accordance with the
following standards as compliance:

The contractor or subcontractor is required to furnish all employees with an
adequate number of uniforms without cost or to reimburse employees for the actual




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cost of the uniforms. In addition, where uniform cleaning and maintenance is made
the responsibility of the employee, all contractors and subcontractors subject to
this wage determination shall (in the absence of a bona fide collective bargaining
agreement providing for a different amount, or the furnishing of contrary
affirmative proof as to the actual cost), reimburse all employees for such cleaning
and maintenance at a rate of $3.35 per week (or $.67 cents per day). However, in
those instances where the uniforms furnished are made of "wash and wear"
materials, may be routinely washed and dried with other personal garments, and do
not require any special treatment such as dry cleaning, daily washing, or commercial
laundering in order to meet the cleanliness or appearance standards set by the terms
of the Government contract, by the contractor, by law, or by the nature of the work,
there is no requirement that employees be reimbursed for uniform maintenance costs.

The duties of employees under job titles listed are those described in the
"Service Contract Act Directory of Occupations", Fifth Edition, April 2006,
unless otherwise indicated. Copies of the Directory are available on the Internet. A
links to the Directory may be found on the WHD home page at http://www.dol.
gov/esa/whd/ or through the Wage Determinations On-Line (WDOL) Web site at
http://wdol.gov/.

REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION OF ADDITIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND WAGE RATE {Standard Form
1444 (SF 1444)}

Conformance Process:

The contracting officer shall require that any class of service employee which is
not listed herein and which is to be employed under the contract (i.e., the work to
be performed is not performed by any classification listed in the wage
determination), be classified by the contractor so as to provide a reasonable
relationship (i.e., appropriate level of skill comparison) between such unlisted
classifications and the classifications listed in the wage determination. Such
conformed classes of employees shall be paid the monetary wages and furnished the
fringe benefits as are determined. Such conforming process shall be initiated by
the contractor prior to the performance of contract work by such unlisted class(es)
of employees. The conformed classification, wage rate, and/or fringe benefits shall
be retroactive to the commencement date of the contract. {See Section 4.6 (C)(vi)}
When multiple wage determinations are included in a contract, a separate SF 1444
should be prepared for each wage determination to which a class(es) is to be
conformed.

The process for preparing a conformance request is as follows:

1) When preparing the bid, the contractor identifies the need for a conformed
occupation(s) and computes a proposed rate(s).

2) After contract award, the contractor prepares a written report listing in order
proposed classification title(s), a Federal grade equivalency (FGE) for each
proposed classification(s), job description(s), and rationale for proposed wage
rate(s), including information regarding the agreement or disagreement of the
authorized representative of the employees involved, or where there is no authorized
representative, the employees themselves. This report should be submitted to the
contracting officer no later than 30 days after such unlisted class(es) of employees
performs any contract work.

3) The contracting officer reviews the proposed action and promptly submits a report
of the action, together with the agency's recommendations and pertinent
information including the position of the contractor and the employees, to the Wage
and Hour Division, Employment Standards Administration, U.S. Department of Labor,
for review. (See section 4.6(b)(2) of Regulations 29 CFR Part 4).

4) Within 30 days of receipt, the Wage and Hour Division approves, modifies, or




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disapproves the action via transmittal to the agency contracting officer, or
notifies the contracting officer that additional time will be required to process
the request.

5) The contracting officer transmits the Wage and Hour decision to the contractor.

6) The contractor informs the affected employees.

Information required by the Regulations must be submitted on SF 1444 or bond paper.

When preparing a conformance request, the "Service Contract Act Directory of
Occupations" (the Directory) should be used to compare job definitions to insure
that duties requested are not performed by a classification already listed in the
wage determination. Remember, it is not the job title, but the required tasks that
determine whether a class is included in an established wage determination.
Conformances may not be used to artificially split, combine, or subdivide
classifications listed in the wage determination.




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