The YouTube video "Building Destruction Inside" highlights four demolition methods. Building inspectors call for the demolition of a building when it becomes a hazard. Or when a building causes danger. Another reason a building might be demolished is to make way for another building. The idea of demolishing a building brings up several thoughts.
What about the surrounding area? Will it cause debris in the air like fine particles? Are these particles harmful to ingest? What measures are taken to protect the public?
Demolition companies are well-versed in the art of demolishing buildings. It's their responsibility to ensure the safety of everyone. Both those working on the demolishing and the public. Demolition companies adopt various safety measures to ensure safety. For example, all workers get proper education and training. All employees wear personal protective gear. In addition, all staff on site are made aware of asbestos and its hazards.
The demolition may cause dust particles in the air. These dust particles can be inhaled and sit inside the lungs. Therefore, demolition companies put measures in place to reduce dust particles. For example, they might wet the surface before a demolition. Of course, even with all these safety measures, demolition is still a dangerous project..