1. Safety assessment: Conduct a safety assessment before conducting any demolition operations. The evaluation work should include understanding the structure, materials, and fixing methods of the bridge, and identifying potential risks and safety measures that may exist during the demolition process.
2. Demolition plan: Develop a detailed demolition plan based on the results of the safety assessment. The plan should cover the sequence of dismantling, required tools and equipment, dismantling steps, and methods of disposing of waste.
3. Preparation: Ensure that appropriate tools and equipment are available, which may include wrenches, ladders, screwdrivers, power tools, etc. At the same time, prepare necessary personal protective equipment such as gloves, goggles, and earplugs.
4. Demolition process: Demolition shall be carried out according to the predetermined plan. Use appropriate tools for disassembly as needed, and it may be necessary to remove fixing bolts or nuts, and use a wrench or electric tool to loosen the connecting parts. Be careful during the demolition process to ensure that it does not cause damage to surrounding structures, cables, or other equipment.
5. Disposal of waste: After the demolition is completed, the generated waste should be properly disposed of. According to local environmental regulations, classify waste, such as treating metal and non-metal parts separately, and choose appropriate waste disposal methods, such as recycling or safe disposal.
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