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Discussion regarding Vision Statement and Guiding Principles—Bryan
Common Safety Hazards on our Jobsites
Scaffold Safety Video
VISION STATEMENT “ We continually build a legacy of trust by delivering buildings of value grounded on a supportive culture that promotes success for our employees, client and industry partners.”
GUIDING PRINCIPLES RESPECT We develop relationships through mutual respect and cooperation. RESPONSIBILITY We fulfill commitments and accept responsibility for our actions. FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY We manage money responsibly for the company and our clients. PROCESS We acknowledge, understand and adhere to established protocols and procedures. REPUTATION We continually build our reputation for exceptional work and quality of character. LIFE BALANCE We seek balance between our personal and corporate lives. LEARNING We support continual personal and professional growth. SAFETY AND HEALTH We create a work atmosphere that emphasizes safe work practices and individual well being.
Correct design of support systems, shield systems, and other protective systems
Appropriate handling of materials and equipment
Attention to correct installation and removal
Protection of employees at excavations
Protect Employees Exposed to Potential Cave Ins
Slope or bench the sides of the excavation
Type A ¾:1
Type B 1:1
Type C 1 ½:1
Support the sides of the excavation, or
Place a shield between the side of the excavation and the work area
When a protective system has been installed in an excavation, but the system does not reach ground level, then if sloping is selected as the option to protect workers, the protective system must extend above the vertical side of the trench a minimum of 18 inches
Account for all workers to determine who might be trapped
DO collect materials and equipment that may be useful to the emergency responders DO NOT use a backhoe or excavator to dig victim (s) out. You may injure or kill them. DO MOVE vehicles and equipment away from trench and shut down DO NOT move anything at the edge of the trench that might help locate the victim. (Tools, rope) DO mark the location of the trapped workers. Place a hardhat on the ground. DO NOT enter or allow anyone else to enter the trench. You may also become a victim. DO look to make sure victim is trapped, they may not be DO NOT panic. You need to be as calm as possible to be effective NEXT ACTIONS TO DO WHAT NOT TO DO!!!!