Construction safety management

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Construction safety management

  1. 1. Safety @ Construction Site
  2. 2. SAFETY PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Assignment of responsibility Hazard identification and control Training and communication Documentation and enforcement of safety rules
  3. 3. SAFETY PROGRAM Maintenance of safe working conditions Setting performance goals Rewarding safety performance Reviewing circumstances involved in incidents Taking appropriate correction actions
  4. 4. PERSONAL SAFETY EQUIPMENTS
  5. 5. SAFETY PROGRAM (CONTINUED)Establishing Safety performance objectives for all levels of managementIncluding safety as part of management performance reviewsMeasuring effectiveness
  6. 6. BENEFITS OF A SAFETY PROGRAM Reduced workers’ compensation claims Reduced expenses related to injuries and illnesses Reduced absenteeism Lower employee complaints Improved employee morale and satisfaction Increased productivity Reduction of hidden cost Reduced insurance cost
  7. 7. HIDDEN COST Workers Compensation Cost Replacement and training cost for new or substitute employee Poor Quality Penalties for non-compliance
  8. 8. PLANNING A PROJECT Develop goals and objectives Define project team Project manager Site Supervisor Site Safety Other Programs
  9. 9. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIESSupervisors/Management Establish safe work practices Enforce safety rules and regulations Train employees how to avoid hazards Enforce reporting work-related injuries, illnesses, and near misses Investigate causes of incidents or near misses Take the appropriate action to prevent recurrence Ensure prompt medical attention
  10. 10. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (CONTINUED)Safety CoordinatorDevelop and implement accident prevention programsAdvise management on company policies and governmental regulationsEvaluate effectiveness of existing safety programsTrain management in safety observation techniques
  11. 11. POOR SAFETY PRACTICES
  12. 12. GOOD SAFETY PRACTICES
  13. 13. IMPLEMENTING THE WORK PLAN Essential in reducing injuries and illnesses Maintains a safe environment Designed to protect employees, company’s facilities, and local community
  14. 14. WORK PLAN (CONTINUED)Pre-entry briefing to alert personnel of hazardsConduct Job Hazard Analysis as appropriatePeriodic safety inspectionCorrect known deficienciesMust be available for review and updated as required
  15. 15. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Company Policies Site Description, Background Site Security Emergency Response
  16. 16. IDENTIFYING PROJECT-SPECIFICREQUIREMENTSJob Hazard Analysis Select activities with highest risk Break activity into individual components Identify potential hazards in each component Develop procedures to eliminate/reduce hazard
  17. 17. CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATIONMust complete prequalification Incident rates OSHA recordable cases General company information Safety programs Medical surveillance programs Management philosophy

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