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Construction safety management

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  • 1. Safety @ Construction Site
  • 2. SAFETY PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT Assignment of responsibility Hazard identification and control Training and communication Documentation and enforcement of safety rules
  • 3. SAFETY PROGRAM Maintenance of safe working conditions Setting performance goals Rewarding safety performance Reviewing circumstances involved in incidents Taking appropriate correction actions
  • 4. PERSONAL SAFETY EQUIPMENTS
  • 5. SAFETY PROGRAM (CONTINUED)Establishing Safety performance objectives for all levels of managementIncluding safety as part of management performance reviewsMeasuring effectiveness
  • 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. HIDDEN COST Workers Compensation Cost Replacement and training cost for new or substitute employee Poor Quality Penalties for non-compliance
  • 8. PLANNING A PROJECT Develop goals and objectives Define project team Project manager Site Supervisor Site Safety Other Programs
  • 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. 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. POOR SAFETY PRACTICES
  • 12. GOOD SAFETY PRACTICES
  • 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. 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. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Company Policies Site Description, Background Site Security Emergency Response
  • 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. CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATIONMust complete prequalification Incident rates OSHA recordable cases General company information Safety programs Medical surveillance programs Management philosophy

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