Site Specific Safety Plan (3SP) - Construction Employers Association

Report
SITE SPECIFIC
SAFETY PLAN
(3SP)
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AGENDA
Introductions
 Purpose of a 3SP
 Overview of Sections of a 3SP
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 Pat
McMillen – Gilbane Building Company
 Dave Valentine – Panzica Construction
 Ryan Nicholson – The Ruhlin Company
 Tom Lippert – The Albert M. Higley Company
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SECTION 1 EXECUTIVE SAFETY COMMITMENT
Senior executive signs
 Superintendent/Foreman signs
 Onsite Safety Professional signs
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Sets the tone
 Everyone hears what the owner has to say
regarding safety
 Sets the Attitude
 Sets the Expectations
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SECTION 2 ON-SITE SAFETY COORDINATOR
This person has specific safety oversight
responsibilities
 May be the superintendent or foreman but with
the understanding that at least 10% of the time,
safety will occupy their duties; depending on risk
level of work
 The on-site safety coordinator must have an OSHA
30 certification within the past 5 years and a first
aid/CPR certification within the past 2 years
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SECTION 3 SCOPE OF WORK
Detail your own scope of work
 Detail what work will be subcontracted all the
way down (3rd or 4th tier subcontractors)
 Commit to flow down and enforce all safety
requirements to all levels of subcontractors
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SECTION 4 SAFETY ORIENTATION
Data indicates that many employees are
injured on “new” jobs
 The message is consistent
 Employees on site can not say “I did not know”
 Gives Controlling Contractor the opportunity to
check paperwork
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SECTION 5 EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN
Presented as part of the Site Orientation
 As the name indicates---What to do in case of
an emergency on site
 Developed by the Controlling Contractor, or
Owner of building if in place
 Work with local Fire and Police to develop
 Where is your roll call location?
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SECTION 6 SAFETY VIOLATION DISCIPLINE
Intended to correct unsafe behavior
 Helps Safety Person know what areas of
program need reinforcing
 Demonstrates a commitment by the employer
 May help in an OSHA inspection, or accident
investigation
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SECTION 7 DRUG FREE WORKPLACE PROGRAM
North East Ohio largely adopted the Construction
Industry Substance Abuse Program (CISAP)
 This policy sets the standards for substance abuse
rules, thresholds, and actions to take if violated
 If your policy is more restrictive, ok
 If not, on jobs where CISAP is adopted by the CM,
your employees will need to be tested to these
standards
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SECTION 8 COMPETENT/QUALIFIED PEOPLE
OSHA defines a competent person as one who is
capable of identifying existing and predictable
hazards in the workplace which are hazardous to
employees and who has authorization to take
prompt corrective measures to eliminate them.
 OSHA defines a qualified person as one who by
possession of a recognized degree, certificate or
professional standing, or who by extensive
knowledge, training and experience, has
successfully demonstrated his/her ability to solve
or resolve problems related to the work or project.
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SECTION 9 JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS (JHA)
Complete prior to the project for major activities
 Review with crew and implement hazard
controls
 Living and Breathing document at the work
area
 It’s all about the “Attitude”
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SECTION 10 SPECIFIC SAFETY PROTOCOLS
Your specific activities and special procedures
 Unique hazards to your work
 Specific company policies
 How will you adapt to the Owner/Client’s
requirements?
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SECTION 11 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL COMMUNICATION
The purpose for having an MSDS on the job site
is to assist workers to take necessary
precautions or actions when working with
hazardous substances
 If your MSDSs are not immediately accessible,
they are of no use
 Provide all MSDSs used on only this project,
provide a table of contents and number the
pages
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SECTION 12 RECURRING SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
Weekly Tool Box Training
 Incident reporting and investigation
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 First-Aid
injuries (the ‘Boo Boos’)
 Near-Hits
 Hazards Recognition (Incentive?)
 Random safety talks, Safety suggestions
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SECTION 12 (CONTINUED)
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Daily STA/JSA
 What
is the difference?
 Different Acronyms
 STA,
DTP, SA, JSA, Moring Briefing, Daily Huddle,
 Who
needs them?
 Who participates?
 What is the Basis?
 Hopeful outcome?
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SECTION 12 (CONTINUED..)
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Equipment and pre-use checklists
 Operator
familiar with components?
 Manuals in the machine
 Are annual and frequent inspections completed
and documented by a qualified mechanic
 Is a pre-use inspection completed prior to each use
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Provide inspection checklists for any high risk
activity (scaffold, trenching, confined space..)
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SUMMARY
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For an electronic copy of a 3SP template and
associated checklist, please refer to the CEA
website or provide your business card/email
address to one of the 3SP facilitators after this
briefing
QUESTIONS??
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