1. Safety policy of the Company
We are proud to say than our company has not faced a dangerous accident during work implemented since the year 2000 till this moment, we are aware of all safety measures taken during work implementation. These safety precautions costs the company about 3-4% of the total cost of each contract, but its not the profit is our first aim but it’s the safety and the security of the people who are working in the project that takes the maximum importance in work.
All safety requirements as set by Safety Requirements Manual, EM 385-1-1 dated 1 November, 2004, and such additional measures as the Contracting Officer may determine to be necessary will be strictly adhered. There will be a wide concurrence by the project and corporate personnel (project manager, superintendent, project safety manager, project QC ) to drive the safety requirements in the correct side according to this safety plan.
2- Responsibilities and Duties
Our company has already assigned the people who will be working in this project. We will have a pre- construction meeting with the client, in which to declare his requirements for the Job site safety meetings will be held weekly and will require the participation of all employees.
3- Subject material
Subject material will be the safety program and accident prevention plan and any unsafe conditions, which have been observed by anyone during the preceding week. Discussions will cover the feature of work being done and/or to be done prior to the next meeting. An Activity phase Hazard Analysis Plan will be completed and submitted to the COR prior to communication of each phase of work.
Whenever safety deviations or violations are reported by the Contracting Officer’s Authorized Representative, immediate remedial action will be taken and all work in the affected area will be halted until corrections are made. A safety deficiency tracking system will be maintained to track outstanding safety issues until resolution; these will be posted on the job site bulletin board.
Training shall be provided to ensure that the purpose and function of the hazardous energy control procedures are understood by employees and that employees possess the knowledge and skills required for the safe application, usage, and removal of energy controls.
A- Each authorised employee shall receive training in the recognition of hazardous energy sources, the type and magnitude of energy available in the workplace, and the methods and means for energy isolation and control.
B- Each affected employee shall be instructed in the purpose and use of the energy control procedures.
C- All incidental personnel shall be informed of the procedures and prohibitions relating to restarting or reenergizing systems which are locked or tagged out.
D- When tag-out systems are used, employees shall be trained in the limitations of tags.
E- All the new employee will be trained to ensure that they follow the safety requirements that they follow the safety requirements
Employees shall be retrained in hazardous energy control procedures whenever:
A- There is a change in their job assignments, a change in systems or processes that present a new energy control hazard, or a change in energy procedures, or
b- Periodic inspection reveals, or there is reason to suspect the presence of, inadequacies in or deviations from the employee’s knowledge or use of energy control procedures.
4. inspection for safety Requirements:
Safety inspections will be conducted on a daily basis. Site inspections will be conducted by the Site Safety Officer to ensure operations are conducted in accordance with the Safety Plan. Inspection findings will be reported on the Job Site Safety Checklist.
Items to be checked during daily inspection are:
- Sanitary requirements mentioned above.
- Safety clothes and tools.
- Electric installations and correct wiring.
- Clearance of site of work and working passages.
- safety requirements for all equipment at site of work (to be checked by the maintenance team on daily basis and a report is submitted to the safety manager)
- Safety requirements for all scaffolding (to be checked daily by the responsible foreman and reported to the safety manager)
- Safety requirements for all excavations according to EM38S, 1-1 requirements.
- Stability of the erection of the structure and roof (to be checked daily by the responsible site engineer and responsible foreman and reported to the safety manager).
- requirements for cranes works in the site.
5. Company’s Safety Policy:
The company has set all the duties of the key personnel in terms of safety and security. And there will be a daily record for all events that will be revised and approved by the general manager. The general manager set an honor and prize for all workers who keep all safety requirements set by safety people and also anyone who will violate the safety requirements will be fired from the work. This includes the project manager down to the least employee in the company at site.
6- Accident Reporting:
All accidents shall be reported in accordance with AR385-40 and applicable supplements.
Any lost time injury or accident involving property damage will be investigated by the Safety Manager and a report made to the Contracting Officer within 24 hours of the incident.
In the event that an employee is sent to a doctor for treatment of an on-site injury, he will be required to obtain a release from the doctor stating that he is either fit for duty or fit for light duty before he will be allowed to resume working.
Each employer must maintain, in each location, a log and summary of all recordable injuries and illnesses (resulting in a fatality, hospitalization, lost workdays, medical treatment, job transfer or termination, or loss of consciousness)for that location, and enter each recordable event no later than 6 working days after receiving the information. Where the complete log and summary records are maintained at a place other than the establishment, a copy of the log that reflects the injury and illnesses experience of the establishment must be complete and current to date within 45 calendar days and must be available at the original site. In addition to the log of occupational injuries and illnesses, each employer must have available for inspection as each establishment within 6 working days after notification of a recordable case, a supplementary record for each occupational injure or illness for that establishment.
Each employer must post annual summary of occupational injuries and illnesses for each establishment.