Site Specific Safety Plan
We create a site specific safety plan for each site we work on outlining the details below. All personnel are required to review this plan before starting work on the site.
Emergency Contact Information
All personnel are provided with emergency contact information, as well as the location of the nearest hospital.
Work Site Security
Access control to the site is important for maintaining security in the event of an emergency. We require all personnel to sign-in/out at a predetermined site location before entering or exiting the site.
Process Hazard Review
We conduct a full review of all potential hazards that may be encountered throughout the project. All potential hazards are identified and control measures are explained to all personnel. All personnel are then required to sign off on their process hazard review. If any changes are made to the process hazard review, each worker is made aware of the changes immediately.
All site supervisors are trained in first aid and CPR, and are equipped with first aid boxes. Any personnel who requires medical first aid are instructed to report to the supervisor visor immediately. A worker injury report is then completed and reported to SRS management within 24 hours.
Site specific evacuation procedures are reviewed with all personnel working on site. All personnel made aware of the closest exits to be used in the case of an emergency. We also establish a gathering location for personnel to meet in case of an emergency.
The following are the training requirements for each project we work on:
– “Site specific training” required by all workers
– “Fall protection training” required by all workers
– “Hot work procedure training” required by all workers who may execute hot works
– “Propane training” for all workers that will be handling propane cylinders/torches/heaters
– “Powered elevating work platform training” for all workers that will be using man-lifts as well as the ground supervisor
– “Heavy equipment operator training” for all heavy equipment operators working on site
Regular Safety Talks
Daily Safety Work Instructions – Prior to starting work each day, site supervisors reviews the scheduled work for that day with all personnel. The supervisor refers to the parts of the Process Hazard Review that are applicable for that day. Each worker is required to sign off that they were present for the safety talk, and that they are aware of the hazards presented to them.
Toolbox Safety Talks – Weekly safety meetings are conducted by site supervisors with all personnel. The meeting emphasizes current and upcoming safety concerns as well as control measures. During these meetings, we also review the safety performance of the past week and how we can improve for future weeks.
Regular Site Inspections
Weekly Site Inspections – The supervisors conduct weekly site inspections using the SRS Supervisor’s Weekly Inspection checklist. The checklist identifies deficiencies and corrective actions to be taken.
Monthly Safety Audits – Monthly audits are conducted by site supervisors. The audit is carried out using a more in-depth checklist than the supervisor weekly checklist. This audit also includes fire extinguisher checks.
Monthly Worker PPE Audit – At least once per month a worker PPE audit is conducted by the site supervisor, foreman, or safety coordinator.
Equipment Inspections – Operators will conduct daily inspections of the equipment on site. Mobile equipment is inspected using the manufacturer equipment checklist. Deficiencies are to be reported via the checklist unless the defect prevents safe use of the equipment. If defects prevent safe use of the equipment, the operator must report the defects to the supervisor for removal of equipment from service until repairs are conducted.