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Multi-employer Jobsite Safety Session 6. Performance Objectives. Understand contractual relationships and their effect on site safety Supervise safety policy and procedures on multiple-employer jobsites Coordinate safety compliance as the controlling site safety contractor

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performance objectives
Performance Objectives
  • Understand contractual relationships and their effect on site safety
  • Supervise safety policy and procedures on multiple-employer jobsites
  • Coordinate safety compliance as the controlling site safety contractor
  • Resolve safety issues and problems through joint efforts with other on-site contractors

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contractual relationships
Contractual Relationships
  • Multi-employer sites have various contractual relationships
    • General contractors
    • Multiple prime contractors
    • Construction managers
    • Sub or specialty contractors
  • Other contracts
    • Insurance wrapups
    • Risk transfer

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accountability
Accountability
  • Supervisor’s options to enforce accountability:
    • Verbal notice
    • Written notice
    • Correct and charge
    • Removal

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overall safety concerns
Overall Safety Concerns
  • Site access and security
  • Equipment used by multiple contractors
  • Overhead protection
  • Site traffic flows and equipment movements
  • Foundation excavations
  • Perimeter fall protection
  • Temporary electrical and site lighting
  • Access scaffolds used by multiple contractors
  • Site housekeeping
  • Site-wide Hazcom program
  • Site fire protection

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individual examples
Individual Examples
  • Single-use cranes and forklifts
  • Utility excavations
  • Steel erection
  • Pre-cast erection
  • Wood or metal framing
  • Masonry wall construction
  • Single-use scaffolds
  • Roofing work
  • Individual housekeeping
  • Management of own MSDSs
  • Hot work
  • Confined space entry

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handling safety problems
Handling Safety Problems
  • Don’t make mountains out of molehills
  • Stick to real safety concerns
  • Settle problems immediately and at the lowest possible level
  • Listen to the other contractors’ explanations
  • Try talking about it first, and then put it in writing

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safety problems continued
Safety Problems (Continued)
  • Use logic in your requests rather than loud volume or threats
  • Find alternative methods or schedules to avoid hazards and confrontations
  • Do not ignore written or spoken safety concerns
  • Protect your employees
  • Document everything

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session 6 summary
Session 6 Summary
  • Understand that different contractual relationship affect safety responsibilities
  • Recognize that the controlling contractor has ultimate authority over safety issues on site
  • The supervisor should resolve issues at the worksite level

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