Advise Contractor and encourage correction
Withhold Current Estimate
ACTIONS WHICH MAY BE TAKEN
Shut down that particular phase of the work
Shut down the entire job
(c) Contractor's Safety Program. In the letter setting up the Pre-Construction Conference, the Resident Engineer shall request that the Contractor submit his written construction safety program at the conference. This requirement is mandatory on all jobs, regardless of project funding (Federal Aid, State, State Aid, etc.)
The Contractor's Safety Program shall contain the following at a minimum:
Job Supervisor and Assistants, if any, who will be responsible for implementing the program.
OSHA Standards applicable to the work (may be listed or by reference).
Method(s) used to advise employees of the Safety Program.
Emergency contact phone numbers for off-hour emergencies. The Safety Program shall be written on the Contractor's letterhead or must be
verified in an acceptable manner by a company official.
The Resident Engineer should cover, at the Pre-Construction Conference and to the extent necessary, the requirements of OSHA relative to the priority areas which are
applicable to the job. It should be meeting ALL the requirements of monitoring on the priority areas.
emphasized that the Contractor is responsible for OSHA, even though we are concentrating our The Contractor should be advised that flagrant
violations on the job
of any standard which obviously could result in serious harm to any individual will be pointed out and immediate corrective action will be expected.