Weekly safety meetings are held on the jobsite. All employees and subcontractors are required to attend. The meetings may cover a range of safety-related topics. The format and content of the meeting is up to the discretion of the superintendent. Monthly safety meetings are held for all foremen, superintendents, project managers, project engineers, and other management personnel. These meetings are for the purpose of discussing companywide safety issues and providing continued safety training and education. Safety meeting documents are located in section I of this SSSP binder.
5.3 OSHA Inspection Procedures
To establish uniform procedures to coordinate management involvement in the event of an OSHA inspection.
2. Presentation of Credentials and Opening Conference
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• Silica Dust prevention and protection - Need talk about what Silica dust is and how we can prevent it on site as well as what PPE needs to be worn in order to protect oneself.
• Ladders - Aluminum ladders are strictly prohibited on site. Ladders need to be 1.5 times the height of the ladder away from the edge.
• Using proper fall protection on anything that exposes you to a fall of 6 feet or more. (exception is when proper use of an A frame step ladder is used)
• Scaffolding needs to be inspected daily by the competent person.
• Use proper caps for exposed rebar. (Must have steel plate imbedded inside the plastic cap)
• All piers and excavations are required to have a 6 foot perimeter around the hole/excavation to prevent objects from falling inside the hole.
• Be cautious when doing work where one is exposed to the street. The project is located in Downtown Dallas and street traffic as well as foot traffic can pose a potential