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The primary purpose of this standard is to assist construction owners, project constructors and contractors in making pre-project and pre-task safety and health planning a standard part of their planning processes. This standard is also intended to assist owners in establishing a process for...
The primary purpose of this standard is to assist construction owners, project constructors and contractors in making pre-project and pre-task safety and health planning a standard part of their planning processes. This standard is also intended to assist owners in establishing a process for evaluating project constructor candidate safety and health performance and planning practicies.
1. General 1.1 Scope 1.2 Purpose 1.3 Exceptions 2. References 3. Definitions 4. Construction Owners - Pre-Post Safety and Health Planning 4.1 General Responsibilities in Safety and Health Planning 4.2 Construction Safety and Health in Project Design 4.3 Project Constructor Candidate Evaluations 5. Project Constructors – Pre-Project Safety and Health Planning 5.1 General Responsibilities in Project Safety and Health Planning 5.2 Project Hazard Identification 5.3 Project Specific Safety and Health Plan 5.4 Planning for Safety and Health with Contractor Candidates 5.5 Contractor Candidate Evaluations 6. Project Constructors – Pre-Task Safety and Health Planning 6.1 Coordination of Pre-Task Planning with Contractors 7. Contractors – Pre-Project Safety and Health Planning 7.1 General Responsibilities in Project Safety and Health Planning 7.2 Project Hazard Identification 7.3 Project Specific Safety and Health Plan 7.4 Planning for Safety and Health with Sub-Tier Contractor Candidates 7.5 Sub-Tier Contractor Candidate Evaluations 7.6 Safety and Health Training 7.7 Construction Equipment 8. Contractors – Pre-Task Safety and Health Planning 8.1 Task Hazard Analysis 8.2 Task Specific Safety and Health Training 8.3 Safety Equipment Appendixes: A A10.1 Outline B Safety and Health Performance Measurement Criteria Guidelines C Project Hazard Identification Guidelines for Project Constructors and Contractors D Task Hazard Analysis Guidelines
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