What Is A Site Specific Safety Plan?
A Site Specific Safety Plan is a document that outlines health and safety requirements and risk management for a specific jobsite. Its purpose is to help eliminate accidents and injuries that occur most often on a specific type of jobsite.
What Is Covered In a Site Specific Safety Plan?
- Project Details – name, address, management and competent persons along with their areas of expertise (as needed)
- Scope of Work – the type of work you will be performing on-site, which can usually be copied from your written contract
- Site Safety Requirements – any safety requirements specified by the project owner, construction managers or general contractors
Example Topics in Site-Specific Safety Plans
- Accident & Injury Protection
- Construction Equipment Safety
- Emergency Action Plan & First Aid
- Fall Protection
- Hazard Communication
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Safety Meetings
- Safety Roles & Responsibilities, Including Employees