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This presentation provides a mock site induction and serves to help those people in the process of preparing and delivering site inductions Remember -- it is a legal requirement that all personnel receive an appropriate site induction before they commence work on any site The site induction communicates essential information regarding the site, the working methods and health and safety management All attendees of the site induction are required to sign a register to confirm their attendance and their agreement to abide by the principal contractors policies, procedures and rules and to follow the agreed method of working Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson Site Induction Presentation ABC Contracting
Site operating hours are: Monday--Thursday8.30am to 5.00pm Friday8.30am to 4.00pm Anyone wishing to work outside these hours must get permission from the site manager of the principal contractor ABC Construction prior to extended working. All personnel are to sign in and out at the site office everyday -- a swipe card system is also in operation for signing in and signing out. This is compulsory All site visitors are required to sign in/out using the visitors book in reception Be considerate and co-operative at all times This site conforms to the Considerate Contractors Scheme Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson Site Induction Presentation Site Working Hours ABC Contracting
The Isaac Newton University Building Address ABC Construction Ltd Site office City Centre Square Newtown upon Sea NE1 2SE Telephone Fax This is a confined city centre site -- as shown on the following diagram. Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson Site Safety Induction Site Location ABC Contracting
(Example) Plan of the Site 1 way vehicle & plant route Storage/ facilities (Phase 1) Existing University Buildings First Aid Station Fire assembly point Offices & canteen facilities (2 storey) City Centre Square Pedestrian Access only Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson
Principal Contractors Site Management Team Andrew Gregson (Site Manager) Eloise Hodder (Site Safety Supervisor) First Aiders : Mark Geoffreys; Garrath Matthews; Muriel Griffiths Please refer to the Site Organisation and Emergency Procedure Chart that has been placed upon the site notice board for further detail Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson ABC Contracting
Welfare Facilities The following welfare facilities are provided on site: Toilets Washing areas (with hot & cold running water) A Drying Room A Canteen Please remember when using the canteen facilities to place all rubbish into the bins provided. This will greatly assist the cleaner. Please refer to the site layout chart on the notice board for the location of these facilities. Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson
Site Rules This is a Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) site. Only persons holding an appropriate CSCS card will be permitted to work on this site. CSCS cards must be carried by all personnel at all times whilst on site. All personnel must receive a site induction prior to commencing work on site. No induction, no work. All site personnel must sign in and out of site -- by use of a swipe card. This should be done individually and never on the behalf of other persons. Appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) is to be worn by all persons on site at all times. Drugs and alcohol will not be tolerated on his site. Anyone found under the influence will be disciplined and removed from site immediately. No radios or other such musical equipment are permitted on this site. Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson The following site rules are to be adhered to at all times:
Site Rules (continued) All food and drink is to be consumed within the prescribed welfare facilities compound. Use the rubbish bins provided and be minded not to leave scraps of food as these could attract vermin. The use of mobile phones is not permitted on this site, except within the site offices and canteen. Anyone found using a mobile phone on site will be disciplined and removed from site immediately. Keep all areas of the site tidy and free from discarded materials. A yellow card/red card scheme is in operation on this site. Ensure mechanical and electrical equipment is stored in the metal site compound containers at the end of each day. Inform site management immediately should you discover any hazardous materials or activity. This is a no smoking site. Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson The following site rules are to be adhered to at all times:
Site Rules (continued) 13. Do not interfere with or remove any signage, fencing or dust screens without expressed permission. 14. Do not interfere with existing gas, water or electric services which may become exposed during construction. 15. Do not interfere with any scaffolding or access equipment. Only suitably qualified persons, with expressed written permission are permitted to assemble, alter and dissemble such equipment. 16. All materials brought onto the site are safely handled, stored and disposed of in compliance with the current Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 17.Only suitable trained employees are permitted to use the plant and equipment on the site. Sub-contractors are to provide their own plant and equipment at all times. Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson The following site rules are to be adhered to at all times:
Site Rules (continued) 18. Operatives who are required to erect, alter or dismantle scaffold towers must have the appropriate level of training and those undertaking inspection and signing off as safe must be formally qualified to do so. Evidence of training certificates must be retained on site. 19. Misuse of equipment or unsafe practices will not be tolerated. Anyone found undertaking or permitting this will be subject to disciplinary action. 20. No work activities will be permitted to commence until a suitable risk assessment and method statement has been submitted to (and agreed with) the principal contractor for inclusion within the H&S plan. Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson The following site rules are to be adhered to at all times:
Site Hazards Significant Hazards The current significant hazards on this site include: Confined spaces in the basement area Crane lifts The movement of plant Temporary barriers Working at height Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson
Site Housekeeping Always ensure that your work area is tidy and free from any rubbish. A waste compound is provide on site for the orderly disposal of waste materials. A site recycling compound is also provided -- please make full use of this facility. This site operates a yellow card/red card scheme -- clean up your work area. Rubbish is a hazard -- contractors not cleaning up during and after their work will be issued with warnings. Any cleaning costs incurred by principal contractors having to tidy up after contractors will be passed on to the offending contractor. Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson
First Aid The appointed first aiders on this site are Damien Duff, Shay Given and Graham Souness Each of these people are suitably trained and possess a current first aid certificate This site has first aid boxes located in the site office and by the stairwell on floor level Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson
Accident Reporting All accidents are to be logged in the accident book The accident book is located in the site office Sub-contractors who posses their own accident book must also enter all accidents into the site accident book Any accidents/incidents that are reportable under RIDDOR are to be reported immediately to the site safety supervisor, Eloise Hodder Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson
Fire Safety Most fires can be prevented with simple precautions. If a fire does occur: Raise the alarm. This site now has a fully automatic alarm Locate an escape route. This site has two escape routes which are the stairwells at either side. These stairwells have fire doors and emergency lighting. It is vital these routes are kept clear at all times Make your way calmly to the designated meeting point, and stay there. This is very important as a full register will be taken to ensure everybody is present This sites fire marshals are Andrew Gregson and Lucy Thomas. Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson
Fire Fighting Equipment In the event that you tackle a small fire -- always position yourself between the fire and your escape route. Types of Fire Extinguishers BS EN 3:1996 The content of an extinguisher are indicated by the colour band on the body of the extinguisher Red WATER -- for wood, paper, textile and solid material fires. Do NOT use on liquid, electrical or metal fires. BluePOWDER -- for liquid and electric fires. Do NOT use on metal fires. BlackCARBON DIOXIDE -- for liquid and electrical fires. Do NOT use on metal fires. CreamFOAM -- for liquid fires. Do NOT use on electrical or metal fires Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson
Remember - the wearing of suitable PPE is compulsory at all times Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson
Thank you Any questions ? Please remember to study the notice board. You must successfully complete the brief induction assessment and sign the induction attendance register before commencing work Howarth and Watson, Construction Safety Management. © 2009 by Tim Howarth and Paul Watson ABC Contracting
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