1.) Contractor has implemented a comprehensive written safety and health program based on ANSI
A10.38-1991 or the OSHA 1989 Safety And Health Program Management Guidelines, and has site specific safety plans for all of the contractor’s worksites.

2.) Contractor maintains a copy of its specialty contractor’s safety and health plan, hazard communication plan, and fall protection plan (where applicable) or contractor requires specialty contractor to follow participant’s plan.

3.) Contractor has an employee who administers the firm’s safety and health program and conducts documented safety inspections. The employee has completed the OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course Outreach or equivalent within the previous three years.

4.) Contractor has designated safety personnel at each site who conduct documented safety inspections of all work on the contractors’ projects and through training and experience, can recognize hazards and have authority to take prompt corrective action. Training equivalent to the OSHA 10 Hr Construction Outreach Course is satisfactory.

5.) Contractor has trained all field supervisory personnel to the equivalent of at least OSHA 10 Hr construction safety course and has provided additional training for competent persons in such areas as scaffolding, excavation, fall protection, crane operations, etc. (This additional training will be predicted by the type and scope of the work the contractor routinely conducts.)

6.) Contractor provides a safety and health program orientation for all new employees and trains employees for hazard recognition specific to the contractor’s work sites.

7.) Contractor has evidence of employee involvement such as, but not limited to, participation
in self-audits, site inspections, job hazard analyses, safety and health program reviews, safety training and mishap investigations.

8.) Contractor maintains a substance abuse program.

9.) Contractor conducts and documents weekly employee safety meetings.

10.) Contractor conducts and documents self-audits.

11.) Contractor has a six-foot fall protection policy.

12.) Contractor maintains a total case injury/illness incidence rate that is 10% less the most current Bureau of Labor Statistics national Rate for its SIC.

13.) Contractor has not had any willful violations in the last three years.

14.) Contractor has not had any repeated serious violations in the last 1 year.

15.) Contractor has not had any fatalities or catastrophes resulting in citations within the last year.

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Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.