Audit

Introduction of yourself and what you do on the project Key elements: How long you have worked for the company or on the project Conversation on your impressions of the safety program on this project Explain what you do to support the safety efforts of the team

Present and review your personal safety plan (PSPS) with the new hire(s) and review theirs Key elements: Why you work safe Cover the three action items in safety that you have committed to Finalize the new hires PSP and add to their employee file and post in their work location

Reinforce our Kiewit Safety culture Key elements: Make sure you have clear directions on what you are supposed to do Actively participate in all safety training conducted on the project The "First rule of Safety" and our core attitude "If it is not right fix it!"

Emphasis our commitment to "Nobody gets Hurt" Key elements: Everyone has a responsibility to think about their safety before they do anything We expect an incident free performance in every task we perform Management commitment Employee engagement - it our program (Set expectation of participation) Their participation in the development of the Hazard Analysis

Conduct Listen up /Speak up Training Key elements: Success is dependent on team effort Safety is personal - we show we care for one another Explain their role in our "employee engagement program" Review the "Green Card" and set use expectations Discuss how the gathered information helps you make decision on the course of our safety efforts.

Q and A

General Superintendent's Signature
Employee Signature
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