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The safety plan is something that needs to be developed by every site manager and operating company prior to starting any construction job. Once developed the safety plan should be placed into a training program that is required to be participated in by every site worker prior to partaking in any job found on the site regardless of the jobs simplicity. The safety plan needs to incorporate every aspect of the job environment so that no site worker is endangered. An effectively implemented safety plan not only protects site workers but also protects the construction companies when workers take it upon themselves to violate the safety idea.
When looking into developing a construction safety plan the first thing you should look at is any construction safety manual issued by the state or county that you are working in. From these construction safety manuals you can discover many safety aspects that you may have not considered while also discovering the safety requirements that may be placed on your company. When you follow the safety procedures found in both state and county issued construction safety manuals you provide yourself the greatest opportunity to satisfying the safety demands placed on your site.
One of the largest problems that many companies find when instituting their safety plan is with the constant changes that are being made to the safety manuals issued by state and county governments. Every incident of poor construction safety often inspires an alteration to safety manuals, making it difficult for the site manager attempting to complete a job.
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