LEAR Construction is committed to creating an environment that makes safety our number one priority while conducting our business. We believe safety must be planned into all aspects of our business and our projects, and that includes working with our subcontract partners and their work procedures.

Our overall safety management involves a proactive approach from the management level, through to our workers and trade contractors to ensure that these personnel are fully engaged in their safety, the safety of their fellow workers, and of stakeholders on our projects.

Our office management role and responsibilities are;

  • Compiling and analyzing our overall project safety statistics to determine areas for improvement.

  • Identifying project trends and leading indicators to prevent injuries and illnesses before they happen.

  • Assisting field staff with the development of project-specific safety plans, including the identification of all known and potential hazards during each phase/season of the project.

  • get link Providing reasonable or accepted methods to deal with the hazards identified, noting the task-specific safe work practices and procedures along with the responsibilities of all individuals and stakeholders.

  • http://mayneislandmusic.ca/commentaire-et-dissertation/ Reviewing task specific safe-work practices, procedures, and responsibilities of all individuals with our trade contractors and stakeholders during contract award.

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  • source link Coach and mentor all staff in safe operating procedures and planning.

 

get link Our field management role and responsibilities are;

  • Participation in the development of the project-specific safety plans, including the identification of all known and potential hazards during each phase/season of the project.

  • Providing reasonable or accepted methods to deal with the hazards identified noting the task-specific safe work practices and procedures along with the responsibilities of all individuals and stakeholders.

  • Proactively complete an overall project risk assessment to plan to eliminate or reduce worker risk exposure.

  • Developing site-specific safe work practices and procedures for all high risk activities.

  • Completing 100% safe start and end meetings daily.

  • Ensuring that daily task-specific hazard assessments are conducted, and task-specific safe work procedures are developed and revisited when the task or site conditions change.

  • Conducting weekly ‘Tool-Box’ meetings with all workers to review industry updates, project trends, current site conditions, planned activities, worker concerns and any policy changes.

  • Holding on-site trade start-up meetings to review understanding and preparedness of the trade supervision and work force of the task specific safe-work practices and procedures, along with the individual responsibilities.

 

At LEAR, we believe that by having this safety management plan we will protect our most valued human resources and reduce the potential for any negative impacts. With the leadership, commitment and diligence of all our employees, trade contractors, suppliers and clients, we are confident that we can achieve this goal.