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Construction Safety

Richard Hislop

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Successful Safety Program

Define Expectations of Performance


Establish Roles and Responsibilities
Identify Uncontrolled Hazards
Effective Work Controls
Oversight and Monitoring
Enforcement

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Work in Progress

XL Construction
Sector 20 demolition
Magnet Measurement
Facility
FFTB
Harris Construction
Sector 24 Staircase

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Construction Safety

Project Environment, Safety & Health Plan


Contractor Selection Criteria
Safety Training
Hazards Identification and Work Planning
Field Oversight

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LCLS Safety Plan

Modeled after SNS


ISMS Criteria
DOE Order 440.1A
Worker Protection Management
ANSI A10.33
Safety and Health Program
Requirements for Multi-
Employer Projects

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Contractor Selection Criteria

EMR Rate equal/less than 0.81


Corporate Safety Plan
Interview Key Personnel
Job Hazards Analysis & Safety Training
References from previous clients
Site visits

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Safety Training

LCLS Contractor Safety Orientation


Outline provided to SLAC ES&H Division
Examples of other project orientations
Power Point Show (Contractor Supplement)
Conventional Facilities Group Meetings
Meetings with Contractor Mgt & Safety Staff
LCLS Staff Safety Orientation (in development)

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Things are the way they are
because either:
Management wanted them to be that way.
Management tolerates them being that way.
Management did not know that things are
the way they are.
Management doesnt know any better.

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Field Oversight

Contractor Field Safety Personnel


Conventional Facilities PM/UTR
SLAC ES&H Division Oversight
SLAC Building and Area Managers
Scheduled Senior Management Walks
Stanford Site Office Oversight

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Conclusion

Supportive LCLS Conventional Facilities Staff


Effective work planning and execution
Responsive subcontractors
Job Safety & Area Hazards Analysis improving
Turners staff is enthusiastic

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