- A Field Construction Manager (FCM) is assigned to all
construction contracts to support/provide Project Management including
- Pre-bid site visit to identify hazards associated with statement
of work (SOW).
- Submit a Subcontractor Safety Qualification Form (SQF) prior to
- Submit CalOSHA-compliant Injury & Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP)
and Code of Safe Work Practices.* If lock-out/tag-out work will be
part of the contract, a current LO/TO Program needs to be included
in the submittal.
Note: it is the SLAC Subcontractor’s responsibility to secure
similar required documentation from their lower tier subcontractors.
The safety performance of lower tier subcontractors is the
responsibility of the party who has entered into the contract with
- After contract award the subcontractor:
1. Works with the PM/FCM to identify required elements and approves
2. Submits SQFs for each subtier contractor that will perform onsite
- Work with FCM to secure any applicable construction related
permits (e.g., excavation, hot work, confined space, etc.).
- Work with FCM to develop Area Hazard Analyses (AHAs) and Job
Safety Analyses (JSAs) per SLAC's Work Planning and Control process.
- Have workers complete any required training.
- Work with the FCM to run daily job-site safety meetings.
- Representatives from SLAC’s Building Inspection and Field Safety Offices will perform construction
- PERFORM THE WORK SAFELY!
- Immediately cease activity if the FCM or a Safety Officer
issues a Stop Work Activity Order.
- In the event of an emergency on-site, call 911 for emergency
assistance, and then immediately notify the FCM.
* note: required if Purchasing does not have one on file that is
current and is less than 12 months old.
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