Chapter 42: Subcontractor Safety
The purpose of this program is to ensure subcontractors meet SLAC environment, safety, and health (ESH) requirements in order to fulfill the ESH policy of protecting the health and safety of on-site personnel, the public, and the environment. It covers
- Qualifying prime subcontractors
- Identifying and managing all ESH aspects of subcontracted work
- Communicating responsibilities for subcontractor safety to affected SLAC and subcontractor personnel
- Communicating ESH expectations and hazard mitigation requirements, as documented in the hazard-specific chapters of this ESH Manual, to affected SLAC and subcontractor personnel
It applies to all subcontracted work at SLAC, both green (as defined by SLAC’s Work Planning and Control (WPC) Program, see Chapter 2, “Work Planning and Control”) and non-green (which includes yellow and red work), and all personnel involved in subcontracted work: SLAC line management, project managers (PMs), field construction managers (FCMs), service managers (SMs), points of contact (POCs), procurement specialists, ESH coordinators and Environment, Safety and Health (ESH) Division representatives, the subcontractor safety program manager, and subcontractor management and workers, both prime and sub-tier.
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