Managing, Monitoring and Evaluating Safety Incidents in Construction Projects

In construction projects, all incidents, regardless of their perceived severity, must be reported to the Project Safety Management Team after the occurrence and prior to seeking medical treatment unless in cases of life-threatening injuries. This includes damage to property, construction equipment, and vehicle-related incidents. Priority items include care for the Read more…

Managing, Monitoring, Evaluating and Reporting Construction Project Site Security Passes

It is very common that other people besides project team members and construction workers may visit a construction site. These people may include stakeholders of companies involved in the project execution, vendors, bidders, consultants, permitting authorities representatives, banks’ representatives, and investors. These people visit for various reasons that may include: Read more…

Managing Health, Safety, and Environment Permits to Work on Construction Projects

One of the key requirements for a health, safety, and environment (HSE) management plan on construction projects is to have a formal procedure for controlling activities that are considered of high-risk. The Permits to Work process allows authorized personnel to perform those activities at specified times. Requiring a permit to Read more…