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Quality Agreements - Quality control and safety instructions should be planned at the design and planning stages of the project. Contractors, architects and engineers must work together, called conformance, to come to agreement on what's possible on paper versus the real world. Quality expectations and requirements should be noted in the contract documents, all approved plan specs and shop drawings. Safety Planning - Safety issues should be uncovered during the design and planning stage. Some tasks will be recognizably more dangerous than others. The planning stage provides the opportunity to reconsider design elements or create methods to make the task safer. Plan accident response policy and procedures. Provide these instructions to everyone on the construction staff before the project gets underway. Safety Manager - Place one individual in charge of keeping the construction crew alert to issues on the job that could be potentially dangerous. In the book, "Construction Process Planning and Management," author Sidney M. Levy writes, "it takes three years of a good safety record to lower the [experience modification rate] EMR." EMR is used by insurance companies to determine worker's compensation insurance rates. This individual will be in charge of keeping records and reporting any incidents to the Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
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Canberra builders have voiced their support for a Federal Government plan to subsidise the wages of apprentices who would otherwise be fired
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