This book from the American Society of Safety Engineers provides a template for designing an effective safety process on any construction project.
To guide you through that process, the book covers five important areas:
- What you must understand before work begins at a jobsite.
- Safety process components critical to project success.
- Legal aspects, including liability and regulatory requirements.
- Technical aspects.
- Emerging issues and other key aspects in construction safety.
In covering these areas, the book examines a wide range of topics including program essentials, incident cause, OCIP, contractor selection, pre-job tasks planning, training, multi-employer work site issues, subcontractor liability, as well as emerging issues such as work zone safety, crises communications, construction safety certifications and managing a multicultural workforce.