the GOCO facility, the number of recordable injuries, the recordable incident rate, the
lost work day case incident rate, the severity rate and the number of first aid cases. These
statistics shall be kept on a monthly and a cumulative basis. The subcontractor should be
able to obtain much of this information from the OSHA 200 Log.
E. Job Planning
To ensure safety and health during hazardous operations, the site contact and the
subcontractor shall develop a work plan (i.e. job safety analysis, safe job procedure, etc.)
and review it with all personnel involved. Work will not commence until everyone
understands what is required to accomplish this work safely.
F. Safety and Health Training
1. Basic Job Skills and Safety Training
The subcontractor shall providing training to ensure its employees are competent and
skilled in the trade or craft that they will be practicing at facilities. They shall also
provide training in the basic safety skills necessary.
Subcontractors shall be required to submit written documentation that defines their
training systems, certifies training has occurred, and that their workers are competent
to safely perform their assigned duties.
2. Plant Specific Safety Training
The subcontractor shall ensure that all its employees have attended the GOCO
facility's safety and health orientation. They will also agree not to bring any
employee into the DOE contractor's site until that employee has received this
3. Safety Meetings
The subcontractor shall hold routine safety meetings, monthly at a minimum. These
meetings should conform to the following basic guidelines.
Subject material should be preplanned.
Subject should be job related and timely.
Meetings should be conducted by a competent person
Provisions should be made for employee feedback.
Meeting content and attendance should be documented.
Copies of these meetings should be forwarded to the GOCO facility's site
contact and safety department.