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DOE-HDBK-1101-2004
F.
On the Job Control
1.
Review Subcontractor Safety Performance
The DOE contractor shall designate a representative (site contact) for each
contract issued to subcontractors performing work onsite. This site contact will
have the authority to enforce the provisions set forth in the contract. The site
contact shall be required to monitor and make regular inspections of the
subcontractor's activities as follows.
Audit work to verify that all safety and health related clauses in the contract
are being followed.
Conduct regular safety and health review meetings with the subcontractor's
site manager that include review of incidents, status of documented inspection
items needing correction, status of concerns raised during the safety meeting,
and any other concerns the contact administrator has about the subcontractor's
safety and health performance.
Counsel and stop work, if necessary, if the subcontractor is working in an
unsafe manner. If work is stopped, the subcontractor will not be allowed to
return to work until the unsafe practice is corrected. The site contact will
notify the subcontractor, in writing, of the unsafe practice and will require the
subcontractor to submit a report as to why this unsafe practice was allowed to
occur and what steps have been taken to prevent recurrence. Delays resulting
from these work stoppages may be considered a breach of the subcontractor's
contractual obligations.
2.
Maintain Safety Statistics for Subcontractor Injuries
Each subcontractor shall submit monthly safety reports with monthly and
cumulative accident statistics.
3.
Accident Report
Each subcontractor shall be required to submit written reports of all events
resulting in or having the potential for injury, damage or loss to the GOCO
facility's safety department with immediate notification to the site contact
responsible for the subcontractor's contract.
If the incident involved an injury requiring medical treatment or has the potential
to cause a serious incident, the site contact and the GOCO facility's management
will meet with the subcontractor to discuss the incident and means to prevent
recurrence.
4.
Monitor Training
The GOCO facility shall establish a control point to monitor subcontractor
personnel entering the facility to ensure that no new employees are brought onto
the site without the required training.
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