anticipated number due to variations in subcontractors, construction operations, or
job sequence. For each project phase, the hazard analysis shall:
Identify the specific hazards, including the use or presence of any hazardous
chemicals, associated with each activity to be performed as well as the actual
corrective measures planned to control these hazards. Guidance for the
performance of such hazard analyses is provided in an OSHA pamphlet entitled
"Job Hazard Analysis" available online at:
http://www.osha-slc.gov/Publications/Osha3071.pdf. In planning controls to
address identified hazards, due consideration shall be given to the hierarchy of
controls (i.e., engineering controls, administrative controls and personal
protective equipment) as described in DOE Order 440.1A.
Include drawings and/or other documentation for all protective measures for
which the construction project acquisition documents or applicable safety and
health standards prescribe preparation by a Professional Engineer or other
List all equipment to be used for which applicable standards require periodic or
Identify specific inspections as required by the construction project acquisition
documents or applicable safety and health standards and provide the
qualifications of the competent person(s) who will conduct these inspections .
Identify any prerequisite employee training or certifications needed to
accomplish the activities listed for each project phase.