PROJECT MANAGER is the DOE official responsible for assuring that all
construction project activities are carried out in compliance with Federal, State,
and local regulations, laws and standards for protection of the safety and health
of employees and the public.
PROJECT PHASE is a separately definable portion of a project involving a type of
work presenting hazards not experienced in previous project operations or an
operation performed by a different subcontractor.
PROJECT SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAM
The construction contractor shall establish and maintain a program to protect the
safety and health of all persons on the construction worksite to include his or her
employees, employees of other contractors or subcontractors, visitors and the
public. This program also shall protect against damage to property, materials,
supplies, and equipment and prevent unnecessary work interruptions. The objective
of the program is to ensure compliance by the construction contractor and all
worksite subcontractors with the safety and health standards prescribed in the
construction project acquisition documents.
Project Safety and Health Plan
Prior to commencing any work on the project worksite, the construction contractor
shall prepare and have approved by the construction manager a written project
safety and health plan. This plan is the construction contractor's proposal for
implementing the safety and health requirements prescribed by the construction
project acquisition documents. The plan need not duplicate any preexisting host