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Inspections and Hazards Abatement


DOE-STD-1149-2002
be annotated with the name, signature, and date of attendance of all workers who
have attended this training. The construction contractor shall provide advance notice
to the construction manager for all phase specific training sessions. Further phase
specific training sessions shall be conducted for new employees on the work crew,
under changing site conditions, or at the discretion of the construction manager to
reinforce project safety and health requirements.
2.5.3
"Tool Box" Safety and Health Training
The construction contractor shall conduct informal "tool box" safety and health
training sessions at least weekly for all employees on the worksite. Depending on the
size and nature of the project, this may be accomplished in single or multiple
sessions and may address different topics for different work crews. The construction
contractor shall notify the construction manager of the time and location of all
scheduled "tool box" training sessions. Outlines of all "tool box" training sessions
shall be prepared by the construction contractor and annotated with the date, time,
and names of all employees in attendance.
2.5.4
Training Records
The construction contractor shall ensure that records of all required training are
maintained and made available, upon request, to the construction manager, project
manager and other DOE personnel with assigned oversight responsibilities.
2.6
INSPECTIONS AND HAZARD ABATEMENT
2.6.1
During periods of active construction, the construction contractor shall ensure that
competent persons conduct frequent and regular inspections of their respective
areas of the worksite to identify and correct hazards and instances of
noncompliance with project safety and health requirements and approved hazard
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