First and foremost, the top priority for any Construction Manager should be the safety of his or her team. Every project is going to have its own unique tasks and hazards associated with execution, but what does site safety really mean?
With every Accident Activity Analysis, comes the need for risk assessment codes. This standardized system essentially takes all of the information you’ve compiled in your AHA and gives it a value based on each hazard’s severity, probability of occurrence.
Commercial and industrial construction has a lot of moving parts. It’s part of your job as the manager on duty to coordinate the various components of the project in a safe and efficient manner as possible.
As a Construction Manager, you’re constantly being pulled in different directions. Leadership is pressuring you to meet high expectations. Your subcontractors want manageable goals and deadlines.
Anytime your project calls for someone to be working at height, you’re legally required to have a site-specific Fall Rescue Plan in place.