Creating and assembling effective construction administrative and safety documents is difficult, to say the least. Whether it’s an Activity Hazard Analysis or a Quality Control Plan - as a contractor, you’re constantly on the hook for meeting and exceeding the expectations of your client while meeting all applicable OSHA and USACE EM 385-1-1 regulations.
We’ve covered worker safety extensively on our blog lately, but wanted to shift gears towards another extremely important topic: Environmental Protection.
We all want to get the job done as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. In today’s construction world, tight deadlines and low margin for error are the norm.
After the thrill of the project award has subsided, reality sets in, as well as the uneasy feeling in your gut.
When it comes to putting together an effective Activity Hazard Analysis, there’s a lot that Construction Managers have to consider.