1. Assist his proprietor/employer in the implementation of the Safety Policy and the safety and health requirements as stipulated under the law and the works contract, such as the site safety manual, the site safety handbook, and other safety and health standards and instructions. uctions.
2. Assist in ensuring that all plant, machinery, equipment and tools are maintained in safe working order. Ensure that the names of the persons designated by the Contractor for the operation of particular plant and equipment are recorded in a register and
check that the plant and equipment are only operated by designated competent persons.
3. Assist in ensuring that all fire services installations and fire escapes are maintained in good working order.
4. Assist in ensuring the safe and health condition and good housekeeping in the workplace.
5. Conduct safety inspections to project sites, plants and workshops, and prepare inspection reports.
6. Ensure the observance of the safety rules and safe practices by the staff, and assist in the supervision of safety supervisors.
7. Report to the site management any unsafe practices and unsafe conditions in the workplace. Prepare and submit statutory reports to the proprietor/employer.
8. Carry out risk assessment and prepare safety method statements, including control measures for high and medium risk activities as necessary.
9. Conduct accident investigation and prepare investigation reports; and recommend preventive measures to avoid recurrence.
10. Organise/conduct safety training courses and seminars, and prepare training records.
11. Arrange and organise safety promotion activities.
12. Liaise with Labour Department’ s Occupational Safety Officers and representatives of safety & health organisations.
13. Clearly identify himself on site by wearing an armband or a safety helmet appropriately marked in English.
1. Assist the Safety Officer and the site management in implementing the safety and health requirements, standards and instructions.
2. Be familiar with the statutory regulations applicable to the work on which their gang is engaged; insist that the regulations are observed and followed, and all accidents reported immediately.
3. Keep all staff informed of the Safety Policy and take all reasonably practicable steps for carrying it out.
4. Incorporate safety instructions in routine orders and see that they are obeyed.
5. Take all reasonable steps to prevent workers from taking risks.
6. Assist the safety Officer in arranging new employees, particularly inexperienced and apprentices or new recruits to receive site specific safety induction course and to learn to take safety precautions. Conduct Tool Box Talks for workers.
7. Ensure that protective clothing and equipment are used whenever appropriate.
8. Discourage “horseplay” and reprimand those who fail to consider their own safety and that of others.
9. Report to the immediate supervisor on any defects and ensure that any unsafe plant and equipment are not used.
10. Ensure that all plant and equipment are in a safe and secure state when left unattended.
11. Remind the management to replenish first aid boxes at regular intervals.
12. Report to the management and/or Safety Officer on matters relating to safety and health. 13. Clearly identify himself on site by wearing an armband or a safety helmet appropriately marked English.