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Military Construction Contracting Safety Regulations - OSHA & the EM385-1-1, what you don't know could cost you your contract!

Instructor: Robert Tilley
Product ID: 701837
  • Duration: 90 Min

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Why Should You Attend:
Although the EM 385-1-1 regulations match up well with OSHA 1926, even the experienced safety professional can easily overlook the differences. A business can find them in serious trouble if they aren’t aware of the differences, facing fines and even loss of a contract. This course will educate those both novices and experienced on those differences, and what you need to do to keep the safety officers off your back, and your money in your wallet.

Whether you are the general contractor or a subcontractor, Project Manager, Superintendent, or Safety Officer….this is a vital course you won’t want to miss.

Learning Objectives:

  • What to expect from the government in regards to safety.
  • Specific differences between the EM 385-1-1 & OSHA 29 CFR 1926.
  • Activity Hazard Analysis – What it is, why its so important.
  • What to do to keep ahead of the safety officer.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:

  • General safety requirements for contracts.
  • Project management the EM 385-1-1 way.
  • Key Action Areas of the EM 385-1-1 to prepare for.
  • Activity Hazard Analysis – what needs to be included.
  • Accident Prevention Plan – Its different from your standard safety manual.

Free Handout Materials:

Activity Hazard Analysis Checklist

Who Will Benefit:

  • Anyone involved in any aspect of safety management, from the jobsite superintendent & project manager, to the business owner and Safety Officer.

Instructor Profile:
Robert Tilley, A nationally recognized subject matter expert in Occupational Safety and Health, as CEO of SafeTek USA, Robert Tilley, Jr has helped thousands of businesses across the nation and around the world deliver better, safer, work environments while reducing unnecessary costs. Mr. Tilley’s is a former police officer, but has been in the field of Occupational Safety for the past 12 year. He sits on the National Committee that develops curriculum for the National Center for Construction Education and Research, holds various national recognized safety certifications, formerly was the monthly safety columnist for Construction Business Owner Magazine, and specializes in construction safety on Military Contracts. SafeTek USA has partnered with large Military contractors such as IAP Worldwide services, and CSC, providing safety solutions, engineering, training and mitigation techniques.

Topic Background:

Construction work on a military installation is some of the safest in the country. The reason being, the government has strict administrative, practical and performance measures and guidelines contractors must meet…safety is ALWAYS their #1 priority. If safety standards aren’t met, bye bye contractor, and bye bye contract.

Even if these regulations are met on the front end administrative application for the contract and approved, you can still have job delays, site shutdowns, and back end late-completion penalties that can total into the Thousands of Dollars per day over schedule. Possibly just for a simple safety violation you could have easily planned for.

You are in business to make money, and one of the best ways to ensure you can focus on the project and keep your cash, is to first focus on safety. Planning, preparation, and preparatory action will give you a firm foundation and keep you on the road to safety success with the government. It will also give you a great track record the next time a contract comes up!

Related Document:EM 385-1-1 - SAFETY AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

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