- What is “Contractor Safety Management”? , Why is CSM required? Contractor safety management is a collection of management processes that is used to control the risks associated with contractor management on a daily real time basis. CSM is a system which is a form of risk control for the company hiring a contractor for various works.
- Organisations have a legal duty to manage and maintain the health and safety, both for the contractors and anyone else that could be affected by their activities. Contractors themselves also have legal health and safety responsibilities and making sure everyone understands the part they need to play in ensuring health and safety.
- Poor management can lead to injuries, ill health, additional costs and delays. Working closely with the contractor will reduce the risks to your own employees and the contractors themselves.
- This training course will provide all the necessary skills to critically analyse a contractor before offering the work and making sure of achieving highest performance with a low amount of risk
What should you expect from this Training course?
- Important elements of managing for health and safety and how they are useful in running a successful business
- Training and advice on selecting contractors effectively
- Identify the risk profile
- Monitoring the contractor performance
Who should take this course?
- Any organisation or individual who are responsible for health and safety in their workplace and are communicating with the contractors hired by them
- For Example – the employer or person in charge of health and safety in their business.
- If you are in charge of managing health and safety in your business and you regularly hire contractors, then you should take this course.
Brief Summary of the Course:
Designing a Project, and How to choose a “Contractor”
- Preparing the project plan
- Tender bid evaluation and critical assessment of the Contractor
- Identifying the risk profile in a project/ work place
- Preparing the client and contractor contract documents relating to health and safety
Introduction of Core elements of managing health and safety
- Legal duties of the employer and contractor
- The “Plan, Check and Act Approach”
- Client-Contractor meeting ( where How to tackle incident occurrence and investigation procedure.)
- Site awareness programmes
HSE guidelines and methods
- HSE project plan between client and contractor
- Deciding “If the things you are doing are what you need to do”
- Planning for implementation
- Assessing the level of risks and the law on the risks
Audit as per HSE project plan
- Carrying HSE site inspection of contractor’s activities
- Maintaining a record of contractor’s performance
- Contractor auditing as per HSE Project plan
Review Project Performance and Improvement
- Reviewing the project and work performance of the contractor
- How did the contractor performed?
- How was the business/ project/workplace effected?
- Review of learnings and sources of improvement
In house Workshop Real time training