Figure 2-29.-Safety plan.
sure the crew knows the safe way to perform the task at hand, and then accept nothing less than 100 percent compliance. Working safely 99.9 percent of the time is not enough. One shortcut can kill!
The following safety training is required by the NCF Safety Manual for the identified crew personnel.
There is a 40-hour course taught by Naval Construction Training Center (NCTC) or the battalion safety chief. Attendees are familiarized with the safety program, the use of safety manuals, identification of construction hazards, and the inclusion of safety in project planning. All E5-E7 personnel in line companies and detail, all project safety representatives, and all crew leaders are required to attend.
A 16-hour course taught by the battalion safety chief familiarizes working level personnel with common hazards and safe work practices. Project safety representatives and crew leaders who have not attended the NCF Supervisory Safety Course are required to attend this course.
All jobsite electrical supplies are considered to be temporary power sources. Even existing outlets in buildings being renovated are temporary power sources. All temporary power sources must be inspected, certified as safe, and tagged with the inspector's name, company, and date before first use. Recertifications are required every 2 weeks thereafter. Ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) must be used with all power tools, whether double insulated or not.Continue Reading