A SITE SPECIFIC SAFETY PLAN – also know as a SSSP – is not so much about company safety management, but rather safety systems specific to a SITE or project.
While a company may do similar or even the same work on many different projects, each site has its own set of hazards and risks.
The SSSP takes a detailed look and the site and documents are created specifically for this.
The following sections are commonly used:
These are the common items. Contractors and subcontractors will normally required less documentation:
Cover page with scope of works
Health and safety policy
PCBU (Company) responsibilities
Detailed safety plan (45 parts)
Contractor and subcontractor lists
Site hazard identification
JSA / TA – task analysis
Hazardous substances register
Tool and equipment register
Training and competency register
Site emergency procedure
General emergency plan and procedures
Activity specific emergency plan and procedures
Order here – Will be done within one working day.
We will need to have a short chat about your activities on site.We will provide you with a list of documents needed from you.
Included will be: Management names, worker names, qualifications, site details, tasks to be performed, equipment used, expected hazards, hazardous substances.