PSL Patient Unit Renovations

E16031
GENERAL INFORMTION:
PSL PATIENT UNIT RENOVATIONS

Address:
1719 E. 19th Ave.
Denver, CO 80218

The present work schedule is:
Start Time: 6:00AM
Break: 9:00 - 9:15AM
Lunch: 12:00 - 12:30PM
Clean Up: 2:20PM
End Time: 2:30 PM

PLEASE NOTE ALL EMPLOYEES MUST HAVE THEIR DRUG SCREEN CHAIN OF CUSTODY IN ORDER TO ENTER THE SITE FOR ORIENTATION.

Start times are in your assigned work area with your tools on! 
Quitting times are leaving your work area. 
Pick up is 10 minutes before quitting time & everyone helps everyone else.
9 Panel Drug Screen & Orientation are required prior to access to site. 

REMEMBER:  WE ARE A TEAM!


SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION

All Employees are required to have a flu vaccination prior to working on the project



All employees are required to visit this web site for information updates. We will use this web site to broadcast the latest information regarding weather and job related announcements. 

PLEASE CHECK OFTEN FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION





PLEASE DO NOT ASSUME SITE WORK IS SHUT DOWN DUE TO WEATHER> ALWAYS CHECK HERE FOR INFORMATION OR CALL YOUR SUPERVISOR TO CONFIRM

PLEASE BE AWARE OF SURROUNDINGS AT ALL TIMES.
EVERY 30 MINUTES, TAKE 30 SECONDS AND LOOK AROUND 30 FEET AND LOOK FOR HAZARDS

ALWAYS KNOW THE ADDRESS WHERE YOU ARE AND ALWAYS KNOW YOUR EVACUATION ROUTE OUT OF A BUILDING
 

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Project Manager: Ron Schwab 303-819-4669
Project Superintendent: Mar Bacio 303-229-7403
Project Engineer: Brian McKinney 303-358-7294
Project Coordinator: Ally Nelson 303-952-1124
For Safety: Ted Smith 303-550-5292













SAFETY
SDS ARE LOCATED IN: THE SITE TRAILER

All Accidents and injuries mus tbe reported immediately.
CALL Ted Smith 303-550-5292
If you get a voice mail, hang up and call again immediately and the phone will be answered.
 
                                                                                                   JOBSITE RULES, RESTRICTIONSPROJECT INFORMATION

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We need to all remember that Safety, Productivity and Quality are all importantin order for us to complete our work, make the company profitable so that we can continue to be competitive and go home to our friends and family. Each employee should be constantly evaluating what they are doing and balancing those priorities. Remember: 30-30-30/ Every 30 miniutes, stop for 30 seconds, look around 30 feet and understand what is around you.


Report ANY unsafe conditions to your supervisor. We will adhere to all company & safety policies, also OSHA standard in temporary electric & general safety requirements.

Report ALL injuries to your FOREMAN or project supervisor IMMEDIATELY

Housekeeping/clean-up will be required by ALL employees on a daily basis.

Each employee will have a current pretask card on their person at all times while on duty and the corporate challenging policy will be followed.


ALL SAFETY POLICIES ARE ENFORCED ON THIS SITE!
All employees will be required to take a drug screen.
Orientation is 7:30am on the first day, employees are expected to be there at least 15 minutes early and must have their chain of custody for their drug screen with them, or they will not be admitted into the job site.
MSDS information is available at the jobsite trailer.
Safety glasses, hard hats, and warning vests are to be worn at all times on the jobsite.
100% natural fiber clothing is  recommended and sleeves must go to at least the elbow. Boots with safety toes are also required.

Energized work may only be done by qualified personnel after an Energized Work Permit has been approved by site management and the Director of Education and Loss Prevention.


Keep personal tools on site or in gang boxes at your own risk.

All tools need to be returned to carrying cases, along with their accessories and operators manual and placed in the the gang box in their cases.

Gang boxes need to be kept closed and unused tools put away.

Safety meetings are at office trailer on Tuesday mornings.

SOME INSTALLATION PARTICULARS:
Color Codes:
120/208V 3 phase 4 wire:   277/480V 3 phase 4 wire:
Black Brown
Red   Orange
Blue   Yellow
White Gray
Green     Green
All work will only be done once, and must look good.
It is understood that any inappropriate action (i.e., whistling, cat calling, etc.), is grounds for immediate dismissal from the project for its duration.
No member of the Contractor or Subcontractor’s personnel are allowed to communicate with any member of any type of media about this project. All requests for response to the media are to be directed to the Contractor’s Project Manager or Superintendent, who will elevate the request to the General Contractor.
If you have any questions, or you are not sure about something, stop and ask.  Mistakes cost money and waste time.

THINK SAFE & WORK SAFE!
The emergency telephone number is 911.

RECORD DOCUMENTS:
During construction, the contractor shall maintain at the job site a set of updated construction documents for the singular purpose of recording changes as job progresses.  All record drawings shall be completed in erasable pencil.  These changes shall be updated weekly.
Revisions to the Contract Documents shall be legible and shall be prepared using the following color scheme:
1. Red shall indicate new items, deviations and routing.
2. Green shall indicate items removed or deleted.  DO NOT USE WHITE-OUT!
3. Blue shall be used for relevant notes and descriptions.
Your foreman will provide you with the following: tools, materials, layout & a safe work environment. If you feel you are missing any of these items, see the foreman personally.