1. Proper work clothing and work shoes are necessary for your personal safety. Specifically: shirts must be worn at all times. In addition no shorts, cutoffs, thongs or sandals are permitted.
2. Report accidents immediately to your foreman or supervisor and follow instructions given to you when you are referred for medical treatment for any injury. All injuries must be reported on the same day as the occurrence.
3. Follow the instructions given by your supervisors. If you don't understand, please ask questions. Know exactly what you are doing at all times, work safely and look out for your fellow employees.
4. No horseplay, fighting, gambling, alcoholic beverages or practical joking will be tolerated to any degree. Be serious with your work and your safety.
5. Safety equipment will be furnished, as the job requires. Use this equipment at all times and use it properly. Goggles or safety glasses must be used when grinding, chipping, cutting, using pneumatic tools, using power tools, using powder actuated tools, open air hoses and blasting. They will not protect you unless you use them. Appropriate fall protection equipment may be required for some operations when guardrails are impractical or when working above or outside of guardrails. Use fall protection properly and inspect all equipment before each use. Appropriate training is required for all employees using fall protection equipment.
6. Moving machinery and equipment must not be serviced while in operation. Stay clear of moving belts, pulleys, gears, and rollers at all times. Fuel operated equipment must be kept clean and fuel stored in designated areas.
7. Material handling and lifting must be done properly and with careful attention to the job. Use proper tools, methods and gloves when hoisting equipment is being used.
8. Ladders and scaffolds, working platforms and walkways must be properly maintained and used in a safe accepted manner. Access areas and walkways must be kept clear of material and debris. Always face the ladder. Do not move rolling scaffolds, lifts or ladders with people on board.
9. Electrical tools and equipment must be used properly. All tools require a ground wire (third wire) circuit on 110 volts and (fourth wire) on 220 volts. No tools, plugs, connectors, outlet boxes or lines may be altered.
10.Sanitary facilities are maintained on the job. All trash should be placed in debris cans or boxes. Please recycle whenever possible.
11. Know what emergency procedures have been planned. Know where fire extinguishers are located and how to use them. Know where first aid supplies are located.
12.When lifting heavy objects, use the large muscles of the leg instead of the smaller muscles of the back.
13.Do not throw materials, tools or other objects from buildings or structures until proper precautions are taken to protect others from falling object hazards.
14.Employees shall not enter confined spaces (manholes, underground vaults, chambers, silos, etc.) until all conditions of the "Confined Space Entry Procedures" have been complied with.
15.Gasoline shall not be used for cleaning purposes at any time.
16.Air hoses should not be disconnected at compressors until the hose line has been bled.
17.Compressed air should not be used to remove dust and other material from employees and / or employee clothing.
18.A screwdriver is not to be used as a chisel.
19.Keep hand tools sharp as recommended by the manufacture.
20.Portable electric tools must be lifted or lowered by means of a rope. Do not use the cord to lift or lower.
21.A registered civil engineer must provide calculations for any alternate shoring systems from those shown in 29 CFR 1926.652 (US, non-California productions) or California Title 8 CCR 1541.1 (California productions). These calculations must be available at the job site.
22.Unsafe conditions or practices must be reported to your supervisor or foreman at once.