Safety Plan Procedures

RRR General Constructions LLC is dedicated to the protection of its employee/contractor from on-the-job injuries. All employee/contractors of RRR General Constructions LLC take responsibility to work safely on the job. The purpose of the plan is to supplement our existing safety and health program and to ensure that every employee/contractor who works for RRR General Constructions LLC recognizes workplace fall hazards and takes the appropriate measures to address those hazards.

Each employee/contractor will be trained in these procedures and will strictly adhere to them except when doing so would expose the employee/contractor to a greater hazard. If, in the employee/contractor/contractor's opinion, this is the case, the employee/contractor is to notify the competent person of their concern and have the concern addressed before proceeding.

It is the responsibility of every employee/contractor and supervisor to implement this Fall Protection Plan. Continual observational safety checks of work operations and the enforcement of the safety policy and procedures shall be regularly enforced. The crew supervisor, foreman or designated safety inspector is responsible for correcting any unsafe practices or conditions immediately.

It is the responsibility of the employer to ensure that all employee/contractor understand and adhere to the procedures of this plan and to follow the instructions of the crew supervisor, foreman or designated safety inspector. It is also the responsibility of the employee/contractor to bring to management's attention any unsafe or hazardous conditions or practices that may cause injury to either themselves or any other employee/contractor/contractors. Any changes to the Fall Protection Plan must be approved by the crew supervisor foreman, designated safety inspector and owner.

When using the Plan to implement the fall protection options available, workers must be protected through limited access to high hazard locations. Before any non-conventional fall protection systems are used as part of the work plan, a controlled access zone (JOB SITES) shall be clearly defined by the competent person as an area where a recognized hazard exists. The demarcation of the JOB SITES shall be communicated by the competent person in a recognized manner, either through signs, wires, tapes, ropes or chains. We also make sure that all safety signs are placed around potential hazard areas for employee/contractor as well as specific signs for residents.

Job Site

All inspectors will wear proper clothing. Hard hats will be worn at the site for all roofing construction projects and OSHA roof construction safety requirements will be followed.

Check ladders before using to insure they are safe, in good working order, extend 3 rungs above the roof edge, are properly secured, and are installed at proper slope.

c. Drinking alcoholic beverages on the job, reporting to work intoxicated or being under the influence of drugs is strictly forbidden and not allowed on any construction site.

During hot weather, be particularly aware of heat exhaustion and heat stroke symptoms. Employee/contractor/contractors should drink water frequently and get out of the sun if they become dizzy. During cold weather, be aware of hypothermia and frostbite symptoms. Employee/contractor/contractors should dress warmly (in layers), warm up frequently, and stay dry.

RRR General Constructions LLC shall take the following steps to ensure that the JOB SITES is clearly marked or controlled by the competent person:

All access to the job site must be restricted to authorized entrants;

All workers who are permitted in the JOB SITES shall be listed in the appropriate sections of the Plan (or be visibly identifiable by the competent person) prior to implementation;

The competent person shall ensure that all protective elements of the JOB SITES be implemented prior to the beginning of work.

Safety Monitoring System

A safety monitoring system means a fall protection system in which a competent person is responsible for recognizing and warning employee/contractor/contractors of fall hazards. The duties of the safety monitor are to:

1. Verbal Warning by voice when approaching the open edge in an unsafe Manner. 2. Warn by voice if there is a dangerous situation developing which may not be seen by another person involved with product placement, Such as a member getting out of control. 3. Make our employees aware they are in a dangerous area. 4. be competent in recognizing fall hazards. 5. Warn employee/contractor/contractors when they appear to be unaware of a fall hazard or are acting in an unsafe manner. 6. Be on the same walking/working surface as the monitored Employee/contractor and within visual sighting distance of the monitored Employee/contractor. 7. be close enough to communicate orally with the employee/contractor/contractors. 8. Not allow other responsibilities to encumber monitoring. If the Safety monitor becomes too encumbered with other responsibilities, the monitor shall (1) IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY OWNER & AND STAY WITH MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE FROM OWNER ONLY. INCASE Owners Require his services in a different area (2) work must seize until Safety monitoring functions have been turned over to another designated, competent person. The safety monitoring system shall not be used when the wind is strong enough to cause loads with large surface areas to swing out of Radius, or result in loss of control of the load, or when weather Conditions because the walking-working surfaces to become icy or Slippery.  

Control Zone System Protective warning barrier system

A controlled access zone means an area designated and clearly marked, in which leading edge work may take place without the use of guardrail, safety net or personal fall arrest systems to protect the employee/contractor/contractors in the area. Control zone systems shall comply with the following provisions:

1. When used to control access to areas where leading edge and other operations are taking place the controlled access zone shall be defined by a control line or by any other means that restricts Access. When control lines are used, they shall be erected not less than 6 Feet nor more than 60 feet or half the length of the Member being erected, whichever is less, from the leading edge. 2. The control line shall extend along the entire length of the Unprotected or leading edge and shall be approximately parallel to the unprotected or leading edge. 3. The control line shall be connected on each side to a guardrail System or wall. 4. Control lines shall consist of ropes, wires, tapes, or Equivalent materials and supporting stanchions as follows: 5. each line shall be flagged or otherwise clearly marked at not more than 6-foot intervals with high-visibility material. 6. Each line shall be rigged and supported in such a way that its lowest point (including sag) is not less than 39 inches from the walking/working surface and its highest point is not more than 45 Inches from the walking/working surface. 7. Each line shall have a minimum breaking strength of 200 pounds  

All workers are required to follow all OSHA guidelines, pertaining to each individual task being performed, it will be duty of the designated safety supervisor, to coordinate each task and make sure that all guidelines are being followed per OSHA Guidelines.

Accident Investigations

All accidents that result in injury to workers, regardless of their nature, shall be investigated and reported. It is an integral part of any safety program that documentation takes place as soon as possible so that the cause and means of prevention can be identified to prevent a reoccurrence.

In the event that an employee/contractor falls or there is some other related, serious incident occurring, this plan shall be reviewed to determine if additional practices, procedures, or training need to be implemented to prevent similar types of falls or incidents from occurring.

Changes to Plan

Any changes to the plan will be approved by designated safety personal and owners. This plan shall be reviewed by a qualified person as the job progresses to determine if additional practices, procedures or training needs to be implemented by the competent person to improve the overall success of our safety procedures. Workers shall be notified and trained, if necessary, in the new procedures. A copy of this plan and all approved changes shall be maintained at the jobsite.


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RRR General Constructions LLC
13727 SW 152 St. Suite 300
Miami, Fl. 33177
Ph. 786.234.9395
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Licensed & Certified General Contractors
Commercial & Residential
Lic. # CGC 1517096

roof, mechanical, electrical, Plumbing, fuel gas, Take off shop drawings, structural design and calculations, Additions, new constructions, renovations, demolitions or corrections, Garage enclosure, unsafe structures, Concrete structures, steel reinforcing, awnings, Hand railings, stairs bathroom and kitchen remodeling, Windows, doors store front and shutters, Fences (steel aluminum, concrete, concrete pre-cast, wood) Steel connection detail, steel miscellaneous And... much, much more..!

Mold Assessment, Mold Remediation, Home & Property Inspector

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and has performed hundreds of
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