Health and Safety Plan. 5. Xxxxxx shall prepare and submit under separate cover from the Work Plan, a Health and Safety Plan consistent with Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations. The Health and Safety Plan shall be submitted to the Department in the form of one electronic copy on compact disk (in .pdf format). Xxxxxx agrees that the Health and Safety Plan is submitted to the Department only for informational purposes. The Department expressly disclaims any liability that may result from implementation of the Health and Safety Plan by Xxxxxx. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
Health and Safety Plan. In order to prevent any risks related to the interference between the activities of the instructing party and the service provider, the required information has been sent by the service provider, a prior inspection of shared workplaces, the analysis of occupational risks and, if applicable, the establishment of a prevention plan (in the appendix of this agreement) have been produced in accordance with the provisions of Articles R4511-1 et seq. of the French Labour Code. The service provider also declares that it has read the specific hygiene and safety conditions in the instructing party's internal rules and regulations and is committed to ensuring that its own employees follow them strictly. The instructing party commits to give the service provider at least eight days advance notice of any changes on this matter, applicable within its organisation. It is also agreed that any new statutory or regulatory provision in this area will be immediately enforced.
Health and Safety Plan. Prior to commencing any Services at a Work Site, Supplier shall, in accordance with EHS Laws provide and comply with a site specific health and safety plan, Work Site requirements, and shall make the same available to Buyer or its Representatives at Buyer’s request. If Supplier fails to comply with this Article 19, Buyer may, at its sole option and without limiting its other rights, order Supplier or its Representatives to cease Services until Supplier complies at Supplier’s sole cost and expense. If Supplier is unable or refuses to take corrective action hereunder Buyer may contract with a third party or otherwise continue such Services at the Work Site and charge Supplier any excess cost reasonably incurred by Buyer. Buyer shall have the right, at its sole discretion, to remove Supplier or its Representatives from a Work Site for violation of this Article 19.
Health and Safety Plan. Within 30 days after the Effective Date, Purchaser shall submit for EPA review and comment, in accordance with Paragraph 36, a plan that ensures the protection of the public health and safety during performance of on-site work under this Settlement. Purchaser shall prepare the plan in accordance with “OSWER Integrated Health and Safety Program Operating Practices for OSWER Field Activities,” Pub. 9285.0-OIC (November 2002), available on the NSCEP database at xxxxx://xxx.xxx.xxx/nscep, and “EPA’s Emergency Responder Health and Safety Manual,” OSWER Directive 9285.3-12 (July 2005 and updates), available at xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxx.xxx/_HealthSafetyManual/manual-index.htm. In addition, Purchaser shall ensure that the plan complies with all currently applicable Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations found at 29 C.F.R. Part 1910. If EPA determines that it is appropriate, the plan must also include contingency planning. Purchaser shall incorporate all changes to the plan recommended by EPA and shall implement the plan during the pendency of the removal action.
Health and Safety Plan. The Contractor shall have a General Health and Safety Plan for the work to be performed and assumes full responsibility for site safety of the Contractor’s personnel. The Department or Engineer may request a copy of the health and safety plan. The purpose of this requirement is to assure proper and safe conduct of excavation operations. Items to be covered in the General Health and Safety Plan include, but are not limited to general safety practices of equipment movement and operation: • Protective clothing and gear • Buried and overhead utilities • Working over water • Traffic Safety • First Aid • Inclement weather policy