Safety Plan. Contractor shall provide the Services in accordance with a safety plan that is compliant with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”), American National Standards Institute and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health standards. If, in the Contractor’s sole determination, the Services to be provided do not require a safety plan, Contractor shall notify the City, in writing, describing the reasons a safety plan is unnecessary. The City reserves the right to request a safety plan following such notification.
Safety Plan. Prior to the start of construction activities, the Construction Manager shall prepare a safety plan for the construction phase conforming to OSHA 29 CFR 1926 (such plan, the “Safety Plan”). This Safety Plan developed by the Construction Manager shall describe the proposed separation and the specific nature of the safety measures to be taken including fences and barriers that will be used as well as the site security details. The Safety Plan will be submitted to the Department and Client Agency for their review and approval prior to the commencement of construction. Once the Safety Plan has been approved, the Construction Manager shall comply with it at all times during construction. The Construction Manager shall be required to revise the Safety Plan as may be requested by the Department or Client Agency. The cost of revising and complying with the plan shall not entitle the Construction Manager to an increase in the GMP. In the event the Construction Manager fails to provide the Safety Plan, the Construction Manager will not be permitted to commence the Construction Phase until the Safety Plan is submitted and in no event shall any resulting delay constitute an Excusable Delay. Additionally, the Construction Manager shall comply with the requirements of Article 27, Section A of the Standard Contract Provisions (Construction Contract).
Safety Plan. The Concessionaire’s draft Safety Plan will be evaluated by the Department's Safety Officer, District staff and Department’s Agreement Manager. Upon approval by the Department, the Concessionaire will implement the approved Safety Plan. The Safety Plan will be revised prior to the commencement of any new service and once a year before the anniversary date. The Concessionaire will submit the proposed revision to the Department's Safety Officer and Department’s Agreement Manager for evaluation and approval. The Safety Plan will include guidelines for all aspects of the Concessionaire's operation, with special attention to traffic control, first aid, security, fire prevention, and water related activities and equipment. A section of the Safety Plan will be devoted to Emergency Action, which will cover proper preparations and responses to all natural and human-caused emergencies. Notwithstanding the above, the Concessionaire is not required to have a Safety Plan if they are providing Vending Services, Laundry Services, Merchandise Resale, or Wi-fi Services only.
Safety Plan. The A-E must prepare and submit to COUNTY a safety plan for review and comment prior to beginning services. This safety plan shall comply with all OSHA, COUNTY, and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) services, safety, and health rules governing the conduct of its employees, agents, and subcontractors at and about the Project job site. A- E agrees that it shall ensure that its supervisory personnel, employees, agents, and subcontractors at the job site comply strictly with such rules. COUNTY reserves the right, from time to time, to make recommendations to revise the safety plan and revise any safety rules therein. A-E shall comply fully with such rules as revised in accordance with the foregoing provisions.
Safety Plan. Before commencing any portion of the Services on the Premises, CONTRACTOR shall submit a written Project-specific plan for implementing this Section. The plan shall include an analysis of the significant hazards to life, limb and property inherent in the performance of the Services and a plan for controlling these hazards.
Safety Plan. Prior to the Commencement Date, QBT will give to the Client a copy of QBT's safety plan for the Facility. The Client will ensure that all of its employees, agents and contractors familiarise themselves with the plan and comply with it at all times (as it may be amended, varied or replaced).
Safety Plan. Within fifteen (15) calendar days after award of this Agreement and before beginning any Work, JOC shall submit a safety plan to City for its approval. The safety plan shall address all aspects of JOC's safety policies and procedures, including responsibility for OSHA compliance, drug testing, trend analysis, corrective action and JOC’s interface with City inspectors, establishing the safety rules and regulations to be utilized on the issued Job Order Work. This submitted safety plan by JOC shall remain in place for the duration of this Contract and any extension periods hereto and if JOC make any modifications to its safety plan submitted to City, JOC promptly shall notify City of those modifications.