TW Clark Construction

Safety Requirements

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Subcontractor relationships are vital to the success of every project.

T.W. Clark Construction Inc. (hereinafter referred to as T.W. Clark) is committed to providing a place of employment for all employees that is free from recognized hazards, unsafe conditions, or inadequate process. In so doing T.W. Clark is required by state & federal regulatory agencies to ensure all sub-contract & lower tier sub-contractors employed by T.W. Clark have an “effective in practice” Safety Program which includes:

  • 🗹 Accident Prevention Program
  • 🗹 Site Specific Safety Plans
  • 🗹 Hazardous Activity Plans
  • 🗹 Employee Training, Certification & more.

For more information on the regulatory requirements please review the DOSH Directive 27.00 STUTE Decision.

T.W. Clark has designed this page to assist our subcontractor & lower tier subcontractors in developing an “effective in practice” safety program that is required by federal & state legislation.

Subcontractor Safety Plan Step 1

Please submit a copy of your company Accident Prevention Plan to the TW Clark Safety
Director once annually.

If needed, view the sample accident prevention program here: Example Accident Prevention Program 

Submit Site Specific Safety Plan Step 2

Please submit a site-specific safety plan Index to the project manager and contract administrator.

This is a condensed version of your company Accident Prevention Plan that is specific to the project and your scope of work. It must include an Emergency Action Plan.

Site-specific safety plan index

Your Site-Specific Safety Plan must identify or address the following:
  1. Scope of work.
  2. Location of work.
  3. What are the hazards associated with the process utilized?
  4. What controls, measures, devices, & PPE will be used to eliminate hazards.
  5. Safety representatives name & inspection frequency.
  6. Safety data sheets are required for all products used on T.W. Clark projects.
  7. Names of employees doing the work and certifications when available.
  8. Name of the foreman or “lead” of the work and certifications when applicable.

The Site-Specific Safety Plan must include “Hazardous Activity Plans” for hazardous activities such as:
  1. Fall Protection Work Plan 
  2.  Trenching/excavation/shoring 
  3.  Electrical Safety and Lock-Out/Tag out 
  4. Confined Space Safety 
  5. Fire Prevention/Protection 

Training is required for the operation of the following tools, equipment, & tasks.

✓ Forklift/Telehandler
✓ Scissor Lifts
✓ Boom Lifts

✓ Crane Operation
✓ Flagging
✓ Rigging & Signaling

✓ Powder Actuated Tool use (PAT)
✓ Scaffolding
✓ Fall Protection

✓ Confined Space Entry
✓ Trenching & Excavation
✓ Respirable Crystalline Silica & more