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  • Would your construction site pass the 'safety file' test?
  • A safety file contains more than just a safety plan and a few registers. It is to your construction site, what the constitution is to a state. It holds everything together. But like the constitution, it can be very broad. At any time, an inspector could arrive on your site to do an inspection. To know if your site will handle his test, you first need to know what should be in a safety file. We... ››› more
  • [06 July 2015]
  • Eight items to include in your Health and Safety Agreement for OHS compliance
  • If you have 20 or more employees, you must draw up a Health and Safety Agreement. You must then implement this agreement (General Administrative Regulations Section 6). It's up to you and your employees to decide what needs to be done in your company to create a healthy and safe environment. A Health and Safety Agreement helps you get buy-in from your employees to manage health and safety... ››› more
  • [08 June 2015]
  • Six ways to control smoke breaks and manage your employees' productivity
  • To this day, even after the smoking laws have been passed, smoking in the workplace still sparks heated debates between smokers and non-smokers. And not because employers allow employees to smoke in non-designated areas. But rather the amount of time employees are allowed to spend smoking. Read on for six ways to control smoke breaks in your company, and manage your employees' productivity.... ››› more
  • [05 June 2015]
  • Make sure your sub-contractors comply with their duties!
  • In the construction industry, a major impact was brought by the Construction Regulations changes. As a consequence, you must ensure your Principal Contractor and sub-contractors are doing their new duties so they can all successfully carry out any of your contracts. When talking about the new sub-contractors' duties, by sub-contractor we mean a person who your principal contractor employs. It d... ››› more
  • [04 June 2015]
  • Construction work: Eight duties your contractor must fulfill when he's on site
  • When we talk about construction work, we refer to any work that has to do with construction, erection, alteration, renovation, repair, demolition or dismantling of, or addition to a building or any similar structure. It's important to know the contractor duties when they're on site, but you should also make sure you know what the construction work implies. Thus, it also refers to construc... ››› more
  • [25 May 2015]
  • Feasibility studies in the construction process: How it's done
  • In the construction process, there are six phases you need to follow: Planning, feasibility, design development, tender documentation and procurement, construction management and documentation and project close-out. As a general rule, during each of these phases, one or more laws and construction regulations will apply. It's your job to advise the construction team oF the legal implication of e... ››› more
  • [21 May 2015]
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