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4/17/93
LANTNAVFACENGCOM A&E GUIDE
discuss the required outages and interruptions with the appropriate station Public
Works and operations personnel, and establish a construction schedule for these
interruptions in the contract specifications. Where these outages and interruptions
adversely impact the project costs or time for completion, notify the PM. A brief
description of the restrictions and their basis may be required.
2.10
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS
"Occupational Safety and Health Standards" are applicable to A&E contracts.
The Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, "Safety and Health Requirements
Manual", Federal, State, and local laws, rules, regulations, and special requirements
established during fee negotiations shall form the basis of those requirements. Our
particular concern is directed to individual safety during performance of contract
requirements while on Navy property. The A&E of record (hereinafter referred to as
the contractor) has the primary responsibility of assuring the safety and health of the
firm's personnel while on Navy property.
The contractor, in coordination with the using Activity, shall determine all
known hazards relating to the project site. Prior to initiating field investigation, the
contractor shall ensure that a safety plan is developed and distributed to the Public
Works Officer.
The plans should address as a minimum:
A. Personal protective equipment required.
B.
Definition of work zone limits.
C.
Special safety precautions included in contract fee negotiations.
D. Hazard recognition and evaluation; e.g., hazards requiring accompanied
performance by two or more persons, subsurface or overhead hazards which may be
encountered, and special procedures, if any, to be followed, such as asbestos hazards
and procedures and decontamination procedures, etc.
E.  Activity point of contact and telephone number to be advised concurrent
with site access and in event of emergency.
The safety plan submitted to the Government shall be for information purposes
only.
The CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTACT THE DESIGNATED ACTIVITY
POINT OF CONTACT PRIOR TO EACH VISIT TO THE SITE.
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