On Site

We consult with both the contractor and business to ensure the individual & SSSP are in practice.

Contractors & On Site Safety

Contractors are required to have their own individual Health and Safety plans.  Often a SSSP (Site Specific Safety Plan) may also be required.  This is a separate document which identifies site hazard risk assessment and controls specific to a particular site.

We can provide you with a customised SSSP and all the site risk assessment forms you will need to quickly manage your health and safety requirements on site.

We provide backup support and can help you develop your Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS), and Task Analysis. We also offer assistance with questionnaires, and prequalification applications such as SiteWise, Prequal, SHE, and Impac.

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SITE SPECIFIC SAFETY PLANS (SSSP)

The rebuild of Canterbury following the major earthquakes throughout 2011 has led to a change in thinking as to how on site workplace Health and Safety is managed. Subcontractors conducting building construction work are required to have their own Health and Safety plan (or manual).

In addition to this a separate Site Specific Safety Plan may now be required that includes some form of site hazard risk assessment to identify and control the hazards that are specific to the site. Because the SSSP procedure is seen by many to be a new concept it can take a bit of getting used to. In fact it’s been around for ages. We just haven’t been asked to document it to this extent.

Health and Safety Systems Ltd offers a simple SSSP that includes on site risk assessment forms. We call these forms Pre Start forms. They allow you to quickly identify, manage and control significant hazards at each site.

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