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Occupational Safety and Health Administration

OSHA Partnership Agreement
Between
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Oklahoma City Area Office
And
Flintco, LLC


BACKGROUND/IDENTIFICATION OF PARTNERS AND SITE

  1. Background
  2. Flintco, LLC, a construction firm with its headquarters in Tulsa, Oklahoma and an office in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma was selected by the Board of Regents as the Construction Manager for the 2015 Stadium Expansion for The University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma.

    The Oklahoma Area Office of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA); Flintco; Oklahoma Department of Labor (ODOL) – Consultation; participating project subcontractors; ; and labor organizations recognize the need for a safe and healthy jobsite. The goal of this Partnership agreement is to help ensure that an injury free safety culture is established creating a safe environment for all workers, staff, the public and visitors of the project.

    This Partnership is designed to not only address the hazards within the construction industry, but also to promote and recognize jobsites that demonstrate an effective safety and health program.

    This document will serve to establish a cooperative effort in ensuring safety and maintaining an open line of communication between OSHA, ODOL – Consultation, Flintco, LLC, participating project subcontractors and labor organizations on this project.

    Specifications and assignments within this Partnership document do not relieve the contractors from or lessen their safety & health responsibilities nor change any contractual obligations between Flintco, The University of Oklahoma or any of the participating project subcontractors. . Nor does it lessen any/all affirmative defenses, legal rights or due process afforded contractors with respect to Agency enforcement action.

  3. Project Description
  4. The project includes demolition of the current South End zone area of the stadium with the exception of the seating bowl and supporting structure. The new expansion work includes bowling in the South area of the stadium with new seating, suites, restrooms, concessions, athletic department offices, athletic training and associated services areas. The Project site is located on the North West corner of Lindsey Street and Jenkins Ave. The address of the Stadium is 180 West Brooks, Norman, OK 73019.

    The new expansion will replicate the original Stadium’s façade and has structural steel frame, structural steel bracing with a face brick and cast stone façade.

    The project is scheduled to begin in July of 2015 with multiple bidding phases. The construction duration is approximately 18 months.

  5. Identification of Partners
  6. Flintco, LLC

    Participating Project Subcontractors OSHA – Oklahoma City Office
    ODOL – Consultation

    Pledge Support for the partnership
    The University of Oklahoma

    1. PURPOSE AND SCOPE
    2. The goal of this Partnership agreement is to help ensure The University of Oklahoma project will be a safe and healthy work environment for all workers, staff, the public, university employees and visitors.

      OSHA has identified the top four causes of fatalities in construction as: falls, being struck by equipment or machinery, electrocution, and caught-in-between equipment or materials. Flintco, LLC has added an additional focus hazard of overexertion and ergonomic hazards that will be identified, corrected and tracked throughout the project in an effort to prevent injuries. Flintco, LLC calls this the “Focus 5”.

    3. GOALS, STRATEGIES, AND MEASURES
    4. The overall goal for this Partnership Agreement is to create an injury free safety culture, promote effective safety management systems, train, educate, job hazard recognition, hazard controls, self-inspection practices, abatement efforts, accountability measures and cooperative attitudes among all partners resulting in the prevention of injuries, illnesses, and incidents on the project.

    Goals Strategies Performance Measures

    Zero injuries and illnesses on the project; Project injury/illness data below the current Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) National Average for NAICS 23 (all of construction).

    Implementation of comprehensive safety and health management system for the site.

    Provide a cool down area when temperatures exceed 85 degrees (f).

    Flintco’s telephone use policy will be in force on the project.

    Proactive safety metrics – Behavior based safety observations, weekly safety audits, near miss reporting, and education/training;

    The Project’s injury and illness data-Total Case Incident Rate (TCIR); Days Away, Restricted or Transferred (DART) Rate; Days Away From Work (DAFW) Rate will be track through BIM 360 and compared with the most current BLS published data for NAICS 23 for each year. The 2013 BLS TCI, DART, and DAFW Rates for NAICS 23 are 3.8, 2.0 and 1.4, respectively, will be utilized as the baseline for the Partnership. The Project’s injury and illness data will be also compared to the baseline A sign in sheet will be maintained at the cool down area to evaluate the usefulness of this area.

    The success of the phone policy will be determined by the number of documented non-compliance cases following site safety orientation.

    Developing a Flintco/government partnership that will encourage involvement by the owner, construction manager and participating subcontractors in the improvement of safety and health performance.

    Require regular involvement by the University of Oklahoma, Flintco, LLC and participating subcontractors in the oversight of and improvement of S&H performance, through completion of the project.

    Review of site specific safety plans.

    Preconstruction meetings with significant emphasis on safety to include Identifying Safety and Health professionals for contractors and participating subcontractors.

    Verify by reviewing the number of participating subcontractors that have implemented and/or improved written safety and health management systems.

    Participating subcontractors will meet Safety submittal requirerments including a written safety program that meets or exceeds Flintco, LLC Health and Safety program.

    Implementing innovative strategies to eliminate serious accidents, including the four primary construction hazards (falls, struck-by, caught in, and electrical), and ergonomic hazards

    1. Provide all employees site-specific safety orientation in English and Spanish.
    2. Achieve a goal of 10-hour OSHA training for 50% of all field workers by offering monthly OSHA 10 classes.
    3. Implement and enforce an ongoing site safety audit program (to include weekly site walk through with contractors and sub- contractors).
    4. Perform daily stretch and flex with all crews on the project.
    5. Perform daily pre-task safety planning by all crews on the job site.
    6. Create applicable safety awareness initiatives to help maintain focus on key areas.
    7. Perform incident investigation and root cause analysis for any OSHA recordable and near miss incidents.
    8. Require Job Hazard Analysis for every activity on site prior to the start of work on that activity.
    9. Hold Weekly tool box meetings by crew.
    10. Conduct daily huddle meetings in the field.
    11. Corporate-wide safety meetings every Friday.
    12. Require new hires to have a “Mentor” they can ask questions to.
    13. Track hazards discovered and corrected.
    14. Produce a Final Project Report. Document the number of employees trained (including orientation and 10 & 30-hour courses).

    Document the number of hazards identified and abated during the safety audits, including ergonomic hazards.

    Offer OSHA 10 hour training to all field staff, and document attendance.

    Offer OSHA 30 hour training to supervisory people every 90 days and document attendance.

    Test employees after orientation. 70% correct required to be on site. Any incorrect answer will be discussed to insure employee understands requirement prior to reporting to job site. Maintain a safety sign in poster outside of the conference room that everyone signs after orientation.

    JHA’s required with all Installation Work Packages (IWP’s).Tracking of completed JHA’s and Pre-Task Form will be accomplished through BIM 360.

    Document weekly tool box meetings with sign in sheets.

    Track observations of subcontractor representatives in the daily meetings. Lessons learned from other projects will be shared with the project team, and will be accomplished through weekly Safety call by project staff. This information will be part of Site safety meeting held weekly.

    Require naming of mentor at orientation. The assigned Mentor should be a Senior positive role model.

    Track hazards abated through BIM 360, This information will be available to all participating subcontractors after enrolling in BIM 360.

    Report on performance through publishing of all Performance Measures tracked on the project.

    Provide for worker/union representation involvement.

    Provide worker/union representation involvement in weekly site safety meetings; site safety workarounds. Schedule On-Site Consultation visits Quarterly

    Document the number of workers/union representatives involved in weekly site safety meetings; and site safety workarounds

    Track number of employees and participating subcontractors on site during visits along with Number of hazards Identified and corrected.

 

  1. The overall success of the Partnership will be measured as follows:
    1. The annual and total project aggregate TCIR, DART and DAFW Rates will be compared to the most currently published Bureau of Labor (BLS) National Average rates for construction (NAICS 23), with zero fatalities. The BLS 2013 rates for NAICS 23 are 3.8, 2.2 and 1.5, respectively for TCIR, DART and DAFW will serve as the baseline for the Partnership.
    2. Project Injury/Illness data will be evaluated for trends in injuries and near misses, from year to year. Partners will seek to establish a Zero incident rate on the Project whereby it is understood that nearly all accidents are linked to human decision-making and therefore preventable when the proper considerations, assessments, controls and decisions are made. Such attitudes and efforts will achieve accident and injury rates well below the latest published BLS national average (2013) for the construction industry, NAICS 23.
    3. Documented jobsite weekly inspections and observations, with an emphasis on hazard identification and remediation, and tracking the total number of hazards identified and corrected.
    4. Records of training certifications/training rosters will be maintained. Report the total number of people trained. These may include, but not be limited to, OSHA 10 and 30 Hour OSHA courses as well as the site orientation and other on-site training.
    5. Evaluate the effectiveness of the 100% Fall Protection Plan, through the number of plans implemented and/or improved. Additional measurements of effectiveness may include injury/illness records and near misses for falls.
    6. Safety and Health Programs will be maintained by Flintco. Reports to be made available quarterly, concerning the general effectiveness of the safety and health programs. Copies will be made available to all members of the Partnership for review.
    7. Monthly “dashboard” reviews of key performance indicators and applicable metrics.
  1. ANNUAL EVALUATION
  2. The Partnership will be evaluated quarterly, and will include data used to monitor the success of the Partnership efforts. On a quarterly basis the Executive Committee comprised of Flintco’s Project Director and Safety Manager, appointed Safety Representatives from our Partnership members, The University of Oklahoma, a Representative from Labor, a representative from ODOL – Consultation, and a Representative from OSHA shall meet and discuss the program and make any modifications as required to continually improve the partnership. When an OSHA representative attends these meetings, the meeting will serve as an on-site non-enforcement verification visit by OSHA. A written evaluation will be completed annually, in accordance with the Strategic Partnership Annual Evaluation format measurement system as specified in Appendix “C” of CSP 03-02-003, OSHA Strategic Partnership Program for Worker Safety and Health Directive. The annual evaluation will be submitted to the Regional OSHA Office.

  3. OSHA STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP (OSP) BENEFITS/INCENTIVES
  4. Participant benefits from OSHA may include:

    1. In the event that a company performing work at the site is cited by OSHA, a maximum penalty reduction for good faith will be provided, in accordance with CPL 02-00-159, Field Operations Manual (FOM), dated October 1, 2015. In the event that the FOM is revised, OSHA shall provide such revised FOM provision to Flintco, LLC and the most current FOM will be utilized.
    2. Priority will be given to “phone and fax” investigations of all informal complaints in lieu of on-site inspections.
    3. Any non-serious violation observed during an OSHA inspection visit shall not be cited if it is immediately abated during the inspection.
    4. This Partnership requires frequent inspections of the worksite by Flintco, LLC, participating subcontractors and other members of the Partnership to identify and correct hazards. It also serves as a model to participating subcontractors and others by demonstrating how to implement a strong safety and health program on a large multi-employer jobsite. It also encourages a higher level of participation in the safety process by involving everyone on the jobsite. The knowledge gained from this Partnership will be applied to reduce injuries and illnesses at future work sites.
    5. OSHA Consultation will be available for consultation and job walks upon requests of Flintco, LLC or participating subcontractors (recommended quarterly).
  5. OSHA INSPECTIONS/VERIFICATIONS
    1. OSHA will continue to investigate fatalities and catastrophes should they occur at the jobsite as well as alleged “imminent” danger situations per the FOM. Note: In the event that the FOM is revised, the most current FOM will be utilized.
    2. OSHA will continue to investigate all complaints and referrals received in accordance with procedures contained in the FOM. Note: In the event that the FOM is revised, the most current FOM will be utilized.
    3. OSHA will complete at least one focused “monitoring” (on-site enforcement verification visit) inspection each year during the term of the Partnership. These inspections will follow the most current FOM and the “Focused Inspection” protocol {Memorandum from James W. Stanley, “Guidance to Compliance Officers for Focused Inspections in the Construction Industry”, dated August 22, 1994 (Revision 2 issued September 20, 1995 and incorporated herein)} addressing hazards related to falls, struck by, caught-in, and electrical hazards. Inspections conducted in response to complaints, Local and/or National Emphasis Programs (LEP/NEP), or referrals will qualify as the monitoring inspection if, in addition to addressing the complaint/LEP/NEP/referral item(s), the compliance officer completes the focused inspection protocol for the worksite.
    4. On-site non-enforcement verification visits will be performed by OSHA representatives, by their participation in the quarterly Executive Safety Committee meetings (as outlined in Section IV of the Partnership).
    5. Flintco, LLC and participating subcontractors will periodically utilize ODOL Consultation’s on-site safety and health consultations at the jobsite. Quarterly site visits are recommended.
    6. Flintco, LLC will permit OSHA access for any inspection to be made pursuant to Section VI paragraphs A, B, and C and will not require an inspection warrant for any such inspection. Flintco, LLC will be allowed time to have a safety representative accompany OSHA on site.
  6. OSP MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS
  7. Each Participating Subcontractor and their respective subcontractors with 30 or more employees working on the project at one time will be required to have a full-time safety person focused only on safety and will designate an employee to attend on-site project safety steering team committee meetings. The project Safety Engineer for subcontractor will oversee the committee and convene a general meeting at least quarterly to evaluate the progress of the Partnership. Participating subcontractors having more than 70 workers on site (as defined above) will have two full time safety people.

    The project safety committee will review the completed and summarized safety inspections, observations reported, near misses, injury and illness data of the site as part of the quarterly meeting. Identified hazards, abatement and best management practices will be discussed. OSHA may provide a representative to share current issues in construction risk control and provide input for improvement.

    1. Flintco, LLC:
    2. Flintco, LLC is being assigned the lead role in the administering of the project specific safety program for The University of Oklahoma Project. Flintco, LLC will ensure implementation of the following:

      1. Implement a comprehensive safety and health program, which includes:
        1. Management commitment and employee involvement;
        2. Worksite analysis;
        3. Hazard control;
        4. Arrange for training assistance for participating subcontractors and their sub-tier contractors on-site;
        5. Require subcontractor(s) to implement an appropriate Disciplinary Program for safety rule violations.
      2. All Subcontractors and their contractors shall have an effective safety program in place and a copy of their company’s written safety and health program and site specific safety plan submitted and approved by Flintco, LLC before the start of any on-site work. These programs in addition to the Site Specific Safety Plan established for The University of Oklahoma will establish policy guidelines and behavioral expectations for the project.
      3. Have the authority to enforce safety rules and regulations. This authority will include provisions to hold subcontractors and employees accountable and, if necessary, take appropriate action to enforce compliance with the established Project safety rules and regulations. A disciplinary action plan will be strictly enforced for those not complying with Flintco, LLC safety policies, rules and practices.
      4. Work scope planning will take into consideration any exposures that the construction activity may create for workers, the public and visitors.
      5. Where airborne silica exposure exists, Flintco, LLC will require the use of wet cutting techniques and/or dust collection systems in addition to the appropriate use of approved respiratory protection where warranted.
      6. 100% fall protection is required whenever working at 6 feet or higher. Use of conventional fall protection methods will be employed (i.e. personal fall arrest / restraint systems, or guardrail systems) when performing all work that is at 6 feet or higher. This includes steel erection, roofing (other than roofing work within a properly erected six foot perimeter warning line system), and other leading edge construction operations even when it may exceed OSHA requirements.
      7. Guardrails or fall protection must be employed on all scaffolding over six feet.
      8. Flintco, LLC and Subcontractors routinely evaluate the effectiveness of the Fall Protection Plan, and will take corrective action as needed. (Based off BIM 360 Information)
      9. Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) will be utilized at the power source throughout the project.
      10. Back up alarms and fire extinguishers shall be present on all equipment other than pickup trucks.
      11. OSHA-required trench and excavation protection shall be enforced along with an excavation permit for excavations/trenches 4 feet or deeper.
      12. All workers, management and visitors shall wear ANSI approved hardhats, ANSI approved safety glasses with side-shields, gloves as appropriate, work boots and high visibility vests or clothing at all times while on site. (Exception shall be inside the isolated on-site management offices or designated break areas.)
      13. Cranes and associated operations: All crane operators working on the site, whether by subcontract, or provided as part of a lease or rental agreement, shall be qualified and trained in crane safety. Appropriate training shall be verified by Flintco, LLC before crane operation is permitted on the worksite. People performing rigging duties and crane signaling will be required to verify that proper training has been completed.
      14. 100% tagline policy will be enforced with the lifting of all crane loads.
      15. A proactive integrated project safety inspection protocol will be implemented to increase reporting of hazards and near-miss incidents. Multiple weekly site safety inspections will be documented by project management, site supervision, and project safety management.
      16. Compile and maintain injury and illness data and make the data compilations available to all Partners, including OSHA. In addition, subcontractor’s Experience Modification Rates (EMR) will be made available to OSHA upon request.
      17. Review quarterly injury/incident reports with the Safety Committee including first aid and near miss reports.
      18. As a goal, the elimination of work related injuries from inadequate planning and execution by ensuring key job hazards are identified and controlled. Conduct and retain summary documentation of weekly toolbox talks and Jobsite Safety Analysis (JHA).
      19. Housekeeping initiatives will be introduced to maintain orderly storage of materials and removal of workplace trash and debris:
        1. Eating, drinking and consumption of food products will only be allowed within designated controlled areas of the project site.
        2. All trash and waste shall be removed and placed in appropriate provided receptacles.
        3. Subcontractors will maintain an adequate number of trash containers throughout the floors and areas of construction. All trash will be moved into dumpsters provided at one location on site by Flintco, LLC.
        4. Project has adopted a continuous clean-up strategy whereby subcontractors are to remove construction debris closely following work activity. Nails and screws are to be bent over or retracted following form stripping operations.
        5. Access to work areas, ladders, stairs, buck hoist, and storage areas are to remain free and clear of obstructions.
        6. Methods to control dust will be employed whenever possible (e.g. Wet/dry vacuums, misting, damp wiping, covering / tarping of materials, dust reducing sweeping compounds, etc.).
        7. Spills and loose materials that pose potential slip hazards are to be cleaned up immediately.
        8. Tools, equipment, and materials are to be brought and stored only when they are needed and removed from site when no longer required.
        9. Loose materials are to be contained, stacked, racked and otherwise kept in an orderly condition.
        10. Fire Extinguishers will be provided by subcontractors for their scope of work.
        11. Flammable storage cabinets are to be provided by subcontractors for all aerosols, and flammable liquids maintained within the building structure (Most job/tool boxes are not approved for this use).
        12. Material shall be secured to eliminate the possibility of accidental displacement due to impending inclement weather.
      20. Employee training and safety meetings:
        1. All site workers employees will receive a site-specific safety orientation from Flintco, LLC covering jobsite safety and health issues and procedures relative to the work being performed. A copy of the Project Safety and Health Work Rules will be provided and signature pages maintained on file.
        2. Daily pre-task hazard prevention planning will be conducted by all crews. This planning, hazard recognition, and determination of controls will be documented daily on Pre-Task Safety Analysis (PTSA) forms. PTSA’s will be available in the field for review and periodically audited by the Flintco, LLC management and project safety staff. PTSA records will be filed and maintained in the project trailer.
        3. Daily “Stretch and Flex” sessions will be conducted at the start of each day.
        4. Weekly safety meetings will be held by Flintco, LLC and each subcontractor and a copy maintained in the Flintco, LLC project office.
        5. Periodic job-wide safety meetings will be held and various guest speakers including OSHA, Flintco, LLC, Manufacturer Representatives, Vendors, and subcontractor Supervision and Safety Personnel will be invited to participate. When an OSHA representative attends these meetings, the meeting will serve as an on-site non-enforcement verification visit by OSHA.
        6. Superintendents, foreman and site personnel designated as safety representatives shall, at a minimum, have completed the OSHA 30 Hour construction outreach training course (or its equivalent). Field supervisory personnel and those acting in the capacity as a competent person shall have completed the OSHA 10 Hour construction outreach training course for the construction industry (or its equivalent). Training is to be completed prior to commencement of work on-site or within 90 days of the start of work at Flintco, LLC discretion. Records of training will be maintained by the Flintco, LLC or subcontractor site safety manager and available for review by OSHA upon request.
        7. To help keep safety awareness at peak levels, safety commitment banners, warning signs, safety reminder signs such as “Wear Your Gloves” will be strategically placed around the job site.
        8. Additional craft specific hazard recognition education sessions will be conducted on an as-needed basis by the respective participating subcontractors through weekly tool box talks.
      21. Provide signage identifying the site as an OSHA Partnership Project.
      22. In addition to OSHA’s notification requirements, Flintco, LLC will notify the local OSHA office of safety or health related events, which are likely to generate public attention and/or news media coverage. This notification will be provided in a timely manner and will include sufficient background and incident information for responding to agency and public inquiries.
      23. Another goal of the Partnership is to create a working relationship between the OSHA Oklahoma Area Office, ODOL - Consultation and the other Partnership members. OSHA’s technical resources capability may facilitate greater understanding of issues and enhance effective prevention and control efforts. Flintco, LLC will utilize quarterly consultations from ODOL - Consultation.
      24. Establish a Project Safety Committee with participation from project management, safety personnel and labor to review safety goals and objectives, audit safety performance of contractors, address the effectiveness of the project safety program, and make recommendations to improve on identified weakness in the safety management system.
    3. Participating Subcontractors:
    4. Selection Criteria for Participant Subcontractors

      Executive Commitment: Participants agree to submit a letter stating executive commitment to develop and maintain a safety and health program for construction this construction project. It should make clear such a program is a priority for the officer and that he (or she) will personally track programs and hold managers accountable for administration of the program. The letter should be addressed to the OSHA Area Director. A similar letter should be addressed to managers and employees and posted for two months in the workplace. Such letters must also be translated (in writing) in the language of the workers.

      Participants must also commit to develop a safety and health program. In addition, participant Subcontractors shall also agree to:

      1. Appoint an on-site person to act as a labor representative to resolve jobsite safety Matters and be the liaison to the Flintco, LLC Safety Manager.
      2. Conduct daily pre-task safety analysis.
      3. Participate in the daily stretch and flex program.
      4. Conduct and document Scheduled job site safety inspections weekly for those employees under their control. This is in addition to the general, on-scheduled, non-documented inspections that should occur daily. Will be documented through BIM 360, and communicated during morning supervisor meeting.
      5. Conduct all applicable equipment and vehicle inspections (documented).
      6. Conduct and document jobsite safety meetings and make them available to Flintco, LLC and OSHA upon request.
      7. Participate with Flintco, LLC during the weekly on-site safety inspections and if non-compliant activity or hazards are discovered, the affected subcontractor shall promptly abate the conditions.
      8. The subcontractor shall provide communication directly to Flintco, LLC immediately if any injury, near miss, or unsafe condition has been identified.
      9. The subcontractor will receive a copy of all reports of job site inspections for their respective areas.
    5. OSHA & ODOL:
      1. OSHA may participate in the quarterly Safety Committee meetings, but will not participate in the weekly walk-around inspections. OSHA’s participation in these quarterly meetings will serve as an on-site non-enforcement verification visit.
      2. Compliance Assistant Personnel from the OSHA Oklahoma Area Office and ODOL – Consultation may provide assistance with on-site and off-site safety and health training.
      3. Give priority to the Site when technical assistance is needed.
      4. Audit the quarterly reports and make recommendations for improvement in meeting the Partnership Goals.
      5. Review Partnership company safety and health programs, along with participating subcontractors as necessary, and provide technical assistance and recommendations for improvement.
      6. Provide national statistics covering all areas of standards enforcement for distribution to the Partners.
  1. Employee and Employer Rights and Responsibilities
  2. This partnership does not preclude employees and/or employers from exercising any right provided under the OSH Act, nor does it abrogate any responsibility to comply with the rules and regulations adopted pursuant to the Act.

  3. Term of OSP
  4. This agreement shall be in effect until completion of the Site and Building construction activities but not to extend past completion of Phase One or March 1, 2017.

    If any signatory of this agreement wishes to terminate its participation prior to the established termination date, written notice of the intent to withdraw must be provided to all other signatories. A thirty (30) day notice is required prior to termination and gives the parties an opportunity to resolve any issues to avoid termination.

    For non-signatory participants of the OSP, OSHA may terminate the participant's involvement at any time with written notice. Additionally, the participant may withdraw its participation from the OSP at any time with written notice to OSHA of the intent to withdraw.

    If OSHA chooses to withdraw its participation in the partnership, the entire agreement is terminated. Any signatory may also propose modification or amendment of the agreement. United States Department of Labor

    Occupational Safety & Health
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Based upon a mutual interest to protect construction workers in the Bi-State area, the Parties below agree to the above terms of the Flintco, OSHA Partnering Agreement for The University of Oklahoma Project.

Signed this day ______ of, __________ 2016.

Principal Participants:


David Bates
Area Directors
Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Oklahoma City Area Office


Kirk Mammen
Vice President / Area Manager
Flintco, LLC


Melissa McLawhorn Houston
Commissioner
Oklahoma Department of Labor

 

The following Pledge both support and cooperation to the partnership:


Brian Holderread
Director, Architecture and Engineering Services
University of Oklahoma


Mr. David Bates
Area Director
U.S. Department of Labor – OSHA
55 North Robinson, Suite
Suite 315
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Dear Mr. Bates,

Flintco, LLC is committed to a comprehensive safety and health program that will involve employees at all levels. It is our goal to include the employee in safety and health inspections, and safety and health program analysis.

Flintco, LLC will focus our efforts on providing safety and health training to our employees in the four areas where most accidents occur in the construction industry: falls, struck by, caught in between and electrocutions hazards. To accomplish this goal, we will utilize the Flintco, LLC Safety designee to assist in maintaining records of all injuries occurring in the work place, conducting inspections of the work place and providing training to all employees.

 

Signature


Title


Company


Date


 


Occupational Safety and Health Administration

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP APPLICATION SITE INFORMATION

Employer Name:

Flintco, LLC

Name of Project:

Stadium Expansion for University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK

Site Address:


Contact Person:


Email Address:


Office Phone:


Fax:


Start Date:


Estimated Completion Date:

11/01/2016

 


OSHA STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WEEKLY SELF INSPECTION

Employer Name:

Flintco, LLC

Name of Project:

Stadium Expansion for University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK

Total number of employees on-site:


Total number of employees on-site:

 

Number of Days Away cases:


Number of restricted/Transferred cases:


Hazards indentified and corrected:


Report for the Month of:


Number of Sub Contractors/Companies in Partnership:


Number of Self Inspections Performed:


Number of Workers Covered by Self Inspection:


Training Hours:


 

Type of Hazards Identified # Immediately Corrected # Corrected within 1 Week Total Corrected
Fall Hazard        
Electrical Hazard        
Struck by Hazard        
Caught In/Between Hazard        
Other        
Total        
Training:

 

# of employees


# of supervisors


Inspection(s) conducted by:

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