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Project manager/ contractors representative: Matthew burgess 0438858295
Site manager/supervisor: Matthew Burgess 0438858295
Second in charge: Hayden Reynolds 0400551429
-All, workers or volunteers must sign in and out of site
-Log book will be kept on site in the project manager’s vehicle.
-Playtas will provide training where required and guidance/direction to the volunteers and supply the required tools.
-Some of the tasks carried out by volunteers will be, but not limited to; weeding, spreading soil and mulch, digging holes for handmade pavers
-At the end of each day all construction sites will be fenced off with orange bunting, star pickets and yellow caps, all pathways will be swept down and any debris removed all holes/trip hazards will be filled or fenced off and public access to path will be left how it was found, all equipment/tools will be stored at the local sawmill.
-At the completion of works all damage and defects will be rectified to the satisfaction of the superintendent and owner of site.
Include a programme of works including key milestones, start & finish dates.
Site safety & management
Playtas group will provide advisory signage at each end of works to notify pedestrians that they will not be able to access the entire length of the footpath during the construction period from the 24/10/16- 3/10/16. Please find marked in orange on the TMP. Site safety signage and bunting will be set up at each working site, please find marked in yellow and orange on the TMP.
Marked on the TMP in Blue is how machinery will access each site, when machinery is operating all volunteers and staff are to keep a minimum distance of 5 meters away and are required to wear a hard hat and high vis, machinery will be stopped if public are walking through the area and start operating again once the pedestrian/s are at a safe distance.
There is a muster point in the event of an emergency/accident/event located at the entrance of both ends of the site marked on the TMP, in the case something should happen employees and volunteers are to assemble at the closest point.
During work hours (8am-4.30pm) pedestrian interaction will be managed in the site area adjacent to the public toilets and train park by fencing off the area being used for dumping/collecting of materials. When receiving materials all trucks will be informed where to dump prior to arrival and will be guided by Playtas employees.
In the case of an emergency where somebody falls into the river
first notify a lifeguard,
should there be no lifeguards 000 should be called and have emergency personnel on standby,
encourage the victim to swim toward the bank
try and reach the victim with a solid object e.g. Rake handle,
If the victim cannot be reached a rope or buoyant object should be thrown toward them.
Someone should always keep an eye on the victim and encourage them to swim toward the bank.
What is the course of action if somebody falls into the river?
“Aggressive behaviour: unacceptably hostile behaviour towards staff or visitors to the work site that creates an intimidating, frightening or offensive situation and/or adversely affects work performance”
Please see attached document Model Guidelines - Managing and Responding to Threats, Aggressive Behaviour and Violence from Members of the Public