Occupational Health & Safety Organization and Management System

Based on the Document No DIPAD/oik/889/ 14-1-2003, which regards the prevention and management of occupational risk during public works’ construction, the public works’ contractor is required to carry out the works in a safe manner and according to the corresponding legal provisions and the guidelines of the Project’s Owner, as expressed through the corresponding authority regarding occupational health and safety. The contractor must implement the Occupational Health & Safety Organization and Management System at the project in order to minimize the occupational risk. The minimum requirements according to the Occupational Health & Safety Organization and Management System, inter alia, are:

 

  • The declaration of the Health and Safety policy.
  • The designation of Safety Engineer, Safety Coordinator and Occupation Doctor.
  • The subcontractors’ health and safety management system.
  • The safety procedures that will applied at the project (e.g. accidents’ investigation, first aid, personnel training e.tc.).
  • The guidelines for the works’ safe execution and the required special studies.
  • The schedule of health and safety audits and meetings that will be kept during the project.
  • The full conduction of safety & health plan and a safety & health file (S.A.Y. and F.A.Y.)
  • The detailed recording of hazards’ sources and the risk assessment.
  • The project’s operation and maintenance manual, after the corresponding works’ completion.