CHSP Template - Comprehesive

BWC template for comprehensive construction safety and health programs

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CSHP TEMPLATE (Comprehensive)

1.0 Statement of Commitment to Comply with OSH Requirements
I/WE (Name of Contractor’s Authorized Official and/or Project Owner) by accomplishing this
Construction Safety and Health Program do hereby commit and bind ourselves to comply with the
requirements of the Department Order No. 13, series of 1998 – Guidelines Governing
Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction Industry and the applicable provisions of the
Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHS).

We (also) acknowledge our obligation and responsibilities to provide throughout the course of the
project the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as added protection for our workers
and employees.
We also (hereby) commit to implement the necessary job safety and health instructions and
training to all our workers for the entire (during the) duration of the project, as well as the safety of
the general public.

Name of Project Owner
Signature over Printed Name

Name of Contractor
Signature over Printed Name

2.0 Company Safety and Health Policy
It is the general policy of
(Name of Contractor/company)_______ to perform work in the
safest manner possible consistent with good construction practices. To fulfill the requirements of
this policy, an organized and effective Construction Safety and Health Program as described in
this program and in consonance with DOLE D.O. No. 13 and the OSH Standards must be carried
out on every project.
To achieve these objectives, we are committed to perform the following:
2.1 Identifying potential hazards that may arise from the programmed work activities;
2.2 Organizing the work activities so as to minimize the risk arising from them;
2.3 Developing and implementing project specific safety and health program;
2.4 Establishing and enforcing all necessary safe work procedures, rules & regulations;
2.5 Ensuring that all workers are given orientation/briefing or induction prior to deployment to the
2.6 Establishing a site safety and health committee to act as policy making body of the project on
all issues pertaining to safety and health;
2.7 Ensuring the conduct of daily toolbox meetings;
2.8 Establishing a system of follow-up of actions and periodic assessment to check program


3.0 Project Details
i. Specific name of project and Name of Owner:

ii. Location of the project:

iii. Classification of the project:

iv. Name of General Constructor (constructor who has general
supervision over other constructors in the execution of this
project and who directly receives instructions from the owner or
construction project manager, if any)

□ Gen. Building Const.
□ Gen. Engineering Const.
□ Specialty Trade Const.
□ others, specify: ____________________
v. Name of Construction Project Manager /Consultant, if any (a
person or entity who is hired by the project owner, to act in the
owner’s behalf concerning supervision and monitoring of all
matters related to the overall execution of this project. It shall be a
separate entity from the general constructor or any subcontractor
of the construction project

vi. Name of Project Manager/Contact Number (the overall
technical personnel of the general constructor and or the
subcontractor in charge of the actual execution of this project)

vii. Name of Resident Engineer, if any (a duly licensed engineer
who shall be tasked to be present at the construction site at all
times, whenever work is being undertaken, and shall have the
responsibility of assuring the technical conformance of all designs,
materials, processes, work procedures rendered for the execution
of this project, including safety and health of all persons within the
construction site)

viii. Name and Classification of Constructors (synonymous to
builders who undertakes or offers to undertake or purports to
have the capacity to undertake or submits a bid to, or does
himself or by or through others, construct, alter, repair, add to,
subtract from, improve, move, wreck or demolish any building,
highway, road, railroad, excavation or other structure, project,
development or improvement, or to do any part thereof,
including the erection of scaffolding or other structures or works
in connection with this project. The term constructor includes
subcontractor and specialty contractor.)
(Use additional sheet if necessary)

ix. Estimated maximum number of workers

x. Work Hours (including shift)


1st shift: from________to_________
2nd shift: from________to_________
3rd shift: from________to_________
Others: __________________________
xi. Estimated number of heavy equipment:

xii. Projected dates of commencement and completion

□ Backhoe: _____

□ Dozer: _____

Start Date: ____________________

□ Loader: _____

□ Dumptruck: _____

End Date: ____________________

□ Crane: _____

□ Grader: ______

Est. Days to Complete: __________

□ others, specify: ____________________
xiii. Name and Address of Emergency Health Provider (any person or organization who is certified or recognized by the Department
of Health and who can provide the same or equivalent emergency health services as an emergency hospital, including emergency
treatment or workers on site, emergency transport and care during transport of injured workers to the nearest hospital, with adequate
personnel, supplies and facilities for the complete immediate treatment of injuries or illnesses)

xiv. Total Project Cost

xvi. Total Cost on OSH (breakdown)

Use additional sheet if necessary)

4. Construction Safety & Health Committee
Section 11 of D.O. No. 13 requires that rules of Construction Safety and Health Program must be
observed and enforced at the project site, each site shall, at the start of the construction have a
construction safety and health committee. With respect to this project, the committee will be
organized in accordance with the requirements of Rule 1040 of the Occupational Safety and
Health (OSH) Standards of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).
4.1 Composition of Construction Safety and Health Committee (CSHC)
Our CSHC at the (________Name of Project_____) consist of:
4.1.1 Project Manager or his representative as the chairperson ex officio
Name: ______________________________________________

4.1.2 General Construction Safety and Health Officer/s (overall in charge in the implementation
of the OSH program of this project hired by the General Constructor. Please attach certificate
of training/s prescribed by DOLE. Numbers will be dependent on the numbers of workers and
heavy equipment)
Name: ______________________________________________
Name: ______________________________________________
Name: ______________________________________________

4.1.3 Construction Safety and Health Officer/s from Subcontractors (any employee/worker
trained and, in addition to their regular duties and responsibilities tasked by his employer to
implement occupational safety and health program in accordance with the provisions of the
OSH Standard. Please attach certificate of training/s prescribed by DOLE).
Name: ______________________________________________
Company Name: _______________________________________
Name: ______________________________________________
Company Name: _______________________________________
Name: ______________________________________________
Company Name: _______________________________________
Name: ______________________________________________
Company Name: _______________________________________
4.1.4 Occupational Health Personnel (qualified first-aider, nurse, dentist, or physician, engaged
by the employer to provide occupational health services in the establishment/undertaking.
Please attach certificate of training/s prescribed by DOLE):
Name: ______________________________________________
Designation: _________________________________________
Name: ______________________________________________
Designation: _________________________________________
Name: ______________________________________________
Designation: _________________________________________
4.1.5 Workers’ representative (minimum of 3 union members if organized, not necessarily from one

Name: ______________________________________________
Designation: _________________________________________
Name: ______________________________________________
Designation: _________________________________________
Name: ______________________________________________
Designation: _________________________________________
4.2 Duties of the CSH Committee shall include but are not limited to the following:
4.2.1 Plans, develops and oversees the accident prevention programs for the construction
4.2.2 Directs the accident prevention efforts of the establishment in accordance with the safety
programs and performance and government regulations in order to prevent accidents from
occurring in the worksite;


4.2.3 Conducts safety meetings at least once a month. The committee will hold a safety
meeting every _____________ of the month;
4.2.4 Submits reports to the project manager (is this pm of the owner or pm of the gen con?)
on its meetings and activities one day after the meeting;
4.2.5 Reviews reports of inspection, accident investigation and implementation of program;
4.2.6 Provides necessary assistance to government inspecting authorities in the proper
conduct of their activities specifically on the enforcement of the provision of DOLE’s OSHS;
4.2.7 Submits the monthly the following safety and health reports to the DOLE Regional Office
having jurisdiction over the project: Summary of all safety and health committee meetings agreements; Summary of all accident investigation reports using DOLE/BWC/ OHSD/IP-6 form; Periodic hazards assessment with the corresponding remedial measures/actions for
each hazard; Annual Medical Report using the form DOLE/BWC/HSD/OH-47-A (if the duration of
the project is more than one (1) year); Initiates and supervises safety and health training for employees. (Check on the boxes
or list down the training to be provided for workers and employees).
□ 40-Hour Construction Occupational Safety and Health Course
□ 1-Day Workers Safety & Health Orientation
□ others, specify:
4.3 Duties of the Safety Man/Officer
The principal function of the Safety Man assigned to this project is to act as the employer’s
(needs identification) principal assistant and consultant in the application of programs to
remove the hazard from the workplace and to correct unsafe work practices. For this purpose,
the Safety Man has the following duties:
4.3.1 Serves as Secretary to the SHC, as such will perform the following: prepare minutes of meetings; report status of recommendations made; notify members of the meetings; and (needs identification) to the employer a report of the activities of the committee,
including recommendations made.
4.3.2 Acts as an advisory capacity on all matters pertaining to health and safety for guidance of
the employer and the workers.
4.3.3 Conducts investigation of accident as member of the Health and Safety Committee and
submits his separate report and analysis of accident to the employer (needs
4.3.4 Coordinates all health and safety training programs for the workers/employees and
employer (needs identification).

4.3.5 Conduct health and safety inspection as member committee.
4.3.6 Maintains or helps in the maintenance of an efficient accident record system and
coordinates actions taken by supervisors to eliminate accident causes.
4.3.7 Provide assistance to government agencies in the conduct of safety and health
inspection, accident investigation or any other related program.
4.3.8 For the purpose of effectiveness in the project site, the Safety Man is to report directly to
the employer (needs identification).
4.4 Dangerous Occurrence or Major Accident
In case of any dangerous occurrence or major accident resulting to death or permanent total
disability, we will notify the DOLE Regional Office within twenty four (24) hours from occurrence.
After the conduct of investigation by our concerned safety and health officer, we will report all
permanent total disabilities to the DOLE Regional Office on or before the 20th of the month
following the date of occurrence of accident using the DOLE/BWC/HSD-IP-6 form.
5.0 Emergency Occupational Health Personnel and Facilities
Section 8 of D.O. No. 13 states that the construction project owner or his representative shall
provide competent emergency health personnel within the worksite duly complemented by
adequate medical supplies, equipment and facilities based on the total number of workers in the
5.1 Emergency Health Personnel and Facilities
Construction Stages

Our number of
this stage

Health Personnel & Facilities

(Use additional sheet if necessary and attach all required training certificates in this section.)
6.0 Safety & Health Promotion & Education
The (Name of Company) is committed at ensuring that all workers or employees are given
orientation/briefing or induction prior to deployment to the site. It is our continuing effort to
promote safety and health consciousness to all people involved in this project by providing them
with the necessary safety and health training and education to enhance their knowledge and
skills to enable us to attain a safe and healthful project site.
6.1 Workers Safety and Health Orientation/Trainings
We require new workers to attend our Safety & Health Orientation before they are deployed to
this project site in consonance to Section 12 of the D.O. 13. The assigned Safety Officer,
Mr./Ms __________(Complete Name)________________________ will coordinate the conduct
of this orientation.

We ensure that they receive instruction and training regarding the general safety and health
measures we plan to implement for this project, specifically:
6.1.1 basic rights and duties of workers at the jobsite;
6.1.2 means of access and egress both during normal work and in emergency situation;
6.1.3 measures for good housekeeping;
6.1.4 location and proper use of welfare amenities and first –aid facilities;
6.1.5 proper care of PPEs and other protective clothing;
6.1.6 general measures for personal hygiene and health protection;
6.1.7 fire precautions to be taken;
6.1.8 action to be taken in case of any emergencies;
6.1.9 requirements of relevant health and safety rules and regulations.
Below are the list of workers who have undergone the DOLE prescribed safety and health
trainings and orientation

Title of training attended


(Use additional sheet if necessary)

6.2 Specialized Instruction and Trainings
Section 12.6 of the D.O. No. 13 requires specialized instruction and training be given to any
person holding critical occupation.
The inventory lists of our workers who hold critical occupation and attended the specialized
trainings are listed below. (Please attach training certificates)

(Use additional sheet if necessary)

7.0 Toolbox Meeting

Title of training attended


D.O. No. 13 define toolbox meeting or gang meeting as a daily meeting among workers and their
respective supervisors for the purpose of instruction, discussion and proper briefing on the
planned work, the assessment of past work, the possibility or actual occurrence of accidents at
the site, tips and suggestions on how to prevent possible accidents and other related matters.
7.1 Responsible for the Toolbox Meeting
The following supervisor or any designated person (e.g. foreman, leadman, gangboss, etc.) is
required to conduct daily toolbox or similar meetings prior to starting the tasks for the day to
discuss with the workers and anticipate safety and health problems related to every task and the
potential solutions to those problems. The supervisor will remind the workers on the necessary
safety precautions that need to be undertaken.
Name of Supervisor

Time of Toolbox Meeting
(indicate shift, e.g. 1st, 2nd, 3rd )


(Use additional sheet if necessary)

8.0 Accident/Incident/Illnesses Investigation & Reporting
We consider accident/incident/illnesses investigation and reporting as our responsibility.
Absenteeism can greatly affect our work schedule. Looking for replacement can be costly for the
company, the hiring effort, training of new workers, the loss of job momentum affect our
productivity. We involve our supervisors in this program because they are more familiar with the
people involved, they have better understanding of the operation, and they have personal interest
in the investigation since it’s their people who are involved. For this reason, the ____(name of
company)__ is committed to include this responsibility to all supervisors and made them aware
about it.
8.1 Persons responsible for conducting investigation
In this project the following person/s will be assigned to conduct accident/incident investigation:
All accidents

All incidents/near miss


8.2 Conducting and documenting the accident/illnesses investigation
In conducting the accident/illness investigation, we gather facts, analyze them and make the
necessary recommendation. (Please attach sample forms that will be used to document your investigation)

8.3 Compliance with Government Requirements
We will submit the following reports to the DOLE Regional Office concerned:
8.3.1 In case of any dangerous occurrence or major accidents resulting to death or
permanent total disability using the form (DOLE/BWC/OHSD/IP – 6). Notification of major
accidents to DOLE Regional Office concerned within 24 hours.
8.3.2 Summary of Work Accident/Illness Exposure Data Report will be submitted on or before
the 20th of the month following the date of occurrence of accident (for those projects with
short duration or less than one year duration).

8.3.3 Annual Work Accident/Illness Report using the form DOLE/BWC/OHSD/IP – 6B for
those construction projects with more than one year duration.

9.0 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Section 6 of D.O. No. 13 requires that every employer shall, at his own expense, furnish his
workers with protective equipment for eyes, face, hands, feet, lifeline, safety belt/harness,
protective shields and barriers whenever necessary by reason of the hazardous work process or
environment, chemical or radiological or other mechanical irritants or hazards capable of causing
injury or impairment in the function or any part of the body through absorption, inhalation or
physical agent.
Provision of PPE shall be in accordance with Rule 1080 of the OSHS (must include Rule 1070 for
noise). The equivalent cost for the provision of PPE (life span, depreciation, replacement, etc.) shall
be an integral part of the project cost.

Type of PPE




(Use additional sheet if necessary)

9.1 Cleaning and Proper Maintenance of PPEs
It is important that all PPE be kept clean and properly maintained. Cleaning is particularly important
for eye and face protection where dirty or fogged lenses could impair vision. Our workers or
employees inspect, clean, and maintain their PPE according to the manufacturers’ instructions before
and after each use. Our supervisors are responsible for ensuring that users properly maintain their
PPEs in good condition.
We enforce our rule that PPEs must not be shared between workers or employees until it has been
properly cleaned and sanitized. PPE are distributed for individual use whenever possible.
If workers or employees provide their own PPEs, we make sure that it is adequate for the work place
hazards, and that it is maintained in a clean and stored in a conducive condition.
We never allow the use of defective or damaged PPEs. We immediately discard and replace them to
avoid any unintentional use.

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We also consider the importance of ensuring that any contaminated PPE which cannot be
decontaminated is disposed of in a manner that protects workers or employees from exposure to
10.0 Protection of the General Public
We comply with Rule 1412.09 of the DOLE OSH standard in providing a safe covered walkway over
the sidewalk for use by pedestrians in a building construction work less than 2.3 meter (7ft.) from a side
walk or public road.
We comply with Rule 1412.10 of the OSH Standard, Protection from Falling Materials. We observe the
10.1 We will take the steps to protect worker from falling materials, such as the provisions of safety
helmets and safety shoes.
10.2 We will ensure that tools, objects and materials including waste materials) will not be thrown or
tipped from a height, but will be properly lowered by crane, hoist or chutes. If such is not
practicable, the area where the material is thrown will be fenced and no person will be allowed in
the fenced area.
The person responsible for this program:
Name: ______________________________________________
Designation: _________________________________________
11.0 Safety Signages
Our Safety Signages provides warning to workers and employees and the public about the
hazards around the project site. These will be posted in prominent positions at strategic location
visible as far as possible in a language understandable to most of the workers and employees as
well as the public.
11.1 The specific safety signages we intend to set-up for this project include but not limited to:
11.1.1 Mandatory requirement on the usage of PPE prior to entry to the project site (attach sample
picture of this signage that you plan to use for this project);

11.1.2 Areas where there are potential risks of falling objects (if applicable, attach sample picture of
this signage that you plan to use for this project);

11.1.3 Areas where there are potential risks of falling (if applicable, attach sample picture of this
signage that you plan to use for this project);

11.1.4 Areas where explosives and flammable substances are used or stored (if applicable, attach
sample picture of this signage that you plan to use for this project);

11.1.5 Areas where there are tripping or slipping hazards (if applicable, attach sample picture of this
signage that you plan to use for this project);

11.1.6 Approaches to working areas where danger from toxic or irritant airborne
contaminants/substance may exist which should indicate the name of the
contaminant/substance involved and the type of respiratory equipment to be worn (if
applicable, attach sample picture of this signage that you plan to use for this project);

11.1.7 All places where contact with or proximity to electrical/facility equipment can cause danger
(if applicable, attach sample picture of this signage that you plan to use for this project);

11.1.8 All places where workers may come in contact with dangerous moving parts of the
machineries or equipment (if applicable, attach sample picture of this signage that you plan to use for
this project);

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11.1.9 Location of the fire alarms and fire-fighting equipment (attach sample picture of this signage
that you plan to use for this project);

11.1.10 Instructions on the usage of specific construction equipment (if applicable, attach sample
picture of this signage that you plan to use for this project);

11.1.11 Periodic updating of man-hours lost.
11.2 Inspection and Maintenance of Safety Signages
We will regularly inspect and maintain in good condition all safety signages that we will be
providing for this project. The person in charge in inspecting is/are ______(complete name of
person/s)____, he/she is/are our ___(designation)_____. Inspection will be carried out on a
________(specify: daily, weekly, monthly)_______.
Our ________________________ will remove and replaced any signages that are damaged,
illegible, or no longer apply with the current hazard.
12.0 Construction Workers Skills Certification
The company will ensure that all workers assigned in the critical occupations as defined in
Section 15 of D.O. No. 13 and those who will be assigned in the operation of construction heavy
equipment (CHE) will undergo mandatory skills testing for certification by TESDA (Attach TESDA
certificates of those workers certified by TESDA.)

13.0 Testing & Inspection of Construction Heavy Equipment
All construction heavy equipment will be tested and inspected in accordance with the
requirements of Section 10 of D.O. No. 13. The company will ensure that all heavy equipment will
be operated by qualified and certified operators. (Attach Certificate of Testing and Inspection of CHE
used issued by DOLE Accredited Testing Organizations for CHE and TESDA certificate of CHE operator/s).

14.0 Control Measures on Construction Activities
To ensure safe and healthy working conditions throughout the duration of the project the following
control measure activities will be enforced and disseminated to all the workers in the site:
14.1 Major Activities
Major activities for this project includes but not limited to the following: (please check on the box all
that applies)

□ Demolition
□ Earthmoving
□ Scaffold
□ Structural Steel
□ Concreting
□ Welding
□ Painting
□ Others (please specify)

□ Excavation
□ Piling
□ Formwork
□ Crane Operation
□ Rebarworks
□ Electrical
□ Plumbing
□ interior Decoration

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14.2 Hazards Identified
Based on the list of activities for this project, we found the following potential hazards that we may
possibly encounter in the course of project implementation:
14.2.1 Physical Hazards
Physical hazards are the most common in most workplaces. The physical hazards that we
identified for this project include but are not limited to the following: (please check on the box all
that applies)

□ machineries
□ electrical
□ noise
□ exposure to heat
□ fall hazards
□ others (please specify)

□ power and hand tools
□ ladders and scaffolds
□ ventilation
□ tripping
□ collapse

14.2.2 Chemical Hazards
Chemical hazards are present workers handle chemical preparations in any form (solid, liquid
or gas). Some are safer than others, however, some workers are more sensitive to chemicals,
even the common solutions causing illness, skin irritation or breathing problems.
The chemical hazards that we identified for this project include but are not limited to the
following: (please check on the box all that applies)
□ solvents
□ acids
□ acetylene
□ gasoline
□ welding fumes

□ paint products
□ cleaning products
□ propane
□ explosive chemical
□ others (please specify)

14.2.3 Biological Hazards
Biological hazards come from working with infectious people, plants, and other living
materials. The biological hazards that we have identified for this project includes but not
limited to the following: (please check on the box all that applies)
□ blood or other body fluids
□ bacteria and viruses
□ insect bites
□ others (please specify)

□ fungi
□ plants
□ animal and bird droppings

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14.2.4 Ergonomic Hazards
Ergonomic hazards occur when the type of work, body position and working conditions put
strain on the body. They are the hardest to spot since one does not immediately notice the
strain on your body or the harm these hazards pose. Short-term exposure may result in "sore
muscles" on the days following exposure, but long term exposure can result in serious
musculoskeletal injuries.
The ergonomic hazards that we identified for this project includes but not limited to the
following: (please check on the box all that applies)
□ poor lighting
□ poor posture
□ exertion of force
□ others (please specify)

□ frequent lifting
□ repetitive motion
□ awkward movement

(Enumerate control measures to address those hazards identified, Use additional sheet if necessary)

14.3 Safe Work Practices
Safe work practices are procedures adopted for carrying out specific tasks that ensures
workers' exposure to hazardous situations, substances, and physical agents is controlled in a
safe manner. Safe work practices are generally written methods outlining how to perform a
task with minimum risk to people, equipment, materials, environment, and processes. It
should be developed as a result of completing a Hazard Assessment and should closely
reflect the activities in this project.
All safe work practices should be kept in a location central to the work being performed and
readily available to the workforce. Some safe work practices will require specific job
procedures, which clearly set out in a chronological order each step in a process.
(Enumerate below the safe work practices that you intend to perform relative to the hazards you
previously identified above.)

15.0 First-Aid, Health Care Medicines and Equipment Facilities
The company will provide first-aid kit and health care medicines and facilities for workers in the
site in accordance with the requirements of Rule 1960 of the OSHS.
16.0 Workers Welfare Facilities
The following welfare facilities will be provided in the site to ensure human working conditions:
16.1 Adequate supply of safe drinking water
16.2 Adequate sanitary, washing and sleeping facilities separate for men and women workers
16.3 Adequate facilities for changing and for the storage and drying of work clothes.
16.4 Adequate accommodation for taking meals.
To assure that the company provides adequate welfare facilities for the workers in the site the
company will implement the provision of toilets and other facilities in accordance with the
requirements of the Sanitation Code.

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17.0 Medical Surveillance
The company will require all employees to undergo a baseline or initial medical health
examination prior to assigning to a potentially hazardous activity. The examination will include but
not limited to the following:
17.1 Complete medical and work history;
17.2 Physical examination (Pre-employment, During employment and Separation);
17.3 Other special examination (Pulmonary function test, blood panel, ECG >40 years of age,
17.4 Random drug testing.
18.0 Working Hour & Break Time
The work schedule will be on ( please check on the boxes that apply):
□ Mon.







Check on the shift and indicate the work hours for the shift that applies.
□ 1st Shift from ________(am/pm) to __________ (am/pm)
□ 2nd Shift from ________(am/pm) to __________ (am/pm)
□ 3rd Shift from ________(am/pm) to __________ (am/pm)

Check on the shift and indicate the break for the shift that applies.
□ 1st Shift from ________(am/pm) to __________ (am/pm)
□ 2nd Shift from ________(am/pm) to __________ (am/pm)
□ 3rd Shift from ________(am/pm) to __________ (am/pm)
19.0 Construction Waste Disposal
The company including subcontractors will be responsible for minimizing waste generated during
the implementation of the project. The following procedures for disposal of wastes will be
implemented in the site:
19.1 Ensure that the construction wastes are segregated from that of domestic waste.
19.2 All domestic wastes are to be collected on a daily basis.
19.3 Construction debris (broken hollow blocks, spoiled concrete, loose concrete, etc) should be
taken out on the staging area.
19.4 Oil spills and spoiled greases should be wrapping in the black garbage bag and will be
properly disposed.
19.5 Application of good housekeeping.

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20.0 Emergency Preparedness
The objectives of this are to ensure that the company has developed and communicated plans
that will allow for the effective management of emergencies. Attach copy of company emergency
preparedness plan.
21.0 Penalties/Sanctions
For every offenses and violation of any safety rules, regulations and general practices
promulgated by the project and/or the company, the company recommended the following
penalties and sanctions for violation of CSH program: (Please attach company policy on penalties, if
there are any).

Safety Violation
1. No helmet, no safety shoes, no
safety belt/harness
2. no ID, Uniform, working attire,
goggles, glove & apron
3. eating at prohibited area

1st offense

4. littering and loitering


5. smoking at prohibited area


6. urinating at prohibited area




illegal dismantling of safety
signages and paraphernalia
8. illegal gambling
9. overnight stay w/o permission
10. fighting & provoking others
11. working under the influence of
drugs and liquor
12. possession of illegal drugs, deadly
weapon & gambling paraphernalia
13. pilferage and robbery
14. illegal entry/exit
15. refusal to surrender ID & giving
false representation



2nd offense

3rd offense


22.0 Attachments
Attached are the following:
22.1 Certificate of DOLE Company registration under Rule 1020 of the OSHS
22.2 DTI – PCAB License
22.3 Notice of Award/contract
22.4 Certificates of trainings completed of appointed safety and health personnel
22.5 CHE certificate of testing and inspection (if heavy equipment will be used)
22.6 Skills certification of workers (critical occupations)
22.7 OSH Reportorial requirements
22.8 Others ___________________________________________