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 Safety Program

   WSI is committed to maintaining a safe and healthful work environment. To achieve this goal,
we have developed WSI’s construction safety manual. This safety system is designed to prevent
workplace accidents, injuries, and illness. Our objective is to conduct operations in a safe effective and efficient manner. We achieve this objective through a combination of concerned management, responsible and knowledgeable supervision, and conscientious well trained employees acting in a proactive approach to manage safety.

WSI establishes a safety performance goal for each program:
• Provide each program with guidelines for uniform implementation of a safety system that
   ensures strict compliance with statutory requirements.
• Eliminate personal injury and property damage, thus eliminating human suffering and
   reducing monetary loss.
• Establish lines of communication, responsibility, and accountability for the safety
   system at each worksite.
• Develop safety policies for areas or activities not covered by federal, state, or local standards.

   WSI is committed to careful reporting and investigation of all injuries, property damage, and
production interruption. Incidents on jobsites that result is OSHA recordable injury to an employee of WSI, or in damage to equipment or property, require investigation and a detailed report.

Contractor Safety Surveillance
    Contractors and sub contractors are responsible for their own safety programs and for their agents and employees. Safety equipment and safeguards suitable
to the occupational hazards involved and conforming to the safety regulations at the worksite must be furnished by each contractor.

    In the event of an apparent violation of a safety standard, the Construction Manager will call the violation to the contractor’s attention and request that the situation be corrected.

    The seriousness of the violation dictates the abatement period allowed. In the event of imminent danger to life, limb, or property, the Construction Manager will insist that the
portion of the work affected be stopped until the situation is corrected to minimize the
hazards relative to the specific area of work. The Construction Manager will inform the
contractor at the time a violation is noted.

Scheduling Program
WSI recommends that all contractors be required to submit a detailed, resource-loaded CPM
schedule. WSI will review and approve all such schedules. The personnel involved in these reviews are experienced in construction, estimating, scheduling and combining individual assessments into an overall evaluation. All reports and comparisons are made with this CPM schedule as the baseline.