All Construction Work:
- The Longwood Project Manager is either:
- assigned by Longwood Capital Design and Construction Department
- A Trade Shop Supervisor for Facilities Management
- or the Longwood supervisor who contracted the work to be done.
- Potential or predicted impacts to the Longwood University community (roads blocked, power or water outages, etc. …) must be communicated to the Longwood Project Manager as early as reasonably possible.
- Silica Dust – Creation of respirable silica dust that enters public space must be less than 50 micrograms per cubic meter
- Cranes – The contractor must provide a copy of the crane lift plan to the Longwood University Project Manager before the lift.
Outside of an established construction fence on University owned or operated property:
- All work shall be coordinated through the Longwood Project Manager
- All work shall be in accordance with Longwood University policies and procedures to include:
- Hot Work Permits – Permits are issued by EH&S
- Confined Space Entry – EH&S issues Confined Space Entry Permits
- Vehicles – Any backing-up, or other movement where the vehicle operator can’t directly view their path, must use watchers who are in communication with the vehicle operator.
- Smoking and Vaping – Smoking (including vaping) is restricted to designated smoking areas.
Inside of an established construction fence:
- The contractor has sole responsibility for the safety of the site.
- The contractor is responsible for establishing procedures and policies to ensure compliance with applicable regulations.
- EH&S has the right to stop work if an immediately dangerous to life or health situation exists. Should EH&S observe questionable work practices, they will report the incident to the Longwood Project Manager, who in-turn will report the work practice to the project's Job Superintendent so they are aware of the situation and can take action as they deem necessary.
- Work that creates an impact outside of the established construction fence shall be coordinated through the Longwood Project Manager to ensure the safety of people outside the fence.
- Pedestrian routing and safety plans must be coordinated with the Longwood Project Manager and EH&S for the duration of the project.