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Residential | JOHN MORIARTY AND ASSOCIATES FLORIDA OFFICE - VICE
meetings. "We all agree on the schedule before we leave the meeting,
which is good, because everyone has to buy in on it," Schuerger says.
'We work closely with
the owner [and others]
to make sure we keep
Moriarty's safety strategy on the Vice site reflects the company's
corporate focus on maintaining safe workplaces for its employees,
subcontractors and building occupants.
"Safety awareness, training and enforcement begin with the acknowledgment and combined support of Moriarty superintendents
and upper management," the company says.
The company's safety plan that addresses aspects of safety and
health information related to its construction activities. "Compliance
with the plan is the minimum requirement for all subcontractors
and personnel that work with Moriarty," it says.
"Before construction activities commence, the safety director and
project staff fully evaluate the job activities and establish a site-specific safety plan," Moriarty adds. "Safety planning continues as the
work takes place and is discussed in detail with each subcontractor
daily and at weekly foreman's meetings.
"These meetings include review of the specific work to be performed and recognition of potential hazards to be planned for prior
features a concrete and
steel foundation and a glass
and stucco exterior.
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