What is a SITE SPECIFIC SAFETY PLAN?

A SITE SPECIFIC SAFETY PLAN – also know as a SSSP – is not so much about company safety management, but rather safety systems specific to a SITE or project.
While a company may do similar or even the same work on many different projects, each site has its own set of hazards and risks.
The SSSP takes a detailed look and the site and documents are created specifically for this.

The following sections are commonly used:

These are the common items. Contractors and subcontractors will normally required less documentation:

  1. Cover page with scope of works
  2. Health and safety policy
  3. PCBU (Company) responsibilities
  4. Management responsibilities
  5. Worker responsibilities
  6. Detailed safety plan (45 parts)
  7. Contractor and subcontractor lists
  8. SSSP Agreement
  9. Site hazard identification
  10. Risk register
  11. JSA / TA – task analysis
  12. WSNZ Notification
  13. Hazardous substances register
  14. Tool and equipment register
  15. Vehicle register
  16. Training and competency register
  17. Site emergency procedure
  18. General emergency plan and procedures
  19. Activity specific emergency plan and procedures
  20. Incident register

Order hereWill be done within one working day.

We will need to have a short chat about your activities on site.We will provide you with a list of documents needed from you.

Included will be: Management names, worker names, qualifications, site details, tasks to be performed, equipment used, expected hazards, hazardous substances.

Order – Pay by card

Request an invoice for NZ$790 for payment by EFT  (ANZ)

    Standard option pricing:

    Setup fee for a single site is generally $790
    Documentation is supplied in PDF format, which must then be communicated to your workers, and signed by them.