The other is hazard training, mitigation and identification. Here supervisors and other employees need to be trained on how to avoid hazards and handle them if they occur. The other component is the various policies and procedures that a company follows in hazard control. There is also the training documentation needed so as to have only certified workers on the site. According to HSE (2010), these components in the actual plan are grouped into four: Plan Administration – organization, training requirements, accident management etc; Project health and safety guidelines – first aid and medical availability, attire, equipment operation and inspection, site restrictions, health hazards etc; responsibility – project manager, safety coordinator, supervisors and workers; and emergency components – emergency procedures, job safety analysis and phone numbers.
Implementation of the plan cannot start without first developing the plan itself. After this relevant personnel with required expertise are sought. All the factors in relation to the site need to be considered e.g. geography, external influence e.g. political and social. Project indoctrination should take foot with set golden rules on health and safety procedures (HSE 2010). When the goals set are well executed using the plan then success needs to be