- Welcome back to Construction Industry Weekly.…In the last segment I started discussing the types of issues…faced by project management personnel on a job site.…This week I wanna present an example of why it's important…for project managers to have a good grasp on safety issues…in order to better manage their trade contractors.…I'm gonna talk here not just about correcting something that…you see being done in an unsafe manor, but about correcting…work being done by one trade that might be safe to them,…but that creates a hazard for the other trades in the area.…
This is really common on construction sites…and it's really where the responsibility lies with…the general contractor to remedy these situations.…It's not okay to have the trades…work it out amongst themselves.…That's why you're there.…It's the general contractor's responsibility…and if you're a project manager or a project engineer…or a superintendent for that general contractor,…this is your responsibility.…Those trade contractors do not have…any contractual relationship with each other.…
Skill Level Intermediate
Construction Management Foundationswith Jim Rogers1h 38m Intermediate
Construction Management: Safety & Healthwith Jim Rogers1h 31m Intermediate
Construction Management: Project Delivery Methodswith Jim Rogers1h 9m Intermediate
Using the exercise files1m 7s
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