Safety Submission

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6.0 Se Factor 6 - Safety Program
XXXXX Safety Program is described in this section as required by the RFP. Copies of any documents not included with this proposal as an Attachment, Appendix or Exhibit will be provided immediately upon request.

6.1 Required Safety Forms and Data and Experience Modification Rate (EMR):
XXXXX’ and its significant subcontractors’ Safety Forms and Data are included in this section as required by the RFP.

6.1.1 XXXXX Experience Modification Rate (EMR)

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6.1.2 OSHA Form 300A Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses Reports

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6.1.3 OSHA Total Recordable Cases Incidence Rate (TCIR)

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6.1.4 Days Away from Work, Job Transfer, or Restriction (DART) Rate

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6.1.5 Data and Trends Narrative (Need whatever explanation SME’s are going to use to explain away our “High Risk” to “Extremely High Risk” rating in these categories)

6.2 Significant Subcontractors’ Experience Modification Rate (EMR)

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6.2.1 Significant Subcontractors’ OSHA Form 300A

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6.2.3 Significant Subcontractors’ OSHA (TCIR) Rate

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6.2.4 Significant Subcontractors’ (DART) Rate

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6.2.5 Significant Subcontractors’ Data and Trends Narrative

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6.3 Safety Program and Procedures
XXXXX approach to Safety on all worksites includes adherence to contract-specific safety requirements. For Kings Bay, this includes but is not limited to the following documents:

* OPNAVINST 5100.23 NAVOSH Program Manual * Public Law 91-596, Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 * OPNAVINST 5100.12 Navy Traffic Safety Program * 29 CFR 1910 Labor, Occupational Safety & Health ( General Industry) * Army Corps of Engineers, EM 385-1-1 General Safety Requirements…...

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