Contractor safety plans
For the safety of our NAU employees we have provided a contact list for the Contractors that are currently working on our campus. In order to comply with the contractors safety requirements and enter their job sites you will be required to contact the contractor Superintendent before entering any contractors job site. The purpose for this, is to ensure that we are following the specific contractor safety plans, and get any relative information that may pertain to the tasks that you may be required to do on their job sites.
In order to provide you with the best protection, we request that persons required to enter these work sites read the Safety Plans for the according site and call the Superintendent/Project Manager prior to arrival to ask about the required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for that area. We also request you bring a blank Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) to complete the work order.
Hardison/Downey Construction Accordion Closed
Location: NAU SAS Building
New Student and Academic Services Building, Project #09.600.141
Located at the west side of San Francisco Parking Structure (Building 96B) at the corner of Blome and Beaver St. on Northern Arizona University’s Flagstaff Campus
Hardison/Downey Competent Persons
Scaffolds: Mike Kelly
Fall Protection: Mike Kelly
Cranes: Mike Kelly
Personal Protective Equipment
All incidents of a crisis nature must be reported immediately to the following persons:
– Mike Kelly 602-722-0706
– Brad Sullivan 602-206-7189
– Graig Ludwig 602-723-8868
– Grace Miller 602-722-2576
Closest person to injured worker:
- Notify closest Foreman/individual with cellphone
Foreman/individual with radio:
- Contact h/d/c Superintendent Mike Kelly 602-722-0706; Project Managers Graig Ludwig 602-723-8868 or Brad Sullivan 602-206-7189
- Advise location, nature and extent of injury (Ensure you know the exact location of the injury)
- Make sure area is safe to prevent further injuries
- Clear area, stop all work in area (However, attempt to preserve accident site as much as possible.)
Do not move injured person or allow them to move
NOTE: Any 911 calls should be made by the hardison/downey Superintendent. However, if this would significantly delay emergency help when it is obvious that an ambulance is necessary anyone with a cell phone may make the call. TELL 911 YOU ARE ON NAU CAMPUS.
Utility Emergencies: Gas/Steam Line: Call NAU Police 928-523-3000;
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Hard Hats/Vests/Glasses For Team & Visitors (As Required)
Special PPE For Temps (Face Shields, Gloves, Etc.)
Fall Protection Equipment (Harnesses, Lanyards,Lifelines, Anchorages, Etc.)
Ear Protectors, Dust Masks, Etc. (For Voluntary Use)
Haydon Building Corporation Accordion Closed
Location: New Aquatic/Tennis Center
Please reference the HBC Safety Manual prior to your arrival to find the specific requirement to enter the job site.
Kinney Construction Accordion Closed
Location NAU ARD & Babbit
Job Phone Contacts
- Jobsite Superintendent: Francois Badenhorst 928-310-8477
- Project Manager: Kai Kaoni 928-310-6907
- KCS Office: 928-799-2820
Emergency Phone Contact Numbers
Site Specific Emergency Action Plans
First Responder to Scene of Accident to Immediately Report Accident to Site Superintendent Francois Badenhorst, or call 911 which ever contact is most immediately necessary.
All job site personnel to stop work at the sound of the Emergency Air Horn and report to their supervisor/foreman. Horn will sound once for an injury. Horn will continuously sound for job-wide evacuation.
Responding KCS Supervisor to report to site of the accident.
Responding KCS Supervisor to call 911, if medical attention is required and not already done so.
Job Foremen assigned by Responding KCS Supervisor to report to the main job site access gate as indicated on map to assist medical responders in accessing the injured worker.
All other Job foreman will position themselves between the scene and the job site access gate to help guide emergency personnel.
An announcement will be made at the site of the incident after the emergency vehicle has left the site before work can commence.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
No matter what the Hazard Assessment determines it is required that at a minimum Hard Hats, Safety Vests, & Safety Glasses are worn at all times by all employees, subcontractors, & visitors while on any jobsite controlled by KCS
Eye and Face Protection
- Safety glasses must be worn at all on times when using any hand/power tool and/or operating equipment where an apparent eye hazard exists. Safety glasses must be worn whenever exposed to any form of concrete operation.
- Eye and face protectors – select based on anticipated hazards. Tinted glasses are not allowed to be used inside the building.
- Construction workers must wear work shoes or boots with slip-resistant and puncture-resistant soles.
- Gloves should fit snugly.
- Subcontractors must wear the right gloves for the job (examples: heavy-duty rubber gloves for concrete work; welding gloves for welding; insulated gloves and sleeves when exposed to electrical hazards).
- Hard hats must be worn at all times on the Jobsite. Hard hats – routinely inspect them for dents, cracks or deterioration; replace after a heavy blow or electrical shock; maintain in good condition. Hard hats are not permitted to be worn backwards.
- Use earplugs/earmuffs in high noise work areas where power tools or heavy equipment are used; clean or replace earplugs regularly. If a hearing hazard exists, protection must be worn.
- Reflective Safety vests or safety t-shirts must be worn at all times when heavy equipment, boom lifts, forklifts, or scissor lifts are onsite whether in operation or not.
Sky Construction and Engineering, Inc. Accordion Closed
Location: Building 77 Equipment Lift Site Work Project
Facility Services Building #77
530 E. Pine Knoll Dr.
Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Designated Responsible and Competent person(s):
Site Specific Emergency Contact Information:
- Dial 911
- State that there is an Emergency Situation
- Provide Operator with:
- Your Name:
- Company Name
- Location / Mile Post Number: Northern Arizona University, Facility Services, Building 77, ¼ mile south of the intersection of Pine Knoll Drive/S. San Francisco St., located south of Pine Knoll Drive, southeast corner of Facility Services/Building 77
- Phone number you can be reached at in case call is lost.
- Provide an alternate number if one is available
- Give operator a brief description of the emergency
- Secure site
- CALL SKY Safety – 602-595-4178
Job safety requirements are as follows:
- Personal protective equipment – employees are required to wear appropriate personal protective equipment in operations where there is exposure to hazardous conditions or where need is indicated to reduce hazards.
- Job classification/tools – employees are hired for a specific job classification. The classification specifies the job title, required certifications, and salary. Employees must remain in hired job classification and perform described duties assigned to said job using only the tools approved for said job classification. Employees are not to work out of classification or use tools not assigned in their job classification. Questions regarding job classification need to be discussed with the job foreman prior to any violation of job classification. Working out of classification is viewed as a safety violation and an endangerment of self and other employees.
- Protective clothing – employees will wear on the job site and in the work area hard hats, clothing suitable for job performance that protects the employee from adverse conditions such as burns and chemical reactions on face, hands or other areas of the skin surface, and footwear conducive to job safety. Employees are not allowed to wear tennis shoes, casual wear clothing, such as shorts, or sleeveless shirts. Steel toed boots are required.
- Eye and face protection – eye and face protection will be provided and must be worn when machines or operations present potential eye or face injury.
- Employees exposed to laser ray must use suitable laser safety goggles which will protect for the specific wave length of the laser and be optical density.
- Goggles will be worn over any employees owned prescription glasses that do not meet industrial safety standards. –hearing protection – hearing protection will be worn in areas where sound levels may exceed 85 decibels.
- Carpal tunnel syndrome – workers required to spend time at key boards and computer terminals shall maintain correct posture and use wrist support board to reduce stress from repetitive motions. Back support cushions and wrist boards will be provided. Overhead lights will be provided to reduce glare from the computer screen.