Disciplinary Policy by HC111213223844

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									Disciplinary Policy
The following is a guideline of disciplinary action for safety infractions. These actions will
not necessarily be implemented progressively. Disciplinary action taken will be
consistent with the seriousness of the infraction.

       Level 1

       In the opinion of the supervisor, the violation is of a minor nature and one which
       does not directly endanger the well being of any person at the workplace.

       Disciplinary action will consist of a mandatory discussion with supervisor
       regarding the violation.

       The supervisor will document violations resulting in a verbal warning.

       Level 2

       A written “Notice of Infraction” will be issued where, in the opinion of the
       supervisor, the violation is of a major nature, one which will directly endanger the
       well-being of any person at the workplace.

       Disciplinary action will consist of a mandatory discussion with supervisor
       regarding the violation and possible suspension. Disciplinary action for Level 2
       infractions may be altered. Workers will be notified verbally and in writing of any
       alterations.

       Repeated violations of this nature will lead to suspension and possible
       termination.

       Level 3

       A written “Notice of Infraction” will be issued where, in the opinion of the
       supervisor, the violation is life-threatening to one or more individuals on site.

       Disciplinary action will consist of a mandatory discussion with supervisor
       regarding the violation and mandatory suspension or termination.

       The following safety infractions are deemed Level 3 and will result in immediate
       suspension and or termination:

             Possessing firearms and/or other weapons on project

             Possession of or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol on
              project
   Fighting

   Failure to replace handrails, barriers, covers or protective devices,
    including safety signs

   Engaging in horseplay which causes injury or property damage

   Tampering with fire-fighting equipment.

								
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