Compliance protocols are used to authenticate the validity of FLHA, JHA and Construction hazard requests in construction safety compliance. The site safety in-charge carries out these requests and verifies the authenticity of data in these requests of construction safety compliance. During Covid 19 Many states are finally giving contractors a green light to get back to work. Whether you are a small professional subcontractor or a national general contractor, the protocol applies to almost all construction safety compliance projects in progress or about to be launched nationwide. While most contractors are busy concentrating on implementing new protocols in the field, many contractors can impact how a lack of compliance can affect a project and lead to significant payment delays.

There are two different compliance requests: ​

  • Job hazard verification of compliance construction ​
  • Safety compliance ​of compliance protocol

The job hazard verification helps in verifying the raised HSE Packages by asking the questions related to the safety topics.​ An important element of an effective health and safety program is an active and ongoing process for identifying and assessing such hazards.

Safety compliance conducts JSA safety study, house-keeping, environment and protective equipment studies.​As a rule, compliance also means transparency. That means taking responsibility for your work — and in my case, as a director, taking responsibility for the safety practices of everyone working on a compliance construction project.

Steps for Construction Safety Compliance Protocol Module's Process:

First select XFLHA from the list of hazards and then upload the validation criteria. It is important to submit the validation question and submit the form. After that, it is important to enter the relevant details to ensure safety compliance. The final step is to fill out the JSA Security Form.