Construction Site Visits: Requirements for Visitors
The Public Building Commission holds the safety and health of all persons on our jobsites as our highest core value. To that end, we must respectfully request all of our jobsite guests and visitors abide by the following safety rules:
Hard hats, eye protection (safety glasses), high visibility safety vests, hard soled shoes or boots (no open toe shoes, sandals, high heels or gym shoes are permitted), no short pants (long pants are the preferred attire) or sleeveless tops. Remember construction sites can be dusty and wet at times so don't wear your "finest" clothes when coming to the jobsite. Dress appropriately.
All tours must be scheduled in advance and all tours must be accompanied by a Public Building Commission representative. We want your visit/tour to be a safe and rewarding one so we may need time to plan ahead to insure your safety and the safety of others. Please advise us if you need any protective gear (hard hats, etc.).
All visitors MUST check in with security at the jobsite entrance (if they are onsite) and most importantly, check in with the onsite PBC project field office prior to entering the construction area. The PBC field office will inform you about any jobsite hazards or conditions that you should be aware of and the steps you should take to avoid them. Special instructions may also be provided to you regarding the project's Emergency Action Plan.
When leaving the project it is also very important to check out with security and the PBC field office. We want to make sure everyone is accounted for when you leave.
Your cooperation in complying with these important safety rules will be greatly appreciated.