Avoiding Enforcement Actions

Tracking offsite, one of the biggest sources of public complaint about a construction site, is a way to attract unwanted regulatory scrutiny. Keeping the construction entrance stabilized and clean is an ongoing effort that pays off by giving an impression of good housekeeping on a site.

Based on audits of hundreds of construction sites across the country, here are the regulatory “hot buttons”:

  1. Inadequate documentation
  2. Inadequate combination of erosion & sediment control measures.
  3. Tracking offsite
  4. Trash and debris onsite
  5. Poorly managed washouts (concrete, paint and stucco)
  6. Poorly placed and managed sanitary facilities (Porta-Johns)
  7. Inadequate BMP maintenance

Inadequate documentation includes the SWPPP or ESCP not current inspections and repairs not documented and training not documented.

 

 

As of December 15, 2005, OSHA ruling 1157 became active. Rumble Track™ will help to keep you in compliance with this ruling.

Rumble Track Solutions

  • Eliminates the headaches associated with the use of rocks
  • Pays for itself in time by the costs associated with the non re-usability of rock
  • Meets the standards set for jobsites in California keeping you in compliance
  • Eliminates the worry of rock being trapped in tires