What is a Subcontractor Orientation Form?
A Subcontractor Orientation Form is a document used to orient a subcontractor to a contractor’s worksite. Subcontractor Orientation Forms are often a requirement for health and safety regulations.
What is the purpose of a Subcontractor Orientation Form?
A Subcontractor Orientation Form is used to outline the following to a subcontractor:
- Duties on site
- Reporting method(s)
- Protective gear required on site
- First aid measures/first aid certified employees
- Policies and safety measures
- Hazard awareness on site
- Policies involving violence in the workplace
- Required training and licensing for tasks on site
Why do I need a Subcontractor Orientation Form?
A Subcontractor Orientation Form ensures that those who provide services on the worksite comply with a contractor’s rules and regulations to maintain a safe workplace.
How do I use a Subcontractor Orientation Form?
- Identify the subcontractor and their information
- Ensure that all items are discussed and subsequently checked off
- Ensure that both the subcontractor and the contractor (orientator)
- Keep form for records
The following provides a listing of sample templates, documents, articles and other resources to help you in carrying out your duties and managing your worksite. It is expected that the documents will be amended to suit the styles, needs and circumstances of the individual, or company, involved. These resources are not intended to replace an individual’s, or a company’s, professional and skillful judgement. Each template, document and article and other resource should be assessed within the context of the individual’s, or company’s own day-to-day operation. Individuals and companies must exercise proper judgment respecting the correctness and applicability of the material. Hard Hat Hunter accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions, and expressly disclaims any such responsibility.