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Site Supervisor

Also known as construction site supervisors, site supervisors monitor the progress of construction projects and ensure compliance with construction safety regulations. They supervise construction workers and subcontractors, educate construction workers on site safety practices, and evaluate employee performance.

Site Supervisor Responsibilities:

Inspecting construction sites regularly to identify and eliminate potential safety hazards.

Supervising and instructing the construction team as well as subcontractors.

Educating site workers on construction safety regulations and accident protocol.

Enforcing site safety rules to minimize work-related accidents and injuries.

Handling site accidents in accordance with established accident protocol.

Maintaining an accurate record of construction employee attendance.

Evaluating the performance of construction employees and instituting disciplinary measures as needed.

Analyzing blueprints to ensure that construction projects meet design, safety, and budget specifications.

Recommending changes to construction operations or procedures to increase efficiency.

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