No matter what project you’re working on or planning to tackle next, one of the first things to keep in mind is how you can do your due diligence to protect yourself, those around you, and all project stakeholders. Due diligence refers to the legislation put in place to ensure that businesses and people take personal responsibility and employ safe practices to prevent damage to other persons or property. If this care is not taken, the business or the individual could potentially face fines for negligence. But what does this look like as it relates to erosion control?
As an employer, due diligence comes in the form of making sure all employees are trained properly in health and safety, and that you as the employer are actively working to prevent accidents or injuries on your worksite. This means establishing a health and safety program and adhering to occupational health and safety standards as set forth by applicable legislation.
When it comes to your project as it applies to erosion and controlling the quality of your worksite, working with our team will save you quite a few headaches. Due diligence means being properly trained in health and safety and maintaining a safe worksite, but it also means understanding and recognizing the environmental laws and jurisdictions set forth by government at the municipal, provincial, and federal levels.
If you are unsure where to start, we can help. Initial consultations with us are free, and start with a visit to your site and a pre-planning discussion about your project. We’ll get in touch with the local municipality, as we will need their approval to move forward, and we’ll detail all regulations regarding the laws and discuss our proposed course of action to take with your project. We will work with you to develop a plan specific to your project, as every project has different needs, and we’ll help ensure that you can run your worksite with confidence and within compliance.
Taking proper action in regard to due diligence isn’t as complicated as you might think. We’re experts on the subject, and we’re here to help you! Erosion control reporting, inspections, installations, and maintenance is a dynamic component to construction, and you can rest easy with us in your corner to help you understand the legislation surrounding due diligence and your corresponding responsibilities.