Company Businesses and Services


Pre-Construction Services

RMPB works with the owner in the early phase of drawings, to provide value engineering and suggestions for sitting, construct ability, budget and scheduling.


General Contractor

As a General Contractor, its services begin with pricing. RMPB bids out the job in predetermined packages, and verify the validity of the bids using its extensive cost histories. During actual construction, RMPB manage the day to day activity on the job, including safety, quality control and adherence to the schedule. It also provides bonding for the project and holds all subcontractor contracts, unless instructed to do otherwise by the owner. It has the ability to self-perform many aspects of work, giving it greater control over the schedule and allowing it to truly drive the project.


Construction Manager

RMPB is closely involved in the planning and design phase and typically joins the project at the same time as the architect. It provides input on construct-ability, budget, and schedule, which reduces costs. During the construction phase, RMPB full-time supervision team is on site, monitoring work to assure compliance with specifications, budget and schedule. RMPB acts as a liaison to the owner providing the on-going status of the project, producing monthly progress reports which detail the status of the job from start to finish.


Design Build

RMPB’s expertise also extends to Design-Build Construction. During construction, it then acts as the single source of information for all design and construction issues. This creates a more effective line of communication between everyone involved with the project, which leads to a more successful project delivery system.

Rules and Responsibilities Defined


The Company will provide the following key personnel on site. Their roles and responsibilities regarding safety on site are outlined below.

SITE SUPERVISOR

The Company Site Supervisor is responsible for on the job safety. Duties include:


PLANNING JOBS

  • Participating in the planning and design stages of trade activities
  • Developing Task Analysis and Work Method Statements


PROVIDING RICH EQUIPMENT

  • Ensuring safe equipment and plant is provided and maintained (and inspected and tagged)


ENSURING WORKERS CONFORMANCE TO SAFE PRACTICES

  • Ensuring workers have the right skills for the jobs they are doing
  • Monitoring and insisting on compliance with safe work methods
  • Leading by example and promoting OHS at every opportunity


MAINTAINING SAFE SYSTEMS

  • Reviewing safety reports and inspections and initiating rectification where necessary
  • Participating in incident investigations
  • Participating in safety meetings and programs
  • Conducting project inductions, toolbox talks and daily team briefings.


SITE SAFETY SUPERVISOR

The Company Site safety Officer is responsible for safety on the project. Duties include:

  • Working at Height
  • Isolation and lockout
  • Electrical Safety
  • Machine Guarding
  • Confine Space
  • Hot Work
  • Digging and Excavation
  • Lifting and supporting load


ASSISTING THE SITE SUPERVISOR TO ENSURE ALL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS ARE FOLLOWED

  • Ensuring every worker has access to the correct PPE
  • Participating in the planning and design stages of trade activities
  • Preparing and participating in safety meetings and programs
  • Preparing and conducting project safety inductions
  • Conducting accident/incident investigations


ENSURING WORKERS CONFORMANCE TO SAFE PRACTICES

  • Insisting on correct and safe practices at all times
  • Monitoring and insisting on compliance with safe work methods
  • Leading by example and promoting OHS at every opportunity
  • Providing advice and assistance on OHS to all employees
  • Co-coordinating rehabilitation for injured employees
  • Facilitating Tool Box Talks on a regular basis
  • Participating in regular workplace inspections and ensuring that any improvements areauctioned in the required time frame


Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Policy


At R.M. Pabustan Builders our Occupational Health, Safety and Rehabilitation Policy is based on a belief that the well-being of people employed at work, or people affected by our work, is a major priority and must be considered during all work performed on our behalf.People are our most important asset and their health and safety is our greatest responsibility. The public shall be given equal priority to that of our employees.


The objectives of our Safety Policy are:

  • To achieve an incident free workplace.
  • To make health and safety an integral part of every managerial and supervisory position.
  • To ensure health and safety is considered in all planning and work activities.
  • To involve our employees in the decision making processes through regular communication, consultation and training.
  • To provide a continuous program of education and learning to ensure that our employees work in the safest possible manner.
  • To identify and control all potential hazards in the workplace through hazard identification and risk analysis.
  • To ensure all potential incidents are controlled and prevented.
  • To provide effective injury management and rehabilitation for all employees.


The success of our health and safety management is dependent on:

  • Pro-active planning of all work activities with due consideration given to implementing OHS controls that are suitable to each given situation.
  • Understanding the total work process and associated OHS risks.
  • Ensuring the work team is totally committed to achieving our objectives.
  • Ensuring that open and honest communication exists between management and all employees suitable to each given situation
  • Understanding the total work process and associated OHS risks.
  • Ensuring the work team is totally committed to achieving our objectives.
  • Ensuring that open and honest communication exists between management and all employees.

Typical Activities


The Company will provide the following key personnel on site. Their roles and responsibilities regarding safety on site are outlined below.

  1. Serving of EP (electrostatic precipitator)
  2. Excavation/trenching works
  3. Installation of frameworks
    • Concreting
    • Compaction
    • Hot works (welding and cutting jobs)
    • Painting
  4. Walling (CHB laying and plastering)
  5. Tiles laying
  6. Carpentry works (installation of windows, doors, ceilings, locker and knobs)
  7. Conduiting
  8. Cable laying
  9. Complete servicing of motor (bearing replacement, oven bake/heating of stator)
  10. Fabrications of weather protection
  11. Cleaning Of Insulators
  12. Terminations of power cable from low to high voltage supply
  13. Conducts insulation test
    • Retightening of MVA’s power cable transformer
    • Substation Trimming of trees at transmission line
    • Fabrication and modification of cable trays power testing
  14. Pipe threading
  15. Pipe bending
    • Trenching/chipping of wall, floor, ceiling..etc (for cable, pipes and cable tray entry purposes)
    • Repair/replacement of all types of lamp and fixture including control switch and timers
    • Fabrication and modification of instruments housing (hot works: welding and cutting jobs
  16. Troubleshooting of devices
  17. Cable pulling
  18. Cable tray laying and fabrication Conduit laying
  19. Cable marking and tagging
  20. Hot works (welding and cutting jobs)
    • Mobilization/hauling of materials using chain blocks, ratchets and other lifting equipment
    • Available permitted by Plant
    • Painting
  21. Piping works
  22. Cleaning and brushes of ducts
  23. Installation of insulation/mineral wool with wire mesh
  24. Removal of insulation and cladding of ducts Patching
  25. Fastening of braces, support of common structures
  26. Installation of new PLC and termination
    • Creating of control module for any motor and installation
    • Cable tracing and tagging
    • Painting
  27. Instrument Tagging