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May 10, 2012 - Bruce County
THE CORPORATION OF THE COUNTY OF BRUCE
HIGHWAYS COMMITTEE
AGENDA
Thursday, May 10, 2012
9:30 a.m.
Council Chambers,
Municipality of Kincardine, Kincardine
1. DECLARATION OF PECUNIARY INTEREST
2. ACTION ITEMS
(A)
BRUCE ROAD 25, WEST OF HIGHWAY 21
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ATTACHED
(B)
SPEED ZONE CHANGE ON BRUCE ROAD 19
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ATTACHED
(C)
HEALTH AND SAFETY, CONTRACT WORK
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ATTACHED
(D)
2012 OPERATIONAL WORK - BRUSHING
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ATTACHED
3. INFORMATION ITEMS
(A)
WASTE MANAGEMENT
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ATTACHED
(B)
TENDER SUMMARY
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ATTACHED
4. CLOSED MEETING
The Committee will move into a closed meeting pursuant to Section 239 of the
Municipal Act, 2001, as amended to discuss:
A proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land.
5. RISE AND REPORT
6. NEXT MEETING DATES
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Thursday, June 14, 2012
7. ADJOURNMENT
8. ROAD TOUR – 11:00 A.M.
THE CORPORATION OF THE COUNTY OF BRUCE
COMMITTEE REPORT
TO:
Warden David Inglis
Members of the Highways Committee
FROM:
Brian Knox, County Engineer
DATE:
May 12, 2012
RE:
Bruce Road 25, West of Highway 21
_____________________________________________________________________________________ RECOMMENDATION
That the Highways Committee review the scope of the Municipal Class
Environmental Assessment work on the Bruce Road 25/33 project during the
May 12, 2012 Road Tour.
BACKGROUND
The Department has been attempting to make improvements on Bruce
Road 25, west of Highway 21, for the last number of years and has budgeted
funds in 2012 to undertake an Environmental Assessment and the necessary
engineering work. With the Committees approval, Consultants Gambsy and
Mannerow have been working on behalf of the Department, and require
direction on how to proceed with the EA.
The scope of the project could follow one of two very different paths. One path
is to review the local drainage issue along Bruce Road 25. An alternate
approach is to consider the long term intersection needs at Bruce Road 25 and
33 which would suggest the review of a broader scope of the project. We shall
deal with these issues separately, as follows:
Local Drainage Issue Along Bruce Road 25
The background information for the local drainage issue is as follows:
Figure #
A
B
Description
Study Area
Conceptual Storm Sewer System – Bruce County Road 25
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Long Term Intersection Needs at Bruce Road 25 and 33
The broader review suggests an EA ‘Master Plan’ approach which follows a
more global “systems” review including multiple individual projects which may
be constructed at various times toward the ultimate goal. The background
information for the larger approach is as follows:
Figure #
1
2
3
Option #
Scheme #
4
2
5
3
1
6
3
2
7
3
3
8
4
1
Description
Study Area
Existing Conditions Drainage Area Plan
Post Re-Alignment Drainage Area Plan –
Maintain Existing Catchment Areas
Post Re-Alignment Drainage Area Plan – Divert
Lands East of Re-Aligned Bruce Road 33 and
Route through SWM Pond
Post Re-Alignment Drainage Area Plan – Divert
Lands East of Re-Aligned Bruce Road 33 and
Upgradient Lands North of Bruce Road 25 and
Route through SWM Pond
Post Re-Alignment Drainage Area Plan – Divert
Lands East of Re-Aligned Bruce Road 33 and
Upgradient Lands North of Bruce Road 25 into
Ditch along Bruce Road 33
Post Re-Alignment Drainage Area Plan – Divert
Lands East of Re-Aligned Bruce Road 33 and
Upgradient Lands North of Bruce Road 25 with
SWM Pond on Bruce Road 33
Post Re-Alignment Drainage Area Plan – Divert
Lands East of Re-Aligned Bruce Road 33 and
Upgradient Lands North of Bruce Road 25 to
New Channel Outlet Across MacDonald Lands
Prior to arriving at a recommendation, the Consultants and the Engineer have
obtained Agency input from Town of Saugeen Shores and the Saugeen Valley
Conservation Authority.
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FINANCIAL/STAFFING/LEGAL/IT CONSIDERATIONS
The associated project cost would be entered into a future capital forecast.
Respectfully submitted,
Brian Knox,
County Engineer
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COMMITTEE REPORT
TO:
Warden David Inglis
Members of the Highways Committee
FROM:
Brian Knox, County Engineer
DATE:
May 10, 2012
RE:
Speed Zone Change on Bruce Road 19
______________________________________________________________________________
RECOMMENDATION
That a By-Law authorizing the Warden and Clerk to establish a speed zone of
50 kph on Bruce Road 19 from the intersection of Bruce Road 4 to the northerly
limit of Walkerton be approved.
BACKGROUND
Following a review of Bruce Road 19, the Department wishes to alter the speed
limit in the vicinity of the emergent Eastridge Business Park; in particular, the new
home of the South Bruce OPP Detachment.
Presently, Bruce Road 19 is an 80 kph zone. A 50 kph speed zone at the south
end of the business park at Bruce Road 4 to the northerly limit of Walkerton is
preferable.
FINANCIAL/STAFFING/LEGAL/IT CONSIDERATIONS
There are no financial, staffing, legal or IT considerations associated with this
report.
Respectfully submitted,
Brian Knox,
County Engineer
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COMMITTEE REPORT
TO:
Warden David Inglis
Members of the Highways Committee
FROM:
Brian Knox, County Engineer
DATE:
May 10, 2012
RE:
Health and Safety, Contract Work
_____________________________________________________________________________________ RECOMMENDATION
That the Highways Committee acknowledges the Department’s work to meet
and exceed the Health and Safety requirements.
BACKGROUND
The Department held a two day training session with a Health and Safety
Advisor from the Public Services Health and Safety Association (PSHSA). The
session included the Department’s office management staff, foremen, sub
foremen as well as the Department’s joint health and safety committee
members and the County Occupational Health and Safety Officer Randy
DelGuidice. This two day session helped solidify the Department’s direction on
Health and Safety.
The Engineer shall distinguish between the following contract work:
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the rental of equipment for County employees to operate,
the rental of equipment with operator,
a construction project where the contractor is fully responsible for all
health and safety activities.
The following items clarify how the Department is dealing with rental of
equipment and contract work:
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Corporation of the County of Bruce Health and Safety Policy
Table of Contents of the Corporation of the County of Bruce Health and
Safety Manual.
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COMMITTEE REPORT
Index of the Department’s Miscellaneous, Small Equipment and Large
Equipment Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
Index of Department’s Maintenance Activities Standard Operating
Procedures (SOP)
Department Training Courses
Department Supplier / Rental of Equipment, Heath and Safety Responsibilities
Department Contractor, Health and Safety Responsibilities
Department Constructor, Health and Safety Responsibilities
FINANCIAL/STAFFING/LEGAL/IT CONSIDERATIONS
There are no financial, staffing, legal or IT considerations associated with this
report.
Respectfully submitted,
Brian Knox,
County Engineer
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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES INDEX
MISCELLANEOUS
SOP – 1
Cold Patching
SOP – 2
Removal of Dead Animals
SOP – 3
Lifting and Handling
SOP – 4
Traffic Control
SOP – 5
2-Way Radio Operation
SOP – 6
Step Ladder
SOP – 7
Extension Ladder
SOP – 8
Garage Exhaust Fumes
SOP – 9
West Nile Virus
SOP – 10
Handling of Fuel/Refueling Vehicles
SOP – 11
SOP - 13
Battery Boosting
Person Protective Equipment/Sun Block/
Sun Screen & Insect Repellent Containing Deet
Sign Installation (to be completed)
SOP – 14
Winter Patrolling
SOP – 15
Spotter/Signaler
SOP – 16
Pipe Laying
SOP – 17
Shop Work Pit
SOP – 18
Vehicle Hoist
SOP – 19
Tire Maintenance and Inspection
SOP – 12
Bruce County Highways Department
SMALL EQUIPMENT
SOP – 30
Gas Powered Cut Off Saws
SOP – 31
Bench Mounted Grinding Wheel
SOP – 32
Portable Generators
SOP – 33
Pressure Washer
SOP – 34
Chain Hoist
SOP – 35
Chain Saw
SOP – 36
Brush Chipper
SOP – 37
Power Tools
SOP – 38
Hand Tools
SOP – 39
Gas Powered Trimmer
SOP – 40
Water Pumps
SOP – 41
Handling Of Compressed Gases
SOP – 42
Gas Welding
SOP – 43
Electric Arc Welder
SOP – 44
Power Auger
SOP – 45
Power Mower
SOP – 46
Riding Mower
Bruce County Highways Department
LARGE EQUIPMENT
SOP – 60
Snow Plowing
SOP – 61
Sanding
SOP – 61a
High Winging Operation
SOP – 61b
Cutting Snow across the Road
SOP – 61c
Snow Blowing
SOP – 62
Pre-Trip Inspection
SOP – 63
Tandem Dump Truck
SOP – 64
Backing Up
SOP – 65
Loader
SOP – 66
Grader
SOP – 67
Tractor Operation
SOP – 68
Tractor Mounted Sweeper
SOP – 69
Tractor Mounted Post Hole Auger
SOP – 70
Tractor Mounted Disc Mower
SOP – 71
Fork Lift
SOP – 72
Half ton Pick-up Trucks
SOP – 73
One Ton Trucks with Dump Box
SOP – 74
Spray Patcher
SOP – 75
Emulsion Vertical Storage Tank
SOP – 76
Gradall
SOP – 77
20 Tonne Float
SOP – 78
Vibratory Roller
SOP – 79
Shoulder Grader
SOP – 80
Working Around Overhead Wires
SOP – 81
20 Tonne Tilt Bed Float – Draft
SOP – 82
Working Around Underground Utilities - Draft
Bruce County Highways Department
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES INDEX
MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES
Paved Road Maintenance
Plant Mix Patching
Hot Mix Spot Repairs
Spray Patching
Shoulder Dragging
Shouldering
Crack Sealing
Sweeping
Unpaved Road Maintenance
Dragging
Dust Layer
Resurface Gravel
Bridges and Culvert Maintenance
Bridge Maintenance On/Off County Roads
Culvert Maintenance
Traffic Operations
Signs – Erection and Maintenance
Guide Rail
Summer Patrol
Zone Painting
Signals/Illumination
Traffic Counts
Roadside Maintenance
Weed Spraying
Mowing
Brushing
Catch Basins and Drains
Ditching
Debris and Litter Pickup
Municipal Drains
Roads/Winter Control
Snow Plowing/Sanding
Snow Fence
Coarse Salt
Winter Standby
Snow Blowing
Winter Sand/Salt Mixture
HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT TRAINING COURSES COURSE WHMIS Traffic Control Accessible Customer Service Harassment & Violence Prevention First Aid & CPR Joint Health and Safety Certification Programs
o Basic Certification o Workplace Specific Municipal Sector Chainsaw High Reach Training Fall Protection Aerial Work Platform Confined Spaces Skid School Supervisor Health and Safety Safe Backing Motor Grader Gradall Mower Load Securement Secure Loads & Circle Check Winter Maintenance Road Management T.J. Mahoney Road School o Maintenance o Construction C.S. Anderson o Bridge & Culvert Management o Soils & Pavement o Road Administration o Effective Management o Municipal Survey Course o Equipment Maintenance o Municipal Health & Safety Fuel Handling Fire Extinguisher Forklift Gas & Gas Apparatus Vehicle Regulations Common Core Module Cutter/Skid Trenching/Excavation Wheel Installation Propane Ozone Depletion Can‐Weld Test F/H/V AC Delco Courses AGENCY
Inservice
Inservice Inservice
Inservice Elaine Lang / St. John Ambulance
Municipal H&S/PSHSA Ken Goldsmith CRS Contractors
CRS Contractors CRS Contractors
Municipal H&S / Inservice Jim McArthur
PSHSA / Inservice AORS / Ground Force Training
AORS / Ground Force Training AORS / Ground Force Training
AORS / Ground Force Training AORS / Ground Force Training
MOT OGRA
OGRA OGRA OGRA TSSA / Inservice
Inservice Industrial Safety Trainer / Markel
Praxair Municipal H&S (1995)
OGRA Ministry Skills Development
Municipal H&S (1995) Ministry of Education/Training (1997) CSAO
HRAI Can‐Weld Training & Testing
AC Delco COUNTY OF BRUCE HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT
SUPPLIER
RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT
HEALTH & SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES
Company / Owner Name _______________________________________ (the “Supplier”)
It is our policy objective at the Corporation of the County of Bruce (the “County”), to provide all
persons within our workplace with a safe environment in which to work. This document is
intended for Suppliers providing rental equipment to the County which will be operated by a
County employee.
In consideration of being engaged to provide rental equipment to the County, the Supplier shall
complete the following requirements:
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Suppliers must provide equipment capable of being operated in a manner that meets the
Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.
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Suppliers must ensure all health and safety warnings, signs, devices and manuals are
provided with or located on the equipment.
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The Supplier is responsible to provide, maintain and ensure that all equipment is in
proper working order when provided to the County.
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Health and Safety issues will always be given immediate attention by the County and
Supplier.
The County takes pride in the commitment of our employees and contractors, and will take the
necessary steps to ensure health and safety on all projects.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
As an authorized representative of the Supplier, I have read and received a copy of the
“Supplier Rental of Equipment Health & Safety Responsibilities”, and agree on behalf of
(company) __________________________ to comply with its requirements, and the
requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.
Authorized Representative: ___________________________ Date: ___________________
(Print Name)
___________________________
(Signature)
COUNTY OF BRUCE HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT
CONTRACTOR
HEALTH & SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES
Company / Owner Name _______________________________________ (the “Contractor”)
It is our policy objective at the Corporation of the County of Bruce (the “County”), to provide all
persons within our workplace with a safe environment in which to work. All contractors and
subcontractors must cooperate and make all reasonable efforts to ensure the maximum
protection and minimum inconvenience to the general public, occupants, and the environment.
This document is intended for Contractors supplying equipment and employees to work under
the direction of a County Supervisor. Under this arrangement, the County is the “Constructor”
as defined by the Occupational Health and Safety Act and will therefore execute all work in
compliance with the Constructor duties as outlined in the Act and Regulations.
In consideration of being engaged to do work for the County, the Contractor shall complete the
following requirements on County projects:
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Contractors employed by the County will be responsible for taking all necessary steps to
protect persons and property, from any harm during the course of the work. All work
procedures and equipment operation will be in accordance with the Occupational Health
and Safety Act and Regulations.
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All Contractor employees conducting work with the County must be a ‘competent person’
as defined in the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
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Contractors must supply equipment capable of being operated in a manner that meets
the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.
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Contractors must ensure that all relevant equipment manuals are located on the
equipment being operated.
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Contractors must ensure that all of their employees have safety training and
certifications equal to, or exceeding, the requirements set forth in the current
Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.
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The Contractor will be required to provide a copy of their health and safety policy to the
County upon request.
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The Contractor is responsible to provide, maintain and ensure that all equipment, including
personal protective equipment, is properly used or worn for the duration of the work.
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The Contractor’s employees will be a part of all pre-site and tailgate meetings.
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The Contractor must complete the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Registration of
Constructors and Employers Engaged in Construction Form and submit it to the County
before beginning work at the project.
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The Contractor’s employees must work in accordance with the Corporation of the
County of Bruce Health and Safety Policies and Procedures and review and comply with
the Bruce County Highways Department applicable activity based standard operating
procedures, which will be made available to the Contractor.
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Health and Safety issues will always be given immediate attention by the County and
Contractors.
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All Contractors must immediately report unsafe conditions, incidents, and accidents to
the County’s supervisor or the County’s Occupational Health & Safety Coordinator.
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All applicable current health and safety issues and environmental legislation and
regulations are considered the minimum requirements that the Contractor must meet.
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The County retains the right to stop the contractor’s work without penalty to the County if
the contractor fails to comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and
Regulations, the Health and Safety Policies and Procedures of the Corporation, or
creates an unacceptable health and safety hazard.
The County takes pride in the commitment of our employees and contractors, and will take the
necessary steps to ensure health and safety on all projects.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
As an authorized representative of the Contractor, I have read and received a copy of the
“Contractor Health & Safety Responsibilities”, and agree on behalf of (company)
_________________________ and our employees to comply with its requirements, and the
requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.
Authorized Representative: ___________________________ Date: ___________________
(Print Name)
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(Signature)
COUNTY OF BRUCE
HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT
Box 398, 30 Park Street, Walkerton, Ontario N0G 2V0
(519) 881-2400 1-877-681-1291 Ext. 4 Fax: (519) 507-3030
Brian R. Knox, County Engineer
April 27, 2012
Attention: Authorized Representatives
Company
Re: BCH 12-21 Rental Equipment
Thank you for submitting the information for our daily equipment rentals. We have reviewed the rentals and
now wish to prepare for the 2012 maintenance/construction season by receiving the important health and
safety documents prior to the potential use of your equipment. We apologize that we are unable to commit
to the use of your equipment at this time; yet, we think it prudent to obtain the appropriate information to
enable us to move forward quickly with the use of your daily rental equipment, when required.
With your submission, we received the document entitled “Health and Safety Responsibilities” signed by
your authorized representative ______________. Accordingly, we request a copy of your Health and Safety
Policy for our files.
With respect to the contractor employees (operators) we ask the following:
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Ensure the equipment manual comes with the equipment and that the operator is familiar with it. We
consider the manual to be the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for your equipment unless you have
a specific SOP.
We require that the operator has read the ‘Health and Safety Responsibilities’ document and the above
equipment manual.
It is a requirement that the operator work in accordance with the County’s Health and Safety Policies
and Procedures and the applicable Highways Department activity based standard operating procedures.
Attached is a copy of the Corporation of the County of Bruce and the County of Bruce Highways Department
health and safety documents that are required to be reviewed and signed off on by the operator and
returned to the Department prior to beginning work at the project. The documents are as follows:
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Corporation of the County of Bruce Health and Safety Policy
Corporation of the County of Bruce Policy and Procedure Manual
County of Bruce Highways Department SOP #4 – Traffic Control
County of Bruce Highways Department SOP #15 – Spotter / Signaler
County of Bruce Highways Department SOP #64 – Backing Up
County of Bruce Highways Department SOP #80 – Working Around Overhead Wires
In order to compensate your firm for the operator’s review of the County and Highways Department health
and safety policies and procedures, we offer one hour’s equipment rental time for you to submit the attached
form listing the employee name, equipment and confirmation that they reviewed the applicable documents.
Yours truly,
Brian Knox
County Engineer
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Constructor
HEALTH AND SAFETY
In this application the awarded contractor will be the “Constructor” as defined by the
Occupational Health and Safety Act and will therefore execute all work in compliance
with the “Constructor” duties as outlined in the Act and Regulations.
1. The Constructor shall be responsible to file a Notice of Project with the Ministry of
Labour and shall provide a copy to the County prior to commencement of work.
2. The Constructor shall at all times during performance of the work comply with
the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations and all applicable
industry standards and guidelines pertaining to the work.
3. The Constructor shall have a health and safety policy in place and shall provide a
copy of the policy to the County of Bruce, upon request. It is understood that the
Constructor shall be solely and exclusively responsible for controlling the work
site and taking all necessary steps to ensure conformity by all supervisors,
employees and any subcontractors with applicable requirements to ensure the
safety of the work.
4. The Constructor shall be solely responsible for the means, methods, techniques,
sequences, procedures for coordinating the work performed under this Contract.
5. The Constructor shall be solely responsible for ensuring that all supervisors,
employees and any subcontractors are informed of all known or foreseeable
health and safety hazards at the work location.
6. The Contractor shall be solely and exclusively responsible for selection of
subcontractors at the work site.
7. The County of Bruce shall have access to the work site for the purposes of
inspecting the work site to determine compliance with the terms of this Contract,
at any time. It is understood that such access by the County’s representatives is
not for the purpose of reviewing any health and safety aspect of the work or the
work site.
8. The County of Bruce retains the right to stop the Constructor’s work without
penalty to the County if, in the County’s opinion, the Constructor fails to comply
with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations or creates an
unacceptable health and safety hazard.
9. Any accidents must be reported to the County immediately by the Constructor
and the County and Constructor will investigate for corrective action purposes.
10. The Constructor agrees to indemnify and save harmless the County of Bruce, its
officers, directors, employees, and agents from any liability, action, claim,
prosecution, suit, loss, damages, payment, costs, fine, fine surcharge, recovery
or expense, including assessable legal fees, arising out of the performance of its
obligations under this contract, including any negligent act or omission on its
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THE CORPORATION OF THE COUNTY OF BRUCE
COMMITTEE REPORT
TO:
Warden David Inglis
Members of the Highways Committee
FROM:
Brent Glasier, Operations Supervisor
DATE:
May 10, 2012
RE:
2012 OPERATIONAL WORK - BRUSHING
_____________________________________________________________________________________ RECOMMENDATION
That the payment for services rendered by Wayne Blackburn Brush Cutting in the
amount of $18,286.25 be approved.
BACKGROUND
In 2011, the Highways Department engaged Diamond Environmental to
conduct its annual brush cutting along the County Road allowances at a 2011
rate of $100.00 per hour resulting in a cost of approximately $10,000 in 2011. The
brush cutting equipment that Diamond Environmental uses is similar to a two
blade mower system on the end of a boom attached to a large tractor. The
County has found this machine to be very aggressive and destructive and
leaves the remaining foliage quite messy.
The Department purchased a new gradall in 2011 and, to make better use of
the equipment, is considering a brushing head (Promac) attachment that can
be attached to the end of the boom. This brushing head is a completely
different style to the Diamond Environmental machine and non aggressive by
comparison. The Department has been approached by a supplier company for
this type of unit. While the Department was hoping to rent this brushing head,
the supplier could not accommodate the request due to liabilities.
The Department is not prepared to purchase this unit or comparable without the
ability to review its functionality. Some of the local municipalities rented the
services of Blackburn Brush Cutting in 2011, a company that uses a Promac unit.
Brocton has indicated they had good success with this contractor.
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COMMITTEE REPORT
The Department contacted Blackburn Brush Cutting and obtained a quote of
an hourly rate of $125.00 per hour including a flag person. All four patrols were
allowed to do brushing work to review the machine’s capability; all Foremen
were impressed with the performance.
FINANCIAL/STAFFING/LEGAL/ITCONSIDERATIONS
There are no financial, staffing, legal or IT considerations associated with this
report.
Respectfully submitted,
Brent Glasier C.E.T.,
Operations Supervisor
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COMMITTEE REPORT
TO:
Warden David Inglis
Members of the Highways Committee
FROM:
Brian Knox, County Engineer
DATE:
May 10, 2012
RE:
Waste Management
_____________________________________________________________________________________ RECOMMENDATION
This report is for information only.
BACKGROUND
On December 8, 2011, the Highways Committee approved the County of Bruce
Status Report on Waste Management for 2010. Authorization has been
obtained from the local municipalities to receive a copy of their landfill site(s)
2011 Annual Monitoring Report(s) to assist the Department in developing the
County of Bruce Status Report on Waste Management for 2011.
The Waste Management Technical Sub-Committee will reconvene in the Fall to
review the 2011 Report.
FINANCIAL/STAFFING/LEGAL/IT CONSIDERATIONS
There are no financial, staffing, legal or IT considerations associated with this
report.
Respectfully submitted,
Brian Knox,
County Engineer
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BRUCE COUNTY HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT
SUMMARY OF QUOTATIONS AND TENDERS
FROM JANUARY 1, 2012 TO MAY 10, 2012
(Grey areas represent changes since previous report)
NO.
DETAILS
AWARDED TO
PRICE (excl.tax)
CONTRACT
12-01
MHSW Collection Events
Buckham Transport Ltd.
$175,320
Y
12-02
Stacey Electric
$17,115.96
N
Municipal CIP Recycling
$777,147.00
Y
12-04
Traffic Signal & Flashing
Light Maintenance
Recycling CR #6 and CR
#17
Hot Mix CR #6
Lavis Construction
$509,928.00
Y
12-05
Hot Mix CR #17
Sutherland Construction
$526,219.00
Y
MSO
$434,560.00
Y
12-03
12-06
Micro CR #1 and
CR #6
12-07
Half Ton Trucks
Bud Rier
$79,755.06
N
12-08
Tandem Cab and Chassis
Team Truck
$104,800.00
N
12-09
Box and Snow Plow
Equipment
12-10
Hot Mix CR 7
NOT TENDERED – SOLE
SOURCE – VIKING (moved
to quotation file #
Lavis Contracting
$176,580.00
Y
12-11
Hot Mix CR 23
CANCELLED
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Y
12-12
Crack Sealing
R & N Maintenance
$75,600.00
Y
12-13
12-14
**Inadvertently missed**
Quality Assurance Testing
Aecon Materials Engineering
12-15
12-16
Surface Treatment/ Edge
Reinforcing
Guiderails/Flex Beam
DBA Engineering Ltd.
Closing Date April 18
(Not awarded yet)
McIver Enterprises
12-17
Drainage Culverts
12-18
2012 Sign Material
12-19
Total Station Equipment
12-20
Closing Date April 26
(Not awarded yet)
Maximum Signs
N
A) $ 4,065.00
B) $14,680.00
D) $ 5,002.00
C) $ 3,652.50
N
Y
$13,598.00
N
N
$16,191.75
N
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N
Aggregates
NOT TENDERED – SOLE
SOURCE
Pricing Only
Varies
N
12-21
Rental Equipment
Pricing Only
Varies
N
12-22
Granular ‘A’ CR 40
Pricing Only
Varies
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Supply & Haul Winter Sand
Glass Beads/Line Paint –
Joint Tender with Huron, Wellington,
Perth Counties
12-25
CR 6 CSP
12-26
Geotechnical Investigation –
CR 1, 6E & 40
Wayne Schwartz Const – Chesley
$14,902.00
Wayne Schwartz Const – Invermay
$24,420.00
Hunter Haulage & Exc – Wiarton
$46,440.00
Donegan’s Haulage Ltd – Lucknow
$46,500.00
Cedarwell Exc Ltd – Walkerton
$45,300.00
Ron Gibbons Const – Paisley
$35,890.00
Sherman Williams
Yellow - $2.35/litre
White - $2.38/litre
$0.6629 per kg
$9,132.90
Flex-O-Lite
Canada Culvert
Closing Date May 24
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