A site safety plan, is designed by keeping the specific hazards that are most common in the work place in mind. With the changing work place, the nature of hazards also changes. So, the safety plan that is designed for a specific site is known as site specific safety plan. It’s development requires a number of steps: 1. Inspect and improve your workplace – Address any hazards found. 2. Conduct Job Safety Analysis – Review job procedures from beginning to end and build safety practices into every step. 3. Put it in writing – Document your findings and turn them into safety guidelines. 4. Train your workers. 5. Investigate and analyze any incidents that occur.