What is the role of the site manager?


A site manager's role is to ensure that labour, plant and other work materials are well organised and ready to use. The site manager should also keep all employee records and ensure their safety on the work site. The site manager should report project progress to managers, among other functions.
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A site manager?s responsibility is to supervise and manage the overall activities in the field. Plan work prior by ensuring the availability of all required items such as materials or labour. High priority needs to be paid on the employee safety by implementing all the safety measures. The work will be monitored closely to ensure that progress is going as per the plan.
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