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Stop Work Order (SWO)

5 April 2022 < date the article was written

stop work orderSTOP WORK ORDER (SWO)

The Department issues a Stop Work Order (SWO) when inspectors determine a site has unsafe work or conditions. SWOs are issued to protect workers, residents, the public, and buildings and properties. When DOB halts work, the SWO Coordinator contacts the project executive or construction manager to outline the necessary steps to correct the safety hazard. 1234567890 more text if needed 1234567890 123456789.Look at our Dictionary:

There are two types of Stop Work Orders: Full – all work is prohibited, excluding remedial work required to make the site safe. Partial – a partial SWO does not stop all work on a site: certain work or work in a particular area is prohibited.

To remove a DOB violation from a property record, the condition must be corrected and proof of that correction must be provided to the issuing unit. Visit the Unit Descriptions page for the location of each unit. Applicable DOB civil penalty payments must also be made. To view violations on your property, access the Buildings Information System (BIS). Refer to the BIS Property Profile Overview for the number of open DOB violations. DOB violations are shown without an asterisk next to the violation number.

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