INTRODUCTION

  • This section is to detail everything we know about the project.

  • Description of the project (what works are to be completed)

  • Location of site
  • Start date of project

  • End date of project

  • Is this project notifiable by F10

  • Where is the nearest hospital

  • Photographs of the site

  • Do we need additional information on the site such as asbestos survey, utilities drawings, structural calculation etc.

Arrangements

  • This section is to detail the main duty holders for the project.

  • Name and address of client

  • Name and address of principal contractor

  • Name and address of principal designer (if applicable)

  • Who is the site manager/supervisor

Arrangements for managing specific safty risks

  • Construction sites can be dangerous. Seraph have completed various generic risk assessments which are contained in your health and safety policy, however, sometimes these are not applicable to works being completed, therefore you will need to complete a detailed assessment prior to commencing the works.

  • Do the generic risk assessments cover the works completed?

  • Where generic risk assessments do not cover the works to be completed, have you completed a site specific assessment?

Arrangements for managing specific health risks

  • Construction sites can be dangerous to health. This can be through various avenues such as chemicals, dust, asbestos etc. You need to look at all of the works and decide if persons could be harmed and how. Once you have agreed this, you will need to assess if the controls you have in place are good enough or if more should be done.

  • Are there specific health risks on this project

  • Have you completed an assessment of the risks to health on this site?

Agreement

  • Have you inducted all staff on this construction phase plan and any applicable risk assessments

  • Signed by supervisor

  • Signed by operatives

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