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Have you completed your Construction Phase Plan? CQMS explains what you need to know

Wayne Eaton, from CQMS, a leading health and safety consultancy in the UK, explains the need for a Construction Phase Plan.

 
 
CQMS, health and safety consultancy Lincolnshire
CQMS, health and safety consultancy Lincolnshire
PRLog - Jan. 18, 2012 - The Construction Phase Plan is prepared by the Principal Contractor in accordance with Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM Regulations) for notifiable projects, to outline the arrangements for managing health and safety on site during construction work, says Wayne Eaton from CQMS, a leading health and safety consultancy in the UK.

He continues:
“The Construction Phase Plan is a site-specific live document which must be kept up to date at all times and altered as the project progresses. You should ensure that all contractors employed on your project are aware of the Construction Phase Plan.  It is also a legal requirement that the plan must be fully implemented.”

A Construction Phase Plan will highlight potential risks present within and around the proposed site and will also detail the expected approach for the management and control of any health and safety issues on the site throughout the duration of the project.

CQMS can:
   Review the Pre-Construction Information (PCI) and produce a Construction Phase Plan (CPP) on your behalf
   Provide supporting documentation:
   Statutory Posters
   Records of Inspection File
   Accident Book

Wayne finishes:
“Furthermore, if we are your CDM Coordinator we can undertake CDM audits and review the Construction Phase Plan throughout the project to ensure it is suitable and sufficient to enable works to continue. We can also provide advice and support to complete any shortfalls in identified health and safety measures.”

Contact us
The consultants at CQMS have vast experience in creating Construction Phase Plans and acting as a CDM Coordinator, gained from working on a wide variety of construction projects nationwide, however, we know that every project is different, so please contact us on 0845 603 1245 for an in depth discussion about your individual requirements.


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For more information,
please contact CQMS on 0845 605 1245
or visit http://www.healthandsafetyconsultancyandtraining.co.uk/

ABOUT CQMS

CQMS Limited was formed in July 1994 to support employers and the self-employed across the
UK through increasingly complicated Health and Safety Law.

CQMS is run by Eleanor and Wayne Eaton. CQMS is highly regarded throughout the health and safety industry for providing excellent health and safety consultancy services. Staffed by highly qualified and experienced advisers, CQMS provides specialist advice and support enabling the employer to work comfortably within the law, protecting the fundamental right to manage.

By working in partnership with companies, CQMS aim to add value our client’s businesses and help them save money by reducing accidents and incidents at work, increasing productivity and, ultimately, profitability.

As a family-run business we strongly believe in delivering a dedicated personal service that will meet your Health and Safety needs, leaving you free to run your business.

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