A requirement under CDM 2015
Under CDM 2015 the principal contractor has to produce a construction phase health and safety plan outlining the key arrangements to ensure that the work is carried out safely.
The client should not allow work to start on site until there is an adequate plan in place.
The principle contractor is required to ensure that a suitable construction phase plan (‘the plan’) is:
- (i) prepared before construction work begins
- (ii) developed in discussion with, and communicated to, contractors
affected by it
- (iii) implemented, and
- (iv) kept up to date as the project progresses
The plan must also be tailored to the project, a generic plan will not satisfy the requirements of CDM 2015.
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