Construction Phase Plan
Basic and Detailed Construction Phase Plan Completion or Adaptable Templates
Construction Phase Plans (CPP) are required on all construction projects and must be drawn up during the pre-construction phase prior to site set up. The construction phase plan is usually prepared by the principal contractor to outline the arrangements for managing health and safety on site during construction work. The regulations apply in full to non-domestic projects and ‘domestic’ projects although the duties which might otherwise fall to the ‘domestic’ client become the responsibility of the contractor and architect or designer.
Under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 the principal contractor is required to draft the plan on multiple contractor projects. On single contractor projects that contractor must draft the plan.
The plan must detail the management procedures in place to address the significant health and safety risks associated with the construction phase of the project.
The information contained in the plan must be proportionate to the complexity and scale of the project and the risks involved. The plan and must set out the health and safety arrangements, site rules in relation to the working environment as well as the control procedures for higher risk tasks.
Here are some other handy tips for preparing basic plans:
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