Advisor to Contractor – Trades, Package Contractors, etc
Anyone who directly engages construction workers or manages construction work is a contractor.
The contractor’s duty is to:
- Plan, manage and monitor construction work under their control so that it is carried out without risks to health and safety.
- For projects involving more than one contractor, co-ordinate their activities with others in the project team, in particular, comply with directions given to them by the principal designer or principal contractor.
- For single contractor projects, prepare a construction phase plan.
Epica Health, Safety & Wellbeing have experience working with the following trades; groundworkers, landscapers, hoarders, fencers, bricklayers, scaffolders, plumbers, joiners, electricians, roofers, window fitters, cladders, renderers, insulators, asbestos removers, demolition contractors and others.
At Epica Health, Safety & Wellbeing we will prepare the following documentation as required by the construction (Design & Management) Regulations:
- Completion of pre-qualification questionnaires
- Construction phase plan
- Method statements
- Specific risk assessments
- Checklist and inspection templates
- Project specific health and safety management system
Epica Health and Safety can carry out the following while you are working on site:
- Site inspections
- Deliver toolbox talks
- Attend project meetings
Following construction work completion, we can also produce health and safety file and operating and maintenance information. This can be done in electronic format and provided direct to the Principal Contractor.