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									            CONSTRUCTION PHASE PLAN



              BROADSTONE GROUP LTD




PROJECT:

ST JOSEPHS PRIMARY SCHOOL, KENNEDY DRIVE, GOOLE, DN14 6HQ
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REVISION NO.    DETAILS OF REVISION    DATE


0               ORIGINAL SUBMISSION    24/07/10
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                              CONTENTS

1. Project Particulars
2. Contact No’s
3. History of the site
4. Site Operations
5. Company Management Structure
6. F10
7. Programme
8. Site Specific Risks and Hazards
9. Site Procedures
10. Hospital Route
11. Fire Plan
12. Site Traffic Management Plan
13. Site Induction
14. Site Layout Plan
15. Existing Services Plans
16. Standard Forms
        a. Method Statements
        b. Induction Records
        c. Permits (if required)
17. CDM Meeting Minutes
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1. Project Particulars

The nature of the works:

Internal Re-modelling of the school, Cloakroom extension and external works


Employer (Client)                                        Structural Engineer
The Diocese of Leeds
Finance & Property Dept                                  SGM Structural Design
                                                         Springfield Hall
Hinsley Hall                                             24 Thornhill Road
62 Headingley Lane                                        Edgerton
LS6 2BX                                                  Huddersfield
Tel; 01484 712895                                        HD3 3DD
Mr Kevin Anderson                                        01484 435876

Principal Contractor                              Mechanical and Electrical
Broadstone Group Ltd                                   Lachmann Consultants
Dean Wood Crest                                        94A New Road Side
Nepshaw Lane North                                     Horsforth
Morley                                                 Leeds LS18 4QB
LEEDS LS27 9QU
Tel: 01132 253 3000

Architect/Designer
Aedas Building Consultancy
Norwich Union House
High Street
Huddersfield HD1 2LF
Tel: 01484 537411
James Wilkinson

CDM Co-ordinator
Mr Richard Ellis
Tel: 01484 537411
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2. Contact Numbers




Project Director          Tony Milburn    0785 2979880

Health & Safety Officer   Mary O’Neill    07870 636318

Site Manager/Foreman      Tim Peel        07983 445047


Broadstone Head Office    Nathan Hall     0113 253 3000

CDM Co-ordinator          Richard Ellis   01484 537 411


First Aider               Tim Peel        07983 445047
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3. Relevant Documents


   Asbestos Report

Can be found in the Company records
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4. Site Operations

   A full schedule of works can be found in the site file
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5. Company Management Structure


    Gary Smith – Managing Director

    Tony Milburn – Project Director

    Nathan Hall – Commercial Manager

    Mary O’Neill –Health & Safety
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   6. F10 Document

   7. Works Programme

Can be found in the site file
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8. Site specific risks and hazards

      Underground services –
       Gas, Water and electricity are all present and should be treated as live

      Protection of the public –
       Heras fencing to be erected and suitable signage will to direct any visitors
       to the site.

      Traffic Management –
       The site entrance is located on Kennedy Drive. Delivery vehicles will be
       directed onto site by the site foreman, this is expected to be limited to a
       small number, there may be some reversing of vehicles onto the site which
       will be controlled by a banksman.

      Welfare
       A site cabin will be erected, a portable toilet will be made available and if
       necessary a water hydrant will supply cold water until the electricity .
       supply is connected

      An asbestos survey has been done and a copy of the report can be found
       in the companys records. The asbestos is to be removed by a competent,
       licensed contractor who will provide the necessary risk assessments,
       method statements and final certification. It is the responsibility of
       Broadstone Group to ensure that the area/s are completely sealed off
       from any other person/s until the operation is complete and clean. An
       asbestos decontamination unit will be provided for this operation.
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   9. Site Procedures



A. Site inductions and Risk Assessment

             All operatives will be site inducted prior to commencing work on
              this site. Operatives will be asked to sign a form to say they have
              Been inducted, copies are kept in the site file
             Site specific risk assessments and method statements will be
              produced for all activities. Copies of these will be in the site file.
             All operatives will be briefed on their method statements prior to
              commencing work.


B. Welfare facilities

             The welfare facilities deployed to this project will be in full
              compliance with CDM Regulations 2007

C. Segregation of Pedestrians and Works Traffic

             Access and egress will be through the main entrance, on Kennedy
              Drive. Site traffic will give way to pedestrians when entering and
              leaving the site. Access within the school grounds must be clearly
              identified and agreed with the school
             Limited Car parking will be in the site compound, this will be kept
              to a minimum so as not to cause a nuisance to the school or the
              local residents.
             Operative and visitors will be asked to sign the visitor’s book,
              located inside the building.
             All operatives and visitors will be expected to wear high visibility
              vests, appropriate footwear and hard hats as a minimum
              requirement
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D. Access to site

                    Unauthorised access to the buildings will be prevented by
                    heras fencing

E. Work at Height

                   Tower scaffolding for internal works/Full scaffold for external
                    roof works to be erected to competent scaffolding company

F. Control of noise and dust

                   Any and all plant will be within noise regulation limits
                    however, it is not envisaged that significant exposures to noise
                    will be generated during the project. Equipment and working
                    methods will be selected to minimise the exposure of
                    individuals to noise. Where necessary, suitable and sufficient
                    ear defenders will be worn by operatives.

                   Dust is not expected to be an issue on this site, doorways
                    leading to the school will be protected by visquene

G. Control of surface water mud and debris during the construction phase

                   The access road (Kennedy Drive) is surfaced with tarmac,
                    therefore providing a clean surface to maintain.
                    In the event of prolonged inclement weather road sweeping and
                    jet washing will be provided.
H. Deliveries
                   Deliveries to site will be minimal, however traffic will be
                    directed onto the site by the site foreman and drivers will be
                    asked to report to the offices. Delivery hours must be agreed
                    with the client
I. Use of cranes

                   Not applicable to this project
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J. Excavations/Confined spaces

              Not applicable to this project
K. Mobile Plant

                Not applicable to this project

L. Access for emergency vehicles

                Site access will be clearly identified
                Hospital Route and Telephone numbers are issued in the site
                 file

M. Hot Works

         A hot work permit will be applied for all cutting and burning
          operations
         Fire extinguishers will be available for all hot works

N. Management of unforeseen events

         Broadstone Construction will hold regular meetings to discuss
          forthcoming events, those in attendance will be the Project Manager,
          Health and Safety Officer, Client and if applicable CDM Co-ordinator
          And design team.
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O. Communication with the workforce

         The methods of communication are;
         Site Induction prior to commencement of work
         Discussions on method statements and risk assessments
         Toolbox talks
         Safety leaflets and posters

P. Management of the Health and Safety Plan

         Weekly meetings are held between Broadstone Management team.
          Meetings with the design team and CDM Co-ordinator will be
          monthly or more frequent if necessary
         Visits to the site by the Health and Safety officer will be recorded and
          actioned by the Project Manager accordingly, copies are kept in the
          site file

Q. Reporting of accidents and incidents

         Reportable accidents and dangerous occurrences will be reported to
          the HSE as required by law
         A Broadstone representative will take any required witness statements
          and photographs at the scene in order to collate a report
         Broadstones’ health and safety officer will be advised as soon as is
          practicable.


R. Arrangements for the exchange of information around the design team

         Designers shall be made aware of the clients requirements and design
          brief including the pre-tender health and safety plan
         The means for communication will be direct verbal contact, memos,
          letters instructions, permits to work, notices, drawings, plans and
          meetings. Contact may also be via telephone, fax, post or email.
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The following identifies persons responsible for the management, control and
implementation of health and safety duties for the project


   1.     The correct upkeep of the health & safety plan      Mary O’Neill
          During the construction phase

   2.     Welfare arrangements generally, provision and       Tim Peel
          Maintenance of

   3.     Method statements and safe methods of work          Mary O’Neill/
                                                              Tim Peel

   4.     Site safety induction for all workforce and         Tim Peel
          Visitors to site                                    Tony Milburn

   5.     The person/s responsible for the continued          Tim Peel
          Consultation and communication with the
          Workforce

   6.     Protection of the public, maintenance of            Tim Peel
          Protective controls, signage, fencing etc

   7.     Management of traffic, personnel to and from        Tim Peel
          Site etc

   8.     Effective co-ordination between the site and        Tony Milburn
          Others i.e. external authorities, emergency         Tim Peel
          Services etc
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9.    Temporary structures, scaffold, access equipment     N/A
      Harnesses etc

10.   Cleanliness and acceptability of the surrounding     Tony Milburn
      Roads and paths, avoidance of dust and debris        Tim Peel
      Onto adjacent properties, roads and highways

11.   Issue of PPE, COSHH identification, control and      Tim Peel/
      Supervision                                          Tony Milburn

12.   Environmental security – pollution, waste disposal   Tim Peel
      Documentation etc

13.   Excavations in regards to stability, access          Tim Peel
      Egress and methods of working

14.   First Aid and emergency treatment                    Tim Peel


15.   Emergency plans, evacuation procedures,              Tim Peel
      Fire plans etc

16.   Site security, unauthorised entry to site etc        Tim Peel

17.   Routine site safety inspections, rectification       Mary O’Neill
      Procedures and general compliance with               Tony Milburn
      Health and safety
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10. Fire plan/special site instructions


Project: St Josephs, Goole

      General Precautions

       All site personnel will be advised of escape routes and fire fighting
       equipment at induction stage and a copy of the fire plan will be kept in
       the site file

      Hot Work Permit

       A hot work permit will be issued for any plumbing works

      Security Measures

       Site perimeter fencing must be complete and in tact

      Material storage and waste management

       All site waste to be put into skips. Site to be kept clean of any debris at all
       times. Materials to be stored neatly, preferably in lock-up cabin.


      No smoking allowed inside or outside of the building at any time, this
       includes the rest room facilities

      Photographic identity tags must be worn at all times


      CRB Checks to be provided for ALL visitors to site as stated in the pre-
       construction phase plan
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11. Site traffic management plan



Copy in the site file



12. Site layout plan


Copy on site in site office



13. Existing services plan


Copy on site in site office



14. Standard forms

Method statements
Induction records
Permits

All kept in the site file on site

								
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