Managing social distancing on construction sites

Keeping projects moving while remaining compliant with health and safety guidelines for social distancing can prove challenging. There is a pressing need to get construction sites open and active to avoid any further costly delays; but doing so safely in a way that protects the health of workers and visitors, and manages the threat of coronavirus, is crucial. We're here to help.

Risk-assessment prior to starting on site

To protect staff and contractors as they return to work, we can provide desk-based and physical site assessments of client and contractor's proposed measures and controls before work begins.

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Maintaining safe practices on site

We can deliver standard and bespoke site monitoring services, reviewing procedures put in place to protect people during the current pandemic, while never losing sight of other health and safety risks. We provide pragmatic advice and practical solutions to clients, design consultants and contractors.

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How can we help?

Get your project back on track

With our team of experienced CDM professionals working across all sectors of construction we can provide principal designer services using the latest video conferencing facilities. We can work across all technology providers, or provide the technology to facilitate, to lead risk workshops, attend design meetings and review all aspects of health and safety in design.

To ensure your project is delivered smoothly and safely, we can provide bespoke CDM and health and safety auditing and review services to provide assurance of legal and moral compliance.

 

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