Brewery health and safety

Welcome to the Brew Safety website. Here you have access to over 600 documents and guidance to ensure your Brewery correctly manages your compliance obligations.

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Construction Phase Plan

Welcome to the Construction Phase Plan website. Here you have access to over 600 documents and guidance to ensure your workplace correctly manages your compliance obligations.

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Brewery health and safety

Welcome to the Construction Phase Plan website. Here you have access to over 600 documents and guidance to ensure your workplace correctly manages your compliance obligations.

No subscription required.

Brewery health and safety

Welcome to the Construction Phase Plan website. Here you have access to over 600 documents and guidance to ensure your workplace correctly manages your compliance obligations.

No subscription required.

Client Information

DEFINITION: “client” means any person for whom a project is carried out.

COMMERCIAL CLIENT DUTIES IN RELATION TO MANAGING PROJECTS:

A client must make suitable arrangements for managing a project, including the allocation of sufficient time and other resources.

Arrangements are suitable if they ensure that:

  • The construction work can be carried out, so far as is reasonably practicable, without risks to the health or safety of any person affected by the project
  • The facilities required by Schedule 2 of the CDM Regulations 2015 are provided in respect of any person carrying out construction work

A client must ensure that these arrangements are maintained and reviewed throughout the project.

A client must provide pre-construction information as soon as is practicable to every designer and contractor appointed, or being considered for appointment, to the project.

A client must ensure that:

  • before the construction phase begins, a construction phase plan is drawn up by the contractor if there is only one contractor, or by the principal contractor
  • the principal designer prepares a health and safety file for the project

A client must take reasonable steps to ensure that:

  • the principal designer complies with any other principal designer duties
  • the principal contractor complies with any other principal contractor duties

Where a project is notifiable, the client must give notice in writing to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) as soon as is practicable before the construction phase begins.

NOTE: FOR DOMESTIC CLIENTS, THESE DUTIES AUTOMATICALLY TRANSFER TO THE PRINCIPAL CONTRACTOR / CONTRACTOR OR IF THERE IS A WRITTEN AGREEMENT, THE PRINCIPAL DESIGNER.