Different types of construction phase plans for different levels of work and risk are available here. For a project that will last for one week or more, we recommend the full plan.
Under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) a construction phase plan is required for every construction project. This does not need to be complicated. If you are working for a domestic client, you will be in control of the project if you are the only contractor or the principal contractor. You will be responsible for
a) preparing a plan; b) organising the work; and c) working together with others to ensure health and safety.
You could be a builder, plumber or other tradesman, doing small-scale routine work such as:
Installing a kitchen or bathroom;
Structural alterations, e.g. chimney breast removal;
Roofing work, including dormer windows;
Extension or loft conversion.
The plans available here will be bespoke for your project. These are true CDM Wizards.