If you are involved in construction in any sort of way, you’ll likely hear the phrase ‘construction phase plan’ mentioned. In this blog, our experts outline what is required in a construction health and safety plan, who’s responsible for it, and what a construction phase plan should contain.

What is a Construction Phase Plan? A construction phase plan is a key document that ensures the health and safety on site for a construction project. The plan outlines the key stakeholders, the possible risks on the site, and the plan to prevent or eliminate these risks. A phase plan also includes chosen communication methods and contact details of the workers involved.

Read on to find out more about what a phase plan is, how important they are in construction, and who is responsible for implementing the plan on site.