Construction health and safety pack. BEST OFFER

All the RAMS a construction company needs in one simple document. A complete health and safety package for just £245.00

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What’s Included In The Construction Site Health & Safety Pack?

The main benefits of our construction health and safety package include:

  • An incredible 100 documents - Creating a comprehensive construction health and safety package suitable for most construction companies (Please scroll down to see our full index of contents).
  • User Friendly - The construction health and safety pack has been designed for ease of use with a cover page, so there’s no need to scroll through the entire document to edit such things as dates and signatures. The cover page is designed for you to add your company logo, name of person responsible for H&S, sign and date - then you’re good to go.
  • Reliability - This package has been put together based on our professional experience, our customers input and their download trends.
  • Accessibility - Our construction health and safety document is supplied in docs format. This means it can be opened in Word™ or any other word processor, and it’s fully editable. In fact, once you buy this package (providing you don’t resell it), it becomes yours to edit as you please, so you can chop it, cut it, paste it, add pictures, add training records or delete parts as required.
  • Award - As an added bonus, having this package allows you to display the "Health & Safety Gold Standard Award" on your website. This lets clients, customers and contractors know that your company’s H&S package is current and up to date.
  • Stands the test of time - Not only will your construction health and safety documents be current and up to date but they will stay that way. As H&S changes, we update this construction company package to reflect new trends and laws.

At HSEDocs, positive value is something we pride ourselves on. Our training courses and H&S documents offer some of the best value on the net and this construction site health and safety pack is no exception. It offers incredible value, with savings of up to £582.00 compared to buying the documents individually.

Additionally the package is:

  • Recognised by local authorities
  • Recognised by principal contractors
  • Suitable for CDM sites
  • Approved by H&S managers

The construction company H&S pack will increase your chance of winning tenders because it’s a comprehensive, professional document that instills faith in your company. This is what project managers and people who make decisions about supply chains prefer.

One of the main reasons for H&S is to protect people. This includes members of the general public, permanent employees, temps, casual workers, the self employed and even the parcel delivery man. In the modern world we live in, responsibility for others' wellbeing and safety falls firmly at the feet of a business if the premises, or activities of the business, are deemed to have caused harm to others

Construction in particular, is classified as a high risk industry with over 50,000 injuries reported every year and an average of 30 fatalities. These figures are with current H&S in place, but are still considered too high when the accident rate could be significantly reduced with better H&S management. Consequently, risk assessments, method statements and COSHH assessments have become the norm, even in small companies.

Falls from height account for approximately half of all fatalities and a break down of the 50,000 non-fatal injuries are:

  • Slips, trips and falls on the same level account for 25%
  • Falls from height account for 18%
  • Manual handling injuries make up 20%
  • Being struck by a moving or flying object is 10%

It’s important to remember that the 50,000 number of reported injuries is much lower than the accident rate. This is because many people can slip or fall without injury.

What Health and Safety Does a Construction Company Need?

All employers have a duty of care to any person that is employed or may be affected by their business premises or activities. There are many rules and regulations regarding occupational health and safety at the workplace, but the construction industry tops the league. The list of what H&S any company needs changes depending on the activities they are carrying out. For instance, some employees might need permits for confined spaces, hot works or height. Other employees might need scaffold signed off, or CAT and Genny testing before a dig.

As a general rule though the four main documents you need are:

  • A company health and safety policy - This is a document that lets others know how and what your business is doing about managing health and safety at work. It is a legal requirement to have a health and safety policy if there are five or more employees.
  • Risk assessments - A risk assessment isn’t just an assessment of risks for a specific task, it also contains control measures. Control measures are the instructions given to an individual carrying out a task. These instructions tell the individual what to do and what to avoid in order to work safer and reduce the likelihood of harm.
  • Method statements - The best example we can give here is an Ikea instruction manual for assembling furniture. They are perfect method statements because they are suitable for all language speakers and have ticks and crosses telling the assembler what to do and what not to do. Method statements in the construction industry are usually text based, but are designed to do the same job. Their role is to advise workers on how to carry out a task safely. In many instances, a supplier will provide method statements, so when installing a lock, the correct method would be to follow the manufacturers instructions.
  • COSHH assessments -These are risks that specific products pose and a COSHH assessment is created from the product data sheet which the supplier provides. COSHH stands for Control Of Substances Harmful to Health, but it doesn’t just cover the health of the person using the product. The damage the product can do to the environment, safe disposal methods, amount of time a person can use the product, fire fighting measures, harmful ingredients, PPE and first aid measures are also included.

Principal contractors and project managers may also ask you for a host of other documentation including training records, traffic management plans, anti slavery policies etc…

Construction sites can be dangerous places to work. On top of investing in a construction health and safety package, you can also carry out these site safety rules, to keep yourself and others safe on the job:

  1. Wear PPE at all times
  2. Enforce breaks
  3. Use clear safety signs
  4. Maintain construction equipment
  5. Hold regular safety meetings
  6. Perform safety inspections
  7. Team training
  8. Employ fall protection

Soldering Risk Assessment

At HSEDocs, we also offer a comprehensive risk assessment for soft soldering, silver soldering and brazing. The assessment is:

  • Recognised by local and UK authorities
  • Recognised by principal contractors
  • Suitable for CDM sites
  • Approved by health and safety managers

Unfortunately, injury through high temperatures is one of the most common risks when it comes to soldering. The person operating the soldering iron and others in the vicinity may suffer burn injuries if appropriate control measures are not put into place.

These measures include:

  1. Allowing only trained personnel to carry out the soldering process
  2. Ensuring that you have a suitable soldering iron stand with a sprung holster and sponge to be used.
  3. Making sure that items to be soldered are held with clamps if closer than 65mm from the hands.
  4. Ensuring that the iron is switched off when not in use

For more information, take a look at our soldering risk assessment.

Table of contents for construction package

Risk assessments for:

  • 01) 1st and 2nd fix carpentry works
  • 02) 1st and 2nd fix plumbing and gas works
  • 03) 80 and 360 excavators
  • 04) brick and blockwork
  • 05) ceramic tiling
  • 06) cleaning
  • 07) construction workers
  • 08) electrical installations and maintenance
  • 09) external painting and decorating works
  • 10) general groundworks and fencing
  • 11) internal painting and decorating works
  • 12) plastering and rendering
  • 13) pressure washing
  • 14) UPVC doors, windows, soffits and fascia
  • 15) electrical testing
  • 16) Risk awareness for areas where asbestos could potentially be discovered

Method statements for:

  • 17) block paving
  • 18) boarding and skimming
  • 19) bonding and skimming
  • 20) brick and blockwork
  • 21) builders and office clean
  • 22) ceramic floor tiles
  • 23) ceramic wall tiles
  • 24) cleaning brickwork
  • 25) connection or alteration to gas main
  • 26) electrical testing
  • 27) fencing
  • 28) fitting a bathroom suite
  • 29) general plumbing works, pipe connections, transport and storage
  • 30) hacking off to walls and ceilings
  • 31) hanging doors
  • 32) hanging wallpaper
  • 33) kitchen fitting
  • 34) laminate flooring
  • 35) laying slabs
  • 36) maintenance and service of central heating system
  • 37) marking and fixing
  • 38) painting
  • 39) pointing and repointing
  • 40) power flushing
  • 41) pressure washing
  • 42) rainwater goods
  • 43) removing a bathroom suite
  • 44) rendering
  • 45) rewires, maintenance and new installations
  • 46) roof timbers
  • 47) timber partitioning
  • 48) underground drainage
  • 49) underpinning
  • 50) UPVC doors
  • 51) UPVC soffits and fascia
  • 52) UPVC windows

COSHH assessments for:

  • 53) bleach
  • 54) bonding coat
  • 55) brick and patio cleaner - Acid
  • 56) brick and patio cleaner - Eco
  • 57) carpet cleaner
  • 58) cement
  • 59) contact adhesive
  • 60) cream cleaner
  • 61) decorator's caulk
  • 62) detergent
  • 63) disinfectant
  • 64) dry wall adhesive
  • 65) dust
  • 66) eggshell finished paint oil based
  • 67) expanding foam
  • 68) expanding foam (fire rated)
  • 69) exterior undercoat oil based
  • 70) Fernox central heating cleaner
  • 71) flux paste
  • 72) furniture polish
  • 73) glass cleaner
  • 74) high gloss oil based
  • 75) hydrated lime
  • 76) hydraulic lime
  • 77) intumescent sealant
  • 78) latex screed
  • 79) lead free solder
  • 80) lead solder
  • 81) metal primer zinc phosphate
  • 82) mitre adhesive
  • 83) mitre adhesive activator
  • 84) mortar plasticiser
  • 85) mortar water proofer
  • 86) multi finish
  • 87) multi surface cleaner
  • 88) petrol
  • 89) PVA
  • 90) quick drying gloss water based
  • 91) quick drying primer and undercoat water based
  • 92) silicone sealant
  • 93) solvent cement
  • 94) solvent cleaner
  • 95) solvent free grab adhesive
  • 96) tanking slurry
  • 97) thinners
  • 98) tile adhesive
  • 99) tile grout
  • 100) white spirit



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