UPVC fitters health and safety RAMs pack. BEST OFFER

All the RAMS you need for window and door fitting. A complete H&S package just £60.00

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Table of contents for UPVC fitters package

Risk assessments for:

  • 01) UPVC doors, windows, soffits and fascia
  • 02) Risk awareness for areas where asbestos could potentially be discovered

Method statements for:

  • 03) Rainwater goods
  • 04) UPVC doors
  • 05) UPVC soffits and fascia
  • 06) UPVC windows

COSHH assessments for:

  • 07) Mitre adhesive
  • 08) Mitre adhesive activator
  • 09) Cream cleaner
  • 10) Expanding foam
  • 11) Expanding foam (fire rated)
  • 12) Glass cleaner
  • 13) Silicone sealant
  • 14) Solvent cleaner

This document covers fenestration as well as doors, soffits and fascia. You’ll get 14 papers covering most aspects of UPVC fitter's health and safety based on our professional experience and our customers' download trends. All 14 documents have been compiled into a single electronic document, and buying this package allows you to display the "Health & Safety Gold Standard Award" on your website. Letting clients, customers and contractors know that your H&S and RAMS are current and up to date. Not only will your H&S be current and up to date, but it will stay that way because as H&S changes, we update this UPVC fitters package to reflect new trends and laws.

It increases your chance of winning tenders and has been written by trained health and safety professionals.

By purchasing these documents as a package, you can save over £60.00 from the list price, an excellent deal that will give you more than a 50% discount. Not only will you get a fantastic bargain, but you will also receive top-quality, incredibly user-friendly documents. Our documents are formatted in docx, so you can easily insert your company logo and details on the cover page using Word™ or any other processor you prefer. Once you have tailored the document to your specific needs, it will be ready for immediate use.

This document is:

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

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Accidents in the UPVC fitters sector

Falls and things falling from height are among the most common accident causes in the fenestration industry. Fitters often work at the first-floor level or above and roof height for soffit and fascia work.

Due to the weight of composite doors and the wind load that glazed units can be exposed to, manual handling is another area that poses a high risk of accident and injury.

Slips, trips and falls on the same level are commonplace, and the risk increases if someone works from the outside on uneven ground.

Occupational hazards include hearing loss from loud power tools, and occupational diseases include dermatitis from sealants contacting skin and asbestos-related diseases if asbestos is accidentally disturbed.

This falls into two sections: the H&S you are required to have by law and the H&S principal contractors insist you have before carrying out work for them. A principal contractor can demand any document they wish, and you either have to supply it if you want to work for them or you lose out to a competitor.

If you employ more than four people, you will need risk assessments, COSHH assessments, and a company H&S policy as a legal requirement.

Most CDM sites also ask for method statements, and you may be asked for equality and diversity policies, staff training records, lone worker policies, and PAT test records.

This package includes relevant risk assessments, method statements, and COSHH assessments, but not the company H&S policy.

A Company H&S policy is omitted because it’s not specifically relevant to a particular task. Instead, it’s a stand-alone document that covers your general approach to H&S within your company and who is responsible for what.

Because so many fitters work at height, training for this in your sector is considered a high priority alongside asbestos awareness training. Manual handling of slips, trips, and falls should also be considered.

Some of the most important staff training isn’t about being in a classroom or taking an online course. It’s about keeping your staff up to date on specific site rules and what’s expected of them. If management implements a control measure of wearing suede gauntlets to remove existing window panes yet doesn’t pass this information on to the workers, it’s just a paperwork exercise.

Likewise, if someone is seen using ladders in a way that is considered dangerous, the staff needs to know why and how to use them safely so safety fliers can be handed out or a toolbox talk can be conducted.



  • Available in Word™
  • Fully customisable
  • Add your Company Logo
  • UK & EU Compliant

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