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Civil Engineering Health and Safety Documents

Discover a range of quality civil engineer safety documents. HSEDocs offer tailored civil engineering risk assessments, COSHH assessments, method statements and RAMs for small businesses and larger outfits in the civil engineering industry. 

Our team has over 20 years of experience in the HSE industry, so you can get peace of mind that your documents will be up to date, relevant, and work towards the safety of yourself and your team. Find out more in our FAQs below, or explore the full range of documents available on this page. If you have any questions, get in touch with our team. 

Civil Engineering Safety FAQs

When you choose HSE Docs for your civil engineering risk assessments, method statements, COSHH assessments and more, not only do you access over two decades worth of experience, but you’ll get lifetime access to our products with free updates when needed. 

We offer great service, high quality H&S documents, free advice and online training courses that are second to none. If you aren’t sure what you’re looking for, or you need professional HSE advice, our team is on hand to help you. Simply get in touch with us via email, or by completing our contact form.


When you buy health and safety documents from HSEDocs, they are yours for life, with unlimited downloads and free updates if laws and regulations change. We also provide all of our HSE documents in Microsoft Word for simple editing and easy addition of company information and branding. 

What's more, HSEDocs offer health and safety document packages tailored to specific job roles and industry's so that you have everything you need to ensure the safety of workers on-site. These packages also mean that you can display the Health and Safety Gold Standard award, letting your clients know that your health and safety practises are suitable and up to date.

‘Civil engineering’ covers a range of engineering types. Their main job role is to build and maintain the areas in which we live. They design and construct buildings for the general public. This might include airports, bridges, offshore platforms, and more. 

Given the scope of the role of a civil engineer, a wide variety of health and safety documents should be used on a daily basis to ensure the safety of a site and its workers. A range of risk assessments, COSHH assessments, method statements and RAMs should be completed for specific tasks within a project such as demolition, use of power tools, working at heights, and bricklaying. 

To further ensure the safety of workers on site, we offer a range of online HSE courses such as an online manual handling course, a working at heights online course, and an online asbestos awareness course.

Civil engineering health and safety is absolutely vital due to the nature of the work, and who it's for. If safety procedures are neglected and risks aren’t minimised, construction could put the general public in danger, which will result in fines and potentially legal consequences. As with any engineering and construction project, following safety best practices also ensures you, your staff, and your clients stay as safe as possible. 

Our Civil Engineering health and safety documents, including our civil engineering risk assessment, start from just £8.99, or we offer a complete health and safety package for just £35.

Many employers and contractors will require health and safety documents prior to starting work, however they aren’t always a legal requirement. Health and safety policies, on the other hand, are required by law, and must be written down, and be easily accessible if you have more than 5 employees.

Table of contents for civils package:

Risk assessments for:

  • 01) general groundworks, excavations and concrete works
  • 02) 180° and 360° excavators
  • 03) Risk awareness for areas where asbestos could potentially be discovered

Method statements for:

  • 04) block paving
  • 05) laying slabs
  • 06) brick and blockwork
  • 07) underground drainage
  • 08) foundations and trenches

COSHH assessments for:

  • 09) brick and patio cleaner (Acid)
  • 10) brick and patio cleaner (Eco)
  • 11) cutting concrete and bricks
  • 12) cement
  • 13) diesel
  • 14) concrete hardener and sealer
  • 15) line marking paint
  • 16) mortar plasticiser
  • 17) petrol
  • 18) two stroke oil
  • 19) dust



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  • UK & EU Compliant

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