Project Assurance was established with the vision of providing high quality and cost-effective construction health and safety & CDM  Regulations 2015  advice and services to a wide range of small to medium sized businesses, architects, designers, main and principal contractors within the construction industry and built environment.

Being able to call on over 20years in the construction industry and having first hand exposure to a wide range of sectors from domestic, residential, commercial, and industrial sectors, allows us to provide practical and manageable solutions towards health and safety on your projects.

We have a true passion and approach towards health and safety and look to work with like minded business, and not purely provide a tick box solution to safety in the workplace. We aim to deliver professional service that in return aim to avoid workplace injuries, loss time accidents and save lives within the construction industry. By delivering on these goals, promotes a strong safety culture within businesses and in return can increase productivity and profits for businesses with a safer work environment.

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CDM Regulations 2015

Did you know that under Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, a construction phase plan is required for every construction project (even small projects) There is no requirement for this plan to be large and complicated, but it should reflect that consideration has been given to health and safety on the project.

For working for domestic clients, you will be responsible for preparing the phase plan, and organising the work, and ensuring health and safety has been planned for the project. This would come into effect if you were the only contractor/principal contractor on the project.

Examples could be the following

  • Kitchen and bathroom refurbishments
  •  Loft conversions
  • New roof or repair work

These are examples of smaller projects that a basic phase plan will cover the works, for larger projects that last longer than 500 person days or 30 working days that involve more than 20 workers at the same time, than this would fall into the notifiable category for the HSE and require an F10 certificate and a far more complex construction phase plan to be in place.

Appoint a competent person

Did you know that under the Management of Health and Safety at work Regulations 1999, every employer must enlist one or more competent persons to assist with complying with their statutory duties under Health and Safety law. Where no competent person exists within a company, the services of an external Health and Safety Consultant of Adviser should be sought to undertake the role.

Project Assurance can provide this role on a retained basis, this is a cost-effective solution to ensuring a company remains compliant and complies with Regulation 7 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. Please get in touch for more information on this service.