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Trev B  
#1 Posted : 18 November 2020 20:27:50(UTC)
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Trev B


We have just had an H&S inspection by an external auditor and he advised the team that there are more stringent Temporary works requirement coming in soon.

is this the case can anyone confirm

or it is just more on the radar for the enforcement of current regulations?



Edited by user 18 November 2020 20:30:10(UTC)  | Reason: Typos

#2 Posted : 19 November 2020 12:00:59(UTC)
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If there are this is a good place to look


peter gotch  
#3 Posted : 19 November 2020 12:31:42(UTC)
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peter gotch


Suspect your auditor is looking at the proposals for more effective Building Regulations inclusive of a new Building Regulator under the Health and Safety Executive.

Arguably this will have more impact on Permanent Works than TW, though clearly if you design in flammable cladding into a tower block then this presents temporary as well as ongoing risks.

Of the VERY, VERY small number of prosecutions against Designers, CDM Co-ordinators and Principal Designers under the CDM Regulations, a couple have involved lack of control of the fire risks associated with timber frame construction in extensions to occupied residential care homes.

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