Temporary Works Audits
Temporary works is an essential part of site safety and there are several stages to the process that have to be done correctly to ensure safety. This starts with the training and appointment of the temporary works coordinator (TWC). It is then up to the TWC to manage the remainder of the process from preparation of the Temporary Works Register to signing of the Permit to Load. Within most construction companies this is the most complex process that is used and there are several places that it can go wrong.
PDMA can audit the process from start to finish both on site and in the design office to ensure that the correct process is being followed. We will show you where there are any gaps or room for improvement which will help ensure site safety. Where necessary, we can provide standard forms or help you introduce suitable procedures to manage the process.
Several contractors have found this to be a valuable part of site safety management which has been a significant contributor to a safe site.