Construction Phase Plan

Construction Phase Plan

Technical Brief: Part 4 Task Briefing Sheet (TBS) Issue 2 - A guide to completion January 2017 / Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Issue 2 The requirements for the Task Briefing Sheet have been updated to reflect: changes in CDM 2015, and; recent changes to the Construction Phase Plan and Work Package Plan templates Must be used for all construction work - the

level of detail required should relate to the complexity of the work Issued at least a shift in advance to the person leading the workgroup The Deliverer can decide the format it is issued in (paper, digital); however, a copy must be available at the site of work at all times / 2 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet What is it? A document for front line operatives that sets out: An outline of the work to be undertaken The available resources Site specific arrangements for managing health and

safety risks i.e. preventive and protective measures Site specific emergency arrangements / 3 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Information provided should: Be audience appropriate (considering level of training, knowledge and experience) Relevant and up to date

Consider all significant risks Be task and site specific Take account of language difficulties or disabilities Any format (hard copy, electronic) can be used provided: It can be understood by everyone Has all the information in the relevant sections in the template / 4 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template The TBS must: Provide a reference back to the relevant WPP Provide sections for the date when prepared or approved, a

signature, job title and contact number for both: The person who prepared the document The person who approved the document Note: the arrangements for detailing who can sign off the TBS are documented in the CPP Wet (not electronic) signatures must be used on the original document which is retained by the deliverer / 5 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Part A / 6

Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 1 Introduction In this section provide The time span for the task briefing (i.e. start and finish) Document expiry date Note a review date must be provided if the TBS will be in place longer than 14 days / 7 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion

Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 2 Brief Description and Management of Task Provide a brief description of the task and location Detail how the work will be authorised to start and finish, and by whom (position) Provide details on any contingencies arrangements if the task does not go as expected i.e.: Task needs to change Task is not as expected Task does not go as expected

Requirements to stand down if necessary / 8 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 3 Handover and Handback Arrangements This section should detail any handover arrangements (if they are applicable) i.e.: Shift handover arrangements Hand-back on the completion of the task (i.e. to asset owner) Specific arrangements e.g. security arrangements when site is vacated / 9

Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 4 Control of Site & Activity Risks Detail in this section: the particular and significant site specific risks, and; task activity risks the relevant control measures (note: this is not a repeat of the risk assessment) Refer back to Section 3.1/3.2 of the Work Package Plan for the particular and significant risks

/ 10 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 5 Resources Detail the resources required to undertake the task (See section 1.3 of the WPP) Document the minimum number of people (and competencies) required to undertake the task safely This should also consider operators of plant, machinery, engineering trains, etc. Detail any specialist PPE requirements (what is required and by whom) Document the quantity of plant, equipment and tools

to complete the task Document the quantity of materials to complete the task / 11 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 6 Site details a. Location - This section should provide any additional details of the location of the task i.e. line, mileage. The use of photos or plans of the site is useful here b. Safest access/egress point This section should detail: the locations to access and egress the site of work routes to / from the point of access / egress Additional protection arrangements for access / egress

Consider the need for: Carrying tools and equipment Plant i.e. RRV or road vehicles / 12 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 6 Site details (continued) c. Our workforce protection arrangements Describe the protection arrangements for the safe delivery of the work Consider: Track protection arrangements i.e. possessions / isolations This can refer to the SSOWP no need to repeat!

Traffic management both rail and road Service isolations (see section e) for permit requirements) / 13 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 6 Site details (continued) d. Safeguarding others from our work Provide information on the arrangements to safeguard those affected by the work Consider: Members of the public (i.e. at stations, foot crossings) Neighbours (i.e. noise / vibration)

Other workgroups at the location / or that may pass through The environment / 14 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 6 Site details (continued) e. Permits Detail all permits required for the task Detail who is responsible for issuing and cancelling each permit f. Plant and machinery movements Provide information on any (rail or road) plant or

machinery movements that could affect the work prior to, during and after the work including those used by other parties Provide information on how exclusion zones and traffic routes will be managed during the work / 15 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 6 Site details (continued) g. Communication Provide information on: the means of communication during the work (i.e. duplex or back-to-back radio systems) Back-up systems or restrictions should it fail

/ 16 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 6 Site details (continued) h. Emergency arrangements Consider what the foreseeable emergencies might be (refer back to the CPP and WPP) Provide information on the arrangements for those foreseeable emergencies (i.e. those who have specific responsibilities, what equipment is required) Consider:

First aid and fire safety arrangements Environmental incidents Other emergencies i.e. working at height, confined spaces, working over water / 17 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 6 Site details (continued) i. Welfare Summarise any welfare arrangements specific to this task Refer back to the general site safety briefing if there is

no difference from these arrangements. / 18 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet Template Section 7 Changes to the Task Briefing Sheet This section is to be completed by the person in charge of the task to record any changes that may have to be made to the Task Briefing Sheet (i.e. if things on site are different from that recorded) Note this needs to be authorised by a responsible person and an authorisation reference issued BEFORE the task starts, or continues (so it is

important that the contact details and communication arrangements are in place) / 19 Task Briefing Sheet: Issue 2 - A Guide to Completion Task Briefing Sheet What do you aim to achieve once you have briefed the operative on site? Extract from NR/L2/OHS/0044 section 9.2: The Task Briefing Sheet is a vital tool for the communication of risk and helps you discharge legal duties. When used effectively it can also act as an important tool to help manage and understand the competency arrangements and levels of competency of those who work for you while undertaking

construction work. / 20

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