Section 8: Requirements regarding the plan for safety, health and working environment
The plan for safety, health and working environment shall be based on risk assessments, be adapted to the building or civil engineering works concerned and shall include
a) an organisational chart indicating the distribution of roles and the form of contract
b) a progress plan describing when and where the various work operations are to be carried out, see section 5, second paragraph, (c), and paying regard to coordination of the various work operations
c) specific measures associated with activities that may involve risks to life and health, such as
- work near underground installations
- work near high voltage power lines and electrical installations
- work at locations with passing traffic
- work where employees may be exposed to landslides or sinking in mud
- work involving the use of explosives
- work in wells, underground earthworks and tunnels
- work exposing employees to the risk of drowning
- work in caissons with a compressed-air atmosphere
- work involving use of diving equipment
- work where persons may be put at risk of landslides, sinking in mud or being injured by falls or falling objects
- work involving demolition of load-bearing structures
- work involving the assembly or disassembly of heavy prefabricated elements
- work involving risk of hazardous exposure to dust, gas, noise or vibrations
- work that puts employees at risk from chemical or biological substances which may involve a strain on the safety, health and working environment or involve a legal requirement for health monitoring
- work with ionising radiation requiring the designation of controlled or supervised areas
- work involving fire and explosion hazards.
d) procedures for deviation handling.
The client shall ensure continuous updating of the plan in the event of changes of relevance for safety, health and working environment.