Bill has many years experience working alongside design practices from sole proprietor to large organisations and can provide guidance to any Design practice however large or small.


Site Inspections

Site inspections enable a client to demonstrate that they are meeting their legal duty in respect of ensuring there are effective management arrangements in place for a construction project.

At W O’Brien Project Management we have an in depth knowledge of Health and Safety on construction sites and we can provide expert advice on all aspects of a site inspection.


Risk Assessments

The MHSW Regulations 1999 require all business undertakings to conduct risk assessments of all their activities where the organisation has more than five ( 5 ) employees the assessments must be recorded formally. Bill will conduct risk assessments for all business undertakings including: Construction. Manufacturing, Engineering, Motor Industry, Warehousing, Logistics etc.


Method Statements

Clients are regularly asking their contractor’s to produce a method statement as part of their Health and Safety documentation or for larger projects, under the CDM Regulations.

 A Method Statement is a document outlining how a particular task or activity will be carried out. It should detail the possible dangers/risks associated with your particular part of the project and the methods of control to be established, to show how the work will be managed safely.

Method statements must be written by a competent person, familiar with the work processes. We are able to offer guidance and advice to all members of staff on safety related issues.

 At W O’Brien Project Management we can advise you on what to include in your method statement and tailor it to your specific project and requirements.


Construction Phase Plan

If you are holding the role of Principal Contractor for a project under the CDM Regulations 2015 you will be obliged to develop a construction phase safety plan for the Client the Client has a duty under the Regulations not to authorise the commencement of the construction phase until he is satisfied that a suitably developed plan has been prepared Construction Phase Plans, should include a level of detail and information appropriate to the size of the project. E.g. larger projects require more developed documents the

Construction Phase Plan should include such items as :-

  • The management resources attached to the project
  • Sub- contractor appointments and management procedures
  • Details for dealing with specific risks identified in the pre- construction information pack
  • Risk assessments/ method statements
  • Any specific clients site rules/ restrictions
  • The Principal Contractor’s developed site rules


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