The plan must be prepared before work starts and must be monitored, maintained and updated as the project progresses. It should be written in a way that is easy to understand, and be signed and dated by the main contractor.
The OHSMP must, as far as practicable:
You must keep the OHSMP up-to-date and make sure that, as far as practicable:
Throughout the course of the work a copy of the plan is available for inspection by:
You must keep the OHSMP at least until the construction work is completed.
Demolition contractors should note that the OHSMP required under these regulations is not the same as the Occupational Safety and Health Management Plan required as part of the demolition licensing arrangements.
For more information on how to meet these obligations please refer to the WorkSafe guide National Standard for Construction Work – Guidance for Main Contractors and People with Control of Construction Work.
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