Health, Safety and Welfare in construction and Built Environment - Assignment

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Health, Safety and Welfare inconstruction and BuiltEnvironment
ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................11. Hierarchical chart and legal responsibilities and duties that are specific to health and safetyfor 6 different roles identified......................................................................................................12. Importance of 3 of legislation below.......................................................................................23. Sub-contractors working on the Cross rail project may interact with the Principal Contractorand others on-site.........................................................................................................................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................3REFERENCES................................................................................................................................4
INTRODUCTIONIn order to any type of activities, it is required to have certain set of roles andresponsibilities that are needed to be undertaken(Zavadskas and et.al., 2017).In accordance withthe present assignment, there is case scenario given in which Crossrail are focused on to develop7 new train stations in the City of London. This report covers, legal responsibilities and dutiesthat are specific to health and safety for 6 different roles identified. Lastly, it also includes waysthrough which sub-contractors working on the Cross rail project may interact with principalcontractor and others on site.1. Hierarchical chart and legal responsibilities and duties that are specific to health and safety for6 different roles identifiedIn accordance with the new train stations in the City of London, there are many people involved.In this context, below given are the hierarchical chart:In accordance with the above given chart, it can be stated that head manager is responsible tomake sure proper safety and protection is provided all the people involved(Daniels, 2017).Below given are the legal responsibilities and duties that are specific to health and safety for 6different roles identified:1. Designers and architects: These people may not be on the construction site but they areresponsible to remove or reduce potential hazards.1Head managerHealth and SafetyExecutiveDesigners andArchitectsMain ContractorContractorsLocal AuthorityThe Client
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