Demistifying Design Risk Assessments & the role of a Health and Safety Project Coordinator
The evening will be presented by Phil Barker, on behalf of the Jersey Safety Council, who delivers the ‘Practical HSPC & Applied Design Risk Management Course’, highlighting the best practices for the practical application of the Management in Construction (Jersey) Regulations 2016.
Associated with the construction industry from 1971, working in local government, contracting and support services in the UK, Channel Islands, Europe, Middle East, Far East and Australia. Since 1994 Philip Barker has been involved in H&S support including project management, CDM Coordinator, Principal Designer, HSPC, consultancy and delivering training.
The event objectives include:
- Raising awareness of the Health and Safety Project Coordinator (HSPC) role, including what they are and are not responsible for
- Outlining the ideal stages for an HSPC to get involved – generally Stage 4 of the RIBA Plan of Work
- Understanding the need to appoint an HSPC with an appropriate level of experience for the project.
- Design Risk Assessments.
- Case Studies.
- Helping the Client appoint an HSPC & understanding HSPC role:
- Involving an HSPC at the correct stages.
- Selecting an HSPC based on competencies.
- How to become an HSPC.
- Q&A session.