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Contractors must comply with the site team’s temporary works arrangements. Temporary works means all works required for the execution, completion, maintenance and / or demolition of permanent works and which will normally be removed from site on project completion.
Where you are required to erect, install or use temporary works they must be subject to appropriate supporting design information, calculations and independent checks by suitably qualified and experienced engineers. As appropriate you or your representative may be required to fulfill the role of ‘Temporary Works Supervisor’.
In all instances, please liaise with the Site Manager and / or McLaughlin & Harvey's appointed ‘Temporary Works Coordinator’ before undertaking work which may affect the integrity of existing temporary works, e.g. unauthorised alterations to mesh fencing, internal screens, external hoarding panel, props etc.