Building and construction/Site checklists

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Site Checklists are a tool for the purpose of monitoring;

  • Quality control
  • Progress of works
  • Contract administration
  • Purchasing procedures
  • Site safety

Large construction organisations extensively use checklists to ensure consistency of processes across all projects under their control.

Web resources

Sample Documents

Key points

1. Due to the demand for formalised checklists, a number of programmes suited for PDA units have become available.

2. Checklists completed at the time of construction can be valuable legal evidence in case of a dispute.

3. Checklists used in the quality control process are often known as Inspection and Test Plans (ITP's).

4. Safety checklists form an essential part of a safe work method statement and completed checklists can be used as evidence of compliance.

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