Construction Method Statements

Construction Method Statements

This Building Industry Method Statement Forms folder contains a variety of worked examples of Method Statements as well as a blank one for you to use and Guidance Notes on Method Statements. 

No matter how simple the task you are carrying out, completing a method statement is always useful as it will allow you to consider all the aspects of the works. As such it becomes an important exercise that not only helps you to make the workplace safer for your staff and thereby eliminate accidents, but also assists you in complying with the relevant health and safety legislation.

By using a systematic method of looking at your work activities by using a suitable Risk Assessment document and then creating a safe system of work on the Method Statement form you will go a long way to ensuring the safety of your employees on site. If you are a sub-contractor you may be asked to provide your method statements before starting work. These forms, when properly filled in, will show your prospective clients that you are serious about managing health and safety on site.

If you are new to writing a method statement you may find it useful to read our Guidance Notes – How to write a Method Statement.

Should any of your employees have an accident while on your site, or if you have a visit from the HSE, these Site Method Statement forms can help to show that you have taken steps to prevent accidents or a breach of legislation.

These Method Statements are part of the Health and Safety Documents Folder. Just £35.00 + VAT will provide you with 1 year's unlimited access to download all/any documents from the Health and Safety Documents Folder.

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