Temporary Works Coordinator Services
We support contractors across the UK to manage to discharge their CDM2015 duties by providing experienced PM's and Engineers to carry out the role of Temporary Works Coordinators.
BWL's professionally qualified team manage the temporary works requirements from the pre-construction phase through the construction phase to the handover of a project, while ensuring that the contractor's procedures for the control of temporary works are correctly implemented on site.
We understand the full definition of temporary works in construction and the appropriate classification of any temporary works on site.
When acting as Temporary Works Coordinator, we support contractors by demonstrating they have effective arrangements in place for controlling the risks arising from temporary works, and that the appropriate arrangements are being implemented.
Working closely with the Project Design and Construction Team as appropriate, we follow a strict set of policies and procedures when acting as Temporary Works Coordinator. The approach we take reduces project risks, and when costing temporary works, we provide an integral part in managing the overall cost of a project.
As part of the core function when carrying out the role of Temporary Works Coordinator, we also provide accurate reporting to the through using robust project controls, which includes RAG scoring and communication.
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When is a Temporary Works Coordinator required?
The British Standard, BS5975, defines a best practice method for the management of temporary works, including the appointment and use of a Temporary Works Coordinator (TWC).
Although there is no legal requirement for the position of a TWC, there is a legal requirement for contractors to ensure works are carried out in a manner that does not create unacceptable risk.
A contractor will normally engage a TWC for small projects in critical environments such as substations, or any medium to large project to ensure there's no risk to your workforce or members of the public.