Section 1 Information
1.1.1 Information required in order to plan building operations.
1.1.2 Sources of the information and the means of acquiring it.
2 Methods of Working
1.2.1 Selecting the work methods
1.2.2 Method Statements
1.2.3 Producing a Method Statement
3 Programmes for Operations
1.3.1 Programming for building operations which is correctly sequenced.
1.3.2 Explain the use of
programmes and method statements for building operations to operatives and other
users of the information.
1.3.3 Update working
methods and programmes including implementing any changes and improvements.
Section 1 Administrative Systems
2.1.1 Identify and interpret the information available to prepare the workplace
Implement organisational and communications systems which enable construction
sites to meet their objective.
Identify and explain the measures that have to be taken to fulfil statutory
obligations to site occupiers, neighbours and the general public.
2 Site Layout and Monitoring
2.2.1 Know how to plan and apply work place layouts.
Monitor the progress of operations
Monitor and control standards of workmanship.
3 Procurement and Monitoring of
Materials and Plant
2.3.1 Contribute to procuring the supply of materials for operations
Monitor and control the supply and use of materials for operations
Monitor and control the supply and use of site plant, small tools and
Section 1 Information needed to plan and operate a safe and healthy
3.1.1 Identify the information required in order to
be able to plan and operate a safe and healthy working environment. 3.1.2 Check that health, safety, welfare & environmental protection systems
are in accordance with organisational and statutory requirements.
Section 2 Induct the workforce and visitors
regarding safe working
3.2.1 Prepare an induction talk for the workforce
and visitors. 3.2.2 Deliver an induction talk for the workforce and visitors.
Section 3 Identifying and Assessing Hazards
3.3.1 Contribute to the identification and assessment of health and safety hazards.
3.3.2 Contribute to the identification and assessment of health and safety risks, and their reduction.
3.3.3 Identify which notices and warnings are required in accordance with current legislation and organisational requirements.
Section 1 Obtaining Information
Identify the roles and responsibilities of the contracting parties for
dimensional quality control.
Identify the sources of the relevant setting out information
Obtain the relevant setting out information
Identify permanent and temporary benchmarks and setting out points.
Check the setting out points against the setting out information for the works.
2 Establish Lines and Levels
4.2.1 Relate the setting out information to the circumstances of the site.
4.2.2 Set out lines and levels for construction operations.
4.2.3 Determine the lengths of travellers for excavation and concreting.
3 Inaccurate or Missing
Check that the setting out information in the contract documents is mutually
consistent and consistent with the site dimensions.
Inform any interested parties of any inaccurate or missing setting out
Section 1 Selection of Personnel
Understand the selection process for new personnel
Define the requirements for the post, including essential and desirable
Identify the selection procedures.
Compare the applicants’ with Job.
Selection interviews with the applicants.
2 Working Relationships
Understand how to establish and maintain working relationships with managers,
colleagues, customers and the community
Identify the characteristics of good working relationships.
Inform people about work activities.
Conveying information and instructions
Maintaining working relationships with customers and members of the community
3 Leadership & Management
Understand the characteristics of leadership and people management skills.
Identify the characteristics of leadership and management.
Choose different leadership and management styles appropriate to the situation.
Describe motivating factors and explain when to apply them to a team.
Explain how to minimise interpersonal conflict between staff.
6.1.1 Means of providing training for individuals, teams and development.
Development and training objectives
Identify and prioritise own personal development and training needs
Development Action Plan (DAP) and Personal Development Record (PDR)
2 Assessing and Monitoring
6.2.1 Assess and Monitor the performance of teams and individuals against
Provide advice, guidance, support and encouragement to teams and individuals.
Develop milestones/short term targets to aid individuals and teams, reach the
3 Recording Information
Need to Record Information
Type of information Recorded