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Last edited 29 May 2023
Construction site records and registers
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Construction site records and registers are important documentation tools used to record and track various aspects of a construction project. They serve as a means of communication, evidence of compliance, and reference for future use. Here are some common types of construction site records and registers:
1. Daily Construction Log: This log is maintained on a daily basis and records activities, weather conditions, workforce attendance, equipment used, and any significant events or incidents that occur on the construction site.
2. Material Receiving Register: This register tracks the receipt of construction materials on the site. It includes details such as the date of delivery, supplier information, quantity received, and any discrepancies or issues observed.
3. Inspection and Test Records: These records document the inspections, tests, and quality checks conducted during various stages of construction. They may include records for concrete testing, soil testing, structural inspections, electrical inspections, and more.
4. Workforce Attendance Register: This register records the attendance of workers on the construction site. It helps track the number of workers present, their working hours, and any leave or absences.
5. Site Safety Records: These records focus on documenting safety-related activities and incidents. They may include records of safety meetings, safety inspections, accident reports, near-miss incidents, and safety training conducted on-site.
6. Change Order Log: This log tracks any changes or modifications made to the original construction plans or scope of work. It includes details such as the date of change, reason for change, parties involved, and impact on cost or schedule.
7. Equipment Maintenance Log: This log records the maintenance and servicing of construction equipment and machinery. It helps track the maintenance schedule, repairs, and any issues observed.
It's important to note that the specific records and registers maintained on a construction site may vary depending on the project requirements, local regulations, and the policies of the construction company or project owner.
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