Last edited 23 May 2024

Change Control Plan

In the context of the UK Building Safety Act, a change control plan is a structured process and documentation system implemented to manage changes to a building's design, construction, or management that may impact its safety or compliance with building regulations. The change control plan outlines procedures for assessing proposed changes, determining their potential impact on building safety, and ensuring that appropriate measures are taken to maintain or enhance safety standards. By implementing a change control plan, building owners and managers can ensure that any modifications to a building are carefully assessed, managed, and implemented to maintain or improve safety standards and compliance with building regulations, as mandated by the Building Safety Act.

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