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Last edited 24 Sep 2020
Health and safety strategy
The RIBA Plan of Work 2013 defined the Health and Safety Strategy as:
'The Health and Safety Strategy needs to be considered early on in the project because it is key to securing the safe construction, occupation, maintenance and future re-use or demolition of the project. The client’s role is fundamental to this, to establish and maintain a health and safety-conscious approach to delivery of the project from the outset. The Health and Safety Strategy should set clear health and safety objectives.'
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