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Demolition Method Statement and Risk Assessment

Demolition Method Statement and Risk Assessment
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Our Generic Method Statement & Risk Assessment is suitable for residential dwelling demolition or similar works.

The Risk Assessment covers in brief:-

Gas and Electric, Fencing and Signage, Working at Height (Falls), Slips and Trips, Road users and Pedestrians, General site hazards, Public entering site.

The Method Statement details information from fencing and signage to basic demolition sequence using 360 excavator.

The Risk Assessment covers the main risks (see image below)

Simple to edit in MS Word these can be re used time and time again, simply add your site details, verify the work sequence and equipment to be used are as per your actual scope of works and print!.

Image used above © Steve Clark |


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£49.99 for 40 Completed Templates!

Updated August 2014

Method Statements:-

Reinforced Concrete, Excavations

Small Building Works, Block and Beam Flooring

Concrete Foundations, General Brick laying

Trial Holes (New), Wall and Floor Tiling (New)

Installation of Electrical Services (New), Installation of Central Heating (New)

Builders Clean (New), Control of Dust. (New)

Demolition Method Statement & Risk Assessment

Risk Assessments:-

Slips, Trips and Falls, Work at Height, Brick and Blockwork

Buried and overhead services, Cutting and grinding (abrasive wheels)

Manual handling, Electrical Work, Hand Arm Vibration (New)

Working In Confined Spaces, Mechanical Excavators and Excavations

Working with and use of Cement Mixers.


Cement ,  Crystalline Silica Dust

Blank Method Statement and Risk Assessment template.

Permit to Work and Handback Certificate Templates (New)



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