Building demolition method statement template
This building demolition method statement template will help you outline how your demolition work is to be carried out in a manner which is safe and without risk to health.
This document has been pre-completed completed by our construction health and safety specialists for the internal strip out and mechanical demolition of a building to give you a good indication of the safe system of work procedure that may be followed for this work activity.
A method statement is a document that describes how your work activity will be carried in a logical sequence, providing details of the management of the activity to operatives and clients.
One job task may be covered by a number of risk assessments, permits to work and COSHH assessments, and a method statement is a good way of referencing the various documents that apply to the activity, and providing a safe system of work to follow.
This method statement template has been partially completed along with providing you with areas to complete task specific details such as names of operatives, project name, timescale and hours of work.
You may use the method statement as it is, in your business, and can add your company name at the top. However, the method statement is provided as a template and you need to check the details are suitable for your work process, making any amendments as required to cover the activity as it is carried out by your organisation.
The document is provided in Office Word format and the document text fields are fully editable to suit your business activities and procedures. Once downloaded you are free to save, edit, print and use the building demolition method statement template within your business for as long as you need it.
» Start Date
» Hours of Work
» Hazards Identified
» Work Procedure and Control Measures
» Supervisory Arrangements
» First Aid and Welfare Provision
» Schedule of PPE
» Emergency Procedures
» Assessor Details
Don't forget you should also have a risk assessment in place for your activity, why not download our demolition risk assessment template to get you started.