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Do the new Construction Regulations apply to you? Find out here

by , 11 September 2015
The Construction Regulations 2014 has introduced changes that affect your duties when it comes to starting construction projects.

Not complying with these changes could see you paying hefty fines and serving jail time.

In order to avoid this, you need to know whether the new Construction Regulations apply to you.

If you carry out any of these three activities, then the Construction Regulations 2014 apply to you:

1. The construction, erection, renovation, altering, repair, dismantling, demolition or addition to any building or similar structure.

Is your construction site compliant with all of the newly amended construction regulations?

When the DoL comes to inspect every last detail of your site, will you be confident that everything from your scaffolding to your Health and Safety file is compliant with ALL  of it's regulations?

Now you can be!
2. The construction, erection, demolition, maintenance or dismantling of any bridge, dam, canal, road, railway, runway, sewer or water reticulation system or any similar structure.
3. The clearing of land, moving of earth, creating an excavation, piling or any other similar work.

So if you are carrying out any of the above-mentioned activities, then the Construction Regulations 2014 apply to you. Make sure you comply
with them.

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