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13.—(1) No contractor shall carry out construction work in relation to a project unless any client for the project is aware of his duties under these Regulations.
(2) Every contractor shall plan, manage and monitor construction work carried out by him or under his control in a way which ensures that, so far as is reasonably practicable, it is carried out without risks to health and safety.
(3) Every contractor shall ensure that any contractor whom he appoints or engages in his turn in connection with a project is informed of the minimum amount of time which will be allowed to him for planning and preparation before he begins construction work.
(4) Every contractor shall provide every worker carrying out the construction work under his control with any information and training which he needs for the particular work to be carried out safely and without risk to health, including—
(a)suitable site induction, where not provided by any principal contractor;
(b)information on the risks to their health and safety—
(i)identified by his risk assessment under regulation 3 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, or
(ii)arising out of the conduct by another contractor of his undertaking and of which he is or ought reasonably to be aware;
(c)the measures which have been identified by the contractor in consequence of the risk assessment as the measures he needs to take to comply with the requirements and prohibitions imposed upon him by or under the relevant statutory provisions;
(d)any site rules;
(e)the procedures to be followed in the event of serious and imminent danger to such workers; and
(f)the identity of the persons nominated to implement those procedures.
(5) Without prejudice to paragraph (4), every contractor shall in the case of any of his employees provide those employees with any health and safety training which he is required to provide to them in respect of the construction work by virtue of regulation 13(2)(b) of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999.
(6) No contractor shall begin work on a construction site unless reasonable steps have been taken to prevent access by unauthorised persons to that site.
(7) Every contractor shall ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that the requirements of Schedule 2 are complied with throughout the construction phase in respect of any person at work who is under his control.
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