Commercial work is an intricate process and requires the utmost pre-planning to ensure smooth runnings. Luckily, Maxilead are on hand to assist you with the process. Read on to discover our 5 tips for planning out your commercial work.
The conundrum of commercial work
Commercial work is so much more than what it says on the tin, and a lot goes in to ensure everything is a-OK; including before, during and after the process. For a typical project, there’ll be more than one person on the task of planning commercial work to ensure that everything is meticulously assessed. This part of the process is so crucial as it means that the quality of the project is cemented and all risks surrounding it are identified and consequently reduced.
It can be seen, therefore, that the planning process of commercial work is a hefty yet important task indeed. Meaning, it is important that it is gotten right. Us here at Maxilead understand these pressures all too well and have put together 5 tips for planning out your commercial work, just to make your life that little bit easier.
Maxilead’s 5 tips for planning out your commercial work
Tip one: start early
As soon as you obtain planning permission for commercial work and have it signed off, you should begin the preparation process immediately. There will be a lot to consider during the planning process, such as the length of the commercial work, the resources, the staff needed etc. so, you’ll want to input as much time into it as you are able. This saves for any last minute panic as the date when the work begins draws closer.
Tip two: health & safety is key
It goes without saying, but the health and safety quality of your impending site should be of the utmost importance during the planning stages. Ensure you run a full risk assessment on your prospective site and continually up until the date that the work begins. You should also filter in health and safety training sessions for staff so that they are fully prepared and aware of any potential risks.
Tip three: hire a skip early on
Hiring a skip may not cross your mind in the initial stages of planning out your commercial work, but it should do. Not hiring a skip early on can mean that when it comes round to needing one during the work, you’ll be stuck and this has the potential to hinder productivity. Hiring a skip is important as it reduces mess – and consequently risks – within building sites, and also makes waste disposal thereafter much easier.
Tip four: don’t be afraid to ask for help
The planning process of any project, let along commercial work is a big task at hand and sometimes, it’s just not feasible to let one person take responsibility. It’s okay to delegate tasks amongst relevant members of your team. Not only will this reduce your workload, but it’ll also ensure a higher quality job.
Tip five: recycle, recycle, recycle!
Again, it goes without saying but you should always recycle your waste materials – especially metals. This should be incorporated into your planning process too. It pays to know you have someone on hand to recycle your waste and ensure that it is taken care of before the commercial work begins. Luckily, Maxilead are on hand to do exactly this – contact us today to secure us for your commercial waste disposal.
To find out more about recycling metals, hiring a skip or for more about us, get in touch with Maxilead today – we’d love to chat with you.