When planning a project, the site needs to carefully consider any risks posed by the location and local environment.
Sites need to identify any potential barriers that may hinder the successful running of their work, and develop measures to effectively counter these problems.
Some sites may be based close to fast flowing rivers, for a considerable amount of time.
Below is an example of how a site identified the risks associated with a river, which ran through the centre of the site:
Monitor Report, I & H Brown Ltd, West Yorkshire, March 2015
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