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Major project report: Delivering the London 2012 Olympics

After four years CLM is about to finish its job as delivery partner with the Games on time and budget.

It has been a tremendous achievement. Read how it has made it happen here.

Download the pdf here.

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  • In the article by Mark Hansford dated 10 Feb 2011, he quoted Kevin Furniss as saying “We have instilled a culture where method statements are simple, pictorial and task specific so they are easily understood by all, together with a mentality where if you find you are having to work outside of that method statement then you stop and challenge why, and you won’t be criticised for it”
    Would it be possible to have a sight of some examples of these pictorial method statements? I am keen to see how easy it might be to share them with the wider construction community and thus help to improve the safety record elsewhere.
    Christopher Peck
    Health & Safety Consultant
    christopher.peck@blueyonder.co.uk

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