O&M Manuals / H&S Files
How we work:
We gather basic job information from our client and based on this we issue a quotation... more info
In the case of new clients, we agree with them what their O&M Manual(s) should contain and design a template with their company branding based around the agreed layout. This becomes their generic template and will be used as a starting point for all their Operation & Maintenance Manuals. Then for each job we customise this template to meet the requirements of that job or client.
Each O&M Manual is then built upon the agreed template and a Draft version is issued (usually electronically) for comments and checking. The ‘master manual‘ is then adapted to accommodate the comments and the final documentation printed and / or burnt to disc and delivered.
Small Contract O&M Manuals
There is a growing need to produce O&M Manuals for relatively small jobs; a task that can seem daunting when faced with a complicated Operation & Maintenance Manual specification and little time build a manual around it. Well, there is a cheap and efficient solution.
We are used to quickly compiling O&M Manuals to meet your client’s needs. This means that you can wash your hands of the whole process and know that we will produce professional O&M Manuals on your behalf that will reflect well on your company long after you’ve left site.
So, give us a ring and we can take them off your hands for as little as £99, possibly less if you’re a repeat customer.
To minimise costs, please give us as much notice as possible.
Mechanical & Electrical O&M Manuals
We have professional technical authors for writing the technical parts of the M&E O&M Manuals. We offer a full Mechanical and Electrical Operation and Maintenance Manual service that means that M&E clients can supply us with the bare minimum of information and have high quality manuals produced with as little fuss as possible.
The M&E O&M Manual service can also include production of the Building Logbook.
Health & Safety Files (H&S Files)
It is often more practical for us to compile the H&S File instead of the CDMC.
If this is required, we use a standard H&S File layout as laid out in the CDM Regs and put this file together along side the O&M Manuals. Typically, there will be a number of references from the H&S File to information within the O&M Manuals, so this is a logical way to do things.