||Negotiate and confirm procedures and time for handing over the property.
- 1.1 - Consult with the people responsible for the implementation and time of the hand over to recipients for property.
- 1.2 - Confirm the procedures that need to be followed when handing over property to recipients.
- 1.3 - Outline the types of recipients that handovers of properties would be undertaken with.
- 1.4 - Explain methods that allow hand over procedures to be negotiated and confirmed with people responsible.
- 1.5 - Describe the techniques for negotiating and agreeing hand over times.
- 1.6 - Give reasons why agreed hand over procedures should be followed and explain possible consequences should this not happen.
||Analyse completed work against property specifications, identify and record any discrepancies.
- 2.1 - Inspect the finished work on properties and compare against the property work specifications.
- 2.2 - Note discrepancies that are evident between the work specifications and the finished work.
- 2.3 - List the types of construction-related work that may be undertaken on properties where hand over procedures can occur.
- 2.4 - Explain methods that allow the analysing of property specifications in order to compare details with completed tasks or work.
- 2.5 - Explain ways that properties can be checked against the specifications and outline the formats that results could be recorded in.
- 2.6 - Outline the types of discrepancies that could occur between specifications and completed work or tasks.
- 2.7 - Describe ways that discrepancies between property specifications and completed tasks or work could be identified.
||Take appropriate action to resolve any problems that emerge from an inspection of the property.
- 3.1 - Implement actions needed to resolve problems identified during property inspections prior to handover.
- 3.2 - Describe the types of problems that could be evident when inspecting properties following completed work or tasks.
- 3.3 - Explain how properties can be inspected to ensure work or tasks are complete prior to handover.
- 3.4 - Explain possible actions that can or should be taken to resolve problems hat may be identified during property inspections prior to handover.
||Ensure the property is clean and tidy and all redundant materials are removed.
- 4.1 - Inspect properties to ascertain cleanliness and tidiness prior to the handover.
- 4.2 - Implement actions where necessary to ensure properties are clean, tidy and free of redundant materials.
- 4.3 - Explain procedures that can be used to ensure that properties are clean and tidy, redundant materials are removed, and that problems are resolved before hand over.
- 4.4 - Give reasons why properties must be clean, tidy and redundant materials removed before handover, and explain possible consequences should properties not be in agreed states of cleanliness.
||Observe current legislation and official guidance appropriate to the work environment.
- 5.1 - Protect the workforce, the general public, visitors and the environment by applying information from at least three of the following:
- methods of work
- risk assessment
- safe use and storage of tools
- safe use and storage of materials
- traffic management
- emergency plans
- 5.2 - Explain what current legislation and official guidance applies directly to the handing over of property.
||Provide the recipient with all relevant documents, materials, information and keys or access media.
- 6.1 - Collate and prepare all relevant documentation, materials, information, keys or access media relevant to the properties being handed over.
- 6.2 - Hand over all relevant information and equipment for the relevant property.
- 6.3 - Describe the types of information that should be provided when handing over properties following construction or maintenance related work.
- 6.4 - Explain how to ensure that relevant information for properties is available for the recipient.
- 6.5 - Explain methods and formats that requisite documents, materials, information and access media can be provided to the recipient on hand over.
||Advise the recipient of the procedure for contacting the appropriate people in the event of any problems.
- 7.1 - Provide the recipient with requisite contact and procedural information relating to subsequent problems that may arise following hand over.
- 7.2 - Explain methods and formats that relevant information relating to contacts and problems can be provided to the recipient following hand over.