Summary

Blockades are normally identified as anything longer than 3 days, planning for blockades can be complex and contain multiple disciplines and contractors. This is where planning needs to be first class.

The approach that we recommend is to break the blockade down into discrete sections and utilise all of the tools within the toolkit.

Reporting and monitoring then becomes a key part of the process, this is due to the amount of activity and change that often occurs during the blockade.

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