Design Risk Management: Contribution to Health and Safety
February 2010, Wiley-Blackwell
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Table 1.1 Design failures.
1.1 Major design failures in British history.
1.2 Additional Reports (The Bragg Report and HSE Research.
Report ) into design failure.
Table 1.2 Principal recommendations of the Bragg Committee.
Table 1.3 Contributory factors to historical failures.
2 Project risk management and design risk management.
2.1 Key players in project management.
2.2 Stages of the contract and their achievement.
Table 2.1 CDM duty holder actions.
3 Construction-related health and safety legislation.
3.1 Approved code of practice and guidance.
3.2 Health and Safety at Work, etc. Act.
3.3 The Management of Health and Safety at Work.
3.4 The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations.
3.5 The Manual Handling Operations Regulations.
3.6 The Confi ned Spaces Regulations.
3.7 The Work at Height Regulations.
3.8 The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations.
3.9 The Control of Noise at Work Regulations.
3.10 The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health.
4 The CDM process.
4.2 Pre-construction information.
Figure .1 Holistic diagram of the construction process.
4.3 Construction phase plan.
4.4 Health and safety file.
Figure .2 Systems approach.
Table 4.1 Applicable regulations for duty holder compliance.
Table 4.2 Construction (Design and Management) Regulations.
5 Role of the designer.
5.1 Who are designers?
Figure 5.1 The designer’s duties.
Table 5.1a Designer duties (all projects).
Table 5.1b Designer duties (additional duties on notifiable projects).
6 The design risk management process.
6.1 Additional interfaces.
6.2 Design change.
Table 7.1 Risk assessment methods.
Table 7.2 Examples of potential hazards for designers to consider.
7.1 Red, amber and green lists.
Table 7.3 Design risk assessment.
Figure 7.1 Example of a design risk assessment proforma.
Figure 7.2 Annotated notes (health and safety) on drawing.
Figure7 .3 Hazard management register and design risk assessment.
7.2 Project (health and safety) risk register.
Table 7.4 Project risk register (health and safety).
7.3 Design philosophy statements.
8 Information flow.
Table 8.1 Communication links.
8.1 Pre-construction information.
Figure 8.1 Information flow.
Figure 8.2 Design interface with other duty holders.
8.2 Construction phase plan.
8.3 Health and safety file.
Table 8.2 Design information for the health and safety file.
Figure 8.3 Planning/programming integration.
Appendix One: Roadmap.
Appendix Two: References and bibliography.
Appendix Three: Web page directory.
Appendix Four: Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations.
Appendix Five: Design checklist.
Appendix Six: Riba Outline Plan of Work (November revision).
Colour plate section.