This fully up-to-date guide is intended to help designers to steer an effective path through their significant health and safety duties under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 and its associated Approved Code of Practice. Health and safety aspects in design risk management can make a substantial contribution to achieving client and design team targets and, done well, can make a big difference to the health and well-being of those who work on such projects. Written by the Association for Project Safety, it covers: clients' duties; Notifiable and Non-notifiable projects; capability, competence and resources; co-operation and co-ordination in design risk management; information in design and planning; design risk management in detail; and, residual risks, the H&S File, and record-keeping.
Author: Association for Project Safety
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
Publication Date: May 2007