Collaborative Reporting for Safer Structures: The myth of quality assurance

Author: CROSS

Date published

1 March 2022

Price
Free
Back to Previous

Collaborative Reporting for Safer Structures: The myth of quality assurance

Collaborative Reporting for Safer Structures: The myth of quality assurance
The Structural Engineer
Author

CROSS

Date published

1 March 2022

Author

CROSS

Price

Free

This month we present a CROSS Safety Report discussing the need for regular site inspections to be conducted by the original design engineer. The report was submitted to, and processed by, CROSS-AUS, but the contents will also be of interest to readers within the UK and internationally.

Additional information

Format:
PDF
Pages:
2
Publisher:
Institution of Structural Engineers

Tags

Safety Quality Inspection Professional Guidance Issue 3

Related Resources & Events

Guidance
<h4>Practical guide to structural robustness and disproportionate collapse in buildings</h4>

Practical guide to structural robustness and disproportionate collapse in buildings

Guidance on incorporating structural robustness into designs for low-rise building structures.

Date ‐ 1 October 2010
Author ‐ Various (Institution Task Group)
Price ‐ £32.50
Guidance
<h4>Guide to inspection of underwater structures</h4>

Guide to inspection of underwater structures

Guidance for undertaking inspections of underwater, inland and coastal structures in water depths to 30m - including inspection techniques, equipment and safety.

Date ‐ 1 October 2001
Author ‐ Various (Institution Task Group)
Price ‐ £22.50
The Structural Engineer
<h4>Business Practice Note No. 35: Dealing with unauthorised changes on site</h4>

Business Practice Note No. 35: Dealing with unauthorised changes on site

In this note, Simon Pitchers provides advice to structural engineering professionals on how to proceed if they become aware that an unauthorised change to the design has taken place on site.

Date ‐ 16 October 2020
Author ‐ Simon Pitchers
Price ‐ £9