The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 61 (1983) > Issues > Issue 3 > Discussion on Code of Practice for Falsework - Some Comments by C.J. Wilshere
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Discussion on Code of Practice for Falsework - Some Comments by C.J. Wilshere

Mr C. Boswell (Health & Safety Executive): I am delighted to have the opportunity to open the discussion because the fact that Chris Wilshere’s paper is to be discussed by this Institution must surely signify that the Code of Practice has finally arrived after so many years of gestation. Mr Wilshere’s wide-ranging introduction to his paper this evening will probably stimulate a discussion across the whole field of falsework but I will limit my comments to one or two matters.