The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 73 (1995) > Issues > Issue 21 > Hazards, Risks and Structural Safety
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Hazards, Risks and Structural Safety

This paper examines the direct and indirect means by which standards of structural safety are maintained. It discusses the hazards and risks to structural safety in the context of the continuing changes in the technology and management of construction and use of structures: financial risks are not addressed. J.B. Menzies

Author(s): Menzies, JB

Keywords: hazards;risk;safety;damage;cdm;design;construction work;education;training;codes of practice;appraising;comparing