The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 91 (2013) > Issues > Issue 3 > Are your certified products what you think they are?
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Are your certified products what you think they are?

Correct and unambiguous documentation is essential for maintaining structural safety and is relied upon by designers, suppliers, contractors and end users. CROSS has received reports about the quality of some imported products and the nature of the documentation that goes with them.

Author(s): A. Soane