Author: J. Underwood (HSE)
2 October 2017
First published: 2 October 2017
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J. Underwood (HSE)
Rob Paul provides an introduction to the three main types of risk that engineering practices face and considers the steps they can take to minimise or mitigate these.
In the second of two articles examining temporary works failures, Director of Structural-Safety, Alastair Soane, considers why failures occur and what steps can be taken to reduce the risk of catastrophic events.
John Banks examines the role of principal designer under CDM 2015 and discusses how this relates to temporary works design on a project.