This report documents the findings of the research project on Health and safety in refurbishment projects involving partial demolition and structural instability. This final report, completed in 2003, summarises the results and is substantiated by the intermediate reports covering work packages WP1 to WP5. The report then identifies the main factors associated with health and safety issues on refurbishment sites and investigates the strategies adopted during refurbishment works involving demolition activities. A comparison between the practices in the UK and Italy was undertaken and a checklist for proactive management of heath and safety on refurbishment projects was prepared.

Health and safety in refurbishment involving demolition and structural instability

GOTTFRIED, ARIE
2004

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This report documents the findings of the research project on Health and safety in refurbishment projects involving partial demolition and structural instability. This final report, completed in 2003, summarises the results and is substantiated by the intermediate reports covering work packages WP1 to WP5. The report then identifies the main factors associated with health and safety issues on refurbishment sites and investigates the strategies adopted during refurbishment works involving demolition activities. A comparison between the practices in the UK and Italy was undertaken and a checklist for proactive management of heath and safety on refurbishment projects was prepared.
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