Improving health and safety using BIM
Health and safety information in the architecture, engineering and construction industry is often unstructured, disconnected and complicated. To help address this issue, a consortium developed a solution that could be used on projects of any size. The group successfully applied for funding from i3P and Innovate UK to develop what is now known as ‘SafetiBase’; a cloud-based repository of existing solutions to improve risk management.
 Compliant with PAS 1192-6
The PAS 1192 framework is a series of documents that sets out the requirements for achieving BIM Level 2 – which the UK Government has already committed to complying with for all large-scale and public-sector construction contracts.
PAS 1192-6 is part of this framework and aims to encourage collaboration and sharing of structured health and safety information throughout project and asset lifecycles. It does this by providing guidance on how to incorporate health and safety information through BIM processes and applications
 A system for managing health and safety risks in construction
- Phase 1: Extract data and develop the interface
- Phase 2: Integrate opensource cloud system
- Phase 3: Develop a dashboard platform and automation
 Working with the Health and Safety Executive
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