Using BIM for Safety Risk Management

Aug 23

The Health & Safety at Work 2015 act (HSAW 2015) is a game changer for building owners and property managers. Combine that with the mandatory requirements from the Asbestos Regulations 2016, many existing buildings present some major challenges in delivering an effective Safety Risk Management Plan.

The documentation that is generated in the process of managing hazards can be overwhelming. Ensuring the right people have access to this information at the right time, and that they understand the hazards, presents a major risk to the Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU).

BIM is all about managing data in an efficient manner and ensuring it is fit for purpose for those who need it. It has proved to be very effective in mitigating some of the risks associated with asbestos management

Find out more about BIM Management for Building Owners

If you would like to discuss any of the above please contact Caduceus Support (support@caduceus.co.nz)

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