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A34 Security/Safety/Protection G#1705 N#1606

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A34 Security/Safety/Protection

A34 Security/ Safety/ Protection
Checklist: 


Problems:


Misunderstandings:


Solutions:


Value Engineering:
(stuff into projects, not out of them)


Consider:

  • Security:
    • Use FSC plywood site hoardings in vandal prone areas, vandals kicking hoarding are more likely to hurt themselves than damage the hoarding.
  • Safety:
  • Large wild life park:
    • Deer resistant (high) fencing required around all areas of the construction site operations
  • Protection:
    • Protect retained trees with fencing at perimeter of canopies, to discourage encroaching on branches, roots and trunk
    • Complete external works as early as possible in contract allowing soft landscape to be completed early (allowing for growing seasons) to allow planting to mature early.
      • A good psychological barrier to discourage the discarding of building rubble into the site.
  • Electricity Supply:
    • Ensure all sites are required to use a Green Tariff electricity supply throughout the works
  • Temporary Works:
    • Use FSC Plywood and other boarding for temporary words, hoarding, formwork,
    • Use reject scaffold boards as vertical site hoarding clamped to scaffolding

Avoid:

  • Security lighting & Hoarding lighting that is on all day in sunlight, add daylight sensing/time clock switching
  • Security lighting & Hoarding lighting that is on if there is nobody on site, add PIR/Time clock switching

Minimise:


Substitute:


Resource Efficiency:


Reduce:


Reclaim:


Reuse:


Recycling:


Recover:


Waste Issues:


Waste Category:


Hazardous waste:


Waste Statistics:

  • 2.9 m tonnes (3.2% of 90 m. tonnes/year) of waste is through damage due to methods of work
  • 0.9 m tonnes (1% of 90 m. tonnes/year) of waste is generated by poor storage
  • 9.4 m tonnes (10.2% of 90 m. tonnes/year) of waste is Temporary works, Site hoardings and Formwork

End of life options:


Health and Safety Issues:


Wellbeing:


Maintenance issue:


Precautionary principle:


Biodiversity:


Information sources:


© GBE NGS ASWS BrianMurphy aka BrianSpecMan
6th December 2014 – 14th November 2018

A34 Security/ Safety/ Protection
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6th December 2014 -14th November 2018

A34 Security/ Safety/ Protection
See Also:


NGS CPD


NGS JARGON BUSTER

Initials, Abbreviations, Acronyms
  • FSC
  • GiB
  • PEFC
  • UKWAS
  • VE
Names and phrases
  • Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
  • Grown in Britain (GiB)
  • (PEFC)
  • United Kingdon Wood _______ (UKWAS)
  • Value Engineering (VE)

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NGS ROBUST SPECIFICATION


GreenBuildingSpecification


NGS PRODUCTS


Recycled:

Temporary floor protection:

  • Secondary cellulose fibre, recyclable or compostable after use
  • Manufacturer: Florprotec Ltd
  • Product Reference: Floortech

Temporary weatherproof sheeting:

  • 90% recycled LDPE (post consumer (water drainage pipes, milk bottles, drums, fertilisers bags)
  • Manufacturer: Extrusion and Moulding Compounds
  • Product name: Temporary sheeting

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6th December 2014 – 14th November 2018

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