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Design Safety Audit

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Question
1. Designer experience
and training

Guidance

Has a competence
assessment been made?

2. Designers CDM duty to


clients

Has client been made


aware of their duties under
CDM?

3. Principles of design
safety applied in all phases
of a project design

At Feasibility, Preliminary,
Detailed and during
construction?
H&S adequately
considered in optioneering and
in the justification of preferred
option(s)?
Level of detail appropriate
to project phase?
DRAs for each
area/element of the works?
Which format of forms
utilised for Design Risk
Assessments?
Evidence of DRA carried
out concurrent with and not post
design?
Design risk assessment
kept up to date?
How is it ensured that
residual risk is communicated?
(e.g. action/close-out column on
DRA)

4. Design Risk
Assessment (DRA)
process and
documentation

5. Application of hierarchy
of risk control

Evidence of risks being:


eliminated by designing
them out when possible?

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Response / Comments

Design Safety Audit


reduced if cant be
eliminated?
Future cleaning and
maintenance work
Persons in the structure at
any time
Modification or demolition
of the structure
Consider risks to all
involved
DRAs included in design
review meetings to ensure that
all hazards have been identified
and that mitigation measures
proposed do not introduce
hazards in other elements or
disciplines on the project?
6. Design Risk
Assessment
Considerations

7. Checking and review

8. Management of latestage design change

9. Communication of
residual risk

10. Cooperation with other


Designers and Planning
Supervisor

Have any late changes in


design been reviewed for their
impact on Health and Safety?
DRAs updated?
Additional residual risks
communicated?
Does the design identify
residual risks?
Is adequate information
provided on residual risks?
How? (e.g. SHE boxes
used on drawings)
DRAs and residual risk
information forwarded to the
Planning Supervisor?
Is a Lead Designer
appointed?
Regular meetings / liaison
with Planning Supervisor / other
designers?

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Design Safety Audit

Auditor Comments
Immediate Recommendations
1. Follow Jacobs Babtie procedure for Design Reviews mandated in Compass BPP 04 Issue 2.7 Page 5
of 24 Section 3 Input Statements and Design Control.
2. Revisit and document output from Value Management workshops in terms of H&S risk.
3. Develop and circulate a design programme showing:

JB internal design review meetings involving JB Design Manager, Team Leaders, Planning
Supervisor and Verifier, and

Buildability meetings with Contractor.

4. Provide clear guidance to Team Leaders on requirement for DRAs at Phase 1B and Detailed design
and requirement to identify top five residual risks for XX design and provide to Planning Supervisor.
Provide examples.
5. Issue standardised DRA format to all TLs compatible with XX Risk Register requirements. Provide
example of the standard required.
6. Provide Design Team Organogram to all designers
7. Advise TLs of availability and HSE and SiD reference material
http://www.hse.gov.uk/construction/designers/index.htm
http://www.safetyindesign.org/designguides.html
Longer term recommendations
1. CDM for Designers training required before detailed design commences. This to be delivered by JB
Design Manager/TLs.
2. Suggest you ask XX to give this training to the Design Team Leaders ASAP.
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