From October 2023, it will be a criminal offence in England for an unregistered high rise residential building to be occupied.
Under the new legislation any owner of a high rise residential building must create, hold and maintain a building safety case, making it available to the Building Safety Regulator upon request.
This effort to reinforce the prevention of the spread of fire and mitigate the risk of structural failure is a monumental change for our industry.
This four stage guide will help you understand the implications of the Building Safety Act and to provide you with an overview of the steps required to define, gather and maintain the information required for your Building Safety Case.
BIM Academy have developed this process using our extensive digital and safety knowledge and experience to help you build your digital Building Safety Case and to ultimately keep your residents safe.
How to Develop a Building Safety Case: 4 Stages to Compliance takes you through this process stage by stage and helps you prepare for the October 2023 deadline.
To talk to us about how to develop your own Building Safety Case, contact Allan Binns, Safety Director, Ryder Architecture or Melanie Robinson, Senior Digital Consultant, BIM Academy.
Better building safety starts here…
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