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CIREG Documents and Publications

CIREG Crane Aide Memoire
Inspection Safety Guide for Insurance Loss Control Engineers and Surveyors

Published:  November 2010

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Guidance Note on the Avoidance of Water Damage on Construction Sites (Third Edition)

by The UK CAR Underwriters Group (UKCA)
& The Construction Insurance Risk Engineers Group (CIREG)

Published:  May 2010

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Publications by Other Organisations


Fire Prevention on Construction Sites: The Joint Code of Practice on the Protection from Fire of Construction Sites and Buildings Undergoing Renovation (Seventh Edition, 2009)
Publisher : Fire Prevention Association/Construction Confederation

The seventh edition of the JCoP contains a series of measures which, if adopted, will ensure that adequate detection and prevention systems are incorporated during the design and planning stages and that work on a site is undertaken to the highest standard of fire safety.

 

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Construction Site Fire Prevention Checklist (Third Edition, 2009)
Publisher: Fire Prevention Association

This updated checklist is designed to be used in conjunction with the seventh edition of the Joint Code of Practice for Fire Prevention on Construction Sites.

 

An interactive pdf version can also be downloaded from the RISCAuthority web site (members only)

 

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HSG168 Fire Safety in Construction
HSG168: Fire Safety in Construction Work
Second Edition (2010)
Publisher:  Health and Safety Executive

Guidance for Clients, Designers and those managing and carrying out construction work involving significant fire risks.

 

Free pdf download from HSE web site

 

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The Joint Code of Practice for Risk Management of Tunnel Works in the UK (2003)
Publisher: The Association of British Insurers (ABI) & The British Tunnelling Society (BTS)

 

The objective of this Code is to promote and secure best practice for the minimisation and management of risks associated with the design and construction of tunnels, caverns, shafts and associated underground structures including the renovation of existing underground structures.

ITIG Tunnelling Code of Practice
A Code of Practice for Risk Management of Tunnel Works (2006)
Publisher: The International Tunnelling Insurance Group (ITIG)

 

The objective of this Code is to promote and secure best practice for the minimisation and management of risks associated with the design and construction of tunnels, caverns, shafts and associated underground structures including the renovation of existing underground structures.

 

Foreign Language Versions of ITIG Tunnelling Code of Practice

 

French Version of the ITIG Tunnelling Code of Practice

Publisher: The International Tunnelling Insurance Group (ITIG)
 

German Version of the ITIG Tunnelling Code of Practice

Publisher: The International Tunnelling Insurance Group (ITIG)
 

Russian Version of the ITIG Tunnelling Code of Practice

Publisher: The International Tunnelling Insurance Group (ITIG)
 

Spanish Version of the ITIG Tunnelling Code of Practice

Publisher: The International Tunnelling Insurance Group (ITIG)
 

The objective of this Code is to promote and secure best practice for the minimisation and management of risks associated with the design and construction of tunnels, caverns, shafts and associated underground structures including the renovation of existing underground structures.

Fire Safety on Timber Frame Construction Sites
Fire Safety on Timber Frame Construction Sites (2008)
Publisher: UK Timber Frame Association (UKTFA)

This updated checklist is designed to be used in conjunction with the Joint Code of Practice for Fire Prevention on Construction Sites.

16 Steps to Fire Safety on Timber Frame Construction Sites
16 Steps to Fire Safety on Timber Frame Construction Sites
Publisher: UK Timber Frame Association (UKTFA)

This updated checklist, produced by the UKTFA, was developed from the 2008 'Fire Safety on Timber Frame Construction Sites' document.

Reducing the Risk of Timber Frame Fires during Construction
Reducing the Risk of Timber Frame Fires during Construction (2011)
Publisher: UK Timber Frame Association (UKTFA)

The UKTFA represents the majority of the timber frame industry and has prepared this data sheet in order to present to main contractors, insurers and professional advisors the actions which have been put in place by UKTFA Members to reduce the risk of a fire occurring during the timber frame erection phase of a project.

 

     
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