18 - 20 June, 2020, Sydney, Australia
BILT ANZ 2020

Session 1.5

Thursday, 18 June, 2020 | 05:05 PM

Workshop: Health and Safety Risk Assessments with 4D BIM

Joshua Lumley, Pedersen Read
Pre-Design, Design, Construction
BILT
Project Controls, Project Management
Autodesk
Workshop
All Levels
Academics/Students, Architects/Architectural Designers, BIM Leaders/Managers, Commercial Managers, Construction Managers, Construction Planners/Schedulers, Developers - Property, Draftspersons, Engineers - Civil, Engineers - Electrical, Engineers - Fire, Engineers - Mechanical, Engineers - Other disciplines, Engineers - Plumbing/Hydraulic, Engineers - Road/Rail, Engineers - Site, Engineers - Structural, Facilities Managers, Facility/Property Owners, Modellers, Practice Firm Leaders, Project Managers, Team Leaders, Trade Subcontractors

Synopsis:

In this workshop we will perform Health and Safety Risk Assessments on 4D BIM model set to a phase of construction featuring machinery and workers.

No BIM experience is required. This workshop is aimed at people in the construction fields as well as architects & engineers.

The Diagnostic Tool we’ll be using is a collection of triangular Hazard Symbols, showing pictorial representations of potential hazards e.g. Excavation, Working from Heights, Live Wires, Mobile Plant.

Learning Objectives:

1. Perform a Health and Safety Risk Assessment on a 4D BIM model set to a particular phase of construction.

2. Diagnose the severity level of discovered hazards and propose a mitigation.

3. Open discussion of unforeseen hazards and avoidable construction site accidents.

Body:

A staged (4D) BIM model gives us an opportunity to perform Health and Safety Risk Assessments with accurate and useful visualisations.

This workshop takes a BIM model set to a phase and uses it determine health and safety hazards, diagnose a severity level and propose a mitigation.
The phase in question will be a snapshot in time midway through the construction of a commercial building and feature construction machinery and workers.
Note: No BIM experience is required. This workshop is aimed just as much to people in the construction fields as well as architects & engineers.

The Diagnostic Tools we’ll be using is a collection of triangular Hazard Symbols, which show pictorial representations of the potential hazards e.g. Excavation, Working from Heights, Live Wires, Mobile Plant.

The first half of the workshop will be a search & discovery of potential hazards in the model, some of which will be deliberately planted, applying the appropriate Symbol then determining the ‘Severity’ level as represented by the colour of the symbol : Green=Low, Medium=Yellow, Red=High.

A brief explanation of what can be done to remove/minimise the hazard will be required. This is the ‘Proposed Mitigation’. For example, on the risk of ‘Noise from equipment’ the appropriate PM could be: “Use hearing protection.”
Hazard symbols can either be applied electronically via use of a suite of face based generic families (provided) OR via use of pre-printed stickers on A1 hard copies (provided). Again, no BIM experience is required.

The second half of this workshop will be an open discussion of our H&S Risk Assessment and delegates in the construction fields will be encouraged to share their experience on sites like the one we’ve just reviewed … and in particular to learn of any unforeseen hazards that were not ‘planted’ in the model.
The primary learning outcome of this session is to promote 4D BIM enabled Health and Safety not as a chore, or a checkbox to tick, but rather as a commitment to the safety of your team.

Bonus materials:
– You will be shown how to create a Hazard Register Schedule of your H&S Risk Assessment which can be placed at the front of the construction set of drawings (typically where the legends go).
– Your will be provided some guidance for writing on the site Hazard Board (from Worksafe NZ).
– You will receive a copy of the Hazard families (*.rfa files)
– …and of course, the stickers are yours to keep.

Note: New legislation in Australia and New Zealand means industry professionals can be found accountable for not acting on observed hazards.

Speakers:

Speaker

Joshua Lumley

Pedersen Read
BIM Specialist / API Developer

Registration Conditions

BILT ANZ 2022 (“Conference”) 24 – 26 November 2022 will be held at the RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast Australia.
The Organiser (“Organisers”) of the Conference is the Digital Built Environment Institute (Australia) Ltd (DBEI).
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Once registration is received, a confirmation email and tax invoice will be issued. Any accounts must be paid in full 30 days from the invoice date or 10 business days before the Conference start date, whichever comes first. The Organisers reserve the right, without notification, to cancel outstanding accounts any time after 45 days from date of the tax invoice being sent. If payment is not received prior to the conference, access will be granted only after full payment is made via credit card. Non-payment does not constitute cancellation.

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Cancellations

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Please note: A ‘no show’ to the Conference will still be considered as a cancellation and therefore the above terms apply.

In the unlikely event that DBEI is required to cancel or postpone the Conference for any reason (other than Force Majeure as noted below), DBEI will issue you a non-transferable credit note for the amount of the Fee, which may be redeemed against any appropriate future DBEI event for a period of 12 months from the date of issue.The Organisers hold no additional liability for travel costs, hotel costs, or any other cost, damage or expense whatsoever.


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