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Using BIM to Enhance Construction Safety and Health - CIB Webinar

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. A BIM is a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life cycle.

The growing implementation of BIM has brought many benefits to building design and construction planning, and has been found potential tool for promoting safety throughout a building’s life cycle. The webinar highlights innovative applications of BIM in design, planning and on the construction site in support of Construction Safety and Health.

When

May 7, 2014
13:00 PM CET
07:00 in New York, USA and 19:00 in Singapore

For free attendance of this event please register here.

Topic 1 - BIM and Design for Lifecycle Safety

The need for designing for safety is being recognized by a growing number of governmental agencies, owners, constructors, engineers, and architects. Design for Safety or Construction Hazard Prevention through Design demands workers safety in construction, operation and maintenance, and decommissioning being considered and addressed through design. The challenge is that the lifecycle phases involve various parameters of which some are difficult to codify for
designers. For example, the temporary systems and processes for an evolving structure during construction are different from the aspects of operating or maintaining a completed structure. Thus, the design process involves different sets of rules and various stakeholders’ input for each lifecycle phase, which will
require different types of BIM support tools to support the design process. We will provide an overview of
perspectives of designers and constructors and examine the differences and key parameters of
potential BIM tools.

Topic 2 - BIM promoting construction site safety - Industry examples

The most obvious benefit from using BIM in general, and for safety as well, is the visual nature of three-dimensional plans, which facilitates the identification of the hazards,
various discussions and communication to employees, as well as provides totally new possibilities for proactive planning of safety.
4D construction planning is a growing trend, and a breakthrough, making it possible to plan and visualize site status at various moments of time including the needed temporary safety equipment. BIM-based safety planning is not common at field yet. Examples show BIM-based 3D site layout and safety plans, fall protection plans, 4D construction work order planning and visualizations including safety, and use of BIM for site communication.

Topic 3 – BIM in support of Determining Productivity and Safety Index

Productivity has been accorded top priority in the current growth strategy for Singapore's economy. However, the construction industry in Singapore, as in most other countries, is well known for not being able to keep pace with the technological advancements. One of the major causes of this inefficiency can be attributed to the productivity lost from workplace incidents. The importance of safety for highe productivity becomes evident. The current national focus on productivity and safety enhancement, as well as
information and communications technology (ICT) applications at the highest levels provides the opportunity to investigate the potential which an understanding of the relationship between the two project performance criteria offers for enhancing productivity and safety performance on construction projects. As the application of BIM becomes a compulsory requirement in Singapore construction, its potential should be maximised. It is pertinent to consider how Building Information Modelling (BIM) can provide the platform for integrating the performance criteria on a construction project.

CIB Innovation Webinars

This Webinar on Using BIM to Enhance Construction Safety and Health, is part of a series of CIB Pilot Innovation Webinars that take place in May - June 2014.

Provisional or Final Programmes of these Webinars, free downloadable Innovation Report and possibilities for free Registration for forthcoming webinars plus the Innovation Videos and the integral Webinar Recordings from past webinars can be accessed: http://www.cibworld.nl/site/innovation.html

For further details and downloadable reports visit the website of the Innovation Webinar.

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