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This event will officially launch PAS 1192-6, which is the latest BSI code of practice for collaborative sharing and use of structured Health and Safety information using BIM.
Delegates will hear from industry, practitioners, BSI and the Health & Safety Executive all about the practical uses of PAS 1192-6, how it works and how it integrates with other standards.
PAS 1192-6 is a BSI Publically Available Standard which aims to make organisations aware of good practice for collaborative sharing and use of structured Health and Safety information using BIM.
To date, BIM users have been slow to collaborate on sharing structured health and safety information across project and asset lifecycles. This PAS aims to remedy that by providing guidance on applying H&S information through BIM processes and applications.
It specifies requirements for the collaborative sharing of structured H&S information throughout the project and asset life-cycles, supporting the development of structured H&S information for all construction projects progressively from the outset.
It provides guidance on how H&S information is produced, flows and can be used throughout the project and asset lifecycle. While all H&S risk information can be included within an information model, this PAS requires the contextualization and filtering of hazards and risks to prioritize the elevated risks and aspects that are safety critical.
It also sets out a framework for the application of H&S information through BIM processes and applications, although the principles and requirements of this PAS can be applied equally to non-BIM projects.
It specifies how to use H&S information to:
To learn more, join us at the launch event on 17 April. Register for free today.
17:30 - Registration in Brasserie
18:00 - Welcome from the Chairman
Margaret Sackey, ICE Health & Safety Expert Panel
18:10 - Using BIM to improve Health & Safety Outcomes.
Gordon Crick, HM Inspector of Health and Safety, HSE
18:35 - Industry view of PAS 1192-6
Darren James, Managing Director, Infrastructure, Costain:
18:50 - The PAS development and its structure to fit UK construction projects.
Peter Nicholas, Associate Director, Arup
19:00 - Collaboration in Health & Safety and BIM Level 2
Nicholas Nisbet, Associate Director, Arup
19.10 - An architect's view of implementing PAS 1192-6
Bobby Chakravarthy, President, APS
19.20 - The Standards perspective - what is a PAS; how does it work; how the PAS integrates with other standards
BSI speaker (tbc)
Darren James is an Executive Board Director of Costain Group PLC and Managing Director of Infrastructure one of two operating Divisions in Costain. He is responsible for the delivery of services for customers such as the Highways England, Network Rail, Crossrail, London Underground and EdF. He started with Costain as an industrial placement student from the University of Surrey on the A55 Conwy Crossing.
Darren subsequently graduated with honours in Civil Engineering in 1990 and joined the Costain graduate development programme. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation, The Institute of Directors and the Institution of Civil Engineers. He also represents the industry on the Prince’s Trust Construction and Business Services Leadership Group championing the introduction of young people into the industry.
Darren is also a Non- Executive Director for the Port of London Authority who are responsible for the navigable extent of the River Thames.
Nick Nisbet is the joint technical author of PAS1192 part 6 along with Peter Nicholas. He leads AEC3 Ltd, and is active in the development of standards with buildingSMART, ISO, CEN and BSI drawing on 41 years experience of the development of BIM worldwide.
Margaret is the Senior Health and Safety Advisor for Transport for London. She's worked on numerous major projects, including the Stratford Station upgrade and is the currently Health and Safety Manager on the proposed TfL Silvertown Tunnel Project.
Bobby Chakravarthy is President of APS. He is a Designer, Partner and Head of Architecture at Arcus Consulting, a multidisciplinary design and construction services practice with six offices throughout the UK. He has 14 years' experience working as a Designer, Planning Supervisor, CDMC and now as a Principal Designer in a wide variety of sectors, but specialising principally in public sector and large scale residential property.
Bobby joined APS in 2007 and has served as NE Regional Deputy chair and Regional chair before becoming a Director in 2013 and thereafter President Elect in 2014. He has served APS as member of Governance and disciplinary committee. He is also represents APS membership on the Health in Construction Leadership Group, the CIC Health and Safety Group, the CIC Council and the HSE BIM 4 Health and Safety Task Group. He is also a co-founder of dotbe.