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  • CDM Regulations 2015 Explained
  • CDM Regulations 2015 Explained provides a straightforward, independent and authoritative assessment and analysis of the new 2015 CDM Regulations.  The individual roles of each party involved in a construction project are detailed in light of the latest updates to the Regulations.

    The book navigates through the radical changes from the previous CDM Regulations and includes helpful checklists to assist each of the duty holders to comply with their obligations and avoid the penalties of non-compliance. CDM Regulations 2015 Explained will be an invaluable source of information for those responsible for the procurement or management of construction projects or anyone wishing to master the latest developments in construction law and health and safety law.

    CDM Regulations 2015 Explained:

    • - offers clear, straightforward guidance to the new Regulations in an established format
    • - sets out a checklist for each duty holder to ensure quick and easy assimilation of its legal responsibilities
    • - provides step-by-step practical advice and guidance on each clause contained within the Regulations and insight as to how they are likely to affect professional and business interests
    • - assists duty holders in complying with their obligations and helps them to avoid the potential pitfalls, and associated penalties, of non-compliance
    • - includes a complete copy of the 2015 CDM Regulations
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  • Practical Guide to Using the CDM Regulations 2015: Teamwork not Paperwork
  • Although the CDM Regulations first came into effect in 1995, there is still widespread misunderstanding regarding how project teams should perform in order to satisfy their legal obligations.

    Addressing the latest revisions to the CDM Regulations, Practical Guide to Using the CDM Regulations 2015: Teamwork not Paperwork unpicks the common misunderstandings and provides clear examples of how the regulations can be applied to real-life cases.

    Practical Guide to Using the CDM Regulations 2015: Teamwork not Paperwork examines the key principles of delivering quality projects, safely and within reasonable financial limits, and how to apply these principles in practice. This succinct guide summarises the key features of the legislation and explains the best practice behaviours that will enable project teams to work more effectively, and at the same time satisfy the requirement of the law.

    Reflecting the new CDM 2015 Regulations, this edition:

    • - outlines Health and Safety legislation, culminating in the CDM Regulations, and demonstrates a management framework for managing risk with the intention of preventing death, injury and ill health in construction.
    • - provides an appreciation of legal requirements and best practice guidance to satisfy legal standards
    • - emphasises the importance of structured development of the team, establishing purpose and promoting a collaborative culture
    • - includes case studies demonstrating the application of the CDM 2015 Regulations to real-life projects
    • - demonstrates the fundamental management principles required to ensure quality service can meet the schedule, the budget and the legal requirements of a project.
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  • Practical Road Safety Auditing, Third edition
  • Practical Road Safety Auditing explores the systematic process for checking the safety of new and improved road schemes for the benefit of future road users.

    An effective Road Safety Audit ensures that all highways schemes operate as safely as is practicable by minimising the chance of future collisions and reducing the risk in their severity. The third edition of Practical Road Safety Auditing provides engineers with clear and comprehensive guidance regarding the new Certificate of Competency, launched by the Highways Agency as part of the new Safety Audit Standard in the Design Manual for Roads and Bridges.

    Not only will a successful Audit help road users such as pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists, bus users, equestrians and those with visual and mobility impairments, but an understanding and appreciation of an efficient Road Safety Audit will also improve design and evaluation processes for both new and existing road schemes across the world.

    This new edition shares the latest theory and practice from regions such as Europe, South East Asia, Australasia, the Middle East, Canada and the Americas, using real-life examples and case studies of successes and failures to enable the reader to apply best practice to their own road scheme.

    Practical Road Safety Auditing includes:

    ·         Up-to-date new research and control data from the industry to help readers carry out a successful Road Safety Audit

    ·         New Certificate of Competency requirements for engineers in the UK and a brief discussion of practice in other countries

    ·         Coverage of other types of design audits, including technical, cycle, pedestrian, mobility, Non-Motorised User Audit and Quality Audit

    ·         Current issues and legal implications of the Road Safety Audit process.

    Written by practising Road Safety Auditors, who between them have carried out over 2,000 Road Safety Audits, this book will teach, inform and guide all practitioners commissioning audits, those carrying them out, and those whose schemes are being audited.

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  • Earthworks: A guide, 2nd edition
  • Earthworks: a guide outlines the key principles and practicalities of earthworks for projects of all scales, for the construction of minor works through to major earth structures. It provides comprehensive coverage of the essential processes behind: classification of fills, excavation, fill material design, fill selection, fill compaction, and cutting and embankment stability, offering information on these critical topics to earthworks engineers. 

    Earthworks operations include the excavation, transport, placement and compaction of fill materials to construct earth structures, and is a significant element of almost all civil engineering projects.  A good understanding of earthworks design and construction enables the delivery of successful projects and avoidance of costly problems. 

    Earthworks: a guide:

    • - builds on the original work by Neil Trenter, and is revised and updated in line with current  standards and practice
    • - establishes the essential theoretical background to the compaction process
    • - explains design and construction control and monitoring procedures necessary for earthworks
    • - describes different approaches to the selection of engineering properties for designing earth structures
    • - includes a description of safety factors for slopes and embankments.

    Earthworks discusses the practical consequences of the choices made by engineers, it evaluates environmental, economic and ground risk management factors, and provides essential information and practical advice to those working in earthwork engineering today.

    Addressing the needs of all involved in earthworks, there are chapters dedicated to design, construction control and the essential processes behind fills and excavations .

    This guide is an invaluable and authoritative reference tool for geotechnical engineers, geology specialists and civil engineers working in earthworks.

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  • 1. Shear capacity of reinforced concrete corbels using mechanism analysis (492 Article downloads)
    Author(s): Keun-Hyeok Yang; Ashraf F. Ashour
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  • 2. Experiences of dry soil mixing in highly organic soils (395 Article downloads)
    Author(s): Martin J. Timoney; Bryan A. McCabe; Alan L. Bell
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  • 3. Management Decisions for Engineers (247 Chapter downloads)
    Author(s): James Parkin
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  • 4. Designers' Guide to Eurocode 3: Design of Steel Buildings (125 Chapter downloads)
    Author(s): L Gardner, D Nethercot
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  • 5. Soil stability and flow slides in unsaturated shallow slopes: can saturation events trigger liquefaction processes? (118 Article downloads)
    Author(s): G. BUSCARNERA; C. DI PRISCO
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  • 6. How Eurocode 7 has affected geotechnical design: a review (116 Article downloads)
    Author(s): Trevor L. L. Orr
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  • 7. Successful Professional Reviews for Civil Engineers (104 Chapter downloads)
    Author(s): H Macdonald Steels
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  • 8. Stiffness and damage in masonry bridges (102 Article downloads)
    Author(s): Bill Harvey
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  • 9. A Short Course in Soil and Rock Slope Engineering (97 Chapter downloads)
    Author(s): N. Simons
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  • 10. Designers Guide to Eurocode 4: Design of Composite Steel and Concrete Structures (96 Chapter downloads)
    Author(s): RP JOHNSON
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