New tool will help civil engineers meet CDM requirements to design for safety

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Manu, P.; Mahdjoubi, L.; Alistair, G.; Michael, B.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: ICE Publishing

A new tool is being developed to help civil engineers and other construction professionals improve their capability to design for safety under the Construction (Design and Management)Regulations. Patrick Manu and Lamine Mahdjoubi of the University of the West of England... View more
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    For further information please contact: Patrick Manu Tel: +44 11 7328 7306 Email: patrick.manu@uwe.ac.uk

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