Structural Safety: Learning Lessons from Structural Failures
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Structural Safety: Learning Lessons from Structural Failures

13/11/2019
When: Wednesday 13th November 2019
08:00
Where: Online
United Kingdom
Presenter: Paul McNulty - Structural Safety
Contact: Training & Events Team
01604 404121

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Structural-Safety: Learning Lessons from Structural Failures

This FREE webinar from Structural-Safety will discuss the importance of learning lessons from structural failures and why these lessons must be re-learned by each generation to prevent similar occurrences happening again.

Examples of major safety incidents, such as the collapse of a steel frame building in London and the collapse of a masonry wall at a school in Edinburgh will be discussed.

Structural-Safety operate CROSS (Confidential Reporting on Structural Safety), a confidential reporting scheme for safety matters concerned with the design, construction and use of structures. The presentation will discuss the benefits of this scheme and will include examples of how CROSS reports are used by Structural-Safety to influence change in the industry.

This talk is a great opportunity for Building Engineers to reflect on how robust their organisations are at preventing structural failures.

Paul McNulty - Senior Engineer, Structural-Safety

Paul is a Senior Engineer at Structural-Safety, the organisation which encompasses SCOSS (Standing Committee on Structural Safety) and CROSS (Confidential Reporting on Structural Safety). He has extensive design and assessment experience in structural engineering, including completing a PhD on an innovative arch bridge design and working in consultancy as a Structural Engineer in both the offshore oil and gas industry and the onshore buildings industry.

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