Designing for Health, Safety and Wellbeing
Designing for Health, Safety and Wellbeing: Benefits
Designing for Health, Safety and Wellbeing: Best Practice
Design Risk Management
CDM 2015: The Role of the Principal Designer
Development of Strategy and Plans
Designing for Health, Safety and Wellbeing Strategy
Developing a Strategy Implementation Plan
Knowledge and Innovation Workshops
Sharing Best Practice
A New Design Reality: BIM, VR and AR
"There are clear moral, legal and financial benefits to designing for health, safety and wellbeing."
Ian Davies has been responsible for the engineering design of hundreds of construction projects ranging in value from £50k to £50m and with a combined total of more than £1bn. He is part of the editorial team for a new guide to Design Risk Management to be published by the Association for Project Safety (APS).
He can help you, your teams and your engineers to manage design risk and create thoughtful, efficient and auditable designs that protect the health, safety and wellbeing of those that build, use and maintain them.
Ian has over 30 years of experience that includes:
· Designing projects as a Process Engineer
· Engineering Director for a Principal Designer
He is a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers and an associate of the Association of Project Safety.
Ian has excellent communication and coaching skills and works comfortably with both designers and directors. His logical and pragmatic approach means that he can develop and explain design and risk management processes that are rigorous, yet practical.
There are clear moral, legal and financial benefits to designing for health, safety and wellbeing. Ian can help you to understand and realise those benefits via a range of services and would be happy to tailor them to your specific needs.