Learn more about design for safety — including key concept/process, hazards, risks as well as mitigation strategies.

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Design for Safety is a little known consideration for most young architectural designers who are just starting out.

Building regulations now state that designers must be aware and document hazards, risks and proposed mitigation measures to ensure that all safety concerns have been addressed for the construction, occupancy, maintenance and demolishment of the building.

In this post, I will share how design for safety is done, key definitions and design considerations.

Note 1 : This posts serves as a guideline. It is based on building regulations from Singapore, so please consult your country’s building codes as well. …


Gabriel Chek

Making Architecture Accessible at ARCHLOGBOOK (archlogbook.co)

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