Design Risk Assessment (DRA)
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What is a "Design Risk Assessment (DRA)"?
Design Risk Assessment, Designer Risk Assessment or DRA as it is commonly abbreviated, is a term used for the information provided by the
The term DRA is not mentioned in the
Why "Designer Risk Assessments (DRA)" are prepared?
Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (
The above information to be provided by
It is now a well established practice to use Designer Risk Assessments (DRAs) to fulfil the above requirements. However, this information can also be included on drawings etc.
We (Safescope) act as
Residual Design Risk Assessment (DRAs) at post completion stage are essential to inform the
However, it is also a fact that there are no good examples or effective CPD training courses available to assist the designers in writing project specific and effective DRAs. The DRA template should include design, pre-construction, construction and post completion sections and ideally should be no more than two A4 pages for a medium size project (say up to £1m). Safescope have developed '
We hope that you found the information useful, however, we welcome any feedback or comments to improve the details or any other aspect of the Designer CDM Duties that will be useful to add to the above.