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Construction health and safety in coastal and maritime engineering

Best practice information on safe working practices in the coastal and maritime engineering sector

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Construction health and safety in coastal and maritime engineering

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Construction health and safety in coastal and maritime engineering

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Best practice information on safe working practices in the coastal and maritime engineering sector has been assembled through examination of HSE statistical data and through detailed discussions with clients, consultants, contractors and suppliers, examining current operational procedures, accident records and perceptions of risk. This document incorporates lessons learnt from previous experience in the coastal and maritime construction sectors, and contains guidance and recommendations for all stakeholders involved in the safety of construction work in the coastal and maritime environment.

Published 1 April 2005