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BG024 / 150910 / 003

DESIGN & ENGINEERING PROCEDURE

1. OBJECTIVE
To ensure that design activities are effectively controlled and delivered, and meeting customer and
legal requirements, in particular those of the CDM Regulations 2007 and the HSE’s Approved
Code of Practice L144.
2. APPLICABILITY
This procedure applies to all design activities.
3. RESPONSIBILITIES
The design process is made up of our internal engineering specialists, who are responsible for
overseeing the design engineering function. They will provide calculations (upon request) to
support design load capacity. Our design staff are responsible for undertaking the design.
4. DOCUMENT CONTROLS
• Label all design documents with the following information:
• Document type
• Document number
• Issue number
• Sheet number and number of sheets
• Originator’s name, signature, date
• Approver’s name, signature, date
• Copyright information, i.e. © company name, year of publication
• Store master copy, marked ‘MASTER COPY’ in master file held with the design team
• Mark ‘SUPERSEDED DO NOT USE’ if superseded by a new issue document as part of the
process
• Issue copies either as:
o CONTROLLED COPY (recording whom issued to, issued by, issue date in
document control records, together with document time, document number and
issue number), or
o UNCONTROLLED COPY (marked with a warning that it is for reference use only
and not for manufacture)
• When a document is superseded, issue new controlled copy, where appropriate, to existing
controlled copy document holders and update document control records
5. QUERIES
Any queries regarding the design and engineering procedure should be referred to the design
team.

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BG024 / 011008 / 002

DESIGN & ENGINEERING PROCEDURE

6. THE PROCESS

DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

DESIGN PROCESS

NO
Is Design Required?

YES

Pre-contract design work, verification and END PROCESS


reviews

NO
Contract Awarded?

YES

Post-Contract design work, verification and


reviews (involving Brogan Group/ customer/
sub-contractors) in accordance with:
• Client (contract) requirements
• Legal requirements
• Manufacturer’s recommendations, where
appropriate

DESIGN OUTPUTS:
e.g. drawings*, sketches, reports, bills of
materials, specifications, data sheets,
codes of practice, standards, calculations,
working notes, build manuals etc.

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BG024 / 011008 / 002

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DESIGN/ DRAWING CHANGE & CONCESSIONS

DESIGN CHANGE PROCESS

NO
Is Design Required?

YES

Request change/ concession using written


confirmation to relevant parties END PROCESS

7. SCAFFOLDS THAT MAY REQUIRE A DESIGN:


• Footbridge/ ramp spanning over 6m
• Bridges/ramp for vehicles
• Line crossings
• Temporary Buildings
• Loading bays to carry over 1 tonne
• Scaffold used by general public
• Any loading bays not from ground
• Truss out with over 2 Knm2 load
• Any support scaffold
• Slung with load over 0.75Knm2
• Protection fan over 2.4 span
• Mobiles with over 1 lift decked
• Sheeted scaffold over 25m high
• Fully or partly clad screens
• Birdcage scaffolds with loading greater than 0.75 KNm2
• All birdcages where max height exceeds min base dimension
• All types of shores
• Any scaffold with beam work
• Any Scaffolds over 50m high

THIS LIST IS NOT EXHAUSTIVE - IF IN DOUBT CONSULT A DESIGN ENGINEER


8. APPENDICES
• BG082 – Design Matrix

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