The Hazard Mitigation and Resilience checklist for projects
The PRE-EMPT toolkit is a project focused tool that will help key decision makers in the UK to systematically embed hazard mitigation and resilience considerations into new and existing developments.
This non-commercial web-based tool, developed by Loughborough University, will guide you towards an appropriate approach to be taken for any project that is at risk of a range of hazards. By considering processes such as risk assessment and raising awareness of the implications of identified hazards, this web-based tool helps decision makers to take the first step towards choosing a project design and construction strategy.
This open access tool has been designed for a wide range of users (i.e. technical/project managers, risk assessors, designers, chief engineers) and in a way that recommendations can be produced within a short period of time and will deliver a project-specific 'Action Plan' for clients or other interested parties to demonstrate that hazard mitigation and risk management options have been considered on your project.
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