Centre for Work Health and Safety Investigates BIM Benefits

The NSW Centre for Work Health and Safety has partnered with Torrens and Western Sydney Universities to better understand the use of building information modelling (BIM) for workplace health and safety (WHS) management.

The study focused on identifying barriers and enablers to include WHS considerations and used international caste studies from the UK and Singapore.

Centre Director, Skye Buatava said the research compared the use of BIM against accredited WHS Management Systems, which are the current standard for major construction projects.

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