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  • MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG, NEW DELHI 110002

    Phone: + 91 11 23230131, 23233375, 23239402 Extn 4402; Fax: + 91 11 23235529

    DOCUMENT DESPATCH ADVICE

    TECHNICAL COMMITTEE:

    NATIONAL BUILDING CODE SECTIONAL COMMITTEE, CED 46 ADDRESSED TO: 1. All Members of Civil Engineering Division Council, CEDC 2. All Members of National Building Code Sectional Committee, CED 46 and its Panel for Constructional Practices and Safety, CED 46:P11 3. All other interests.

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Please find enclosed the following draft: Doc. No. Title

    CED 46 (8018)WC Draft National Building Code of India: Part 7 Construction Management, Practices and Safety [Third Revision of SP 7(Part 7)]

    Kindly examine the draft and forward your views stating any difficulties which you are likely to experience in

    your business or profession if this is finally adopted as part of the National Building Code of India. Last Date for comments: 15 September 2015 .

    Comments if any, may please be made in the format as attached, and mailed to the undersigned at the above address. You are requested to send your comments preferably through e-mail to sanjaypant@bis.org.in.

    In case no comments are received or comments received are of editorial nature, you may kindly permit us to

    presume your approval for the above document as finalized. However, in case of comments of technical nature are received then it may be finalized either in consultation with the Chairman, Sectional Committee or referred to the Sectional Committee for further necessary action if so desired by the Chairman, Sectional Committee.

    This document is also hosted on BIS website www.bis.org.in.

    Thanking you, Yours faithfully,

    Sd/- (B. K. Sinha) Head (Civil Engg) Encl: as above

    DRAFT IN WIDE CIRCULATION

    Reference Date

    CED 46/T-13 15 August 2015

  • FORMAT FOR SENDING COMMENTS ON THE DOCUMENT

    [Please use A4 size sheet of paper only and type within fields indicated. Comments on each clause/sub-clause/ table/figure, etc, be stated on a fresh row. Information/comments should include reasons for comments, technical references and suggestions for modified wordings of the clause. Comments through e-mail in MS WORD format to sanjaypant@bis.org.in shall be appreciated.]

    Doc. No.: CED 46(8018)WC BIS Letter Ref: CED 46/T-13 Dated: 15 August 2015 Title: Draft National Building Code of India: Part 7 Construction Management, Practices and Safety [Third Revision of SP 7(Part 7)] Name of the Commentator/ Organization: ______________________________________

    Clause No. with Para No. or Table No. or Figure No.

    commented (as applicable)

    Comments / Modified Wordings Justification of Proposed Change

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    Draft NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA

    PART 7 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, PRACTICES AND SAFETY

    [Third Revision of SP 7(Part 7)]

    BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS

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    C O N T E N T S

    FOREWORD

    1 SCOPE

    2 TERMINOLOGY 3 GENERAL

    SECTION 1 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

    4 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT

    5 HABITAT AND OTHER WELFARE REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKERS

    SECTION 2 CONSTRUCTIONALPLANNING AND PRACTICES

    6 PLANING ASPECTS

    7 MANAGEMENT DURING CONSTRUCTION PHASE 8 CONSTRUCTIONAL CONTROL AND PRACTICES 9 TEMPORARY WORKS 10 STORAGE, STACKING AND HANDLING PRACTICES

    SECTION 3 SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION

    11 SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION OF ELEMENTS OF A BUILDING

    12 SAFETY IN DEMOLITION OF BUILDINGS

    SECTION 4 REPAIRS, RETROFITTING AND STRENGTHENING OF BUILDINGS

    13 MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

    14 PREVENTION OF CRACKS

    15 REPAIRS AND SEISMIC STRENGTHENING OF BUILDINGS

    ANNEX A WORKMEN HABITAT INSPECTION REPORT ANNEX B CHECK LIST FOR STACKING AND STORAGE OF MATERIALS

    LIST OF STANDARDS

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    BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS

    DRAFT FOR COMMENTS ONLY

    (Not to be reproduced without the permission of BIS or used as a Part of National Building Code of India)

    Draft NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA

    PART 7 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, PRACTICES AND SAFETY

    [Third Revision of SP 7(Part 7)]

    ICS: 01.120; 91.040.01

    National Building Code Last Date for Comments: Sectional Committee, CED 46 15 September 2015

    National Building Code Sectional Committee, CED 46 FOREWORD This Part of the Code emphasizes the importance of carrying out all constructional operations in a well managed, safe and efficient manner. Workers in large number, both skilled and unskilled, are engaged in the innumerable construction works. Due to increased tempo of such a building activity and large scale mechanization, hazards of accidents could increase considerably. It is, therefore, imperative that adequate safety rules are laid down for every phase of construction work. This Part, therefore, deals in this aspect. Planning the various constructional operations before hand and making adequate arrangements for procurement and storage of materials, and the machinery to get work done is as important as carrying out these constructional operations in accordance with good practice. Lack of planning or defective planning may result in avoidable delay in the completion of work and consequently increased hazards from the point of view of fire, health and structural soundness. This Part, therefore, covers provisions in this regard. A construction project is an endeavour undertaken by a project team on behalf of owner/client to create a built facility suited to the defined functional objectives. From inception to commissioning, the project goes through various distinct stages leading to progressive achievement of project objectives. Each stage involves specific inputs, processes (both technical and managerial) and deliverables. Typically, the life cycle of a project from commencement to completion involves the following stages:

    a) Project formulation and appraisal inception, feasibility and strategic planning;

    b) Project development project brief development, planning and design, finalization of proposals, procurement strategy, construction documentation

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    including tender drawings, working drawings, specifications, cost estimates, bills of quantities, procurement documents;

    c) Planning for construction Sequencing of project components, planning tools, resource planning and time cost trade off

    d) Tender action open competitive bidding/pre-qualific