UrbiCAD Health and Safety SMART Solution CAD
From the CAD application which forms part of UrbiCAD Health and Safety SMART Solution it is possible to draw up all the plans necessary to develop the graphics and diagrams for better definition and understanding of the preventative measures defined in the Safety Report, with indication of the technical specifications necessary.
Using the different tools included in the CAD application, it is possible to formalise all the Plans defined below (these plans obviously vary in accordance with the type of work: building work, civil works, etc):
Residential building, industrial building and tertiary building: A wide variety of tools have been included for the implementation of the different plans for building work, collective protection, auxiliary means, machinery and equipment, signage, etc.
All of these are for the purposes of prevention during the different stages of the construction process, such as safety rails, canopies, nets, elevation machinery, work equipment, etc.
Rehabilitation, conservation, maintenance and demolition: The different tools included in the application will also allow you to draw up plans for repair, conservation, maintenance and demolition work, such as seat harnesses, descent equipment, rescue tripods, anti-fall devices and systems, auxiliary means, etc.
Civil works: A wide range of tools has been included in order to implement safety in the different types of civil work (town planning, conduits, bridges, underground work, highways, railways, purifying plants, desalination plants, maritime work).
This includes vertical and horizontal signage for highways, maritime work, railways and air travel, provisional traffic diversions, material storage, workshops and warehouses, shoring and centering. It also allows the positioning of work equipment and machinery, the establishment of routes, work spaces, etc.
Below is a list of plans in which the corresponding graphics and diagrams are developed using the CAD application which forms part of UrbiCAD Health and Safety SMART Solution.
1. Location Plan
This plan is normally provided by the architect or engineer responsible for the "Work Project". The aim is to locate the site within the surrounding buildings.
It is not necessary to indicate any safety elements on the plan, unless it is to be subsequently used for the laying out of evacuation routes for accident victims.
The following should be indicated in detail:
The measures to be followed in order to protect public services and/or town planning in the area, such as changes to the layout of electrical grids, telephone networks, traffic signs, traffic lights, etc, shall also be indicated. Likewise, there shall be indication of the protection to be used for trees, bushes and any other urban element.
These plans must also show the areas for the elimination and storage of waste, the storage of hazardous materials, and the location of elevation and fixed machinery.
Those areas which, given their characteristics, may have particular hazards: flooding, collapse, fire, gas leak, explosion, etc, must be indicated in a separate plan.
2. Plan(s) of general organisation of work.
This should indicate the situation of the following elements:
3. Plans of the different stages of work.
At least the following site plans should be drawn up:
1) Excavation area and discharge from the site.
With indication of the following elements:
2) Horizontal section plans.
There shall be one for each different floor and phase, indicating:
3) Roof plan.
One for each different roof, indicating:
4. Section plan and/or elevation plan of the work.
At least a section plan or elevation plan of the building must be drawn up, showing in detail:
5. Location of work involving particular hazards
The plans should show the points and areas where work involving particular hazards is taking place.
6. Standard diagram of the provisional electrical installation on the site.
The plan should be kept with the diagrams corresponding to the electrical installation on the site:
7. Layout plans.
The layout plans for at least the following safety elements must be drawn up:
In general, it is necessary to draw up and include layout plans for all collective protections, scaffoldings, etc, as necessary from the point of view of safety.
8. Distribution plan and location of safety elements for subsequent maintenance of the construction.
The plans should envisage and indicate all the elements established in the project for the conservation of the building and for its maintenance and repair over its lifetime, such as safety cables and their anchoring points, access points for monitoring and control, areas set aside for changing rooms and lavatories, location of fire extinguishers, safety signs, protection fencing, safety rails, scaffolding, use of nets, location of points for rubble chutes, etc.
9. Detail plan.
This shall include details of the protection means and auxiliary means, machinery and other elements as required:
It is necessary to also include detail plans for site equipment and machinery obstructions, with electrical layouts and grids, safety distances, protection distances, transit passages, provisional lighting, intersections with sewer facilities, drinking water installations, pipelines, gas lines, etc.
Tools included in the application
It is possible to carry out multiple functions using the different tools: these include:
The CAD application can be accessed in two ways:
1º. The project assistant, which will guide you with regards to the type of work, the plans necessary to define the applicable safety and, in turn, the elements to be represented for each particular plan, as shown in the image: Once a plan has been selected and the suggestions proposed have been read, a toolbar will open up, allowing us to sequentially implement the proposed safety elements in the plan.
2º. By navigating directly around the explorer tree structure of the application or using the drop-down menus, which give access to the different tools (i.e. directly accessing the element to be placed).
Project Management module
This allows us to manage and administer the different Safety Plans developed with the application for each project.
Here we can keep a project log of developments, but with the particularity that when we select a specific project, we have a list of .DWG files associated to it, and, most importantly: for each DWG file we immediately know the plans of the project.
In other words, the aim is to obtain instant information on any plan of any project, since this will be quickly displayed on screen when accessing.
This is an ideal, quick, straightforward and efficient way of controlling all the documentation of the plans related to health and safety of all the projects developed, even when they are stored on network paths.
Once the collective protections (nets, canopies, safety rails, etc), hygienic services (changing rooms, dining room, lavatories), specific individual protection equipment (lifelines, anti-fall devices, descent equipment, etc), site fencing, etc, have been implemented in the different plans, we can carry out the automatic measurement of these items.
s established in the Technical Guide, we can automatically and directly obtain all the layout plans for the anchorings of these safety and protection elements:
However, apart from the layout plan with its respective levels (which are simultaneously positioned with the graphic representation of the element), it allows the obtaining of tacheometry reports on paper (tacheometry book), or can even generate an electronic file of layout data through a complete new generation station.
Automation in the inclusion of individual protection equipment
In order to graphically represent on the plans the vertical and horizontal lines, anti-fall systems and devices, seat harnesses, etc.
Automation in the positioning of collective protection
From the different orders included in this CAD application, the positioning of all types of collective protection is automated in any of the views (elevation, horizontal section and/or profile), such as canopies, safety rails (over 15 different types), vertical safety nets, horizontal safety nets, fencing, site accesses, canopies, horizontal and/or vertical shaft protection, metal meshes, etc.
This always includes the most advanced models and the latest innovations in the catalogues as presented by manufacturers.
The collective protections are always positioned automatically at the perimeter, designating the required points, and with the possibility of being able to select simultaneous delimitation of the layout of the anchorings.
Automation in the positioning of auxiliary means
As above, the positioning of hundreds of auxiliary means is automated: European scaffolding, hanging scaffolding, suspended scaffolding, counterweight scaffolding, mobile scaffolding, tower scaffolding, ladders, shoring, studs, centerings, formwork, travelling formwork, etc.
Machinery and equipment
Including all the machinery both for building work and civil work (bridges, tunnels, railways, maritime work, etc), thus including machinery for elevation, earth movement, compacting and asphalting, public work, etc. A total of 500 machines and work equipment, fully prepared for positioning.
Workshops, warehouses, storage, etc.
Allows the location of spaces for the organisation on site of workshops and warehouses, such as workshops for steel fixing, formwork, palletised material storage, bulk material storage, etc.
Includes a variety of horizontal and vertical signs, along with provisional paintwork for public works, provisional traffic diversions, etc.
Allows the automated positioning of fencing, accesses to the site, lighting, provisional facilities, hygiene services, etc, totalling over 1000 orders which facilitate the implementation in the plans of collective protections, machinery and equipment, auxiliary means, etc, whilst including, logically, over 400 Health and Safety details, duly structured by subject.
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