•Learning Outcome 1: You will develop knowledge and understanding, the legal framework in which the built environment and in particular the construction industry operates and apply that knowledge through the use of case analysis.
•Learning Outcome 2: You will be able to evaluate - critically appraise arguments and evidence, be able to draw conclusions, justify a solution, and discriminate between differing solution
•Learning Outcome 3: You will analyse and synthesise - provide a critical review, be able to summarise an issue and a possible solution, organise, analyse and interpret data and draw out conclusions
During this unprecedented times of pandemic in the world and in particular to UK, Conference centres in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Harrogate and the University of West England (UWE) in Bristol have been earmarked as emergency hospital sites to help ease the pressure on the NHS. East London's ExCeL exhibition centre which normally plays host to lifestyle shows, expos and conferences, has been converted into a temporary NHS Nightingale hospital, with space for 4,000 beds and completed recently.
Q1. Discuss the importance and application of any four health and safety regulations that should have been considered during the construction of the Nightingale hospital.
Q2.Assuming a major injury has occurred during construction; discuss the reporting mechanism and the regulation related to it.
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