Building safety case reports explained

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The requirement for principal accountable persons to prepare safety case reports under the BSA has now come into force. How can this best be done?

On 17 January, section 85 of the Building Safety Act 2022 (the Building Safety Act) came into force. This means that, by April, anyone who is a “principal accountable person” for an occupied higher-risk building (HRB) needs to be ready to submit a building safety case report to the Building Safety Regulator (BSR).

This article explores that requirement and considers the increasingly critical role that technology will play in managing building safety information.

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