Construction Impact Risk Assessment (CIRA) PDF
Before a construction project takes place, a CIRA must be completed and approved by Health System Facilities, Epidemiology and EH&S. Construction Project Managers are responsible for developing the scope of construction for renovation projects, managing projects and ensuring they are performed in compliance with applicable codes and regulations.
Interim Life Safety Measures (ILSM)
ILSMs are implemented to compensate for significant deficiencies and hazards that may be a result of ongoing construction activities. The Health System Facilities Department, in collaboration with The Office of Environmental Health & Safety, determines the need for and duration of ILSMs.. The need is based in large part on specific criteria, which are presented in Policy HS 8405 Interim Life Safety Measures (PDF). The need for ILSMs is considered when a project impacts or requires any of the following life safety conditions or measures:
Contractor’s Handbook (PDF)
The handbook summarizes safety procedures and other pertinent information that will be useful to the contractor performing work at UCLA Health. The contractor and its subcontractors are responsible for this information and it represents the expectation of the Hospital Administration and UCLA Capital Projects. This information is provided as supplementary to the project plans and specifications.