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BS 12999:2015 Damage management. Code of practice for the organization and management of the stabilization, mitigation and restoration of properties, contents, facilities and assets following incident damage

BS 12999:2015

Damage management. Code of practice for the organization and management of the stabilization, mitigation and restoration of properties, contents, facilities and assets following incident damage

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Standard number:BS 12999:2015
Pages:40
Released:2015-11-30
ISBN:978 0 580 85622 8
Status:Standard
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BS 12999:2015


This standard BS 12999:2015 Damage management. Code of practice for the organization and management of the stabilization, mitigation and restoration of properties, contents, facilities and assets following incident damage is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 13.200 Accident and disaster control
  • 03.100.01 Company organization and management in general

This British Standard gives recommendations for the organization and management of assessment, stabilization, mitigation and restoration of properties, contents, facilities and assets following incident damage.

This standard is intended to provide recommendations to individual damage management practitioners and organizations involved in carrying out damage management. It is applicable to domestic, commercial and public buildings.

NOTE This standard might be of interest to property owners, their insurers and their respective agents; risk and business continuity managers and other interested parties identified in 0.1.