On the basis of discussing the significance and the conception of building safety economic theory, this paper studies the economic law of building safety, puts forward the conception and the composition of building safety cost, and advances the appraisal model for economic benefit of building safety and the way how to raise it.
The situation and existed problems of present architecture safe production are analyzed. The architecture safety supervision management mechanism should base on law and rules related with safe production under socialism market economy. By intensifying market guide, training and displaying activity of medium organization the new situation of the architecture safe production supervision management will be all - round started.
City public building security accident is especially important. It displays that the affected area and the influence is broadly and long, comprehensive multi- professions factors and so on, so it becomes an important basic research topic in the city security research.
Application systematization and normalization method to carry out the building subsidence observation management is of more advantage to analyze and research for the building subsidence process, and is a normalization method of the building security monitoring.
This article summed up the basic essentials of security monitoring, and designs a computer management model of building subsidence monitoring which providing matter for the standardization of building security monitoring.
Building safety culture at interfaces has been seen as a learning process that requires involvement and commitment between organizations.
This study examines the assumptions, practices, and criteria for assessing software development tools for building safety-critical real-time systems.
Typical public policy approach to building safety is the 'command-and-control' mechanism.
Shifting paradigms: from fostering equality to building safety nets.
In response to a mailed survey, 231 families rank the characteristics in the following order: quality of care, appearance, atmosphere, location, reputation, building safety, quality of food, cost, and activities.