DNA – Drop Nothing at All

Project DNA (Drop Nothing at All) is the holistic approach to preventing things falling on this project. It is predominately lead using technology to create a culture that they will not accept anything falling.

DNA includes 35,712 individual nuts, washers, bolts, and brackets that could be dropped and planning how not to drop them through each strategy using BIM. They also challenged manufactures to design parts with DNA in mind.

They now have bolts unable to fall and cogs that tethers could be added to. The initial results in Q3 and Q4 of 2020 were a total of 5 reported incidents in relation to falls of materials. In the first two quarters of 2021 there have been zero reported incidents.

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