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Guidance - archived

Core Guidance - Planning for a Resilient Healthcare Estate (HBN 00-07 ARCHIVED)

Published on 01 October 2014

From: Health Facilities Scotland

(Archived) Planning for a resilient healthcare estate.



HBN 00-07 Oct 2014 Health Building Note (HBN) 00-07 provides guidance for NHS-funded providers on designing and planning for a resilient healthcare estate. It aims to help NHS-funded providers to determine appropriate levels of resilience for sites, buildings and installations against a wide range of emergencies, hazards and threats and their impacts and consequences including resilience to the impacts of climate change. This document focuses on:

  • the strategic approach to resilience planning for healthcare estates;
  • procuring resilient healthcare estates;
  • design and planning considerations for a resilient healthcare estate;
  • resilience of building services engineering.

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