BREEAM Compliance in Commercial Kitchens

Project Management

Standard Document #P09

BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology) is the world’s longest established method of assessing, rating, and certifying the sustainability of buildings. More than 250,000 buildings have been BREEAM certified and over a million are registered for certification – many in the UK and others in more than 50 countries around the world.

Published February 2016 / Re-branded June 2020

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Standard Document P9 - BREEAM Compliance in Commercial Kitchens

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Risk Assessment Delivery and Installation

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Standard Document #P02

This document covers key risks that may be encountered when delivering and installing commercial catering equipment and should be read in conjunction with the Standard Document #P01: Method statement for delivery and installation of commercial catering equipment.

Published January 2018 / Re-branded June 2020

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Standard Document P2 - Risk Assessment: Delivery and Installation

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Commissioning Sheet

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Standard Document #P10

Equipment Commissioning Sheet

Published February 2016 / Re-branded June 2020

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Standard Document P10 - Commissioning Sheet

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Pre-Installation Site Survey Checklist

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Standard Document #P06

This document is part of a suite of documents developed to provide members with standards that members are encouraged to adopt with the ultimate objective for them to become industry standards.

Published August 2019 / Re-branded June 2020

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Standard Document P6 - Pre-Installation Site Survey Checklist

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Interface Between Fire Fighting Systems and Other Systems in Commercial Kitchens

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Standard Document #P11

Suppliers of catering equipment are often required to provide fire protection systems and regularly have problems in ensuring that connections are made between the controls of the fire protection system and other systems, such as fire alarms, building management systems, kitchen extract fans and fuel supplies (which often need to be shut down in the event of a fire).

Published April 2018 / Re-branded June 2020

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Standard Document P11 - Interface between fire fighting systems and other systems in commercial kitchens

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Project Handover Certificate

Project Management

Standard Document #P08

This document should be read in conjunction with the following Standard Documents:

Standard Document #P04 Defects List

Standard Document #P07 Project Warranty Schedule

Published March 2017 / Re-branded June 2020

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Standard Document P8 - Project Handover Certificate

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Project Warranty Schedule

Project Management

Standard Document #P07

This document should be used in conjunction with the following Standard Document:

Standard Document #P08: Project Handover Certificate

Published March 2017 / Re-branded June 2020

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Standard Document P7 - Project Warranty Schedule

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Guidance on the use of Risk Assessments

Project Management

Standard Document #P05

ceda has prepared two standard documents for risk assessments for both Project design and Reactive breakdown, service and maintenance calls by service engineers.

Published December 2017 / Re-branded June 2020

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Standard Document P5 - Guidance on the use of Risk Assessments

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Defects List

Project Management

Standard Document #P04

This document should be used in conjunction with the following Standard Document:

Standard Document #P08: Project Handover Certificate

Published March 2017 / Re-branded June 2020

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Standard Document P4 - Defects List

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Design Risk Assessment

Project Management

Standard Document #P03

All Risk Assessments issued by ceda as standard documents are not intended to provide a “one size fits all” solution but should be used as a template and the hazards and control measures indicated are just examples and should be considered as to whether they are appropriate to the specific case that the member is working on.

Published January 2018 / Re-branded June 2020

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Standard Document P3- Design Risk Assessment

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