HSE co-operated with the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) and others on a series of research projects to identify and analyse the health and safety good practice and lessons learned from the London 2012 construction project. The research was conducted as part of the ODA's Learning Legacy programme.
Complementing the research reports is a report providing an overview of health and safety on the London 2012 construction programme:
- Delivering health and safety on the development of the London 2012 Olympic Park and Athletes' Village.
|Learning Legacy research reports|
|Leadership and worker involvement on the Olympic Park||Full report on leadership and worker involvement|
|Occupational health provision on the Olympic Park and Athletes' Village||Full report on leadership and worker involvement|
|London 2012: The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 - Dutyholder roles and impact||Full report The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 – duty holder roles and impact|
|Safety culture on the Olympic Park||Full report on Safety culture on the Olympic Park|
|Pre-conditioning for success||Full report on preconditioning for success|
|Talk the talk - walk the walk: An evaluation of Olympic Park safety initiatives and communication (published by IOSH with HSE contribution)||Full report on Communication and action for a safer London 2012|
|Supply chain management for health and safety (fully funded by IOSH)||Full report on supply chain management for health and safetyto follow|
|Additional research reports|
|Identification of safety good practice in the construction and deconstruction of temporary demountable structures||Full report on temporary structures|
|Literature review on health and safety risks associated with major sporting events to inform the planning and management of risks for the 2012 Games||Full report on Literature review on health and safety risks associated with major sporting events to inform the planning and management of risks for the 2012 Games|