How Indura PMP Enhances Compliance with the Building Safety Act 2022

How Indura PMP Enhances Compliance with the Building Safety Act 2022

The construction industry faces growing scrutiny to meet stringent safety and quality standards, particularly in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Keeping up with these regulations demands meticulous documentation, rigorous risk management, and continuous monitoring of safety protocols. Without effective management, these requirements can lead to administrative burdens, legal liabilities, and higher operational costs.

That’s where Indura Project Management Portal (PMP) comes in. Indura PMP is designed to help you navigate these challenges, providing comprehensive tools to manage building projects and more while ensuring compliance with the Building Safety Act 2022 at every stage. 

Let’s dive further into how Indura PMP can help your business save time, and money, and facilitate compliance when it comes to your projects. 

Centralised Document Management and Storage

Efficient and Accessible Document Storage

For any large project, we understand that managing and storing documents can be a huge headache. Indura PMP offers a centralised platform for all your project documents, making access and retrieval a breeze. It comes with built-in templates that follow the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) stages and customisable filing structures, so your team can keep everything organised. Plus, it ensures you’re compliant with the Act’s requirements for thorough record-keeping.

Compliance with Golden Thread Principles

As a key part of the Building Safety Act, the Golden Threat initiative focuses on the keeping of accurate, up-to-date records to ensure safety and accountability throughout a building’s lifecycle. Indura PMP makes this easy by meticulously tracking and archiving all project documents, discussions, and changes, creating a continuous and auditable trail of information. By following these Golden Thread principles, you get the transparency and accountability emphasised by the Act, future-proofing your business and giving you more time to concentrate on your projects.

Streamlined Change Requests and Information Management

Online Change Requests/Requests for Information (CRs/RFIs)

With Indura PMP, you can easily prepare, issue, monitor, and manage all CRs and RFIs in one convenient portal. The Act requires thorough documentation and approval for any changes that impact building safety. Indura PMP makes this process seamless by allowing your team to raise CRs and RFIs online. The system automatically sends them to the right people for discussion and approval, ensuring all changes are handled transparently and efficiently, with clear documentation of every discussion and decision.

Automated Approval Workflows

Changes to building safety protocols must undergo a rigorous approval process to comply with regulations. To help with this, Indura PMP provides an automatic workflow for the approval, rejection, and completion of CRs and RFIs so you can easily keep track of all safety-related changes, making sure they have been reviewed and approved by the appropriate personnel.

Comprehensive Archival and Search Capabilities

Full Archive Capability

The Building Safety Act requires that all safety-related documents and communications be archived for future reference. Indura PMP’s archival system takes care of this by preserving all document uploads, discussion threads, and change decisions, linking them to the relevant documents. This means you can easily retrieve any project-related communications and decisions when needed, ensuring you stay compliant.

Powerful Search Function

Have you ever found yourself endlessly scrolling through files to find what you need? With Indura PMP’s powerful search feature, you can quickly and efficiently locate critical information by searching specific words. This capability ensures that safety-related details are never overlooked, supporting thorough documentation and record-keeping.

Real-Time Reporting and Accountability

Real-Time Reporting

Stay up-to-date with all your projects’ progress using Indura PMP’s real-time reporting. You can easily check on documents awaited and the status of change requests right from the portal’s database. This feature helps you manage projects proactively and ensures compliance with the Act’s requirements for ongoing monitoring and reporting of safety-related issues.

Total Control and Accountability

Indura PMP gives you total control and accountability at every stage of your project. It tracks all discussions, decisions, and actions, ensuring everything is documented and easily retrievable. This transparency is key to complying with the Building Safety Act, giving you peace of mind that all regulatory requirements are met.

Pre- and Post-Contract Access

Controlled Access Based on Project Stages

Throughout the project stages, Indura PMP lets you manage controlled access to the system, documents, and discussions. This means you can grant access to contractors and subcontractors as needed, ensuring that only authorised individuals can view or modify project information. This helps keep you compliant with the Act’s confidentiality and integrity requirements.

By providing a centralised platform for document management, streamlined change request processes, comprehensive archival and search capabilities, real-time reporting, and controlled access, Indura PMP ensures that your projects adhere to the highest safety standards and regulatory requirements, allowing your team to embrace efficiency and transparency. 

Did you know Indura PMP is an adaptable tool for various industries and can be used by anyone needing a robust project management solution? To learn more about how Indura PMP can help you save time and money, get in touch with our team today. Read more on Indura PMP here


The construction industry faces growing scrutiny to meet stringent safety and quality standards, particularly in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Keeping up with these regulations demands meticulous documentation, rigorous risk management, and continuous monitoring of safety protocols. Without effective management, these requirements can lead to administrative burdens, legal liabilities, and higher operational costs.

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