Document Distribution Formats

Web Hosted Documents: Elements

Elements - Online Document Viewer Elements is Edocuments online document & data viewer, access your documents Using any internet connected computer, your email address and password.

Electronic & Digital Documents: CD / DVD or Email

Construction Documentation in Electronic Format document format is a multi-page PDF file format, with all associated documents referenced and linked. The format has been created to provide a replica of the paper documents in an easily accessed, stored, secure and standard format. When printed off the documents can be assembled into a paper copy manual.

Updating: Digital / Electronic Documents

The document can be updated using a PDF Editor such as Adobe Acrobat or Nitro PDF, however editing PDF documents is not recommended.

Hard Copy: Paper Format

Construction Documentation in Paper Format All document types can be Printed and bound into 4 ring presentation binders with bespoke covers and spines.

The distribution, storage and ongoing management of paper documents is both uneconomical and inefficient. Edocuments suggest you opt for your documents in Electronic Format.

Standard Document Types

Health and Safety Edocuments Standard Health & Safety File complies with:
  • CDM - Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007
  • Managing Health and Safety in Construction ACoP, HSC, (HSG224)
Building log book The Building Regulations require building log books!
  • Building Regulations Part L2
  • CIBSE TM 31 A Guide to Building Log Books
  • Action Energy Good Practice Guide - (GPG348)
Operating and Maintenance Manuals Edocuments Standard Operating and Maintenance Manuals complies with:
  • Application Guide 1/87.1 - Operating and Maintenance Manuals for building services installations - BSRIA
  • Electrical Maintenance - Institute of Electrical Engineers
  • Guide to Ownership, Operation and Maintenance of Building Services - CIBSE
Building User Guides User manuals are intended to provide the safe operation of small houses or flats, or standalone systems. They are often intended for non-trained personnel, who no little or nothing about the described systems.