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802 Fixing brackets for glazing systems

A reporter's organisation has been alerted to several cases of broken glass panels in a canopy at a transportation facility.

741 Dangerous glass infill panels on balustrade

A reporter expressed their concern about the structural stability of cantilever glass infill panels between a steel post and hand rail balustrade system at a high-level apartment block.

Current matters
under consideration


  • Quality of construction
  • Fire in buildings
  • Quality of supervision on site
  • Use of Resident Engineers
  • Robustness
  • Weather damage to buildings

Reports on these subjects are sought, as well as on any other concerns.

Recent Publications

January 2019          CROSS Newsletter No. 53

November 2018      SCOSS Alert - Effects of Scale


CROSS (Confidential Reporting on Structural Safety)

CROSS depends on individuals and firms participating by sending reports of their experiences and concerns on structural safety in confidence to CROSS.

Reports submitted to CROSS are completely confidential and neither personal details nor information that could be used to identify a project or product are seen by anyone other than the Designated Persons as detailed on our People page.

Visit our Confidential Reporting page to find out more about our scheme or if you have an experience that could be useful to others, please contribute by submitting a report.




Recent Publications from CROSS International Partners

Recent publications from CROSS International partners include:

December 2018      CROSS-AUS Newsletter No. 1


Call for Information on Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC)

SCOSS are working with the Local Government Association (LGA) in response to a recent failure of Reinforced Aerated Autoclaved Concrete (RAAC) roof slabs.

The LGA have contacted their members to draw their attention to the failure and to suggest steps that they should take as a responsible body.

SCOSS would welcome information from anyone who has experienced a similar failure or has knowledge of RAAC. They can be contacted on scoss@structural-safety.org.

SCOSS are planning to publish more information on this topic in due course.


Weather Damage Reports

Severe weather events have caused extensive damage and disruption to infrastructure and buildings with serious consequences for many.

Creating a record of damage to buildings and structures has the support of MHCLG (Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government) and other government agencies in the UK to help formulate long term strategies for the Building Regulations.

The CROSS system will be used for collecting and processing information on weather damage. Visit our What To Report page for more information or submit a report on weather damage.

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