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RS ISO 2394: 2015
General principles on reliability for structures

Abstract

This International Standard constitutes a risk- and reliability-informed foundation for decision making
concerning design and assessment of structures both for the purpose of code making and in the context
of specific projects.
The principles presented in this International Standard cover the majority of buildings, infrastructure,
and civil engineering works, whatever the nature of their application and use or combination of the
materials used1). The application of this International Standard will require specific adaptation and
detailing in special cases where there are potentially extreme consequences of failure2).
This International Standard is intended to serve as a basis for those committees responsible for the task
of preparing international standards, national standards, or codes of practice in accordance with given
objectives and context in a particular country.
The present International Standard describes how the principles of risk and reliability can be utilized to
support decisions related to the design and assessment of structures and systems involving structures
over their service life. Three different but related levels of approach are facilitated, namely, a riskinformed, a reliability-based, and a semi-probabilistic approach.
The general principles are applicable to the design of complete structures (buildings, bridges, industrial
structures, etc.), the structural elements and joints making up the structures and the foundations. The
principles of this International Standard are also applicable to the successive stages in construction,
the handling of structural elements, their erection, and all work on-site, as well as the use of structures
during their design working life, including maintenance and rehabilitation, and decommissioning.
Risk and reliability are concepts accounting for and describing actions, structural response, durability,
life-cycle performance, consequences, design rules, workmanship, quality control procedures, and
national requirements, all of which are mutually dependent.
The application of this International Standard necessitates knowledge beyond what is contained in
the Clauses and the Annexes. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that this knowledge is available and applied.



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CodeClassificationThemePagesPublisherAvailability
RS ISO 2394: 2015ADOPTED ISO STANDARDSCivil engineering121Forth Edition
Nov 2021
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