The seismic events that affected Central Italy have brought to the attention the theme of temporary shoring which, in general, is studied by the scientific community and not only, especially in terms of correct design and execution of the works and, marginally, in terms of maintenance interventions. The study of the state of the art highlighted the absence of structured research on techniques and methodologies for the safe removal of temporary shoring, a point that, in the opinion of the authors, is of great interest. This is because their removal determines significant impacts in the reconstruction site, both in terms of organization and management, as well as the safety of the operators, as well as in economic terms. Therefore, this article intends to illustrate a research in progress concerning the definition of strategies and best practices for the safe removal of temporary shoring. The research carried out to date has concerned the study of the state of the art, the elaboration of the synthesis and the definition of a tool for risk assessment. Instead, the construction site protocol and the methodology validation in case studies are in progress.
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