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Save extra with 2 Offers. Sharma, Vinit Kumar Book Summary: Construction sector is one of the major industries in India employing about 35 million people. The construction actiivities range from construction of rural houses to multi-storied framed structures, from village roads to express highways, docks and harbours to air ports, thermal power house to major hydro-electric power projects, bridges to metro rail projects etc.
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The construction industry has been recognised as one of the most hazardous industries. Projects in the construction sector are reputed for poor health and safety records when compared to other similar industries. Although there is an improvement on the health and safety performance in industry, the injury rate of the industry is still one of the highest when compared to other industries. Beside causing human tragedy and economic losses, health and safety management practices also effect the productivity and reputation of the construction industry. Risk and hazards arising due to poor health and safety management practices which result in injuries and fatalities in few cases. The aim of this study is to explore the perceptions of health and safety personnel regarding health and safety management practices on the construction sites. Eighteen semi-structured interviews were conducted in this study to explore the views about health and safety on the construction projects in Pakistan.
Construction-related ill health, including respiratory conditions, hand—arm vibration syndrome, musculoskeletal disorders and stress-related issues, has enormous personal and financial cost. Following research on major construction projects, a range of interventions are proposed in this paper, illustrated by examples from the Thames Tideway Tunnel project in London, UK. A consistent approach to occupational health management and health surveillance is needed across construction, with a commitment to better training and improved portability of occupational health data. Major projects are critical to raising health management standards, but good practices need to be universally adopted in small- to medium-sized enterprises to achieve lasting improvement. Sorry, your subscription does not provide access to this content. Please check you are logged in if you have a subscription.
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Skip to content Ontario. Construction projects should be safe workplaces. Workers, supervisors and employers are all responsible for safety. Preventing Infectious Diseases on Construction Sites. Emergency Response Planning on Construction Projects. Traffic Control During Road Construction. Health and Safety Contact Centre.
Construction site safety is an aspect of construction -related activities concerned with protecting construction site workers and others from death, injury, disease or other health-related risks. Construction is an often hazardous, predominantly land-based activity where site workers may be exposed to various risks. Site risks can include working at height, moving machinery vehicles, cranes, etc and materials, power tools and electrical equipment, hazardous substances, plus the effects of excessive noise, dust and vibration. The leading causes of construction site fatalities are falls, electrocutions , crush injuries, and caught-between injuries. According to the International Labour Organization , construction has a disproportionately high rate of recorded accidents.
Risk management is a work process included recognizing, identifying, and assessing risk hazards. This program is one of the components that illustrates the fundamental of occupational health and safety in a company. The purpose was to identify the category of each risks and find the most accurate way to control.
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PDF | Due to the high number of accidents that occur in construction and the consequences this has for workers, organizations, society and.Reply
PDF | Socially aware construction clients increasingly expect safety management systems to be implemented in the projects they procure.Reply
The owner or client of the construction project has the upper hand in determining the standard of OSH implementation in their project through contract documents.Reply