Building Structural safety


Construction safety begins with the most basic of the understanding of hazards and risks and covers up to the most advanced form of safety implementation at site as the hazards, risks and consequences (incidents/accidents) are measurable at the time of activity.

Construction safety is probably the most sought-after subject across the globe lead by OSHA standards of trainings, supervision and auditing.

The most important areas of focus during the training, policy formulation, auditing/risk assessment and supervision at site during construction are as follows:

  1. Scaffolding
  2. Fall protection (scope, application, definitions)
  3. Excavations (general requirements)
  4. Ladders
  5. Head protection
  6. Excavations (requirements for protective systems)
  7. Hazard communication
  8. Fall protection (training requirements)
  9. Construction (general safety and health provisions)
  10. Electrical (wiring methods, design and protection)