Website For Construction Safety
This website by the BAR Bygge & Anlæg (Sectoral Working Environment Council on Building and Construction) aims to raise awareness and knowledge about safety ...
Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health
The Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health (eLCOSH.org) was developed to provide accurate, user-friendly information about safety and health for construction workers, employers, researchers and others worldwide.
Healthy Workplaces for all Ages
Throughout Europe, the proportion of older people in the population is growing, people have to work longer, and the average age of workers is increasing.
Since the 1980s, the BG BAU is supporting the interplant training centres ...
The Construction Safety Training System (CSTS) is a CD-ROM-based course developed by the Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) that uses interactive multimedia including full-motion video and sound.
When crane inspection or maintenance is skipped or isn’t thorough, critical parts can fail, with devastating effects. A video by WorkSafeBC
This manual is a work of reference for the working environment in the building and construction industry. The manual provides guidelines on good working environment practice and on how the rules of the Working Environment Act can be followed within …
The project should help to reduce the risk of serious occupational accidents on Danish workplaces by developing a method which ensures that the security at the workplace will be a part of management's daily decisions.
In the scope of the European Week 2006 „Building in safety” the Napo film show how it is going on at building sites and how can it made better and safer.
OiRA – Online interactive Risk Assessment – is a web platform that enables the creation of sectoral risk assessment tools in any language in an easy and standardised way.
The programme started in 2001 and was continued in following years. The Construction Safety Partnership consists of training programmes: Safety Training (for construction workers), Safety Representative Training (for safety officers and safety …
The simulation centre, believed to be the first of its kind in the United Kingdom is run by ACT-United Kingdom. It features a state-of-the-art computer-generated simulation to create a virtual construction site, which allows construction managers to …
A video produced by the British Safety Council shows a young construction apprentice working on a new block of flats who talks about workplace risks and how learning new skills includes doing the job safely.
This publication is intended to provide a resource for residential home builders and construction contractors, subcontractors, and supervisors to prevent these kinds of injuries.
This website provides information and training on hand saftey, using hand tools and gloves. Hand injuries including cuts, strained muscles and tendons, damaged nerves, skin disorders, and burns can impact the quality of work, productivity – and even …
This website provides information, resources and links to other websites related to this topic or promoting CPWR projects and campaigns.
CPWR has developed a dynamic interactive worker training program to prepare skilled construction workers to use their skills in support of disaster response efforts.
The goal of this national campaign is to prevent fatal falls from roofs, ladders, and scaffolds by encouraging residential construction contractors to: • PLAN ahead to get the job done safely.
Workers may be exposed to dangerous levels of silica dust when cutting, drilling, grinding, or otherwise disturbing materials that contain silica. These materials and tasks are common on construction and oil and gas jobs.
A selection of videos about work-related dangers and risks in construction and landscaping. The construction safety videos are available in English and Spanish, the landscaping safety videos are available as images and text in addition.
Every year in the U.S. more than 800 construction workers die and nearly 137,000 are seriously injured while on the job. Construction workers engage in many activities that may expose them to serious hazards, such as falling from rooftops, unguarded …
Falls can be prevented and lives can be saved through three simple steps: • Plan • Provide • Train This website is part of OSHA's nationwide outreach campaign to raise awareness among workers and employers about the hazards of falls from ladders, …
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