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Safety Measures in Construction Site

Constructions sites are the place where risks are inevitable. The workers on the job site are exposed to various dangerous situations. Even a single miss of safety term can cause severe injuries, sometimes death. 519 more words


The duties and responsibilities of civil engineers

The main objective of civil engineers is to plan, design, build, operate and maintain roads, bridges, dams, water supply schemes, sewerage systems, transportation, harbors, canals, dockyards, airports, railways, factories and large buildings. 325 more words


"15-Ton Concrete Slab Crushes Construction Worker in Austin Texas" #Construction #Fatality

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Even though emergency crews tried to remove a construction worker who was pinned underneath a concrete slab in southeast Austin, the man was pronounced dead about 45 minutes after the slab fell. 532 more words


Student Highlight: Patrick True

Patrick True, MSc, SMS, RSM, RSO, served in the Army for over 13 years with seven of those years as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician/Team Leader prior to becoming a student with the… 229 more words


Putting Your Workers' Best Foot Forward

Selecting the best footwear isn’t just about price or comfort. The average person walks about 5,000 steps a day, which equates to 73,000 miles by the age of 80. 1,086 more words

Tips for construction management safety

Source: Tips for construction management safety | Construction and AEC Project management software Raptorpm

Construction safety is serious business with legal and employee welfare implications. During the course of construction management, companies must ensure they take care of their workers. 628 more words

General Interests

Oregon hired a company to paint the Ross Island Bridge without knowing its safety record. Then a worker fell.

The Oregon Department of Transportation’s method for vetting contractors leaves the state open to hiring companies with troubling safety records, a review by The Oregonian/OregonLive has found. 22 more words

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