A further aspect is that of performance. International research indicates that optimum construction H&S provides the catalyst for improving overall performance on construction sites - cost, environmental, productivity, quality, time, and client, designer, and worker satisfaction included.
Furthermore, the International Labour Office (ILO) specifically states that designers should:
• receive training in construction H&S;
• integrate the H&S of construction workers into the design and planning process;
• not include anything in a design which would necessitate the use of dangerous structural or other procedures or hazardous materials, which could be avoided by design modifications or by substitute materials, and
• consider the H&S of workers during subsequent maintenance.
For more information on this seminar, and details on the modules that will be presented, please refer to: DfCHS Seminar Flyer Version 210218.pdf
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