Safety assessments are proactive approaches to construction safety used to check whether all the safety norms are followed and finding possible hazards at work before starting an activity. Assessments help in finding out the possible hazards that can delay the activity so that precautionary measures can be taken to avoid the risk of delay of an activity in construction safety. Safety assessment helps to arise out of the need to have a safer working environment.
The different assessments that take place in executing an activity of safety management in construction are:
- Construction area hazard in construction safely
- Job hazard of safety in construction
- Field level hazard of safety in construction site
A site engineer/site safety engineer completes the assessments before starting the work of safety management in a construction site.
Steps for Construction Safety Assessment Module's Process:
Here are some of the module processes in safety management in construction: the hazards that occur in the construction, possible hazards that occur before starting the job, possible hazards that occur damage and delays. It’s necessary to select the type of energy required for emergency control and conduct site audits to identify the impacts of hazards and take remedies, it’s important to create protocols to manage incidents and close hazards after corrective actions are taken so that the details of the hazards can be tracked and identified at IWP level.