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Created On: 10 January 2013 09:57 AM
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 10 January 2013 09:57 AM
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JakeRoll

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What is the best way to ensure the safety of the building?
Even in building construction, what are the things to do to avoid dangers?

Is there any programs that can equip employees to be on guard and be safety anytime and anywhere?

Thank you all.
 10 January 2013 07:58 PM
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normcall

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Hill Street Blues - 'take care out there'

Sorry but I'm old school and look after myself as I'm the only one who cares enough.

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 11 January 2013 07:17 AM
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JakeRoll

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Do you have in mind norman?
Thanks for the time to check and replied to this thread.
 12 January 2013 09:00 AM
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JakeRoll

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During my research I just saw this site : acm.ca
It's about Safety for engineering companies and operating?
Risk Assessment and more..
Am i right? What do you think?
 14 January 2013 10:23 AM
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burn

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The best way to make building design, installation and maintainance safer is to make think for themselves. I believe this is what normcall means.
The worst thing you can do is give people a generic document to complete. They will just tick all the boxes without reading it.

Think about the design, can it actually be built this way without putting anyone in unecessary danger? Can it be maintained safely?
If your are building it, what is the safest way and is this how the designer intended?
The same goes for maintainence.

The website is a good source of guidance, including a number of booklets and leaflets which are free to download.

burn

 14 January 2013 05:10 PM
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PADAVIES

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The IET publishes a number of health and safety briefings on the website that cover many aspects of safe working. The briefings include links to further information on the topics. The briefings can be found at www.theiet.org/factfiles/health/index.cfm.
regards,
Paul

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 15 January 2013 08:17 AM
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JakeRoll

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hi burn, thanks for the time viewing the site. I just need to have other ideas about that kind of site - safety Engineering becuase I do have my feasibility study to conduct..

PADAvies, any idea about that? I just saw what you have posted. It helps.. THANK YOU!
 16 January 2013 09:02 AM
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JakeRoll

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Anybody there willing to help?
Thank you..
 01 April 2013 02:46 PM
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TonyTickle

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JakeRoll,

Have you tried The American Society of Safety Engineers? You will find some useful information on their website - @ ass.org
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