Guide to best practice for safer construction: Implementation kit

Fleming, T, Lingard, H and Wakefield, R 2007, Guide to best practice for safer construction: Implementation kit, CRC Construction Innovation, Brisbane, Australia.


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Title Guide to best practice for safer construction: Implementation kit
Author(s) Fleming, T
Lingard, H
Wakefield, R
Year 2007
Publisher CRC Construction Innovation
Place of publication Brisbane, Australia
Subjects Architecture Management
Structural Engineering
Civil Engineering not elsewhere classified
Summary The Guide to Best Practice for Safer Construction has been developed following a detailed review of practical Australian and international best practice initiatives. The Guide provides a framework to improve safety performance on construction projects and covers all stages of a project: planning, design, construction and post-construction. Its overarching objective is to reduce the number of accidents and deaths on construction sites and to improve the ability of the industry as a whole to deliver safer construction projects and healthier employees. The three primary stakeholder groups of the construction industry - clients, designers and constructors - have worked together to create a methodology which integrates occupational health and safety into strategic and operational decision-making at all stages of the project. The Guide is intended to be an aspirational document that leads discussion and industry change, as well as a practical tool which can be used across the industry, by clients, designers and constructors and by large firms and small and medium-sized enterprises.
ISBN 978-0-9803503-6-4
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