Outline for Development Wellbeing (DfCS) 2 to 4 Hour Course.

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As of now there are no prerequisites for development wellbeing in construction standards ... Development has one of the most elevated casualty rates of any industry segment ...
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Plan for Construction Safety (DfCS) 2 to 4 Hour Course

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WHAT IS DESIGNING FOR CONSTRUCTION SAFETY? The procedure of tending to development site security and wellbeing, and getting ready for future upkeep in the outline period of an undertaking.

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WHY IS IT NECESSARY? As of now there are no prerequisites for development security in building regulations IBC Chapter 33 Safeguards During Construction-Pedestrian Safety

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OSHA 1926-Engineering Controls 1926.452 Scaffolds 1926.502 Fall Protection Anchorages 1926.552 Hoists 1926.652 Excavations 1926.703 Shoring 1926.705 Lift Slabs

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Establish plan for wellbeing desires Include development and operation point of view Identify outline for security process and apparatuses Design Kickoff Internal Review External Review Issue for Construction Design Trade contractual worker inclusion QA/QC Cross-discipline audit Focused security survey Owner audit DfCS Process 1 - It\'s a Team Concept 1 Gambatese

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U.S. Development Accident Statistics 1 Nearly 200,000 genuine wounds and 1,226 passings every year 5.5% of workforce however 21.5% of fatalities Construction has one of the most astounding casualty rates of any industry segment 1 Bureau of Labor Statistics-2006

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CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENTS IN U.S. 1 Photos graciousness of Washington Group International

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CONSTRUCTION FATALITIES BY OCCUPATION 1 Total fatalities 1,226 Construction workers 360 Electricians 117 Carpenters 114 First Line bosses 113 Roofers 82 Painters and paper holders 54 Structural steel 36 1 BLS,2006

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MOST FREQUENTLY CITED/HIGHEST PENALTY OSHA VIOLATIONS IN CONSTRUCTION 1 Scaffolding 29 CFR 1926.451 Fall Protection 29 CFR 1926.501 Ladders 29 CFR 1926.1053 Excavations 29 CFR 1926.651 Aerial Lifts 29 CFR 1926.453 1 Most Frequently Cited Standards 2005 www.osha.gov

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Considering Safety During Design Offers the Most Payoff 1 High Conceptual Design Detailed Engineering Ability to Influence Safety Procurement Construction Start-up Low Project Schedule 1 Szymberski 1987

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DESIGN CAN INFLUENCE CONSTRUCTION SAFETY1 1,2 22% of 226 wounds that happened from 2000-2002 in Oregon, WA and CA connected to outline 42% of 224 fatalities in US between 1990-2003 connected to plan In Europe, a recent report reasoned that 60% of lethal mischances came about because of choices made before site work started 1 Behm, "Connecting Construction Fatalities to the Design for Construction Safety Concept", 2005 2 European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions

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What Types of Design Decisions? IBC section 704.11.1 requires that a parapet divider be no less than 30 crawls high OSHA 1926 Subpart M requires a 39-45 inch guardrail or other fall assurance If the outline proficient indicates a 39-45 creep high parapet divider, fall insurance would not be required

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DfCS Examples: Roofs Upper story windows and rooftop parapets Skylights

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COURSE OBJECTIVES To give configuration and development experts with aptitudes to distinguish development security dangers To give outline and development experts with abilities to dispose of or lessen the danger of a genuine damage in the configuration stage

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COURSE OBJECTIVES Safety Engineering-abilities to perceive perils and reveal "shrouded" dangers Design elements to wipe out or diminish the danger of a harm because of a risk OSHA assets for DfCS

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Crash Course in Safety Engineering Safety Engineering is a claim to fame inside the building field that arrangements with the ID and end of risks. Security Engineering cuts over all building disciplines: Civil, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, and additionally numerous branches of science.

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What is a Hazard? A HAZARD is the possibility to do mischief or harm RISK is a measure of the likelihood of a danger related episode happening and the seriousness of damage or harm

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Recognized Hazards Gravity-Falls from rise Falling items Slopes-Upset Rollover Unstable surfaces Water-Drowning

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Recognized Hazards Walking/working surfaces-stumbling, slipping Mechanical perils Rotation, response, shearing, vibration, squeeze focuses, hydrodynamics, pneumatics, ensnarement

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Recognized Hazards Stored vitality springs, pneumatics water power, capacitors Electrical-electrostatic, ebb and flow, voltage, sparkles, circular segments Chemical-destructive, burning, poisonous

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Recognized Hazards Biological-allergens, cancer-causing agents Radiant Energy-sound, atomic, X-beams, light, lasers

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Recognized Hazards-Sources ANSI Standards ANSI Z49.1 Safety in Welding and Cutting ANSI Z117.1 Safety Requirements for Confined Spaces ANSI D6.1 Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices ANSI 10.8 Safety Requirements for Scaffolding ANSI 14.2 Safety Requirements for Portable Ladders

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Recognized Hazards-Sources ANSI Standards ANSI Z93.1 Fire Hazards in Oxygen Enriched Atmospheres ANSI A14.4 Job Made Wooden Ladders ANSI A10.6-Safety Requirements for Demolition Operations ANSI A1264.1-Safety Requirements for Workplace Floor and Wall Openings, Stairs & Railing Systems

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Recognized Hazards-Sources ANSI Standards ANSI A10.13 Safety Requirements for Steel erection ANSI A145.1 Recommended Practice for Concrete Formwork ANSI Z244.1 Lockout/Tagout of Energy Sources

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Recognized Hazards-Sources ASTM Standards ASTM F802 Guide for Selection of Certain Walkway Surfaces When Considering Footwear Traffic ASTM 04.09 Wood Construction ASTM D4532 Respirable Dust in Workplace Atmospheres ASTM STP 1150 Fire Hazard and Fire Risk Assessment

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Recognized Hazards-Sources ASTM Standards ASTM O 4.07 Building Seals and Sealants

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Recognized Hazards-Sources NFPA Standards NFPA Volume 13, 53M Fire Hazards in Oxygen Enriched Atmospheres NFPA 654 Prevention of Fire and Dust Explosions in the Chemical, Dye, Pharmaceutical, and Plastics Industries NFPA 241 Safeguarding Construction, Alteration, and Demolition Operations

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Recognized Hazards-Sources Government Regulations OSHA 1926.550 Cranes and derricks OSHA 1926.251 Rigging Material for Material Handling OSHA 1926.452 Scaffolds OSHA 1926.800 Underground Construction OSHA 1926.52 Occupational Noise Exposure

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Recognized Hazards-Sources NFPA Standards NFPA 30 Flammable and Combustible Liquids NFPA 325M Fire Hazard Properties of Flammable Liquids, Gasses & Volatile Solids

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Recognized Hazards-Sources Government Regulations OSHA 1918.95 Longshoring Operations in the Vicinity of Repair and Maintenance Work OSHA 1926.1050-1053 Stairways and Ladders OSHA 1926.650 Excavations Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations

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Recognized Hazards-Sources Other Sources National Safety Council MSHA SAE NIOSH US Army Corps of Engineers ACI

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Recognized Hazards-Examples Fall Hazards 6 Feet or More 1 Photos politeness of Washington Group International Unprotected edges

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Recognized Hazards-Examples Confined Space

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Worker shocked when his drill rig got excessively near overhead electrical cables. Outline engineer determined groundwater checking wells were to be burrowed straightforwardly under electrical cables. Specialist could have determined wells be burrowed far from electrical cables and/or better educated the business of peril postured by wells\' vicinity to powerlines through the arrangements, details, and offer records. Perceived Hazards-Examples Power Lines

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Hidden Hazards-Examples Underground utilities Electrical wire covered in a divider Asbestos Rot/Decay of basic individuals Gas lines Any risk revealed amid undertaking execution

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Hidden Hazards-"Imagine a scenario in which" Analysis A "Consider the possibility that" investigation is an organized conceptualizing techniques for uncovering shrouded dangers Select the limits of the audit and amass an accomplished group Gather data video tapes of operation, configuration reports, upkeep methodology, and so on

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Hidden Hazards-"Consider the possibility that" Analysis "Consider the possibility that" Situation Questions Failure to take after strategies Procedures are taken after, however are off base Equipment disappointment Utility disappointment Weather Operator not prepared

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Hidden Hazards-"Imagine a scenario where" Analysis Example Highway Construction Project-What if specialists need to get to channels. Are channels a conceivable restricted space? Shouldn\'t something be said about the electrical cables? Will gear be working close electrical cables? Shouldn\'t something be said about specialist/open harm from car crashes? Do trucks have enough turning space? Is there signage/obstructions to re-direct walkers? Will development vehicles have enough shoulder space to stop on street What if specialist endeavors to physically get channel covers? Is it accurate to say that they are lightweight? Do they have handles?

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Hidden Hazards-Other Methods Fault Tree Analysis Design Check Lists Plan survey, if your premonition lets you know that something is risky, it likely is. Perused contextual investigations on development mishaps "Lethal Facts"

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Fatal Facts

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Fatal Facts

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Fatal Facts

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Fatal Facts

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Fatal Facts

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Design for Safety (DFS) Identify the hazard(s) Assess the Risk Propose outline elements to dispose of the danger or lessen it to a satisfactory level

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DFS-Risk Assessment Estimate Injury Severity Severe - Death or genuine incapacitating long haul damage, for example, removal or trance like state Serious - Permanent or nonreversible harm that extremely affect happiness regarding life and may require proceeded with treatment

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DFS-Risk Assessment Estimate Injury Severity Moderate - Permanent or reversible minor harm that does not fundamentally affect en

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