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Ensuring Worker Safety at Construction Sites Using Geofence

International Journal of Civil Engineering
© 2024 by SSRG - IJCE Journal
Volume 11 Issue 3
Year of Publication : 2024
Authors : Balusamy Nachiappan, N. Rajkumar, C. Viji, A. Mohanraj
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Balusamy Nachiappan, N. Rajkumar, C. Viji, A. Mohanraj, "Ensuring Worker Safety at Construction Sites Using Geofence," SSRG International Journal of Civil Engineering, vol. 11,  no. 3, pp. 107-113, 2024. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/23488352/IJCE-V11I3P109

Abstract:

Worker protection is a vital problem in the primer of working sites, given the immoderate hazard of injuries and accidents. This summary delves into key factors of ensuring employee protection, collectively with implementing safety regulations, imparting private protective devices, and emphasizing schooling and cognizance packages. It moreover explores how eras, like drones and wearables, can beautify protection measures. The summary underscores the want for a holistic method of employee protection concerning cooperation amongst employers, employees, and regulatory bodies. The development organization has experienced a large international boom in brands new a long time. To make certain a manufacturing undertaking's achievement, the safety of every system and employee is paramount. Protection problems have to start at the layout diploma and keep via to the form's finishing touch and handover. The development enterprise employs professional and unskilled workers who are susceptible to injuries and fitness dangers at production sites. However, there is mostly a lack of coordination among contractors, clients, and employees in ensuring comfy portray conditions, in Indian manufacturing businesses. Irrespective of the presence of difficult artwork safety legal guidelines, the frequency of accidents at creation net sites remains excessive, indicating a loss of manipulation and commitment to employee fitness and protection. Worker protection is a paramount problem in the manufacturing internet site, given the dangerous nature of the rendering surroundings. This summary outlines key techniques and practices for ensuring the safety of employees in such settings. It discusses the significance of enforcing protection protocols, supplying the right schooling, wearing out ordinary inspections, and promoting a way of existence of protection among humans and management. Moreover, it highlights the placement of technology in enhancing protection measures alongside the usage of wearable devices and tracking systems. Ordinarily, the summary emphasizes the importance of proactive safety measures to save you from injuries and injuries in introductory workplaces.

Keywords:

Geofence, IoT, Construction, Worker safety, Civil Engineering.

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