Be it a regular or big-ticket project, every project in the construction or engineering industry involves a high level of risk. Management can minimize risks and prevent accidents from taking place before the project takes off. However, there needs to be a fail-proof safety plan in place.
Why is project safety planning important?
To borrow the words of American polymath Benjamin Franklin, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” A lot of things can go wrong when you don’t have a formal and binding safety plan. Your workplace becomes more conducive to work when you make sure your facilities and systems all contribute to the safety of your workers. And when your workers are fully protected from hazards, they can focus on completing the project.
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