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The objective of RT-190 was to determine the role and influence that owners have in the area of construction safety. The research focused on the owner@s involvement in safety management as demonstrated through the selection of safe contractors, inclusion of safety requirements...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-190 2/7/2016 6:13:44 AM
RT-317@defined the term @operational excellence@ for construction project safety as @doing the right thing, the right way, every time @ even when no one is watching.@ Using that guiding philosophy, the team reviewed existing literature@and met with subject matter experts, both...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-317 2/7/2016 6:18:49 AM
RT-13 captures research published in 1991 by CII Safety Task Force 85-13 and includes two significant bodies of work:Research that discusses the influence general contractors have on subcontractor safety performance.@This work is supported by research presented for both small ...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-013 2/7/2016 6:09:04 AM
RT-256 was formed to study the following essential question: @What is the relationship between the leadership behaviors of site leadership personnel and project safety performance?@ To do this, the team collected data from 31 CII member-company projects regarding leaders@ valu...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-256 2/7/2016 6:16:42 AM
This study, sponsored by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), was designed to provide answers to two questions by comparing the performance of owner and contractor-submitted capital projects that used one of two project delivery methods: design-build (DB)...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Procurement-Contracts/topics/BMM2002-10 7/24/2016 10:58:46 PM
Many firms with world-class safety records have been frustrated by the inability to make step-change improvements in safety.@Traditional monitoring of lagging indicators of safety performance has not achieved the desired step-change of improvement of construction safety.@Many ...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-284 5/4/2016 2:06:13 PM
This study assessed the impact, in a large project setting, of the Five High-Impact Zero Accident Techniques identified in the 1993 Zero Injury Techniques CII Study. Ten key topic areas were identified that contribute to improved safety performance. The five from the 1993 stud...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-160 2/7/2016 6:12:48 AM
This research is very relevant to the construction industry safety programming. In fact the methodology to develop a near miss reporting program can be applied to any industry that is interested in improved safety performance.@This topic covered leadership commitment, employee...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-301 4/25/2016 3:58:29 PM
RT-32 was formed to continue research into the area of worker safety. Specifically, it sought to show owners and contractors how to achieve zero accidents on construction projects, and to convince management of the value of an effective safety program by identifying techniques...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-032 2/7/2016 6:18:53 AM
The focus of a target safety program can vary. They can be focused on preventing causes of injuries, such as struck-by injuries or trench cave-in accidents. Others might be focused on preventing injuries to the back, eyes, hands, or feet. Clearly, the focus can be quite divers...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-216 2/7/2016 6:15:14 AM
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