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Safety in Design and Construction: A Lifecycle Approach

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4/23/12 7:00 am to 4/26/12 EST
Harvard School of Public Health FXB Building
651 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA
United States
Contact: Peter Bretton
This program considers elimination of hazards to workers through the design, construction, and operation phases of a project and covers accepted strategies and best practices for developing programs that will lead to the implementation of improved safety initiatives in your organization.

Learning Objectives:

- Collaborate with other construction disciplines to identify safety requirements and eliminate hazards to workers and occupants

- Create innovative approaches, including technology and resource management, to minimize risks associated with construction and facility operations

- Apply strategies and best practices during each phase of construction

- Participate in constructability analyses to identify risks and challenges and develop strategies to ensure worker safety

- Develop programs that will lead to implementation of these concepts in your organization

- Evaluate the safety impacts of decisions made during each phase of a project



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