Safe Practices at Construction Sites

The author of this blog is Uday, a trained and certified home inspector working at HomeInspeKtor. You can get in touch with him here.

India is becoming increasingly noticed in the international arena for its infrastructure development. The country’s inherent infrastructure deficit, coupled with growth-oriented measures by the Government and increased private capital expenditure, is driving the spurt in activity in the construction sector. Amidst all this growth, safety in the construction sites remains a big concern.

Safety of individuals on-site is of the utmost priority. We recommend following the guidelines below when visiting a construction site whether you might be a home buyer, contractor, home inspector, construction worker or any other individual.

  • If you are visiting a construction site, always accompany the site in-charge or the person who is familiar with the site.
  • Always wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) like helmets, shoes, goggles, gloves, vest etc. as prescribed by the safety officials.
  • Always follow safety signs & procedures; when in doubt, please contact the authorised personnel.
  • Never take infants or kids to a construction site.
  • If you are going to restricted places like the terrace or basement or a place that is less inhabited, always inform any official or colleague about the same.
  • Don’t touch anything that looks strange or out of place and don’t lean on any object/structure. 
  • Even with PPE, be wary while moving around the building/structure since you can’t predict what can fall on you.
  • Walk very carefully on wet or slippery surfaces especially while taking stairways without rails.
  • If an emergency situation occurs, don’t panic. Just follow the guidelines prescribed by safety officials.

    When in a construction site, it is the duty of every individual to follow the prescribed guidelines and regulations to be accident free. Please make sure you follow the guidelines above, next time you are at a construction site.



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