November 2001

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Making zero accidents an industry reality

During the last decade, the construction industry has become more enlightened about worker safety. On some projects, clients and contractors seriously adopted the belief that projects could be constru..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

During the last decade, the construction industry has become more enlightened about worker safety. On some projects, clients and contractors seriously adopted the belief that projects could be constructed without worker injuries. This change in philosophy resulted in significant improvements in safety performance, with some projects being constructed injury-free. While the successes on certain projects were impressive, the industry has not experienced the same degree of improvement in safety performance. When is the next big leap in safety performance to occur? Part of the failure of the industry to improve at the same rate as enjoyed by some projects is perhaps rooted in a fundamental lac

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