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IT based approaches for integrating construction safety regulations with construction planning

conference contribution
posted on 2003-01-01, 00:00 authored by S Pun, Chunlu LiuChunlu Liu
The concept of a construction accident is extending from the traditional construction operation accident to contain all non-construction operation accidents in personnel's safety and health, global and local environment, and the insufficient facility planning for security and emergency. Construction accidents may cause human, social and sustainable tragedies directly, and indirectly delay construction progresses and adversely affect the reputation of construction industry. In order to reduce all possible construction accidents, lots of non-construction operation regulations are constituted according to the authoritative regulations and previous construction experiences. However, these non-construction operation regulations are not integrated with the construction production or process planning. This may cause that some of these non-construction operation regulations ,are disregarded in the practical construction progress. The aim of this research is to explore the possibility, methodology and techniques in practice in order to identify and specify the non-construction operation regulations for every individual construction production and process. Therefore, the construction planning does not only represent the time and resources of each construction product or process, but also its non-construction operation regulations. The main outcomes of this research are a systematic identification of non-construction operation regulations, and the potential techniques for integrating them with the construction planning.


Title of proceedings

Proceedings of CRICM 2003 International Research Symposium on Advancement of Constuction Management and Real Estate


International Research Symposium on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate (2003 : Macau, China)


229 - 239


Chinese Research Institute of Construction Management


Macau, China

Place of publication

Hong Kong, China

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Publication classification

E1 Full written paper - refereed


C Feng, M Yam, E Chan, W Lu