Join Jim Rogers for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Construction Management: Safety & Health.
- That wraps it up for this course. I really appreciate you taking the time to watch this course and to work on developing and improving your skills related to managing safety and health on the construction site. If you're interested in some of the technology that I featured here in this course, you may want to head over and watch my course on construction technology being applied in the field. Please remember that safety, quality and productivity are inextricably linked. If you ignore one or overemphasize one, the other elements will suffer.
Always work to find that proper balance and please include safety as an element during your planning and scheduling activities, not after. Thanks for watching my course, and I really hope to see you again in one of my construction management courses as you continue on your path to be a better construction management professional.
Throughout this course, Jim highlights some of the most notable safety and health hazards in the industry—including fall hazards, traffic accidents, and respiratory hazards—and shares strategies for integrating safety, quality, and productivity. He also explains how to leverage technological advancements such as digital drawings to help your team work safer and smarter.
- Recognizing health hazards in the industry
- Integrating safety, quality, and productivity
- Creating a culture of learning
- Recognizing leading indicators
- Using digital solutions to improve safety
- Using BIM to identify hazards early