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CENTRE FOR MODERN LANGUAGES & HUMAN SCIENCES UHL2332 ACADEMIC REPORT WRITING. Title: Safety at Site Construction Group Members: LOQMAN HAKIM BIN HASULBULLAH (AA09199) SITI NORASHIKIN BT YUSOFF (AA09185) MOHD. AIZAD BIN JOHARI (AA09197). INTRODUCTION.
UHL2332 ACADEMIC REPORT WRITING
Title: Safety at Site Construction
LOQMAN HAKIM BIN HASULBULLAH (AA09199)
SITI NORASHIKIN BT YUSOFF (AA09185)
MOHD. AIZAD BIN JOHARI (AA09197)
The Objectives of this research are:
The information used in this study is taken through the distribution of feedback questions from lecturers, staff and students at University Malaysia Pahang.
30 participants will be chosen randomly to answer 13 question.
After the analysis and interpretation of the data gathered, the percentage for the result will obtain.
The graph describe that the reasons of accidents on site is that the workers are short of safety.
The highest reasons are spent on working instruction 14 respondents.
The construction industry showed that the factors that influence the occurrence of accidents are generally similar in these countries Cattledge (1996), Kartam (2000), Siu (2003), Tam (2004), Angela and Ines (2005), Macedo and Silva (2005), Aksorn and Hadikusumo (2008).
The graph above shows the main cause of accidents in the field is that the employee is the lack of safety knowledge.
Majority of the respondents prefer to agree with this statement
These findings based on analysis of Tam (2004), that found that lack of training and poor safety awareness on the part of the project manager is the main cause of high accident rates
The graph illustrates the safety personnel must have substantial knowledge of construction technology. The respondents have agree with that statement is highest while the strongly disagree is lowest.
The finding is similar to the one found by Gervais (2003). In his study, Gervais found that the numbers of accidents occurring at construction site was related to several factors among which are lack of knowledge and experience of the workers on site.
From the graph analysis, the respondent have ever injured since they work in industry or company and they say ‘yes’ about five responder and say ‘no’ is about twenty five responder.
The finding is similar study of the safety of the journal Research by Michael McCann found that heavy equipment and truck-related deaths at work sites excavation. In addition research note of Kopl M. Halperin, Michael McCann finds that an evaluation of scaffold safety at construction sites.
From the data received, 30 people have been answering questions, 20 were male and 10 were from women. The research question is given at random among the UMP (university Malaysia Pahang) students.
The above graph shows the number of respondents who gave answers based on questions of safety and health training is effective for them.