Key Practices for Very Large Construction Project Safety for 2024

January 10, 2024 - Construction safety has been a challenge across industry sectors, project types, and geographies for as long as organized construction activity has existed. As we move into 2024 and beyond, it is worthwhile for organizations to consider the health and safety challenges that very large projects pose. This session will cover three aspects of the topic; from the challenges that very large projects pose; to the interplay of roles at the project, site and corporate levels; and the relationship between the human element and new technologies. Participants will explore the basic success factors for large construction projects, the common challenges faces on very large and “jumbo” projects, and will hear strategies to understand and control risks on these projects. The presentation will focus on the big picture for project success and will highlight several very pressing issues, including; special consideration for roles and communication on very large projects, how to deploy technology to streamline and bolster site safety, and the all-important human element for site safety. This session isn’t about one particular solution, technology, or approach; rather it is an exploration of key considerations relevant in 2024 to bring vital factors together and to appropriately consider the human element of project success.

January 10, 2024, 4:00 PM EST



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This suite of online, on-demand courses, incorporating content from SESHA “boot camp” courses, provides a comprehensive safety training foundation for all employees who work in a semiconductor fabrication setting.

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