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Construction Safety

Construction is one of the areas of employment where hazardous conditions are part of the everyday working environment. The construction industry is prone to many hazards and accident can happen if construction safety is ignored. Construction materials, tools, machinery and handling techniques all come with their own dangers. The main types of accidents which cause death or serious injury on construction sites include falls, incidents with site vehicles, collapsing materials and contact with overhead power lines.

  • Duration
    Half Day / 1 Day
  • Training Mode
    Online / Classroom
  • Learning Partner
  • Subject
    Construction Safety
  • Level
    Awarenes / Intermediate
  • Language
  • Prerequisites
  • Scope
    Awareness - Theory,
    Intermediate - Theory & Practicals


Construction safety is a must, yet it is frequently overlooked on construction sites. Construction workers have historically suffered more fatal & non-fatal injuries than those in other industries. Appropriate construction safety measures should be made to improve construction site safety in order to prevent limb and life loss, suffering, and damage from avoidable accidents. Most construction accidents are caused by a lack of sufficient education & construction safety training about safety measures, as well as negligence and ignorance on the side of either the worker or management, or both. Safety management in construction and a safety management system in the building are of utmost importance.

NIST has successfully delivered construction safety training to many clients such as Mahindra Lifespaces, Phoenix Mall and Bangalore Metro.

Learning Outcomes of Construction Safety training

By the end of this Construction safety training participants would be familiarized with:

  • Accidents in construction industry.
  • Statutory Regulations pertaining to Indian Construction industry.
  • Construction Safety Management.
  • Safety in Excavations and Trenching.
  • Safety in Work at Height.
  • Scaffolding Safety.
  • Electrical Safety.
  • Safety in Material Handling.
  • Safety in Welding & Gas Cutting.
  • Accident case studies at construction site.

Construction Site Safety Training would help participants understand following aspects of construction site safety:

  • Identify legal obligations in workplace health & safety,
  • Identify hazards in a construction site,
  • Understand the Permit-to-Work system,
  • Practice safety precautions when working with different hazards,
  • Competent in wearing Personal Protective equipment (PPE),
  • Respond in case of fire emergency,
  • Understand and respond to all industrial safety signs,
  • Working safely at height, in and around excavation, hot work,
  • Knowing the rights and responsibilities of workers.

The Construction Safety Training sessions would be as per International standard, using audio visual presentation and past case studies.

Who can take the Construction Safety training?

Construction workers or any other workers who need to enter a construction worksite can take this construction safety training.

Benefits of Construction Safety training

Adopting construction safety training enables businesses to maintain their competitiveness and effectiveness while the construction industry experiences significant change in the way that projects are completed and delivered. Enhancing workplace safety not only lowers hazards and dangers for workers but also improves output and quality of the work you are committed to do.

Construction safety has a significant positive effect on timely project completion, which is one of its many advantages for any business. Not just the tradespeople's ability to build things, but also their ability to operate safely on the workplace, is what determines whether a project will be finished on time. The painful effects of a project delay are avoided when construction safety procedures are developed and carefully enforced. Incidents that would endanger the health and safety of the personnel are also prevented through construction safety training.