AChap17-Superintendents

AChap17-Superintendents - Chapter 16: Safety & Middle...

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Chapter 16: Worker turnover affects job-site safety. Superintendents who are able to transfer more of their workers with them from project to project have a considerable advantage in maintaining a safer project.
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Figure 16.1 Number of Project Workers Who Worked For The Superintendent On Other Projects (Source: Hinze 1976) 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 50% and over under 50% Frequency of Medical Case Injur (per 200,000 hours) Bay Study Gulf Study
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(Every Project will have some unfamiliar Workers) You can’t really transfer ALL workers from project to project with a given superintendent. The superintendent therefore, must get involved with new hires.
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Figure 16.2 Extent of Superintendent Involvement With New Workers (Source: Hinze 1976; Hinze 1978) 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Personally Involved Not Very Involved Frequency of Medical Case Injur (per 200,000 hours) Bay Study Gulf Study
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