Experience versus safety of construction workers and

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experience versus safety of construction workers and stated that experience increases safety precautions since older workers have better working knowledge than young workers and thus the length in the industry provided guideline on the safety precaution level the participant possesses. The general safety vision of the company needs to implement the connected plans and aims, and enforce them through the numerous rankings in the company (El-nagar 2015). The higher the rank in a company the more the decision making power where both high and low job control have been linked to non-physical work illnesses (Joensuu 2014) thereby the role is critical as different roles have different challenges and some may have more stressful situations than others. One’s behaviour may be a cause for stressful situations in that people who spend more time working than normal, may experience fatigue due to constantly undertaking numerous duties simultaneously (Arrman and Bjork 2017) thus instigating the measuring of preferred
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average working hours and the participant’s opinion on his/her duties through asking whether the participants experiences pressure on current role. Since workers are entrusted to ensure fruitful completion of construction projects, the pressure exerted on all construction employees is
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