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development of a building is relied upon to do and follow (Oladapo Adeyemi, 2017). 3. Integrity test The advantage of an integrity test will be that it will empower us to know what number of structures are on the edges of fall and what should be possible to relieve the impact and decrease losses and passing rate. 4. Certification The legislature should send all workers to specialized schools to take in the fundamentals of their exchange. From circuit tester, vulcanizers, bricklayer, tailors, and so on. Without that you
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Buildings Collapse 7 cannot rehearse as a craftsman in Lagos State (Simple Solutions to Building Collapse in Lagos State, 2016). In the event that, you are a craftsman and discovered at fault in a building breakdown occurrence, their certifications ought to be pulled back similarly as the NMA and NBA pulls back licenses of errant legal advisors and specialists. 5. Train the Trainer Aside from Artistes which requires formal preparing on building development, experts, for example, electrical engineers, civil engineers and so on should be retrained on the essentials and present-day techniques for building development since we are progressing in innovation step by step. It can be a day program or seven days' course contingent upon how the modules are masterminded. Conclusion Concluding my report, I want to say that there are many factors which causes a building to collapse such as poor construction, non-trained workers, bogus material, mistakes etc. These things can be taken care if we use good material for the construction, train our trainers, provide them certificates and passing laws.
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Buildings Collapse 8 References Ayedun, C. A., Durodola, O. D., & Akinjare, O. A. (2011). An empirical ascertainment of the causes of building failure and collapse in Nigeria. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 3(1), 313-322. Oladapo Adeyemi, G. (2017). Solution to buildings collapse. Guardian.ng. Retrieved 14 April 2018, from https://guardian.ng/opinion/solution-to-buildings-collapse/ Simple Solutions To Building Collapse In Lagos State. (2016). LinkdIn. Retrieved 14 April 2018, from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/simple-solutions-building-collapse-lagos-state- sikiru-aminu Why buildings collapse. (2017). Daily Monitor. Retrieved from http://www.monitor.co.ug/Magazines/HomesandProperty/-buildings-collapse-workers- money/689858-4133820-kmbtr/index.html
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