TITLE

Human Performance Tools Used as Incident Prevention Applied to a Construction Phase of a Nuclear Power Plant Mochovce

AUTHOR(S)
Rolinec, Marek; Balog, Karol
PUB. DATE
June 2019
SOURCE
Research Papers Faculty of Materials Science & Technology Slovak;Jun2019, Vol. 27 Issue 44, p87
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In order to manage the Construction Safety in a professional and due manner, it is of the key importance to have in place an Occupational Health and Safety Management System, consisting, similarly as a house project, of correct foundations as preparation, planning, procurement, properly set up rules and contractual relations, especially if a site of approx. 5,000 daily manpower is of a concern. Pillars of safe construction follow, i.e. education and training, inspections, communication and, last but not least, human behaviour. The purpose of the following article is to introduce the Human Behaviour Improvement Tools applied in the NPP Mochovce, completion process of Units 3&4, focusing on the implementation and the observance of the OH&S rules.
ACCESSION #
138520599

 

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