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Volume 174, 20183rd Scientific Conference Environmental Challenges in Civil Engineering (ECCE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Innovative Construction Technologies and Exploitation of Buildings and Structures (Including Industrial, Hydrotechnical, Communal, Transportation and Geotechnical), BIM in Civil Engineering, Legal and Organizational Issues of Preparation and Implementation of Construction Projects|
|Published online||26 June 2018|
Analysis of the dependence between the number of accidents at workplaces that involve scaffolding and changes in work efficiency
Deparment of Construction Technology and Management, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, 50-370 Wroclaw, Poland
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The purpose of the article is to present the occupational characteristics of people injured in accidents at workplaces that use construction scaffolding. The results obtained from the analysis of occupational accidents involving construction scaffolding, which took place in five Polish voivodships: Dolnoslaskie, Lubelskie, Lubuskie, Mazowieckie and Wielkopolskie between 2010-2015, were presented. 177 occupational accidents were analysed. On the basis of post-accident protocols, the following occupational characteristics of employees who suffered from accidents were identified: the age of the victim, the time of day when the accident happened and the season of the year. In turn, on the basis of a review of the subject literature, the course of changes in an employee's performance during the day, week and calendar year was determined. The relation between efficiency and the identified occupational characteristics of the injured parties was determined.
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