Safety Analysis of High Rise Buildings

Year : 2024 | Volume :14 | Issue : 01 | Page : 22-34
By

S. P. Sreenivas Padala

Prabhath S. K.

  1. Assistant Professor Department of Civil Engineering, M S Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, Bangalore, India
  2. PG Student Department of Civil Engineering, M S Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences, Bangalore, India

Abstract

In the construction sector, safety and accidents are important factors that have a big impact on the
well-being of workers, project schedules, and project overall expenses. In addition to being required
by law, putting safety first in construction is a wise strategic move with broad ramifications. The
comparative safety study of high-rise structures presented in this work focuses on assessing how safety
precautions, construction costs, and project schedules interact. The study creates a baseline for safety
benchmarks by first looking at current safety norms and laws that apply to high-rise buildings. It then
looks at how different safety features and precautions affect project durations and construction costs.
The comparison is made between projects that follow safety protocol and projects without safety
implications and their impact on time and cost of the overall project cost using MS Project.

Keywords: Safety analysis, accidents, MS project, safety and accidents, project overall expenses

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Volume 14
Issue 01
Received March 15, 2024
Accepted April 26, 2024
Published April 29, 2024