Human error remains a significant contributor to construction accidents, highlighting the importance of human factors in construction safety management. Possessing appropriate knowledge and skills is critical for workers in this regard. Safety knowledge enables workers to identify hazard, prevent, reduce, and eliminate potential accidents. On the other hand, safety skills are necessary for worker to carry out their task and responsibilities safely. The absence of either knowledge or skills can result in human error and construction accidents. This literature review aims to identify the various types of safety knowledge and skills that can help reduce construction human error and accidents. Through the analysis of several articles, the review found that safety regulation and accident record are essential safety knowledge, while hazard identification, communication, and leadership are crucial safety skills that can reduce construction human error and accidents.
|E3S Web of Conferences
|Published - 20 Sept 2023
|3rd International Conference of Construction, Infrastructure, and Materials, ICCIM 2023 - Tarumanagara, Indonesia
Duration: 27 Jul 2023 → …