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Published on: 04 Oct 2016 by jaydenfell
Site clearance is an important part of construction and demolition projects. It involves the removal of any hazardous materials from a site as well as stones, bricks and the surface soil layer. Others like vegetation are also removed from the site. A proper site clearance is important to ensure the safety of workers and the nearby residents around the site area.
Here are some guidelines to consider when conducting site clearance.
Safe practicesThe safety and security of the workers in the area are one of the most important things to consider. During the clearance of the site, possible leakage of hazardous and toxic chemicals may occur. Only workers with enough knowledge on possible risks on the site area can gain access on the premises.
Barricade fencing must be established on every job site naturally to protect the workers and public from construction accidents. Furthermore, setting barriers will limit the movement of personnel, equipments and vehicles to only specific boundaries for performing the work.
Landowners must understand their roles in the construction project and provide adequate time for each phase of the job to avoid undesirable and costly delays. Frank Owens Contractors works closely with their clients to successfully accomplish the goal and objectives of the project without conflicts until completion.