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Publikācija: Typical Work Enviroment Risks

Publication Type Full-text conference paper published in conference proceedings indexed in SCOPUS or WOS database
Funding for basic activity National Research Programme
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Typical Work Enviroment Risks, Their Causes and Reduction Measures in Construction
Field of research 5. Social sciences
Sub-field of research 5.2 Economics and Business
Research platform Security and Defence
Authors Māris Ziemelis
Vladimirs Jemeļjanovs
Jeļena Malahova
Keywords labour protection, risks, environment risk
Abstract The aim of the paper is to identify the most typical and dangerous work environment risks in construction and their causes, put forward the proposals for risk reduction. Comparison and grouping methods for the analysis of statistic data, as well as methods and schemes for evaluating work environment risks were used in the research. Proposals for reducing the causes of the most typical and hazardous risks are presented in the paper. Specific solutions for each of hazardous risks and their causes are offered paying particular attention to the means of collective protection, as well as a model of corporate system is offered to regulate the procedures by which employees should be instructed and examined in order to improve the quality and control of labour protection instructions in construction for companies.
DOI: 10.22616/ESRD.2019.035
Hyperlink: http://www.esaf.llu.lv/sites/esaf/files/files/lapas/Latvia_ESRD_50_2019.pdf 
Reference Ziemelis, M., Jemeļjanovs, V., Malahova, J. Typical Work Enviroment Risks, Their Causes and Reduction Measures in Construction. In: 20th International Scientific Conference "Economic Science for Rural Development 2019": Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference. No.50: Rural Development and Entrepreneurship Production and Co-operation in Agriculture, Latvia, Jelgava, 9-10 May, 2019. Jelgava: Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies Faculty of Economics and Social Development, 2019, pp.279-288. e-ISBN 978-9984-48-320-7. ISSN 1691-3078. e-ISSN 2255-9930. Available from: doi:10.22616/ESRD.2019.035
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