MASTERI WATERFRONT PROJECT ACHIEVES 3 MILLION SAFETY HOURS
[Hanoi, April 28, 2022] The Masteri Waterfront Project Management Board received a construction site certificate for 3 million safe hours from the client’s representative. Representatives from Masterise Homes Investor, Apave Supervision Consultant, Site Management team, subcontractors, and approximately 1,000 workers attended the congratulatory ceremony. This is a meaningful activity to commemorate World Day for Safety and Health at Work.
The site management team has worked closely with the Safety Department for more than 16 months of construction, starting on November 20, 2020, to issue stern directions in the management and control of safety activities at the project for thousands of workers. The achievement of 3 million safe hours is a testament to the efforts of all personnel who have adhered to all construction and work safety regulations.
Mr. Do Duong Chuc – Director of Safety Department of Masterise Homes, expressed his gratitude for Newtecons’ efforts at the congratulatory ceremony. He expects that after achieving 3 million safety hours, Newtecons will continue to accomplish 2 more million hours of safety, completing the project on time and with good quality.
Mr. Do Duong Chuc, on behalf of Masterise Homes, awarded the certificate of 3 million safe hours to the site management team.
On behalf of General Contractor Newtecons, Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan – Construction Site Manager thanked Masterise Homes & Apave Supervision Consultant, NSC subcontractors, and all project workers for supporting and accompanying Newtecons during difficult times, managing and coordinating with the contractor to achieve the certificate. The efforts of the entire team, particularly the direct construction workers, have played a vital role in the project’s achievement of the 3 million safe hours.
Mr. Tran Duc Quynh – a worker from An Gia Hung subcontractor expressed his gratitude to the Site Management team and the Safety Board for their strictness in all work to ensure the safety and health of the workers. Despite the strict regulations, they are essential aspect in allowing him and his coworkers to operate in peace.
The Site Management team has created and revised the professional management process after determining that occupational safety is a prerequisite. Engineers, construction supervisors, and workers are all routinely disseminated and trained to ensure a thorough understanding, firm grip, and a constant sense of full compliance. The project’s human resources, machinery, and equipment are all in compliance with ISO 45001:2018 and ISO 14001:2015, as well as the HSSE Management System that Newtecons has developed and committed to implementing.
The Safety Board holds training sessions before to each project to enhance employee awareness of safety issues. The Site Management team closely follows the processes before each construction stage, analyzes and evaluates potential hazards, and then takes preventative measures and emergency response plans.
After topping out, there are still finishing works, MEP, aluminum and glass, infrastructure, and other concerns to consider when the construction is completed. As a result, the entire project must continue to increase safety work to not only reach 3 million hours of safety, but to reach 5 million hours of safety and complete the project on time.
Every year on April 28, on a global scale, the International Labor Organization commemorates World Day for Safety and Health at Work to promote the prevention of workplace accidents, occupational illness prevention and control, as well as a day to memorize those who have died or been injured while at work.
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