Hazards on construction sites can be down to lots of different causes. Weather conditions, working with crash hazards, time pressure, and lack of agreements all increase the risk of injury to your employees. Our safety and health coordinators (Sicherheits- und Gesundheitsschutzkoordinatoren, or SiGeKo for short) can keep track of everything - even on large construction sites with employees from several companies. From issuing notice of the construction site, to drawing up a safety and health plan, right up to laying down site regulations and coordinating work safety measures and various employers on the construction site.
With TÜV Rheinland as your partner for coordinating work safety measures on your site, you:
The aim of construction site regulations (Baustellenverordnung, effective since 1998) is to ensure that hazards are avoided and accidents prevented. It specifies that a supervisor for security matters must be available on all construction sites, if employees from several companies work there. Their careful and systematic approach helps keep construction operations free of costly disruptions.