5 Jul 2017
One in five fatal accidents occur in construction and a high percentage of it involves a man on the ground. This article explains how companies can significantly reduce the number of potential accidents on the construction site by implementing strict safety protocols; separating pedestrians and machinery on the site; and what employees can do to maintain a safe working environment.
Rolinda van Zanten (Van Oord), Victoria Newell (Van Oord)
Rolinda van Zanten is the manager of QHSE Ship Management Department and QHSE Systems of Van Oord Dredging and Marine Contractors. She is responsible for QHSE related issues and for overseeing the implementation of the Integrated Management System within Van Oord. She has over 15 years of experience in QHSE. She has a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety
Victoria Newell is the QHSE coordinator of Van Oord Dredging and Marine Contractors. She is responsible for QHSE in Subsea Rock Installation and Offshore projects. She has worked within the energy and construction industry for over 20 years. She has a bachelor’s degree in Engineering and Occupational Health and Safety.
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