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Middle-Aged Workers' Analysis and Risk Assessment Studies -Focusing on project value of More than 50 billion construction sites-
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Middle-Aged Workers' Analysis and Risk Assessment Studies -Focusing on project value of More than 50 billion construction sites-
Bae, Young Bok; Shin, Sung Su; Ha, Haeng Bong; Kang, Kyung-Sik;
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 Abstract
Total accident rate in the construction industry is a very meaningful reduction to establish a comprehensive disaster reduction measures, including through the Survey, the disaster prevention projects whilst driving status and problem analysis in order to reduce the mature workers in the construction industry is growing rapidly in all disaster disasters (share) The days. It is urgent to establish a framework and measures that can identify the specific cause for this than for the middle-aged workers and disaster reduction in disaster reduction efforts, which continue to increase. Used as measures of information and data presented in the basic requirements of mature workers also been.
 Keywords
Construction Accidents;the middle-aged workers;Disaster Reduction;
 Language
Korean
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