Mistakes can happen in any business – and the industrial construction industry is no exception. In fact, the chances of errors are potentially higher in this field because it involves unique, intricate details in every project. However, with careful planning and attention to project details, these issues can be avoided. The following are standard procedures that you can enact to ensure a successful industrial construction project.
A regular safety training schedule
On any job site, it is essential that safety is a top priority. When you are not practicing proper measures, workers and visitors are at risk. Consequently, training in safety needs to be on-going. With new workers and regulations, the safety director should be scheduling regular training to remind crews about the latest practices continually. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) provides current recommendations and requirements concerning a wide range of safety issues. This list should be reviewed regularly to avoid fines and keep workers and visitors safe on an industrial construction worksite.
Hydrate crews on an industrial construction job site
Hydration is essential to support a worker’s best way to battle the heat. Sweating is the body’s natural defense against heatstroke. It is critical to remember that the body needs proper hydration in order to sweat and cool itself. The construction crew should take frequent water breaks and avoid drinking soda, juice, or alcohol. Water is the best liquid for hydrating during industrial construction.
Proper scheduling practices
Consider the schedule as the blueprint for the entire construction process. Without establishing a proper plan and adhering to it, you will miss deadlines and costs will rise. Working with the project team and utilizing scheduling management software can avoid several issues in an industrial construction project.
FI•CON follows these practices, as well as many others, to assure we meet our customers’ expectations. FI•CON fabrication and construction services can meet the most challenging projects. By combining these two services and our strategic engineering partnerships, we can design, construct, and customize a project to meet your building and fabrication requirements. We work in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, ports, mining, education, warehousing, health care, retail, and water treatment. To discuss your next project, contact us at ficonusa.com or (386) 792-3060.