Japanese Government’s 11th Industrial Accident Prevention Plan (JISHA interim translation)

Health & Safety at a Construction Site in Osaka, Japan

2012-12-04:  How two Health and Safety Issues are handled at this Construction Site in Osaka, Japan … which, I regret to say, will be of small interest within Europe, where construction-related fatalities and injuries are far too high !

1.   Control of vehicular access to, and egress from, the Site.  Note the hosing down of the truck’s tyres before leaving, and entering back onto the public street.  On this particular day, the volume of site traffic was high.

2.   High visibility identification, and insulated protection of, overhead electric wires/cables.

Even before entering the Site … these are Very Good Indicators with regard to how Health and Safety at Work, generally, is managed …

Japan Industrial Safety & Health Association – Industrial Accidents (2010)

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Photograph taken by CJ Walsh. 2012-10-03. Click to enlarge.

Photograph taken by CJ Walsh. 2012-10-03. Click to enlarge.

Photograph taken by CJ Walsh. 2012-10-03. Click to enlarge.

Photograph taken by CJ Walsh. 2012-10-03. Click to enlarge.

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Photograph taken by CJ Walsh. 2012-10-03. Click to enlarge.

Photograph taken by CJ Walsh. 2012-10-03. Click to enlarge.

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Photograph taken by CJ Walsh. 2012-10-03. Click to enlarge.

Photograph taken by CJ Walsh. 2012-10-03. Click to enlarge.

Photograph taken by CJ Walsh. 2012-10-03. Click to enlarge.

Photograph taken by CJ Walsh. 2012-10-03. Click to enlarge.

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