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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Minimum Requirement For Safety Acts In Egyptian Construction Market

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Ahmed M. EL-Deeb, Ibrahim A.H., Ismail A.basha



Safety Acts, regulations, accident numbers, PPE, Guardrail, scaffolding.



Construction industry has various risks due to the activities, individuals and many companies in different scales that it contains. Besides, construction materials, machinery, tools, tasks and handling skills all come with their own risks. Therefore, construction industry is prone to many hazard and accident potential. Accidents can be avoided mostly by implementing health and safety laws and regulations ensuring those protocols are continuously maintained. Fall from height consider the most frequently common on construction industry, Bureau of labours statistic records 39.9% total deaths in construction due to falls which is greater than any other reason of death. In 2018 fall protection was the most commonly cited violation for the Oregon construction industry total number of violations 443 with total penalty more than 900000 $.In Egypt there are 3517 fatal accidents in construction project during 2017 only based on immigration and work force minister. This research presents the safety procedure in mega project in Egypt three of them was residential building locate on the capital new city, high rise building Masa hotel locate on new El-Alamein city, this a Construct the questionnaire form which content all the regulations and acts presented by osha, the scope of sampling is the three mega construction company in Egypt Orascom construction, Arab contractor Co., Sodic.



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