Construction work deals with a lot of structure planning, building design, and the actual implementation of these projects. Apart from building establishments, however, construction must also deal with safety precautions such as dust control. Due to the broad scope of the field, This type of work has two classifications: specialised and construction work.
To better understand how to properly employ effective dust control programs in the entire work area, it is best to know the differences.
General Construction vs Specialised Construction
General construction work is categorised based on the materials that the workers use. It can also depend on the structures they build, which includes erection and installation, carpentry, piling work, roofing, masonry, finishing, concreting, earthwork and reinforcement placement.
On the other hand, specialised construction work involves electrical installation work, heat insulating, waterproofing and sanitary engineering work. They assign work based on the components or parts of the structure and building that they are constructing. For instance, some projects will depend on the flooring, cribbing, and furnace work. It will also depend on the environmental aspects, such as underwater work, winter work and underground work.
Dividing the Work
Each of these construction work is split into two divisions. These are preparatory and principal work, and the latter involves all the common construction work. For example, ancillary is the reduction of groundwater level, set up of scaffolding and shoring of trenches operate together to form a distinct category.
Different construction work includes a sequence of unconnected, but related construction procedures. It will generally rely on the process they used to do the work and on the difficulties. They classify these methods as manual, mechanised and labour mechanised.
In today’s construction work, every type of labour-consuming and heavy work are done by construction machines with the help of accessories and power tools. This type of work includes like plastering, earthwork and concreting.
With this knowledge and understanding, you can get a better grasp of the industry and its safety precautions.