Title An Analysis on the Design for Safety Work Performance of Owner and Designer and Its Improvement Measures
Authors Shin, WonSang ; Son, ChangBaek
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.6106/KJCEM.2019.20.5.095
Page pp.95-103
ISSN 2005-6095
Keywords Design for Safety; Work Performance; Work Process; Improvement Measures
Abstract While the Design for Safety (DFS) system has been introduced to Korea, the ordering parties and designers who are implementing this system still have a very low awareness of it. Most ordering parties and designers have a negative view of this system due to a variety of reasons, including the additional workload and their lack of professional manpower. The purpose of this study is to suggest measures to improve the DFS work performance by standardizing the DFS work process and analyzing the level of work performance in each business carried out by ordering parties and designers in order to ensure the efficient execution of DFS business. In conclusion, to improve the DFS work performance of ordering parties and designers, the development of a business support system is suggested, which supports key works such as the identification of risk factors, the provision of measures to reduce such factors, and risk assessment, and provides relevant information to allow ordering parties and designers to prepare the DFS report smoothly.