Minimizing the risk of accidents with prefabrication
When the construction work takes place in controlled indoor conditions at the prefabrication site, there is less risk of accidents and consequent delays at the building site. This is because some of the dangerous on-site phases are no longer needed.
“Assembling wood elements built in a controlled indoor environment can replace the potentially more dangerous process of having to build a roof from beams, panels and bitumen at the heights of an unfinished building. On-site accidents are of course not frequent, but every single one of them should be avoided”, van den Bosch concludes.