A Effectiveness of Planned Teaching Programme on Knowledge of Construction Workers Regarding Occupational Health Hazards at Selected Construction Sites, Bangalore

Authors : Sudhir D Bali; Amarnath Shanmukhe; Santosh Indi; Parashuram Vitthal; FrancisClemant S Adin

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 12 - December

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7480837

:- Evaluation of the planned teaching program's impact on construction employees' understanding of occupational health risks at a few key construction sites in Bangalore is the goal. Methods: A one-group, pre- and post-test quasi-experimental design with 60 numbers was chosen from a list of Bangalore building sites for this evaluative research approach. The pre-test total knowledge score of construction employees about occupational health hazards was 43.7 percent, with a mean and standard deviation of 2.3. This was revealed by the study's findings. Construction employees' post-test total knowledge score was 76.0 percent mean with a 2.7 standard deviation. As a result, there was a 32.3 percent difference between the pretest and post-test general knowledge scores. Accordingly, the study's findings revealed a difference between construction employees' knowledge scores about occupational health before and after the exam.

Keywords : Construction Workers, Occupational Health Hazards


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