Mason pavior-Facts

Facts: How to take care of yourself as a mason pavior

As a mason pavior, you often have to carry and handle heavy materials. Kerb stones, cobblestones and woodchip are heavy, so you have to pay attention to how much you […]

Facts on aids for mason paviors

Promoting the use of technical aids for mason paviors will ensure you remain able to work throughout your entire working life. Transporting materials: Avoid manual reading and transport. Use a […]

Facts on forms of marking

There are many different types of marking, and the type you use depends on the size and nature of the roadworks. We differentiate between the following forms of marking: Traffic […]

Facts on low delineation plans according to the rules

When roadworks are to be carried out, a clear delineation plan must be prepared which ensures that the work site is carefully marked out. A delineation plan must include the […]

Remember safety in traffic

When working in traffic, you are very vulnerable. Therefore, you must be aware of how to screen off roadworks. Roadworks will almost always cause inconvenience to road users, so screening […]

Be inspired by floor fitters

Floor fitters are constantly having to deal with strained working positions. Therefore, a number of new techniques and tools have been developed to take the strain off the body, particularly […]

Excavation work near cable networks

Excavation work is hard on the body. Therefore, you must avoid manual excavation work as far as possible. Instead, use excavators – but be aware of requirements and safety-related arrangements, […]

Protective equipment: Working with asphalt

Asphalt contains substances and materials that can be harmful to health. Therefore, you have to pay particular attention to your protective equipment. Here, you can download a guide in which […]

Facts on roadworks lasting one day only

Roadworks can be many things. And even if minor tasks are being carried out, you must always remember screening for the sake of your own safety. Minor roadworks include: Putting […]

Facts on roadworks with no-work zones

Roadworks on less busy roads, or mobile works can be made safe by implementing a no-work zone. A no-work zone means: Creation of an area of 1 metre between the […]

Industry guide on noise and vibration:

Industry guide on noise and vibration: This guide provides good advice on precautionary measures against hand and arm vibration.Noise and vibration

Health and safety plan

PSS – Health and safety plan – is a central tool for safety work. This plan describes how the working environment at the construction site is made safe – and […]

Hearing damage from noise

Listen for yourself how music sounds when your hearing is damaged. (www.bar-ba.dk/stoej-og-vibrationer/stoej )

Factsheets on all working environment problems and place of work assessments

BAR Bygge og Anlæg has created a long series of short factsheets which briefly describe the most essential working environment problems in all specialist fields in which Bent E works. […]

Protective equipment: Watch out for dust

When you drill and cut construction elements and road surfaces, these give off dust which is harmful to health. You should ideally avoid inhaling this – or, in a worst-case […]