The proposed paper deals with the issue of safety on working sites, in particular the application of an innovative system to a selected case study. In some cases, safeguard can be implemented to give more guarantees to workers, by means of ICT systems. We examined the case of a shipyard, where risk conditions are particularly related to suspended loads, with the idea of expanding successively the proposed safety system to construction buildings sites. With regard to suspended loads, it was decided to integrate the risk assessment with appropriate innovative prevention measures that gave rise to the design of a proactive safety system. The first step was to circumscribe an area of study where there was high interference between suspended loads and workers. Then an analysis on the today used products was carried out and the most suitable technology was chosen. UWB (Ultra Wide Band) allows creating a system that does not create interference with metallic materials, it can be used indoor and has a range of action that can reach even 50 meters of extension. It has economically low commercial solutions and has open source software for data processing. The Localino® system produced by Heuel & Löher GmbH & Co. has been adapted to the needs of this monitoring and applied in the chosen site, with economic observations, too. The paper aims to illustrate this study.

Bondì A, Enea D, Pennisi S, La Gennusa M, Scaccianoce G (2023). Work Safety in Shipyard Workshops: an Application to a Case Study. In Zbigniew Leonowicz (a cura di), 2023 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2023 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe) (pp. 1122-1127). Roma [10.1109/EEEIC/ICPSEurope57605.2023.10194688].

Work Safety in Shipyard Workshops: an Application to a Case Study

Enea D;Pennisi S;La Gennusa M;Scaccianoce G
2023-06-01

Abstract

The proposed paper deals with the issue of safety on working sites, in particular the application of an innovative system to a selected case study. In some cases, safeguard can be implemented to give more guarantees to workers, by means of ICT systems. We examined the case of a shipyard, where risk conditions are particularly related to suspended loads, with the idea of expanding successively the proposed safety system to construction buildings sites. With regard to suspended loads, it was decided to integrate the risk assessment with appropriate innovative prevention measures that gave rise to the design of a proactive safety system. The first step was to circumscribe an area of study where there was high interference between suspended loads and workers. Then an analysis on the today used products was carried out and the most suitable technology was chosen. UWB (Ultra Wide Band) allows creating a system that does not create interference with metallic materials, it can be used indoor and has a range of action that can reach even 50 meters of extension. It has economically low commercial solutions and has open source software for data processing. The Localino® system produced by Heuel & Löher GmbH & Co. has been adapted to the needs of this monitoring and applied in the chosen site, with economic observations, too. The paper aims to illustrate this study.
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Bondì A, Enea D, Pennisi S, La Gennusa M, Scaccianoce G (2023). Work Safety in Shipyard Workshops: an Application to a Case Study. In Zbigniew Leonowicz (a cura di), 2023 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2023 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe) (pp. 1122-1127). Roma [10.1109/EEEIC/ICPSEurope57605.2023.10194688].
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