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Segurança e produção: um modelo para o planejamento e controle integrado

Safety and production: an integrated planning and control model

Saurin, Tarcisio Abreu; Formoso, Carlos Torres; Guimarães, Lia Buarque de Macedo

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Este artigo apresenta um modelo de planejamento e controle da segurança no trabalho (PCS) integrado ao processo de planejamento e controle da produção (PCP). O modelo foi desenvolvido por meio de dois estudos empíricos em obras industriais, adotando-se a pesquisa ação como estratégia de pesquisa. Os requisitos de segurança são integrados ao PCP em três níveis hierárquicos deste processo. No nível de longo prazo, o planejamento da segurança é configurado pelo desenvolvimento de análises preliminares de risco dos processos construtivos. A atualização e detalhamento da implantação destes planos é então feita por meio de sua integração aos níveis de médio e curto prazo do PCP.

Palavras-chave

Segurança no trabalho, Planejamento e controle da produção, Medição de desempenho, Construção civil

Abstract

This paper presents a safety planning and control model (SPC) that has been integrated to the production planning and control process. The model was developed through two action research empirical studies in industrial construction projects. Safety requirements are integrated into three hierarchical levels of planning and control process. At the long-term level, safety planning is featured by preliminary hazard analysis of construction processes. These plans are updated and detailed through its integration into both medium-term and short-term planning levels.

Keywords

Safety, Production planning and control, Performance measurement, Construction

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