School of Civil Engineering, Northeast Forestry University, Harbin, 150040, China
Nowadays, the construction industry vigorously promotes intelligent construction and new building industrialisation, promotes the application and development of BIM technology, and gradually increases the application rate of BIM Technology in construction engineering. Therefore, this paper provides a broader application idea for BIM technology by integrating BIM technology with PDCA cycle theory. At the same time, it makes an extension for the PDCA cycle theory, with a view to proposing a more perfect implementation plan for building construction safety management. Firstly, this paper analyses six types of construction accidents consisting of falling, object striking, lifting injury, collapsing accident, mechanical injury and other accidents, and analyses the causes of accidents from four aspects: human factors, environmental factors, government supervision and equipment loss and failure. Then, through online research, field research and other methods, based on BIM Technology and PDCA cycle theory, this paper makes a comprehensive analysis of construction safety management from four aspects: safety plan formulation, risk management and control, potential safety hazard inspection, summary and optimisation. The feasibility and efficiency of the BIM-based technology and PDCA cycle theory system in building construction safety management is analysed in terms of the whole construction process. The system can make the safety management more in-depth, scientific and efficient, ensure the safety of construction personnel and improve work efficiency as much as possible.
BIM; PDCA; Construction Safety; Construction project
Jiahui Men. Application of safety management system in building construction based on BIM and PDCA theory. Academic Journal of Architecture and Geotechnical Engineering (2022) Vol. 4, Issue 2: 16-21. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJAGE.2022.040204.
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