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The Civil Construction Turnkey Project of KMRT Gongshan Extension Line (First Phase) Win Honorable Mention of the 2021 Public Construction Golden Safety Awards from Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Information Management Office
110-11-26
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The Civil Construction Turnkey Project of KMRT Gongshan Extension Line (First Phase) plans to connect the Gangshan South (R24) and makes full use of the existing MRT Red Line resources. It reaches into the core areas of Gangshan, produce the greatest marginal benefits, and combine MRT, Taiwan Railway, urban buses, road passenger transport. In this way, it will create seamless transit services for public transport, and then increase the public transport capacity in North Kaohsiung.

The project risk management has been integrated at the design stage. From the perspective of Occupational Safety and Health Act, it does a good job in the source management of the engineering safety design and the risk information is transmitted to the construction stage. In addition, the construction team regularly reviews the construction risk items to ensure the progress smoothly under safe conditions by the means of continuously eliminating and reducing risks. During the construction phase, potential hazards are identified and a safe and reliable construction plan is developed through site survey and construction needs. Among them, the cross-creek steel bridge of this project adopts the nation’s first jack-raising and sliding method. In order to reduce the number of construction workers, it uses potential energy to convert into sliding energy. It does not need to set up a continuous trestle bridge on the riverbed, which can ensure the smooth flow of river water, thereby greatly lessening the construction risk. To ensure the safety of passers-by and residents around the project at any cost, the demolition of Jieshou Overpass uses cutting method and the setting out of pile foundation adopts silent piler.

The MRT Bureau said that in the competition, the engineering teams benefited a lot from the counseling of relevant units such as the Ministry of Labor and the Office of Labor and also absorbed the valuable opinions of judges. In the future, the project will continue to strengthen occupational safety management, and make efforts to push occupational safety and health work forward to achieve the goal of “ Zero Occupational Disaster and Zero Accident” in the project.

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