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The construction industry is thought together of the foremost hazardous industry. Therefore, safety on the task site is a vital aspect with regard to the safety in construction. This paper assesses the security level perception of the development building workers towards safety, health and environment on a construction job site in Kerala. The above study was administrated by choosing different construction sites in & around Kerala. Within the present study, an exhaustive survey was allotted within the construction site areas with a close developed questionnaire. The survey contained the general data with 25 wellbeing demeanour articulations on a 1-5 Likert scale which was appropriated to 800 development laborers. The questionnaire survey was given to a complete of 800 construction workers: 625 local and 175 migrated. The results of the checklist show the difference of safety levels between the local and migrated labourers. An independent sample t test, an analysis of regression, and Pearson's parametric statistic (r) analysis were performed to look at the differences in safety perception of domestic and migrated workers. The connection between the elements are frequently acquired from the poll. they're authoritative duty, factor affecting correspondence among coworkers, laborer related components, individual job and boss' job factors, impediments to wellbeing and safe conduct variables and the executives responsibility in the smallest degree levels in accordance with the administration structure and danger taking social elements. The discoveries of this examination uncovered important signs to the advancement supervisors particularly in improving the improvement laborer's mentality towards wellbeing, wellbeing and condition and henceforth great security culture inside the structure development enterprises.

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Keerthi.S, & P.Gokuldeepan. (2021). Comparison of safety perception between local & migrated labourers in Kerala. International Journal of Intellectual Advancements and Research in Engineering Computations, 8(3), 597–603. Retrieved from