Source of data: Building Disaster Register / The General Office of Building Control
Information about indicator
Name of the indicator
1.5.1 Number of deaths or affected by construction disaster per 1 million people
Sustainable Development Goal
Goal 1. No poverty
1.5 By 2030, build the resilience of the poor and those in vulnerable situations and reduce their exposure and vulnerability to climate-related extreme events and other economic, social and environmental shocks and disasters
The proportion of the number of persons injured as a result of the construction disasters resulting from random events, error in maintenance or construction work, including the number of fatalities per 1 million residents.
The data at construction disasters are reported (transmitted) by district and provincial construction supervision inspectors within the framework of the tasks and responsibilities referred to Article 76 point 1 item 2 of the Act - Construction Law.
Construction disaster, in accordance with article 73 of the Act - Construction law, is unintentional, the violent destruction of the construction facilities or of the part of it, as well as the the structural elements of scaffolding, forming elements, sheet piles walls and excavation support systems.
Construction disaster are grouped according to reasons:
caused by (m.in. strong winds, fires, explosions, gas),
caused errors when you establish the work,
errors during the construction of a new object or the execution of works in an existing building and
errors develop documentation of the work.
Source of data
Building Disaster Register / The General Office of Building Control