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The construction industry has long been regarded as one of the most vital in a country's economy due to its wide links with other sectors, regarding human resources are the most important source in the construction sector. very few companies have the ability to exploit this resource and provide facilities of health and safety and protect workers to avoid risks. This study aims to assess the impact of health and safety in the construction industry on human resources and to study the factors associated with the causes of construction worker dissatisfaction. To achieve the objectives of the study, the quantitative and qualitative method was used, whereby a questionnaire was used to find out the impact of health and safety on workers in the construction sector in the Gaza Strip. The study concluded with the satisfaction of construction workers about the nature of the relationship between them and their employers, which is characterized by passion and solidarity. The construction companies lack a system that depends on providing pensions, vacations, insurances, and bonuses to workers within these companies. Health and safety standards are ranked first in terms of the interest of workers and employers, which indicates their importance in the field of work and the extent of its impact on it.
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