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TOPIC: Construction-safety

The Fatal Four: Keys to Prevent Construction Deaths


According to OSHA, the leading causes of worker deaths on construction sites were falls, struck-by-object, electrocutions and caught-in/between. These “Fatal Four” were responsible for more than 64% of the construction deaths in 2015.

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Watch Out: Tips to Prevent Struck-By Injuries


OSHA previously identified the four most dangerous job site hazards for construction workers and they are falls, electrocutions, being struck by objects and being caught in/between hazards. These “Fatal Four” were responsible for 58% of all fatalities on construction sites in 2014.

For this blog post, we’d like to zero in on struck-by injuries, which include objects that are falling, flying, swinging or rolling. In any of these scenarios, a worker is stripped of their ability to see these objects coming towards them with enough time to react and move out of the way. Struck-by injuries are the second highest cause of fatalities among construction workers.

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Don't Get Stuck: 12 Ways to Prevent Caught In/Between Injuries


OSHA previously identified the four most dangerous job site hazards for construction workers and they are falls, electrocutions, being struck by objects and being caught in/between hazards. These “Fatal Four” were responsible for 58% of all fatalities on construction sites in 2014.

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Top 4 Causes of Construction Deaths: Steps to Prevent These Tragedies

According to OSHA, the leading causes of worker deaths on construction sites were falls, electrocution, struck-by-object and caught-in/between. These “Fatal Four” were responsible for more than 58% of the construction deaths in 2014.

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Stand-Down... And Save Lives by Preventing Falls

In an effort to prevent tragic deaths and injuries, Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) is in the midst of a two week campaign to promote the prevention message in the 2015 National Fall Safety Stand-Down.

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The Top 10 Most Frequently Cited OSHA Workplace Safety Violations

On average, OSHA issues around 40,000 violations a year. These violations have the potential to be very costly to the lives of your employees and the livelihood of your business.

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Construction Safety - What's Wrong With This Picture?

Back in August of 2012, in the hope to capture the excitement of building resurgence, With permission granted and appointments made, Builder magazine sent photographers to various building sites across the U.S.  They were thrilled when the photos started coming in as they showed the buzz of new business amidst a gloomy economy.

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