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TOPIC: Fatal-four

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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Machinery-Related Injuries: How To Prevent Caught In/Between Accidents

As we mentioned in our last post “Safety Guidelines To Prevent Struck-By Hazards On Your Jobsite,” OSHA recently identified the four most dangerous jobsite hazards for construction workers. They’ve entitled them the Fatal Four -- falls, electrocutions, being struck by objects and being caught in/between hazards -- and they account for 57% of all fatalities on construction sites.

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Safety Guidelines To Prevent Struck-By Hazards On Your Jobsite

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