Tips for Preventing Construction Falls

    When it comes to construction-site accidents, falls are more common – and often more deadly – than you may think. In fact, according to OSHA, of the 1,008 construction-related deaths in 2018, 338 were due to falls on the jobsite....

    Quick Tips for Operating Heavy Machinery

    As the construction industry has evolved, heavy machinery has become increasingly prevalent on modern work sites. However, it can also pose a serious danger to construction workers – about 400 people in America die each year from heavy equipment accidents....

    Accident on the Jobsite? Here’s What You Need to Do

    Accidents happen – it’s just a fact of life. And when accidents happen on a construction site, you need to know what to do – and how to do it quickly and correctly – in order to minimize injury and...

    Staying Safe on Scaffolds

    If you work in construction, you’ve likely encountered a scaffold. According to OSHA, an estimated 2.3 million construction workers, or 65 percent of the industry, work on scaffolds. Here in New York City, scaffolds abound, with nearly 8,000 structures comprising...

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