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  • Keeping Demolition Workers Safe

    According to the most recent workplace fatality data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 78 demolition workers died while involved in site preparation contracting in 2020. The first phase of most major construction projects is site preparation, which is a type of demolition work. It involves clearing land from trees and debris, leveling ground[…]

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    Recent Surge in Miner Deaths Leads to New Safety Campaign

    After an increase in preventable mining-related deaths, Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) launched its new campaign entitled “Take Time, Save Lives”. The campaign aims to remind mine operators that they are responsible for providing safe workplaces and preventing fatalities. More miners died in work-related incidents last year than in the previous six; altogether, 37[…]

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    BLS Report: The Most Dangerous Jobs

    According to a recent report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were 4,764 fatal work injuries in 2020. Although this number represents a near 11% decrease in fatal injuries from the previous year, safe and ethical workplace practices could have prevented most of the deaths. While some may think that the decrease[…]

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    Façade Work Hazards

    Construction workers have dangerous jobs; according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), construction has the highest fatality rate of any industry. Façade work, particularly when workers perform it on scaffolding, is especially treacherous. A façade is the exterior face or wall of a building. Workers usually conduct façade work at elevated heights, which[…]

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    The Many Risks of Occupational Cold Exposure

      As the days and nights get colder, employers will make sure to have comprehensive safety and health plans in place to mitigate known risk factors associated with cases of occupational cold exposure. While extreme weather patterns – like very high or low temperatures — both cause nonfatal and fatal injuries, the Centers for Disease[…]

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