Preventing Fatalities in the Construction Industry
This study looks into the causes of fatalities in the construction industry with the intention of learning new methods of preventing worker fatalities.
Falls from Ladders, Scaffolds and Roofs Can Be Prevented
Here are the best points to emphasize when you hold your next safety meeting or toolbox talk about workplace fall prevention and protection.
How to Handle Impalement Hazards on Construction Sites
Safety precautions and best practices to consider when impalement hazards are a risk on the construction site.
Train Employees to Inspect and Wear Their PFAS Correctly
Personal Fall Arrest Systems can be tricky, so employees must know how to wear them correctly and what to look for during a PFAS inspection.
Floor Holes Can Pose Significant Slip, Trip and Fall Risks
Floor holes are one area where many workers forget to take the necessary safety measures to protect themselves and their co-workers.
Workplace Winter Safety for Rooftop Snow Removal Operations
Snow removal operations can be dangerous and workers should be trained on how to safely remove snow from rooftops and other elevated structures.
Fall Protection System Failures That Can Be Prevented
Despite the emerging sophisticated and innovative fall protection systems, learn more about why fall-related injuries and fatalities are still happening.
Working at Heights Without Fall Protection Can Be Deadly
On any construction site, one wrong step could become very serious, very fast. Take a look at these images and see how easily you can spot the fall hazards.
Guardrails are Important for Mitigating Fall Hazards
Guardrails are critical to help prevent falls, but they must be constructed properly and according to the strict OSHA standards set up for guardrails.