Safety Considerations for Stairways on Construction Sites
Safety tips on how to keep workers safe when the stairways are under construction, like the ones being built and used at construction sites.
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.
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.
Safety Tips for Stairways to Prevent Slips, Trips and Falls
Slips, trips and falls happen everyday on workplace stairways and all employees can benefit from these great reminders on stairway safety.
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.
Why Working at Heights Requires Approved Fall Protection
Job sites must be set up in a way that prevents workers from falling off of overhead platforms, elevated workstations, into floor holes, or out of holes in the wall.
Safety Precautions for Typical Tower Climbing Work Activities
Because tower climbing is so physically and mentally demanding, preparation is key and all tower climbers must be trained before being allowed to climb.
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.
All About Floor Holes: OSHA's Fall Protection Standards
Always look for areas on the job site that may have floor holes and be aware of holes that may not be adequately marked, covered, barricaded, or guarded.