How to Recognize Potential Caught-in Hazards on the Job Site
To prevent injuries and fatal incidents, the first step is to recognize potential caught-in hazards, like the examples shown in this article.
Struck-by Hazards Are a Top Safety Concern in Construction
OSHA has found 4 top areas of fatalities in construction including electrocutions, falls, caught-in hazards and struck-by hazards, which includes falling objects.
OSHA Top Four: Caught-in or -Between Construction Hazards
Caught-in or caught-between hazards on construction sites are one of OSHA's top areas of focus. These tips will help keep workers safe on the job site.
Fall Hazards Found in These Typical Work Activities
It's always a good idea to have a safety meeting on fall protection, fall hazards identification and fall prevention at least once every three months.
OSHA Focus Four: Eliminate Electrocution Hazards at Work
Electrocution hazards are one of the top 4 areas of fatalities in construction. Here are safety tips to cover during your next toolbox talk on electrical safety.
Important Safety Tips to Avoid Construction Caught-in Hazards
Caught-in hazards are one of the top 4 areas of fatalities on construction sites. All trades must be aware of these tips to avoid caught-in hazards.
Eliminate These Common Trip and Fall Hazards in Construction
Workers must recognize the common trip and fall hazards that can be found during construction and all workers have the right to be protected from fall hazards.