Fall Prevention in Construction FALLS REMAIN THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN CONSTRUCTION In 2012 there were 775 total fatalities in construction. Two hundred sixty nine (269)of these fatalities were due to falls. Falls can be prevented Construction employees exposed to an unprotected …Continue Reading Fall Prevention in Construction
Massachusetts teens average over 700 work-related emergency room visits each year. Nationally, young workers sustain non-fatal injuries at almost twice the rate of older workers per hour, which can be partially explained because young workers are often provided insufficient health and safety training. One program …Continue Reading 4th Annual Safe Jobs for Youth Poster Contest
Every year, workers are killed or seriously injured while performing snow or ice removal from rooftops and other building structures, such as decks.
The Department of Labor Standards (DLS) offers a free consultation service designed to help employers recognize and control potential safety and health hazards at their worksites, improve their safety and health program, assist in training employees, and possibly qualify for a one-year exemption from routine OSHA inspections.
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