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How to File a Lawsuit After an Injury At a Construction Site?

Construction Marketing

Unfortunately, injuries at construction sites are highly likely. But first, it is important to understand that every case is unique, and you should always consult with a qualified construction accident injury attorney to get specific advice about your situation. Are you able to prove that negligence?

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Injury Prevention Programs Reshape Old Safety Perspectives

Construction Business Owner

Injury Prevention Programs Reshape Old Safety Perspectives. Even with every government-mandated safety precaution in place, companies across the country struggle to protect their employees from preventable workplace injuries. Alex Headley. Fri, 10/29/2021 - 15:44.

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Free Whitepaper: OSHA Injury & Illness Recordkeeping

Construction Business Owner

Free Whitepaper: OSHA Injury & Illness Recordkeeping. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) regulations for recording workplace injuries and illnesses can be much more complicated than they seem. Get answers to your most pressing compliance questions. Greg Ragsdale. Mon, 02/28/2022 - 14:18.

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The Jobsite’s Invisible Injury

Construction Business Owner

Thousands of construction workers suffer hearing loss from excessive noise exposure on the job every year. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA),noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) affects nearly one in four adults in the United States.

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Construction Nonfatal Injuries and Illnesses Are Down, Injury Rate Flat

ENR Construction

The number of nonfatal construction workplace injuries and illnesses declined in 2021 and the industry’s injury/illness rate was unchanged from the previous year's level.

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Shore Up Safety: Prevent Trenching & Excavation Disasters

Construction Business Owner

Yet each year as construction projects ramp up, we see an uptick in trench-related injuries and deaths. They result from failing to recognize — and take necessary precautions to guard against — the danger trenches pose to workers.

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Injury Most Common Within First 4 Work Hours

Construction Equipment

A new study finds during the first four hours of their shift, workers are most likely to suffer traumatic injuries, according to EHS Today. Those working the night shift also suffer more severe injuries than those working the day shift. According to the article, the study is one of the first to…

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