Workplace falls are a leading cause of death for construction workers. In 2017, 971 construction...
Elevator-related construction fatalities are increasing, according to a recent report by the Center for Construction...
For many years, construction has been universally accepted as one of the most dangerous occupations...
Workplace deaths in New York City rose dramatically in 2017, according to a recently released...
Without skilled construction workers, we wouldn’t have sturdy roofs over our heads or the highways,...
The damaging consequences of working in construction can accumulate on older workers. Older construction workers who suffer from hearing loss might also have problems with workplace safety. For example, if a worker can’t hear warnings or suffers from an undiagnosed hearing disability, their safety and the safety of coworkers could be compromised. Several independent studies bear this out.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the federal Occupational Safety and Health...
After recently creating a unique database from numbers provided by the CDC’s NIOSH Fatality Assessment...
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