What to Do After a Fall Accident on a Construction Site in Long Island

Falls are one of the most common types of accidents that cause serious injuries and death on construction sites. Construction employees often have to perform their work at great heights. Unfortunately, this increases the risk of serious accidents. New York has laws in place to protect construction workers, including those who...

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Preventing Electrocution in Construction and Maintenance Work

Construction workers are at greater risk of electrocution than any other type of employee. In fact, construction workers make up around 60 percent of fatal workplace electrocutions nationwide. Fortunately, most electrocutions on construction sites can be avoided with appropriate equipment and training. In this article, we discuss how to prevent electrocution in...

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Understanding the “Fatal Four” in Construction: Preventing the Leading Causes of Workplace Fatalities

Construction jobs are dangerous. In fact, jobs in the construction industry are among the most dangerous in the world. Construction workers suffer countless injuries every year while on the job. In addition, it has been estimated that approximately 1,000 construction workers are killed on the job each year. The Occupational Safety and...

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Electrocution Prevention: Tips for Staying Safe in New York & Long Island

Jobs in the construction industry can be lucrative. Unfortunately, they can also be dangerous, with countless construction workers suffering injuries every year while on the job—many of them fatal. One of the most dangerous hazards in the construction industry is electrocution. In fact, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has identified electrocution...

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