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How Safe Is Your Construction Site?

Out of the 4,188 national worker fatalities in 2011, 738 were in construction. HOW SAFE Is Your Construction Site? 12% Approximately 14 deaths per week of worker fatalities in 2011 involved construction contractorS. Who's To Blame? The leading causes of worker deaths on construction sites were falls, followed by electrocution, struck by object, and caught- in/between. These "Fafal Four" were responsible for nearly three out of five (56%) construction worker deaths in 2011 Construction's "Fatal Four" 35% 9% FALLS ELECTRO- CUTIONS % of 738 Construction Deaths in 2011 10% 2% STRUCK BY OBJECT CAUGHT- IN/ BETWEEN Eliminating the Fatal Four would save 419 workers' lives in America every year. What can YOU do? Eliminate Falls Communicate Hazards Adhere To General Scaffolding Wiring Or Electrical Requirements Check For Faulty Get Educated Problems If you or a loved one has been injured or suffered a loss due to an unsafe working environment, contact the law offices of Zinda & Davis, PLLC at *Stats provided by Federal OSHA. Federal OSHA has approximately 2,200 inspectors responsible for the health and safety'of 130 million workers, employed at more than 8 million worksites around the nation-which translates to about one compliance officer for every 59,000 workers.

How Safe Is Your Construction Site?

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This infographics explores the safety of construction sites. It examines some shocking stats related to construction safety


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