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construction (general safety and health provisions) electrical (wiring methods, design and protection) several potential serious accidents were avoided by requiring all contractors' safety and health programs to establish a requirement of 100 percent fall protection at or above six feet.

3 injured after rebar tower falls at fremont construction

a 20-foot rebar tower fell at a construction site in fremont on wednesday morning, leaving three people injured including one critically, fire officials said.

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commonly used statistics federal osha coverage. federal osha is a small agency; with our state partners we have approximately 2,100 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.

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police: construction worker crushed after large safety deposit box falls on himcheltenham township police said in a statement they were called to the old wells fargo bank at 2401 cheltenham avenue

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the study, put out by the union-backed new york committee for occupational safety and health, found that 71 workers died in construction-related accidents in 2016, the last year for which full

worker killed in accident involving small tractor at arden

a construction worker was killed after an accident involving a small bobcat tractor he was using tuesday morning. health, safety,

health and safety in construction: a visual history

the health and safety executive (widely known as the hse) recorded 166 fatal accidents in the construction sector that year accounting for roughly a quarter of all deaths at work. throughout the decade, numerous campns sought to change hearts and minds, many of them led by the british safety council. health and safety in the 1980s

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what happens every 7 seconds: a workplace injury - cbs news

while tool accidents were minor, they were still among the top five in all industries, and small businesses suffered the most from these accidents. as might be expected, construction workers

19-year-old man dies in aurora industrial accident, police

just after 9:30 a.m., aurora police and firefighters responded to a 911 call for an employee trapped under large wood panels at a rail facility in the 600 block of mcclure road, police said.