Do you run your own construction business? If so, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) strongly recommends that your workers go through construction safety training such as a fall protection program and safety training when using rigging supplies, cranes, and other lifting equipment.
This is all the more serious when you consider that over 1,000 employees become injured on the construction site annually, as reported by OSHA. In addition to making sure that your workers have gone through the proper fall protection training, it is critical that your company uses equipment that is of the best quality and incredibly consistent and reliable. Otherwise, workplace accidents can occur this way as well. It has been shown that with superior equipment and the right training, more accidents can be averted.
Fortunately, in the period between 2008 and 2013 in America, each year has typically seen 200 less people killed construction accidents. With more and more comprehensive training courses and high standards for equipment, hopefully even less fatalities will result.
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