The Focus Four: Falling

As a construction worker, you know the hazards that you face every day and how quickly a situation can turn dangerous on the job, especially when you’re working at height. One moment everything feels secure, but then the wind blows the wrong way or you lose your footing. Fall hazards are a given at most worksites and you may be exposed to these hazards on a daily basis. Before you go on a job, it’s important to know what the risks are and what prevention measures should be in place to keep you safe.

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The Focus Four: Struck-By Hazards

On a construction site, there are so many moving parts that it’s sometimes hard to stay aware of all of them. You do your best, but you may not always be able to avoid being struck by a piece of debris or a moving object. Struck-by hazards can be commonplace on construction sites; learn how to identify them, how to keep yourself safer, and what to do if something goes wrong.

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The Focus Four: Electrical Hazards

As a construction worker, you understand that there are risks and hazards at every site you go to. Knowing what signs of danger to look for and how to protect yourself is crucial to staying safe on the job. Being exposed to potential electrical hazards while working may sometimes be part of your job, but getting injured doesn’t have to be. Stay safe by learning more about what can cause an electrical hazard and how to protect yourself from them at work.

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