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Slip, Trips and Falls For Construction
February 24, 2012
According to OSHA, slip, trip and fall accidents account for the majority of workplace injuries and are a major cause of accidental deaths, second only to motor vehicle accidents. Slip, trip and fall accidents occur frequently because situations that can lead to such accidents are so prevalent in all aspects of life. A childs toy left in the hallway can definitely trip you up on your way to the bathroom in the middle of the night. Wet concrete can be very slippery to try and walk across. Reaching just a little bit more from the top of the ladder can spell disaster. Most slip, trip and fall accidents can be prevented by following safety rules and safe work procedures. For more information on this topic please contact National Safety Compliance at 1.877.922.7233, visit www.osha-safety-training.net or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org