Stand Up for Safety: An Infographic

Words: Dan KamysSafety is an important part of everyone’s job, especially for professionals in the construction industry. With large equipment, heavy-duty materials and hundreds of workers on many jobsites, it’s easy to run up against a potentially dangerous situation. The OSHA-identified “fatal four” hazards of (1) worker falls, (2) electrocution, (3) being struck by an object and (4) being caught between objects can be avoided with proper safety techniques. Companies and workers have recognized the risks and reduced the number of injuries and fatalities per week steadily over the past 40 years. But more work needs to be done, and following some simple guidelines will help. (Courtesy of Bosch.) Bosch Stand Up For Safety Infographic sm
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