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Falls Are a Leading Cause of Injury for Construction Workers
Falls Are a Leading Cause of Injury for Construction Workers

Virtually anyone is at risk of falling and sustaining an injury. But construction workers are some of the most at-risk groups of people when it comes to sustaining non-fatal and fatal injuries from falls. In fact, data from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration ...

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