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An Analysis of Construction Accidents from a Design Perspective

An analysis of construction worker deaths and disabling injuries to determine whether addressing safety through project design could have prevented th...

Fatal Facts - Electrocution Hazards Working Near Overhead Powerlines

The Washington state FACE program analyzed reports of some work-related electrocutions near overhead power lines in 1998-2005 and recommends way to pr...

Communication Tower Safety Regulations in North Carolina

Discusses new regulations in North Carolina designed to protect workers from falls and other hazards when working on communication towers....

NIOSH Alert: Preventing Injuries and Deaths from Falls during Construction and Maintenance of Telecommunication Towers

A report on hazards involved in construction of telecommunication towers that includes data, standards that apply, case studies and steps that workers...

A Proposed revised OSHA Crane and Derricks Standard for Construction

Describes a proposed revised standard for derricks and cranes, including the representatives on the committee and the key provisions of the proposal....

2005 OSHA Resource Center Loan Program

OSHA announcement about a loan program for Spanish safety training videos. Includes information on how to apply as well as a list of available videos...

An Analysis of Fatal Events in the Construction Industry 2003

Descriptions of the 707 fatal events inspected by OSHA resulting from accidents which occurred in construction during calendar year 2003....

An Analysis of Fatal Events in the Construction Industry 2002

Descriptions of the 719 fatal events inspected by OSHA resulting from accidents which occurred in construction during calendar year 2002....

NIOSH Worker Health Chartbook, 2004: Excerpts

An excerpt from a chartbook that includes figures and tables describing the magnitude, distribution, and trends of the Nation’s occupational injurie...

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Link to Minnesota OSHA Compliance -- 'Best of the worst' photos from 2009, 2010. Shows photos of “imminent danger” situations taken by the MN OSHA...