According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 57,000 people were injured by a fall to a lower level on the job site in 2013, with the victims averaging 20 days missed of work. These types of injuries are extremely costly to employers and, more importantly, detrimental to the wellbeing of the victim.Read More
Scaffolding is used on construction job sites every single day and can become a hazard if proper precautions are not taken. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 54 fatalities occurred from scaffold related accidents in 2009 and 72% of those accidents were attributed to either the plank or support giving way. Roughly 4,500 additional workers are injured on a scaffold every year, as well.
To make it easier to train your crew and make scaffold safety a top priority on you jobs, we’ve compiled a list of scaffold safety related documents for your reference:Read More