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Reviewing hazards in the construction industry

For those who are employed in the construction industry, understanding workplace hazards is pivotal. Whether someone is a carpenter, electrician or holds any other construction job in Hamilton, construction accidents have claimed far too many lives and resulted in many injuries across the state of Ohio. By recognizing potential dangers and taking preventative measures, construction companies, contractors and construction workers can take steps to help save lives.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, construction workers are injured and killed in various types of jobsite accidents. For example, they may fall when the scaffolding they are working on collapses or they may suffer from electrocution. Other dangers include falling off of a ladder, suffering an injury due to repetitive motions or being struck by falling debris. Furthermore, if workers are not trained to use equipment properly, use equipment that malfunctions or fail to wear appropriate safety gear, they may suffer an injury or lose their life.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that in 2015, 985 construction workers passed away in an on-the-job accident. Sadly, this represents a notable increase in comparison to recent years. Furthermore, 3.5 out of every 100 full-time construction workers suffered a workplace injury or illness over the course of the year. When someone loses their life at work, their family may suffer in all sorts of ways, whether they experience financial problems or emotional pain that will never go away. Even for those who survive an accident, injuries may keep them from earning wages and handling daily responsibilities.

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