Caught-in-between, also known as caught-in and caught-between accidents, are among OSHA’s fatal four. Its dangers bring serious to deadly injuries to construction workers. Caught-in-between accidents often occur from unguarded machinery and excavations. (Editor’s note: This caught-in-between article is the fourth part of the construction accident series. The blog aims to explain OSHA’s “fatal four”. Click...
Electrocution is one of the usual causes of deadly injuries on construction sites. Known as a part of OSHA’s fatal four, it continues to bring danger to construction workers. Electrical hazards still remain a top workplace concern for people in this industry. (Editor’s note: This article is the third part of the construction accident...
Struck-by accidents cause fatal injuries on construction sites. Among OSHA’s “fatal four”, it is one of the hardest to avoid. It is because of the wide range of hazards that result in struck-by accidents. Hence, its victims usually do not know what hit them. It could be anything from falling objects, swinging loads, and moving...
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