More than a dozen times over a two-month period, employees made notations in logs about a crane cable that needed to…Click to continue
OSHA hits the construction industry particularly hard. Workers in this industry also face more hazards than employees in many others. Work crews that are more mobile add even more difficulty to construction companies’ efforts to keep their workers safe.
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