For decades, the leading causes of death on construction sites have been “Falls” and “Struck by Object,” according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). In 2015, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) recorded 364 deaths from falls (38.8% of the total construction deaths) and 90 workers were struck by objects (9.6% of the total construction deaths). That’s a total of 454 workers whose lives may have been saved in 2015 alone if these risks were eliminated.This white paper will look at two of the most persistent dangers to workers, illustrate the risks of each, and outline safety solutions and equipment to protect all workers on the job site.

This white paper by 3M Personal Safety Division, will look at two of the most persistent dangers to workers, illustrate the risks of each, and outline safety solutions and equipment to protect all workers on the job site.

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