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Research, Recommendations and Guidelines

2012

Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction
In collaboration with a broad range of agencies, organizations, and associations from the construction industry, CDC's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health will launch a national campaign to address and reduce falls, fall-related injuries, and fall-related fatalities among construction workers.

Construction Falls Prevention Fact Sheet
PLAN ahead to get the job done safely. PROVIDE the right equipment. TRAIN everyone to use the equipment safely.

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