Framer Dies After Fall

Accidents like this one are a primary reason OSHA is tightening up safety enforcement at residential jobsites

February 01, 2016
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After a recent death at a residential construction site in Massachusetts, educator and trainer Mark Paskell laments why so many contractors wait until they experience a tragedy before providing their workers with the training they need.

"Most of the people I train on OSHA fall protection either got fined, had an employee injury, or had someone get killed on their site," writes Paskell. "Then they were compelled to provide fall protection training for their men. Why did they wait for someone to get killed or hurt?"

Read more at the Contractor Coaching Partnership Blog

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