Safety at Construction Sites

Safety at construction sites
Safety at construction sites

There are different spots in the region where construction is in full-swing, gearing to make buildings look nicer and roads easier to travel.

Construction sites, as a worker and as a pedestrian/driver, can be dangerous areas to be near, however.  Sometimes, safety measures are overlooked due to lack of supervision on-site and tight deadlines to meet.

We have successfully handled construction site personal injury cases such as these:

  • Forklift accidents -Exposure to hazardous chemicals
  • Electrocutions and electrical shock
  • Explosions
  • Working in violation of medical restrictions
  • Errors in truck loading
  • Falls from roofs and scaffolding
  • Air quality issues

Always wear your helmet

As a rule of thumb, helmets should be worn whenever possible to avoid a construction accident. Sites should be avoided during inclement weather, and the communication of a dangerous site should be made visible to workers and pedestrians/drivers, alike.


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