Close Menu

Construction Scaffolding – Expert Introduction to Hazards & Injuries

About 65% of all construction workers use scaffolding in their daily work. Protecting these workers from scaffold-related accidents would prevent an estimated 4,500 injuries and 50 fatalities each year. The most common injuries associated with scaffolding include falls from height, slip and falls, collapses, electrocutions and being struck by falling objects

These hazards can be controlled through compliance with OSHA Construction Regulations found in Subpart L and ANSI/ASSE A10.8-2011. This document provides an introduction to some of the requirements intended to prevent scaffold related injuries.

View white paper now

Share This Page:
Keep Me Informed
Get the latest news on upcoming conferences, featured speakers, new community and resource materials

© 2016 - 2020 360 Advocacy. All rights reserved.
Custom WebShop™ Legal Marketing website designed by

Contact Form Tab
Captcha Image