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OSHA Safety Regulations

Construction sites can be extremely dangerous places; a fall or injury onsite can easily look like it is the fault of the worker. Luckily there are many federal and state level regulations in place to make sure that rules and safety standards are followed. Determining who is at fault for neglecting the rules can be very difficult, considering workplace safety is a collaborative effort between general contractors, subcontractors and other third parties.

Safety measures can include:

  • Safely setting up the construction site, visibly posting safety requirements and making manuals and other forms of notification available.
  • Instituting protection measures against falls, trench collapses and heavy equipment accidents.
  • Appointing a specific, qualified person to make required inspections.

If you or someone you love was involved in an accident that you think may be caused by negligence at a workplace or safety violation, you may be eligible for compensation. Set up a free consultation with one of our attorneys about your personal injury claim.

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