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Construction Workers Worry About Preventable Workplace Deaths

According to a report released by the New York Committee on Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH), construction jobs accounted for the largest single share of worker deaths in New York in 2012. The report was released on April 28, 2014, which is marked as Workers’ Memorial Day, honoring workers who died in the past year.

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Yet Another Reason Why New York Needs Stronger Scaffold Laws

New York Scaffold Laws were designed to provide protection to hard working construction workers who risk their lives every day on the job. The intention of these laws is not to punish contractors or site owners, but to protect the injured workers. Since injuries resulting from falls at construction sites can be devastating and even

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Construction Related Deaths: Are Latinos More Prone to Death and Injury?

While all construction workers face serious risks every day they go to work on a construction site, these risks are more significant for Latino and immigrant workers. In fact, according to a recent study conducted by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration, from 2003 to 2011, 74% of construction workers who died were either

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Don’t Weaken NY Scaffold Laws, Strengthen Them!

New York Scaffold Laws were enacted to help protect construction workers while on the job, not make life harder for contractors or site owners. Without proper protection, workers can suffer serious injuries. And when they suffer serious injuries due to the negligent or reckless actions of their contractor or site owner, they deserve compensation. The

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Construction Tragedy Strikes When a Worker Falls Off at NYU Building

Construction is an important, yet dangerous, part of the U.S. economy.  Without workers risking their lives every day going to work, buildings, bridges, roads or nothing else would get built. While some of the dangers these workers face are an inevitable part of the job, the majority of others may be prevented if construction companies

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