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Construction workers' exposure to ladder falls investigated

It is not uncommon for several companies to be involved in construction projects, and worker safety is the responsibility of construction company owners, contractors and subcontractors. Construction workers in Georgia are equally as exposed to safety hazards as those in other states. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched an investigation into three companies in another state after the tragic death of a worker on a recent Sunday morning.

Georgia maintenance technician suffers workplace injuries

In an effort to prevent industrial workplace accidents, company owners in Georgia must comply with prescribed safety regulations. It is inexplicable why employers would expect untrained employees to operate or perform maintenance on machinery with unguarded working parts. Unfortunately, some business owners disregard basic safety regulations, which may lead to severe  or even fatal workplace injuries.

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