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Untrained tree worker killed in on-the-job accident

Employers have a duty to ensure that their employees work in a safe environment. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration prescribes safety regulations that employers in Georgia and other states have to comply with. Because construction sites generally pose serious dangers to workers, it is crucial to provide the workers with training to improve their understanding of the need for safety precautions, as well as the proper execution of safety precautions. Only by compliance with these safety regulations can yet another on-the-job accident be prevented.

Man's life hangs in balance after construction accident

Construction sites are inherently dangerous. These sites have big, powerful machines that can easily deal catastrophic or fatal injuries to unsuspecting people; they have heavy equipment that, if improperly handled, could deal similar injuries; and there are very high places that construction workers have to work in, placing them at risk of an unfortunate fall.

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