Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls at Washington State's Construction Sites May 6 – 10, 2019

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Take time during your Safety Stand-Down activities to focus on proper inspection and use of equipment. Image from NICA’s Don't Hit the Ground!  video

Take time during your Safety Stand-Down activities to focus on proper inspection and use of equipment.
Image from NICA's Don't Hit the Ground! video (www.youtube.com).

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Courtesy of L&I. This pump jack scaffold collapsed and seriously injured an experienced worker because it was set up using nails to secure the bracing to the roof instead of the screws specified by the scaffold manufacturer

This pump jack scaffold collapsed and seriously injured an experienced worker because it was set up using nails to secure the bracing to the roof instead of the screws specified by the scaffold manufacturer.

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