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Slips and Falls

- Slips, Trips and Falls In Construction

A “foot-level fall” is when the person falls to the same level on which they are walking or standing.

You should not wait for someone else to clean up a spill.

Metal heel plates on heels of shoes and boots are not hazardous.

Trip hazards can be cables, ropes, tools and boxes.

Poor housekeeping is not a cause for tripping.

People trip and fall because of ________.

Cables, hoses, ropes and wires should be laid ______.

When working with ladders, be sure they are ________ with firm footing.

When using scaffolds, make sure there are ______ to prevent falls.

When working above ground and not protected by guardrails, use ________.


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