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    OSHA-NSC case study focuses on construction falls

    January 16, 2013

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    As part of the National Safety Council’s alliance agreement with OSHA, NSC recently finalized a case study (.pdf file) focused on preventing falls from heights in construction. Valuable information on hazard recognition, use of personal protective equipment, forklifts and scaffolds all can be found in this free study.

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