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    New toolbox talks address construction falls

    April 3, 2013

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    Portland, OR – Oregon Health & Science University recently released a series of toolbox talks on preventing construction falls.

    Topics include a 7-foot scaffold fall (.pdf file), roofing materials crushing a worker (.pdf file), a fall down an elevator shaft (.pdf file) and a load of lumber shifting and falling on a worker (.pdf file).

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