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    Resources | Video | Construction

    Construction videos put a ‘face’ on NIOSH reports

    January 15, 2014

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    Silver Spring, MD – The Center for Construction Research and Training recently released three training videos based on NIOSH Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation Reports, also known as FACE Reports.

    The short videos describe real-life construction incidents – including site conditions and background of the crew – and then show what actions led to the fatality. The incidents involve an aluminum ladder making contact with power lines, a worker falling from a ladder while washing windows and a trench collapse.