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Be Wary Of Scaffolding On New York City Streets

New York City streets are covered in miles of scaffolding, and a lot of it is dangerous to be near. The stuff seems to be everywhere. Tall, precarious-looking structures of metal and wood are lined up all over the city’s more than 7,000 buildings with…

7 Signs A Senior Should Stop Driving

Senior citizens often want to keep driving as they age. They’ve been doing it for 50 years or more, and they want the freedom and independence that come along with it. Unfortunately, that does not mean it is safe. Did you know that senior citizens,…

Inspect Ladders Before, After Usage

Nearly 4,700 workers died on the job in 2016. Of those deaths, more than 21 percent were in the construction industry. Numbers like these emphasize that the industry must continue to focus on worker safety including training as well as wearing the proper personal protection…

Construction Worker Killed When Window Crushed Him

In March, a 34-year-old construction worker was killed at a work site in Jamaica, Queens. The site is one that is known to have had safety violations in the past, including 37 open violations that were issued by the Environmental Control Board. The brother-in-law of…

Safety Code Failures That Could Lead To Big Lawsuits

If you’re a landlord, you already know that you run some risks with premises liability laws. One slip-up on your part, and you could face a serious lawsuit from an injured tenant or guest. There are certain safety codes that you particularly want to make…



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