Standards for Shoring-Up Ditches: Find the Liability on Construction Cases



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In the U.S., more than 800 construction workers die every year while on the job. One of the most dangerous types of construction work is trenching, which kills, on average, 40 workers every year. Workers can suffer death or serious injury within minutes of being caught in a trench cave-in. But these deaths can be prevented.

OSHA rules and regulations (and perhaps other local and state rules) tell us what general contractors and sub-contractors must do to assure that the work can be done safely. Contractors have a responsibility to provide a safe workplace and required protective equipment. It will be undisputed by every credible expert in cases dealing with trench collapses that using the right type of protection saves lives and prevents serious injuries.

In this webinar, you will gain an understanding of the OSHA rules and regulations and learn how to find the liability on construction cases.

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