Falls are the leading cause of deaths and injuries in the construction industry. Any workers who is at a height of six feet or above is at risk of falling and sustaining serious injuries.
March 25, 2020
February 26, 2020
Workplace falls are more common than you’d think, especially if you’re working at a warehouse or in the construction sector. In fact, 40,000 workers get injured in Canada annually from falls. Construction and manufacturing companies often conduct training for fall safety and prevention. While in-depth training modules to prevent and provide first aid after falls are
January 26, 2019
Since construction workers and window cleaners often work at elevated platforms, at times hundreds of feet above, they are always at the risks of injuries. In fact, liability charges, civil claims, delays in work and negative work morale are all common in this these industries.
While at a younger age you may quickly recover from a fall, your elderly is more prone to sustain serious injuries. They’re more likely to experience falls because of degraded senses and disorientation. Falls are the leading cause of injuries in the elderly in Canada .The aging process renders the bones and muscles weak, making them susceptible