According to preliminary data from OSHA, fall protection was the most cited violation for 2020 — the 10th year in a row. 

Unfortunately, there’s more to worry about than just citations here. Fatal falls to a lower level have been steadily rising since 2011, reaching 401 in 2019, accounting for more than 1 in 3 construction deaths that year.  

These deaths are preventable, and it’s incumbent upon employers to ensure that protections are in place and their workers are trained in fall safety. Download our new guide, Falling up: How to counteract the increase in deadly falls on construction sites, for tips for reducing fall injuries and deaths on your construction sites.

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