Construction's Fatal Four Hazards
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A construction jobsite can be dangerous and contains hazards that can quickly injure or kill construction workers. Due to the nature of construction work, these hazards are constantly changing as the construction project enters and completes the various stages of construction. Known as the "Fatal Four" or the "Focus Four," these hazards include: Struck-By Hazards, Caught-In or Caught-Between Hazards, Fall Hazards, and Electrocution Hazards. All construction workers must be aware of these "Fatal Four Hazards" and follow the safe work practices and procedures required to prevent construction-related injuries and fatalities.
- The four most common causes of injuries and fatalities in construction
- How PPE can provide critical protection on a job site
- Reminders to remain aware of where you are at all times on the job site
- Electrocution hazards
- Safe ladder use
This program features a compilation of topical microlearnings. To view each microlearning individually, select Microlearning Collection: Construction's Fatal Four Hazards.