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June 2019 Archives

Fatal construction site injury claims life of 38-year-old worker

According to the Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the recent incident that claimed the life of a worker in St. Paul is the fourth fatal workplace accident so far this year. A spokesperson for the agency says an investigation was launched on the day following the accident. Reportedly, struck-by accidents are the most common cause of occupational fatalities in Minnesota.

Trench safety can limit construction site injuries

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration reminds all the role players in the construction industry of the importance of trench and excavation safety by organizing a stand down during June each year. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says, despite these efforts, a significant number of fatalities and construction site injuries are caused by cave-ins in Minnesota and across the country each year. The week of June 17 to 21 will be dedicated to trench safety this year.

Highway work-zone fatalities too common

It’s said that Minnesota has two seasons: winter and road construction. With miles of roadwork underway this summer, that aphorism is proving truer than ever. While highway construction can be annoying, for those who build, maintain and upgrade our infrastructure, the work can be deadly.


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