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Construction sites can be dangerous places for both workers and visitors. There are endless hazards, ranging from large machinery to heavy materials onsite. For this reason, it is essential for risk assessments to be carried out and for safety procedures to be followed at all times.
Written by
Liliana Alvarez
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Evening_tao
Pool safety begins in the design phase, with considerations such as installing proper barriers, implementing anti-slip surfaces, and setting appropriate pool depths. Additionally, effective lighting, a functional drainage system, and readily available lifesaving equipment all contribute to a safer pool environment.
Written by
Julia Hanley
Photography
Lissete Laverde
Construction sites are known to be hotspots for potential accidents. The work is high-risk by nature. Common construction worker injuries include falls from heights leading to fractures or head injuries, muscle strains from lifting heavy objects, cuts and punctures from tools, and back injuries due to repetitive tasks.
Written by
Georgy Nikolin
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