Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on May 19, 2010 in Workers' Compensation
Construction site accidents occur at an alarming rate, and while many people will focus on which party or parties to attempt to hold responsible for injuries that occur as a result of these construction site accidents, others want to focus on what could help prevent this problem from continuing to spiral out of control. Of course, if you or someone you love has been harmed on an Arizona construction site accident, you need the help of an experienced Phoenix construction accident lawyer, but in the meantime, below are some ideas for how to minimize these accidents in the future.
According to OSHA, the United States Occupational Safety & Health Administration, the following issues represent the most common causes of construction site accidents:
Unfortunately, this list basically covers every aspect of construction work, which means that it would be difficult to identify a finite list of steps that could be taken that would substantially affect the number of construction site accidents.
However, the wide array of safety issues identified by the government does not eliminate the possibility that certain steps could be taken to improve matters. Below are a few examples of these steps:
Of course, there are any number of other steps that could be taken to help minimize AZ construction site accidents. Hopefully more of these steps will be taken, but if you or someone you love has been harmed in such an accident, you need to contact the Phoenix personal injury lawyers at Phillips Law Group today to schedule a free initial consultation.
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