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National Safety Stand Down Application

By on Apr 11, 2016 in Updates |

As a campaign partner, Harness, a company that provides modern solutions for managing safety and health, developed a new mobile app that gives contractors and workers easy access to Stand-Down materials from stopconstructionfalls.com and beyond while on the jobsite.  The app also allows users to share activities and post photos from their stand-downs.  Download it through the Apple or Android app stores, or at...

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Toolbox Talks Now Available in Spanish

By on Mar 8, 2016 in Updates |

CPWR’s Toolbox Talks are now available in Spanish. They are: Prevencion de Caidas desde Andamios Caidas – Escaleras Extensibles Escaleras de Tijeras Prevencion de Caidas desde Techos Jirafas Maquinarias: Como Subirse y Bajarse Caidas: Proteccion General y Concientizacion Caidas desde Vehiculos en Movimiento Caidas por Agujeros y Aberturas You can see more Spanish materials over at our Spanish...

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Fatality Map 2015 Updated

By on Feb 12, 2016 in Updates |

The Fatality Map has been updated to include all of 2015. If you’re interested in viewing the data or other information relating to our Fatality Maps, see the Fatality Mapping Project page. If you are aware of a recent work-related construction fatality, please email fatalitymap@cpwr.com to let us...

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Two new articles on the 2016 Stand-Down

By on Feb 12, 2016 in Updates |

ISHN and Safety + Health Magazine are both covering the 2016 National Safety Stand-Down to prevent falls in construction. From ISHN: Falls are the top cause of construction fatalities and account for 1/3 of on-the-job injuries and deaths in the industry. The Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and OSHA are continuing the partnership they began in 2012 to raise awareness of ways to prevent falls. From Safety and Health Magazine: Worker involvement in the stand-downs grew from 770,000 in 2014 to more than 1 million in 2015 – a 35 percent increase, according to the CPWR report. However, these figures are based on an OSHA database in which participants printed out completion certificates. CPWR estimates the true number of worker participants reached in 2015 alone was about 2.5 million....

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