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Is It Time to Rethink Your Head Protection?

In the late 1960s, prior to the Occupational Safety and Health Act’s existence, 14,000 workers were dying as the result of workplace injuries each year. By 2020, the number of workplace fatalities had fallen to just shy of 5,000—a roughly 60 percent decline.

This decline demonstrates the value that OSHA and the resulting focus on workplace safety provides to both employees and employers, but there remains room for improvement, particularly in the construction space.

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