Focus Four Hazards Campaign 

Out of 5147 worker fatalities in private industry in calendar year 2017, 971 or 21% were in construction―that is, one in five worker deaths last year were in construction. The leading causes of worker deaths on construction sites were falls, followed by struck-by, electrocution, and caught-in/between. These "Fatal Four" hazards were responsible for well over half (60%) of the construction worker deaths in 2017*, according to BLS reports.

Eliminating these Four Hazards would save 582 workers' lives each year .

We encourage you and your leadership to participate in this four month cooperative initiative.

Electrical Safety Tool Box Talks (PDF)
Working Safely with Electricity (PDF)
Electrical Safety Quick Card (PDF)
Working Safely Around Downed Electrical Wires (PDF)
Electrical Safety Hazards of Overloading Cable Trays (PDF)

Falls: General Protection and Awareness (PDF)
Preventing Falls From Ladders (PDF)
Preventing Falls From Scaffolding (PDF)
How do we prevent falls through skylights and holes? (PDF)
How do we prevent falls from aerial lifts? (PDF)
Preventing Falls From Equipment (PDF)
Fall Protection Equipment Inspections (PDF)

How Can We Be Safe Around Equipment? (PDF)
Struck-by Incident (PDF)
Work Zone Driving (PDF)
Equipment and Falling Objects (PDF)
Working Safely Around and/or Securing Loads (PDF)
Head Protection (PDF)
Preventing Runovers and Backovers (PDF)
Road Work at Night (PDF)

How can you prevent trench cave- ins? (PDF)
Safely performing maintenance on site equipment. (PDF)
How can you safely work near moving/energized parts. (PDF)
Preventing Injuries from Skid Steer Loader (PDF)
Working Safely Around Cranes and Material Handling Operations (PDF)
Demolition Safety (PDF)