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Contacting OSHA for construction accidents

There are countless potential hazards on a construction site, but this is why workers require so much safety equipment and such extensive training. Employers are obliged to do all they can to protect their employees from harm and to remove risks where possible. Unfortunately, all too many things slip through the net and workers in Pennsylvania are endangered every day by inadequate safety gear, a lack of training and failures on the part of their employer. 

Falling items, collapsing structures and even malfunctioning equipment can all cause injuries. Safety gear can protect you from a limited amount of damage, but many of the items used on a construction site are extremely heavy, so if they are improperly secured or transported, they could cause devastating harm.

As this article on personal injury explains, construction accidents are a common occurrence, yet this should not have to be the case. An incident like this could leave you seriously injured and in need of long-term care. You may be unable to return to work for a prolonged period or even be left permanently disabled. As such, it is vital to report dangers as soon as you notice them and be prepared to go to OSHA if your employer neglects to remedy the situation.

Working in construction has its risks, but that does not mean that you should have to feel unsafe at work. If you have been harmed or injured in any way as a result of your job, it is time to take action. An attorney can suggest options that may be suited to your situation and might be able to assist you in choosing the path that's best for you. He or she may also be able to support you if you decide to make a claim and help you pursue the compensation you deserve.

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