How Preventative Maintenance Improves Construction Worker Safety

March 1, 2021
Talmage Wagstaff - Construction Executive

Falls are the leading cause of death in construction and can cause serious trauma to the body at minimum depending on the height the employee is falling from. It can be difficult to spot hazards on a construction site when one is looking with an untrained eye, however, a quick sweep of most any construction site will reveal a great number of machines that need to be properly maintained and calibrated in order to continue to safely operate.

From the largest tower crane to the fleet of pickups used to haul materials between jobs, there are many pieces of equipment that need to have preventative maintenance performed in order to ensure that everything runs smoothly and safely.

Reprinted courtesy of Talmage Wagstaff, Construction Executive, a publication of Associated Builders and Contractors. All rights reserved.



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