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New safety proposal has both fans and detractors

It's a hard argument to make that New York City construction laborers shouldn't receive more than the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) bare minimum of 10 hours of safety training. Yet that is what some open-shop construction industry leaders did when presented with the New York City Council's draft legislation to require additional safety training for workers.

Deceased construction workers' families still waiting on payment

Winning a wrongful death claim is supposed to be the last step of a process that's already long and traumatic enough for the families of those who have died in a construction accident. However, sometimes wealthy defendants use every trick they can to avoid paying up -- which drags out the suffering for the victims' families even longer.

Are drug and alcohol use behind many construction accidents?

How high is the crane operator doing the demolition of the building next to yours? How drunk is person driving the forklift around the site you work at? Is the supervisor too high to notice errors in the building process as the newest apartment complex being built?

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