3 hidden risks of working on a construction site

Construction is considered to be one of the most dangerous industries to work in. Tasks that need to be performed at a great height, such as scaffolding and roofing, can lead to fatal falls, while injuries are all too easily incurred while operating specialist tools and heavy machinery. In the UK alone, 45 construction workers were killed in a work-related accident in the last twelve months.

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