On June 5, 2019, four people doing masonry work on a building in Bordertown fell 50 feet to the ground when the scaffolding collapsed. The four construction workers were taken to a hospital to be treated for serious injuries. OSHA was notified of the accident and responded at the scene. Read the rest »
Workplace accidents at construction sites are a frightening occurrence that can permanently impact the victims. New Jersey has stiff laws in place that protect construction workers, but many injuries still go unreported and those who suffer avoidable injuries often don’t receive the compensation they are entitled to. Read the rest »
For all the dangerous activity going on, most construction sites are safe places to work. That is because of the countless safety inspections, routines, and reviews that go on. From the moment a worker steps onto the site to the moment they leave, every step is taken with safety in mind. When an accident happens at a construction site, it’s usually the result of many failures happening at once. This may have been the case in a recent scaffolding collapse in Hackensack. Read the rest »
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