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Most Dangerous Jobs in Construction

There are many jobs out there that can result in fatalities, but these jobs are essential. Take this time to appreciate essential workers by learning more about them. Construction is one of the most dangerous areas to work in, with workers facing dangers every single day. Learn about the most dangerous jobs in construction and how certain scenarios are avoided.  

Roofers 

One of the most common causes of fatalities in construction is a result of working in high-rise buildings. An accident may occur due to high winds, winter weather, or a fire. This is why construction sites have plenty of fall protection to ensure the safety of roofers.  

Heavy Equipment Operators 

Another one of the most dangerous jobs in construction is that of a heavy equipment operator. Heavy equipment can be incredibly dangerous if operators aren’t trained in using it properly. There are also many safety guidelines and tips put into place to prevent these issues for those who work with excavators, bulldozers, and other pieces of equipment.  

Power Tool Workers 

Speaking of equipment, power tools are also an essential part of construction that can also cause various injuries. Like heavy equipment, workers need to know how to properly use the equipment and take advantage of the safety settings that are provided.  

Demolition 

Demolition is another part of construction that requires plenty of precaution. This is due to the unpredictability that can be a part of the job, which is why planning is essential. Technology has also improved the safety of the job with the use of demolition robots.  

Sewer Construction 

Those who work deep in sewers have a very dangerous job. There are instances where workers can get stuck in a sewer due to the tight spaces throughout. Preparation is the key with emergency routes planned, the proper tools, and various forms of communication.  

Electricians 

Electricians who are working on a construction project are also at risk on a site. Electrocution may occur due to improper wiring or inexperience. This is where proper training is the key to preventing an issue.  

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Ty Pier

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