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  • Extremely Dangerous Operator Excavator Fails ! Idiots

    Construction Worker Killed During Excavation Project

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  • Worker Killed When a Section of Pipeline Crashed …

    Jun 22, 2017 · Division of Safety Research •• • 1095 Willowdale Road Morgantown, West Virginia 26505 Phone:(304)285-5916 Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation Program FACE June 22, 2017 FACE Report Number 2013-05 Worker Killed When a Section of Pipeline Crashed Through Excavator

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  • eLCOSH : Vehicles & Heavy Equipment case study

    Apr 12, 2000 · Consider using additional safety devices on heavy equipment to warn workers of a backing vehicle and to warn drivers when someone is in their blind spot. This Case Study is based on an actual California incident. For. details, refer to California Dept. of Health Services, Occupational. Health Branch, Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation.

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  • Construction Workplace Injuries: Injured by an Excavator

    Jun 27, 2017 · Between 1992-2000, there have been 346 deaths caused by excavators or backhoe loaders in the United States. Two of the most common causes are being …

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  • Occupational Fatalities During Trenching and Excavation

    The FACE investigation indicated an absence of protective equipment or precautions (e.g., no trench box, benching, sloping, or shoring) that could have prevented the collapse of the trench. Case 2. In May 2003, a Hispanic male pipe layer aged 23 years died after being struck by the teeth of an excavator bucket while in a trench (5). The pipe

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  • A case study analysis of fatal incidents involving

    Sep 02, 2013 · – The paper analyses the nature and causes of fatal incidents involving excavators occurring in the Australian construction industry. A three-level incident causation model developed by researchers at Loughborough University forms the theoretical framework for this analysis, which seeks to identify immediate circumstances, shaping factors and originating influences in selected incidents

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  • Brief Analysis of Site Accident Cases

    Case (5) A metal bar falling from height. Brief Description of Case . After completing the water pump works, an electrician stayed on an uncovered podium of a building without wearing a safety helmet. A metal bar of about 1.8m long and 10mm in diameter fell from height and hit his head. Illustration of Accident . Cause of Accident

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  • Brief Analysis of Site Accident Cases

    Case (5) A metal bar falling from height. Brief Description of Case . After completing the water pump works, an electrician stayed on an uncovered podium of a building without wearing a safety helmet. A metal bar of about 1.8m long and 10mm in diameter fell from height and hit his head. Illustration of Accident . Cause of Accident

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  • Types of Work Accident Cases — Common Causes | The Krist

    Maritime, oil and gas, construction, rail, trucking, longshore, refinery, manufacturing and other types of workers face risks every day on the job when they work with heavy equipment, hazardous chemicals, or extreme conditions. Some common causes of Texas work-related accidents include: Failure to maintain equipment. Lack of proper safety gear.

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  • Case Studies in Safety: A Great Training Tool - EHS Daily

    Nov 06, 2011 · Case studies are a great safety training tool. It's like CSI. Employees can really get involved examining the evidence and seeing why an accident occurred. Safety case studies are fun, challenging, interactive, and a highly effective training method. Armed with the knowledge they gain from examining the facts of real workplace accidents, workers can learn […]

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  • Trenching and Excavation | NIOSH | CDC

    U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data show that 271 workers died in trenching or excavation cave-ins from 2000 through 2006. A review of multiple national databases by NIOSH researchers found that trenching and excavation hazards during construction activities resulted in 488 deaths between 1992 and 2000 – an average of 54 fatalities each year.

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  • Trenching and Excavation | NIOSH | CDC

    U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data show that 271 workers died in trenching or excavation cave-ins from 2000 through 2006. A review of multiple national databases by NIOSH researchers found that trenching and excavation hazards during construction activities resulted in 488 deaths between 1992 and 2000 – an average of 54 fatalities each year.

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  • Excavator operator jailed over fatal site accident

    Oct 17, 2019 · Excavator operator jailed over fatal site accident 17 Oct 19 The sole director of a company has been given a 10-month jail sentence after an excavator he was operating killed an employee.

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  • Patient Falls: Healthcare Case Study

    Tethered to equipment Vision Impairment Orthostatic hypotension Why worry about falls –Patient Safety/ Patient Services National Quality Forum/ AHRQ/ Other Studies •Every fall represents risk of injury. •30-50% of falls result in injury, disability or death. •Falls not involving injury can result in psychological consequences and raise

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  • (PDF) Case study analysis of construction excavator H&S

    (PDF) Case study analysis of construction excavator H&S

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  • Man Dies After Excavator Falls Into Ravine In Sutton – CBS

    Sep 29, 2020 · SUTTON (CBS) – A man was killed when the excavator he was operating tumbled hundreds of feet down a ravine in Sutton Tuesday afternoon. First responders rushed to Leland Hill Road around 4 p.m

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  • Health and Safety Case in Forestry and Arboriculture: Case

    Terms and practises used in forestry and arboriculture. A 'sink cut' is a triangular cut made near to the base of the trunk in the side of the tree that the tree is intended to fall. It should be made at an angle of approximately 45 degrees. A 'felling cut' is the horizontal cut made into the rear of the tree, just above and towards the sink cut. The felling cut should stop before it meets the

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  • CASE Construction Equipment

    CASE sells and supports a full line of construction equipment around the world, including backhoe loaders, excavators, wheel loaders, dozers, skid steer loaders, compaction equipment, forklifts, motor graders and tractor loaders. Through CASE Construction Equipment dealers, customers have access to a true professional partner with world-class equipment and aftermarket support, industry-leading

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  • Case Studies of Major Industrial Accidents

    Industrial accidents (non-mining) Numbers of, and losses from, major non-mining industrial accidents in Europe 1998-2009 –339 major accidents reported to Major Accident Reporting System (MARS)* under Seveso II Directive and other EU legislation –at least 22 major accidents were reported to have caused "ecological harm"

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  • Technical Advisory for Safe Operation of Lifting Equipment

    Case Studies of Accidents Involving Lifting Equipment Case Study 1 Worker Crushed by Dislodged Electrical Distribution Board The Incident The worker and a lorry crane operator were unloading scrap metal materials using a lorry crane. While the worker was on the deck of the lorry guiding a scrap

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