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Work-site injuries aren’t as numerous as in the past

The likelihood of a construction worker being injured on the job is significantly lower than ten years ago. That’s not by accident.  So says Rachel Rutland, director of safety and health for Associated General Contractors of Mississippi. “I think it’s all about training and more awareness by the industry,” she said.  “Training in itself has ...

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