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    :: Saturday, October 15, 2005 ::

    OSHA's 'Top 10 List' Points to Priority of Fatal Falls Hazards - Occupational Hazards
    This year, as last year, Fall Protection, general requirements, was the third-most frequently violated OSHA standard and the number of violations in 2005 shot up more than 15 percent from last year, another possible indication of how seriously OSHA takes fall hazards. The data also may suggest that fall hazards remain all-too common in the U.S. workplace.
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