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Another tragic NYC construction death -- on a nonunion job site

Anyone who has spent time working construction in New York will tell you that accidents happen, even when workers do their best to stay safe. Falls, which are often deadly, can occur on both union and nonunion job sites, but nonunion workers often have less safety training and protection than their union counterparts.

NYC construction worker deaths: Why New York's "Scaffold Law" is important

We have talked in previous posts about the alarming rise of construction-related deaths in New York City. Many of the city's recent fatal accidents have involved falls and falling machinery. There is a painful feeling among workers, workers' families and worker advocates that some of the accidents could have been prevented.

NYC construction worker deaths: Why are we skimping on safety during a building boom?

Construction workers are dying in increasing numbers. A recent New York Times opinion piece threw out a shocking number: There were 31 New York City construction fatalities, most of them on nonunion worksites, in the last two years.

When profit overrides safety: NYC construction deaths in windy conditions

As sad as it seems, some fatal construction accidents are preventable. In New York City, there is a long and significant history of catastrophic construction accidents that have one problematic thing in common: windy conditions under which people probably shouldn't have been working in the first place. 

Police investigate whether safety violations lead to recent construction worker's death

When walking around New York City, everywhere you look, signs indicate that the city is in the midst of a building boom. From soaring cranes and towering scaffolding structures to walled off massive construction sites, signs of development and renovation are obvious and hard to ignore. While the local construction industry's prosperity is often regarded as a positive sign of a burgeoning local and national economy, the recent death of a construction worker in Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood has again raised concerns about construction safety in the city.

The damage done in New York City by drunk drivers

Every season of the year has its own big holidays: summer has the Fourth of July and Labor Day. Autumn is filled with Halloween and Thanksgiving. Winter gives us Christmas, New Year's and the celebration of Martin Luther King's birthday, while the end of spring is marked by Memorial Day.

A look back at New York City car accident history

It has been 115 years since Henry H. Bliss stepped down from a New York City streetcar and into the pages of history books. The unfortunate man was run over by an electric taxi cab, dying of his injuries the next day.  

Man struck by backhoe as NYC focuses on pedestrian accidents

New York City is dealing with an increased number of pedestrian accidents. In the first two weeks of 2014 alone, seven pedestrians were killed in the city, and one more pedestrian recently died after being struck by a backhoe in Brighton Beach.

Construction jobs are among the nation's deadliest occupations

Construction sites of all kinds present serious dangers, including construction accidents caused by falls, heavy machinery and weather. It's no wonder, then, that construction-related occupations made up three of the top 10 deadliest jobs in the U.S., according to information released by the Bureau of Labor statistics.

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