Falling while you’re cleaning the gutters or hanging a picture, or at work in the line of duty, represents a huge risk of injury. OSHA can become involved if incidents are severe and insurance and medical payments can quickly get out of hand. Take these simple steps to make sure your step up the ladder is safe.
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