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How to Maintain a Clean and Safe New York Construction Site

Your construction site is busy. The pace if fast and there is always something that needs to be done. There is always a deadline to meet. It may seem like the last thing that you want to do every day is clean up after yourself. However, keeping your construction site clean may be one of the most important things that you can do to prevent injury.

What to Do to Maintain Order on Your Construction Site

You can provide materials and debris from becoming a significant danger to you and your colleagues by:

  • Putting everything where it belongs as soon as possible. If you are done with something then put it away or throw it out so that it doesn't become a hazard.
  • Keeping the site neat while you are working can be done by stacking materials to the side and making sure tools are in a safe place.
  • Picking up all nails and other sharp objects often.

Generally, your goal is to clean up after yourself as quickly as possible so as to avoid injuries.

Call a Construction Injury Lawyer in New York if You've Been Hurt

While the rules may seem simple in a blog post, they are not always as simple to execute on the job site when you are in a rush and have many things to attend to at the same time. Thus, it is important to know that you may be able to recover damages if you were hurt in a New York or New Jersey construction site accident. To find out more about your rights and possible recovery, please contact our experienced New York construction injury accident lawyers today at 1-800-362-9329 and please read our free pamphlet, Hurt in a Construction Accident? You're Not Alone.

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