Working in areas with overhead hazards can pose serious safety risks to workers. Overhead hazards include any object or material that may fall from above and strike a worker. Examples of overhead hazards include falling tools or equipment, debris, and building materials.
Here are some safety tips for working in areas with overhead hazards:
By following these safety tips, workers can minimize the risks associated with working in areas with overhead hazards and stay safe on the job.
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