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Roadside Worker Safety

Roadside Worker Safety

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Workers on roadway construction sites are exposed to low visibility, severe weather, and traffic from the road and heavy construction equipment, making the job extremely hazardous. While they have safety training, the drivers on the road do not, so it is important to behave accordingly.

In 2012, 130 worker fatalities happened on road construction sites, with 67 percent of these involving a pedestrian worker being stuck by a vehicle, often at night.

Safe Practices For Site Supervisors:

Safe Practices For Roadside Workers:

Safe Practices For Roadside Vehicle & Equipment Operators:

Until next time, stay positive and stay safe.

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