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Center for Construction Research and Training Construction site safety Construction worker safety Construction workers Roadway worker safety Work zone safety Workplace fatalities Photo: Cathy Morrizon, staff photographer, Missouri Department of Transportation Silver Spring, MD — A total of construction workers were killed at road construction sites from through — more than twice the combined total for all other industries combined — according to a recent report from the Center for Construction Research and Training, also known as CPWR. About half of those fatalities resulted from workers being struck by vehicles or mobile equipment, the report states, and nearly three-fourths of the workers killed were employed in the highway, street and bridge subsector. Other findings: The number of road construction worker deaths rose to in from a period-low 72 in — a 43 percent increase. Workers operating as crossing guards had the highest fatality rate, at The months with the most fatal incidents were October endorsement or commercial purposes. Please acknowledge the source as'Safety Handbook for Construction Site Workers', published by the Labour Department. Connections to the City:The Job Site as Home By restricting the mobility of migrant workers, mediated employment shapes the development of migrants' social. Impacts due to air- and waterbome releases. Worker This section presents estimates of the dose to the workers on the WNYNSC Site during decommissioning...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑