US Contractors, Insurers Seem to be Ignoring Some Safety Improvements in Construction

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Article 0 Comments Many American construction firms are failing to implement obvious and inexpensive safety measures that could save lives, reduce injuries and avoid costly insurance claims. And many insurers are not nudging their insured contractors to be proactive and preventive. “It’s usually not until after the fact, after something happens,” said TJ Lyons, a…

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