Safety Hazards to Workers in Modular Home Construction

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Language: English
Producer: West Virginia University
Running Time: 6 minutes 17 seconds
Acquisition Information: Mark Fullen
West Virginia University
Cost: $5.00
Intended Audience: Modular home installers
Description: A 6-minute video on hazards in modular home construction, produced by the Safety and Health Extension, West Virginia University, as part of research, Safety Hazards to Workers in Modular Home Construction. Covers common construction hazards such as ladder use, but also hazards tied to modular home work, such as more-frequent chain saw use, riding on tilt-up roofs while they're raised (without fall protection), and risks of crushing while standing under homes as they're placed on foundations.

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