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Falls are a leading cause of workplace fatalities, and many more workers are injured every year in falls from heights. Injuries that don't result in death are often disabling. Fall protection regulations are among the most frequently cited during OSHA inspections of construction sites. OSHA regulations require you to take specific precautions to protect employees who work at heights (29 CFR 1926.500-503, 1926.1053).

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