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Video: Aerial Work Platform Fatalities and State of Prevention

Posted on May 10, 2014   |   1446 views

Tim Whiteman, president of aerial-work-platform safety association IPAF, talks about how the 30-year-old organization's fatal-accident database is driving its safety-training efforts and identifies the most common causes of aerial work platform fatalities. The video is by ForConstructionPros.com.

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