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Getting everyone on board that safety is not adverse to production has always been a challenge in the construction industry, yet there is a direct correlation between enhanced safety results and increased profits. (Credit: yuttana Contributor Studio/Shutterstock) Getting everyone on board that safety is not adverse to production has always been a challenge in the construction industry, yet there is a direct correlation between enhanced safety results and increased profits. (Credit: yuttana Contributor Studio/Shutterstock)

Construction is consistently ranked as one of the riskiest industries in America. Fluid workforces, high-risk scenarios, and a communication disconnect between the home office and the front-line workforce all contribute to the possibility of serious injury or even death among its workforce. While the industry has come a long way in the past ten years, data shows productivity has remained stagnant.

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