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On average, 77 concrete and masonry construction workers die on the job each year in the United States. (BLS)
The top violation cited in the concrete construction industry is respiratory protection. (OSHA)
The leading cause of death among bricklayers and masons is falling to a lower level. (The Center for Construction Research & Training)
Accidental overdoses from drugs and alcohol at work increased 25% between 2016 and 2017. (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics).
Mining industry workers have the highest rates of heavy alcohol use, with construction workers having the second highest rates. (Source: SAMHSA).
Over $740 billion are lost annually from the abuse of tobacco, alcohol, and illegal drugs in the form of health care costs, reduce work productivity, and crime. (Source: Drugabuse.gov).