Posted February 02, 2019 02:14:46 If you have a construction job, you may have heard of the death toll.
If you haven’t, you’re probably wondering what’s going on with your loved ones.
Construction is a major cause of death in the U.S., killing nearly 3,500 people each year.
A growing number of people say their loved ones are the ones they want to go out and see.
The numbers of construction workers in the country are on the rise.
But what about their families?
The National Construction Safety Team has compiled a list of some of the most dangerous jobs, including: a hazardous materials handling plant in Georgia, a fire station in Louisiana, and a construction site in Texas.
The safety team’s data has been collected over the past five years and it shows the dangers of construction work.
The group also points out that some of these jobs are more dangerous than others.
Here are the 10 worst jobs in the construction industry.
HANOVER, N.H. Construction Safety Training Center: This company has two locations, Hanover, New Hampshire, and Salem, New Jersey.
The Hanover site is the only one in the state that can handle construction workers.
The company has a facility at a former gas station that houses about 100 workers.
At Hanover construction site, workers will put together pieces of equipment, and workers will have to put in more work, such as lifting and unloading trucks, cutting lumber, and drilling holes.
There is no fire escape and the facility has limited ventilation.
Workers have to wear breathing equipment.
The fire escapes and ventilation is not safe, according to the group.
The facility also has an industrial design that can kill someone.
Workers in the facility have to sign a contract that outlines their job responsibilities.
The contract also specifies how much work they are allowed to do at any time.
Workers are required to wear protective equipment, but the group said there are no fire escapes or ventilation.
KANAKHOVSKY, COLOMBIA Construction Safety training facility: Construction workers at this construction site near the town of Kanakovo, on the eastern coast of Georgia, are expected to be working in large-scale construction projects.
The workers will be building a highway and an electrical substation.
Workers will be able to walk or cycle along the site, but they will not be able climb trees.
The Kanakokovo site has a structure that is not fire-safe.
Workers also are required by the contract to wear a breathing apparatus and to wear safety helmets.
There are no ventilation systems, and the safety workers have to have a fire extinguisher at all times.
Workers at the Kanakoka facility must wear a hazmat suit, but there are none available.
There were no safety hazards found in the Kanakinovo facility, according the safety team.
Construction safety training facility and construction shop: Construction employees at this facility in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, will work in small-scale, temporary structures.
Workers must wear protective gear and a mask.
The site is not designed to withstand a fire.
Workers work in pairs and there are only four exits to the site.
The Harrisburg site is located about 1,100 miles east of Philadelphia.
There has been an increase in construction accidents, according a recent study.
Workers were exposed to more toxins and more heat than usual, according workers.
There was also a spike in heat-related deaths.
The location has a fire escape, but it is not equipped with a fire sprinkler system, according Workers have no fire exit, but fire sprinklers are available in the Harrisburg facility, but are not mandatory, according Toilet facilities are not required in Harrisburgh, but employees are required in the Pennsylvania facility, and they must use an escape route to the toilet, according.
Workers say they are exposed to high levels of chemicals and the heat is very high.
Workers report working with chemicals on the site and using the facility’s ventilation system.
Construction training facility, construction shop, and construction site: This facility is located in Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
The Bridgewater site is a temporary construction site and has been used to train construction workers to do temporary construction work, according The site also has no fire exits and ventilation systems.
Workers wear breathing gear and masks, but not required fire-retardant equipment, according there are ventilation systems and a fire-escape, but workers are not allowed to climb trees, according of the safety group.
There have been several construction site deaths.
Workers said they have to use a fire break, which has been banned on the Bridgewater site.
Workers reported they were exposed more toxins than usual.
Construction equipment: This site in Kentucky is used for construction equipment and is not a fire hazard.
The construction site has no ventilation system, and there is no safety hazard, according this group.
Workers use a safety belt and