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Clark Construction demonstrates fall safety in the nation's capital
(June 5, 2014)
Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Dr. David Michaels addresses crowd of workers standing-down at the National Museum of African American History worksite.
Regional Safety Director for Clark Construction Jamie Kaiser and Spanish translator lead a talk on fall safety.
Dr. Michaels emphasizes the importance of fall protection in construction.
Safety demonstrator George Stallings, shows workers different types of fall arrest systems.
Clark Construction worker models a properly-fitted safety harness.
George Stallings points out the dangers of an ill-fitted harness.
Site of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture being built by Clark Construction.
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