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Project Fatality: Now What? (Part 4)

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PART FOUR: Crisis Planning More Generally This is the fourth and last of a multi-part series regarding project fatalities and related considerations for construction companies. Authored by Attorney Neil S. Lowenstein, nlowenstein@vanblacklaw.com; 757-446-8672 There is no “one shoe fits all” for...

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Project Fatality: Now What? (Part 3)

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PART THREE: Conducting Fatality Accident Investigations This is the third of a multi-part series regarding project fatalities and related considerations for construction companies.           Accident investigation should begin as soon as possible. Typically, companies will want to appoint an accident...

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Project Fatality: Now What? (Part 2)

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PART TWO: Implementing Your Fatality Response Plan This is the second of a multi-part series regarding project fatalities and related considerations for construction companies. Besides dealing with those regulatory requirements, employers also have the practicalities of dealing with multiple other...

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Project Fatality: Now What? (Part 1)

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PART ONE: Having a Fatality Response Plan This is the first of a multi-part series regarding project fatalities and related considerations for construction companies. Construction is inherently dangerous, and varying aspects of construction activities even more so. That specter of danger can, even...

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