Demo dangers: Knowledge is the key to staying safe during demolition

|  April 14, 2014 |

The Accident: An ironworker for a steel erection company was performing demolition work on a hollow block wall inside a building. An opening had been cut in the wall for a doorway, leaving 16 inches on either side, and leaving the header beam suspended without support.

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