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Construction sites continue to be one the most dangerous places to work in the United States. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulates construction activities through a baseline set of safety standards for employers to follow, however, they can be confusing when applying them to the actual work activities on a construction site, or when attempting to determine the responsible parties in the wake of a construction incident. 

When construction fatalities or injuries occur, and ultimately result in litigation, you need an expert to help navigate the OSHA laws and how they apply to your case.  The S-E-A Construction Safety team has the training and experience you require. Important considerations of the party’s interests including controlling, correcting, exposing, and creating employers, etc. are evaluated.

The team is comprised of professionals holding specialized qualifications to fit your needs, including Certified Safety Professionals (CSPs), former construction site safety directors, certified mobile crane and boom truck operators, certified scaffolding experts, boom and scissor lift operators, and many more.

They employ the most advanced engineering and scientific principles, state-of-the-art techniques and experience-based investigation procedures in identifying and assessing jobsite hazards, roles and responsibilities of general contractors, property owners, subcontractors, equipment manufacturers, safety managers and other entities involved in construction site safety.