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Working in construction can be a risky job, more so than many other functions out there. Certainly if you spend your time on a construction site, you risk more than if you were an office worker. As a general contractor, you may face many types of risk, even fatal injuries, on a daily basis. This could happen from falling in a hole, touching electrical connections, high rise locations, and so on. But thankfully there are ways to reduce the chance of injury, and tips you can use to help keep you safe, regardless what type of work you do as a general contractor. By keeping these tips in mind, you will ensure a brighter and longer future, allowing you to keep working and not face a constant death sentence as you do.