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JLC • NEW ENGLAND EDITION • JULY 1995 JLC • NEW ENGLAND EDITION • JULY 1995 You come back from a run to the hardware store to find your job site in chaos. Ambulance lights are flashing, radios are crackling, and paramedics are carrying your top carpenter away on a stretcher. A jumble of thoughts rushes through your mind: What happened? Is he going to be okay? I'll have to call his wife. Could I have prevented this? What's this going to do to my business? Maybe you couldn't have prevented it, and maybe you could have. Either way, a catastrophic accident will bring your job to a grinding halt — and dealing with it