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Admit it — you've all done some really dumb things on site. Maybe you were in a hurry to close in before nightfall or bad weather set in; maybe you didn't have the right equipment or were too tired to walk all the way out to your truck; maybe you honestly thought you could get by without an extra pair of hands to help you; or maybe you just thought that an accident couldn't happen to you. Construction sites are inherently dangerous, and hazards abound at every phase of the job, from the deep trenches and heavy equipment during excavation and concrete work to the high-wire work during framing and roofing, and everything in between. It doesn't take long