April 2019 Quicktakes

OSHA Assists Tornado Recovery Efforts in Alabama and Georgia

Tree and electrical lines

In response to a March 3 tornado that caused severe damage in Alabama and Georgia, OSHA dispatched staff to help protect workers involved in recovery and cleanup efforts in the most affected communities. OSHA staff performed interventions, participated in safety briefings, distributed OSHA publications, and addressed key hazards including falls, struck-by injuries, and lack of personal protective equipment. OSHA’s Emergency Preparedness and Response page offers more information on hazards and resources.

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