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National Safety Stand-Down Find Out More! Highlights NEW Narrow Frame Scaffolds (PDF*). OSHA Fact Sheet 3722, (2014, April). NEW Material Hoist Collapse (PDF*). OSHA FATAL Facts No. 8, (2014). NEW F
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