Owners and Contractors Take Aim at 128-Year-Old Scaffolding Law

In 1885 New York State legislators enacted a law intended to safeguard construction workers who were finding themselves facing increasing dangers while working at ever-greater heights. The law, which became known as the Scaffold Law, requires employers on building sites to ensure the safety of laborers working above the ground.

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