Are you an eagle-eyed tradesman or a sloppy slacker?
See if you can spot the 10 hazards and safety risks on our building site.
There is one hazard on each level, but you only have three lives to get through all 10 levels. When you've finished, share your score on social and challege your mates.
That's not right. Stop slacking and have another go.
Head for heights
Hazard: Falls from heights are a common accident on building sites.
Solution: Unguarded floors should be clearly signposted with hazard markers. When you're working near an unguarded drop, a safety harness will protect you if you fall over the edge.
Hazard: Electric cabling, power tools and other electric components can cause electrocution.
Solution: Only a qualified electrician (or a supervised apprentice!) should touch the electrical systems, and ensure that the right safety measures are in place.
Look out below!
Hazard: Construction materials and tools that fall from heights can cause severe injuries and even death.
Solution: A hard hat should be worn at all times to protect you from falling objects.
Hazard: Getting hit by a site vehicle could put the brakes on your career.
Solution: Vehicle pathways should be clearly marked. Everyone on site should wear high visibility clothing.
Hazard: The number of trip hazards on a building site are too many to mention.
Solution: Slips, trips and falls can be avoided by putting anti-slip matting and hazard markers in areas where this is likely to happen.
What'd you say?
Hazard: The noise levels on a building site can cause permanent damage to your hearing.
Solution: There's nothing cool about losing your hearing. Wear hearing protection when working with loud tools or in a noisy area.
Hazard: Power tools can cause a painful condition called Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome. It can result in permanent numbness and severe pain.
Solution: Use low-vibration tools and don't work with power tools for extended periods of time without a break.
Hazard: Incorrect lifting form and trying to move items that are too heavy can damage your back permanently.
Solution: Bend your knees and keep your back straight, lifting with the legs. Heavier loads should be moved with a work mate, sack truck, or vehicle.
There's something in the air
Hazard: Dust and fine particles can cause breathing difficulties and damage your eyes and skin.
Solution: Breathing masks and protective clothing are essential, as are extraction systems.
Hazard: Working on and around scaffolding poses hazards, including falls and dropped items.
Solution: Create a scaffolder's safe zone, and wear a safety harness when working on the scaffolding.