A construction worked died yesterday, most likely due to carelessness. http://www.lvrj.com/news/10284917.html The first line of the article states "An iron worker plunged to his death at Project CityCenter on Friday, a day after he had taken a safety class on the prevention of falls, an MGM Mirage spokeswoman said." Everyone, please take proper precautions when working at height. Know the OSHA regulations and abide by them. When a stuntman fell on a show I was working, the Security Dept. demanded they had to confiscate the rope. I said "You want the rope that he DID NOT clip into?" They said "Yes." So I gave it to them, and they never returned it. I had a backup rope, and after the incident, two people were assigned to watch to make sure the stuntman clipped in before he jumped. Know how to work with electrical and other sources of power safely. Lock-out/Tag-out is for your protection. Finally, know where all the fire hoses, pull stations, and most importantly, Fire Exits are located in your building. NEVER block them, even if you don't have enough storage space.