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The collapse of masonry structures during construction has sometimes resulted in death and serious injury. This has occurred when the structure has lacked the support usually afforded by the complete cured product or by other supporting building components.
Injuries and fatalities from the uncontrolled collapse of masonry structures have also occurred during renovation and demolition work.
The following will assist in reducing the possibility of an uncontrolled collapse of masonry walls injuring workers or members of the public:
Your local State or Territory workplace health and safety authority may have specific guidance and requirements in relation to temporary bracing during construction of masonry walls and other structures. Make sure to seek this information from their website: