SAFETY inspectors will blitz Yorkshire building sites in a bid to stop accidents.
Their month-long drive follows a barrage of checks in June.
The inspections are part of a Europe-wide campaign aimed at reducing falls from height.
Geoff Cox, the Health and Safety Executive's regional head of construction operations, said inspectors would be looking to see an improvement in safety measures.
Falling from height is the biggest killer in the industry.
During the blitz in June, inspectors had to serve enforcement notices at a third of the 181 construction sites visited.
Mr Cox said: "Clearly, the message of how to reduce falls from height is not yet understood or being put into practice by everybody working in this industry.
"Given that most fall from height accidents are preventable, there is no excuse for not ensuring that all work being carried out at height is done safely."
A new video has been produced by the Health and Safety Executive to explain the risks and how they can be managed.