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After a rash of construction-related deaths, New York City rolled out a new safety training law. Will it be enough?

Christian Ginesi had worked for G-Tech Associates LLC for about a month when he clocked in on May 5, 2015. G-Tech installs, maintains, and repairs elevators in New York and New Jersey, and the work made Ginesi nervous — scared, even, as he told friends. The 25-year-old Air Force veteran even went so far as to say he’d felt safer while doing three tours of duty in the Middle East.

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