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To reduce the incidence of safety accidents during the construction of all-steel-type attached lifting scaffolds and address the research gaps in related fields, in this study a theoretical model of trajectory crossing accidents was coupled with an analysis of similar safety accidents to determine the causes of accidents in the construction of high-rise buildings using steel-type attached lifting scaffolds. To do so, a safety evaluation index system covering all steel-type attached liftingdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0238074 pmid:32853254 fatcat:xf7e7tjiofb7zm6fppvpgprd6y