Factors to consider at your site and/or project include, but not limited to the following:
How to Minimize Injury in a Same Level Fall:
Tuck your chin in, turn your head and throw an arm out. It is advisable to land on an arm than on your head.
While falling, twist or roll your body to the side. It is better to land on your buttocks and side than on your back.
Keep your wrists, elbows, and knees bent. Do not try to break the fall with your hands or elbows. When falling, the objective is to have as many square inches of your body contact the surface as possible, thus, spreading the impact of the fall.