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How Does Poorly Maintained Equipment Lead to Construction Accidents?

While there are countless reasons that construction accidents happen, one of the more common contributors to accidents is a lack of proper maintenance. Poorly maintained equipment can make accidents of all types more likely, from falls to electrocution to cave-ins. But what does it mean for equipment to be poorly maintained, and how does that lead to construction accidents?

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Watching Out for Dangerous Chemicals in the Workplace

There are a number of jobs that involve working with chemicals that are potentially dangerous to anyone that is accidentally exposed to them. While there are supposed to be safety measures in place that protect against exposure to dangerous chemicals, there are nevertheless thousands of people who are injured and sickened on the job every year by these chemicals. But c Continue reading “Watching Out for Dangerous Chemicals in the Workplace”

The Warning Signs of an Unsafe Workplace

Workplace injuries are a constant threat to people’s health and safety, with more than 2.8 million workplace injuries reported every year across the United States, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). While most do not result in serious injuries, more than 5,000 such injuries resulted in death in 2019, the year with the most recent data available. But how do you know if your workplace is potentially unsafe? If you see these warning signs, you may be working in an unsafe workplace:

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How Overexertion Leads to More Workplace Injuries

When talking about workplace injuries, the focus is most often on some of the more obvious causes, such as falling accidents, vehicular accidents, and electrocutions. However, one common factor in many of these other accidents is overexertion. But what exactly is overexertion, and how does it lead to so many workplace injuries?

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Five Ways Employers Make Fall Injuries More Likely

When it comes to workplace accidents, no single cause of harm is more common than falling. It is the single most often cited factor in workplace injuries and fatalities, although many of these injuries often occur for foreseeable reasons. However, employers often fail to take appropriate measures to prevent fall injuries, making these accidents more likely to occur. Here are five ways employers make fall injuries more likely:

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Why Are There So Many Electrocutions in the Workplace?

Electrocution is the fourth leading cause of accidental injury in workplaces across the United States. This type of injury is especially prevalent in the construction industry, but they can potentially happen anywhere that workers use electrical equipment. But why are there so many electrocutions in the workplace in the first place? Here are five of the biggest contributors to workplace electrocutions:

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Seven Signs of an Unsafe Workplace

Every worker should be able to do their jobs without undue risk of harm in their workplace. Unfortunately, some employers will not do what they are supposed to do, neglecting or ignoring safety regulations that are intended to prevent accidental injury. Identifying and addressing these safety concerns is crucial to keeping workers safe in the workplace. Here are five signs to look out for that may signal an unsafe workplace: Continue reading “Seven Signs of an Unsafe Workplace”

Keeping Yourself Safe in the Workplace

As more people return to the workplace after the coronavirus pandemic, there is a greater focus on keeping safe in the workplace. Even without COVID-related concerns, though, work environments often pose a high risk of potential injury for employees. Here are five things you should keep in mind when you are looking to keep yourself safe in the post-COVID-19 workplace: Continue reading “Keeping Yourself Safe in the Workplace”

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