returning to work after workers' compensation

    Tips for Returning to Work After Workers’ Compensation

    For workers injured on the job, their primary goal is to return to work. While some injuries make that impossible, injured workers often want to return to the job because work help gives them meaning and purpose. Workers’ compensation is very helpful for covering financial and medical costs while injured, but workers’ comp doesn’t take […]

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    The Most Dangerous Jobs in the U.S., Ranked

      Even a barista is at risk of burning a hand or suffering a slip and fall on the job, but some jobs are more dangerous than others. So, what are the most dangerous jobs in the United States? A study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) provides the answer.  We’ll discuss the […]

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    10 Common Landscaping Injuries and How to Avoid Them

    Common Landscaping Injuries and How to Avoid Them

    10 Common Landscaping Injuries and How to Avoid Them Those in the landscaping industry encounter a range of hazards every day while on the job. The occupation’s injury rate is higher than other industries, making it crucial for employees to understand OSHA landscaping safety regulations. In 2019, nearly 12,400 landscaping workers had injuries that resulted […]

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    What Is an OSHA Recordable Incident?

    What Is an OSHA Recordable Incident?

    An employer might do a lot to reduce the number of work-related injuries that occur, but accidents can and do happen from time to time. In 2019, 5,333 people died on the job across the United States. There were 3.2 recordable cases per 100 employees in Pennsylvania in 2019, with 1.8 cases per 100 employees requiring […]

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    7 Common Construction Injuries

    Common Construction Injuries

    7 Common Construction Injuries Working in the construction industry carries inherent risks. To protect individuals from harm, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has strict safety guidelines for job sites. Workers can face serious injury when construction companies fail to meet all these occupational safety regulations. When neglect or human error results in injury, […]

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