What happens if your injured at a work party?

    What Happens If I’m Injured at a Work Party?

    Work parties offer the chance to build camaraderie among colleagues and teams, allowing employees to build lasting friendships and employers to boost company morale. But what happens if the fun abruptly ends when an employee has a little too much to drink, or a friendly competition during a party game turns intense? If you sustained […]

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    9 Ways Truck Driving Puts Your Health at Risk

    Ways Truck Driving Puts Your Health at Risk

    9 Ways Truck Driving Puts Your Health at Risk In 2020, the Bureau of Labor reported there were more than 1.9 million truck drivers employed in the U.S. Truck driving is an essential industry, helping stimulate the economy and move crucial supplies and products across the country. Drivers can see several parts of the country, making […]

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    Common Laboratory Accidents

    How common is it to be injured when working in a lab? Unfortunately, lab accidents statistics show that laboratory accidents are entirely too common. Even if many lab workers report feeling safe in the laboratory, they may engage in unsafe practices and the confidence they feel in the safety of the laboratory environment varies between […]

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    top 10 hazards in a building site

    10 Top Hazards in a Building Site

    Nearly 6.5 million people go to work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the U.S. each day. On the job, these construction workers face a wide range of occupational safety hazards. Their heavy equipment and job site conditions can create dangerous situations that require careful navigation. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the fatal injury rate […]

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    Injuries That Are Common for Female Workers

    Women face some unique challenges in the workplace despite incurring fewer workplace fatalities overall. In 2015, 344 women in the United States suffered fatal injuries in the workplace, compared to 4,492 men. They also faced lower risks of fatal falls and fatal contact with equipment. The most common work injuries for women include: Transportation injuries: For both men […]

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