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Construction Worker Fatigue Leads to Worksite Accidents

Construction work is one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States. Falls from ladders and scaffolding, struck by swinging or falling objects, and becoming wedged between materials or equipment are common in this industry. When construction workers are feeling fatigued on the job, the risk of suffering injuries or death increase dramatically. Safety[…]


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Thanksgiving Travel Safety

Every year around the holiday season, millions of people look forward to celebrating (and eating) with their friends and loved ones. According to a recent press release from the American Automobile Association (AAA), more than 48 million Americans plan to travel 50 miles or more this Thanksgiving (November 22nd). Driving is one of the most[…]


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Pennsylvania Hospitals: Patients at Risk

The results from a recent medical survey are shocking: 1 out of 3 nurses employed in various Pennsylvania hospitals rated patient safety levels at their workplaces as “unfavorable” – and more than half said they would “definitely not recommend” that others seek medical treatment at their hospital. Led by the director of the University of[…]


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Proposal for Camera Based Speeding Tickets in Construction Zones

Construction workers face serious risks on the job, but for those working on highway and roadway construction projects, the risks continue to rise. Pennsylvania lawmakers are currently working to pass legislation that will enable cameras to record the license plates of those speeding in construction work zones. The state will issue speeding tickets to the[…]


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Deadly Limo Accident Raises Safety Concerns

On October 6, twenty people were fatally injured in Schoharie, New York when a limo lost control and crashed in a parking lot. The high number of fatalities makes it the deadliest traffic accident in the U.S. since 1999. The highly publicized tragedy has raised serious questions about the safety of limousines, especially stretch limos.[…]


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