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Overloaded Trucks on the Road

A commercial tractor trailer can weigh up to 80,000 pounds when fully loaded.  The massive weight of these large trucks poses a significant risk of serious injuries when involved in a collision, especially a collision with a passenger vehicle. When truck drivers allow their rigs to exceed the maximum load weight, they put everyone on[…]

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Contractors Face Highest Fatality Risks on the Job

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), contract workers are some of the most vulnerable employees in the workplace. There has been a 50% increase in contractor fatalities since 2011, with approximately 800 deaths occurring annually. Despite the wealth of data indicating how at risk contractors are, sufficient safety improvements have yet to be[…]

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Fatal South Philly Explosion

The Philadelphia Fire Department has not yet determined a cause behind the fatal explosion that occurred in South Philadelphia just before Christmas. The explosion was felt in homes and businesses blocks away; two people were killed and three houses were destroyed. According to neighbors, there was constant roadwork in the months leading up to the[…]

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Most Tip-Over Fatalities Involve Children Under 5

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) most recent “Anchor It!” data, the majority of fatal furniture tip over injuries involve children 5-years-old and younger. Chances are, your family may have purchased some Black Friday deals – like televisions, furniture, and other at-home appliances. When installing those appliances around the house, it is critical[…]

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Cold Stress on the Job – and How to Prevent it

With the chilly, wintry weather comes certain job-related hazards, especially for employees working outside or indoors in low temperatures. Cold stress can cause a variety of physical problems, some of which can be deadly. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that approximately 4,000 workers file temperature-related injury claims every year. Luckily, there are[…]

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