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Warehouse Worker Killed

The recent death of a 50-year-old New York City marble warehouse worker highlights the all too common and deadly nature of crushing injuries in the workplace. Also referred to as caught in or between injuries, crushing injuries account for nearly 10% of the total worker fatalities that occur in the private construction industry annually. What[…]

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School Safety Issues for Special Needs Kids

With the school season upon us, it is a good time to refer to the American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP) recommendations on safely transporting special needs children to and from their school facilities. Every school is responsible for providing special needs kids with safe and federally-compliant transportation that their families can trust. What Are Special[…]

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NHTSA on Keyless Ignition Vehicles

According to Safety Research Net when Heidi King – the deputy administrator at the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) – was questioned about the safety of vehicles equipped with keyless ignition systems, she failed to give any clear answer beyond saying that the agency is encouraging people to be aware of the issue. This[…]

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Product Recall: Zebra Technologies

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently announced an expanded recall of more than one million printer power supply units that Zebra Technologies imports and distributes through the United States. So far, there have been 30 reports of the power supply units overheating or starting fires, which results from a dangerous and potentially deadly product[…]

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Work Injury and Scaffolding Falls

Construction workers are at a higher risk of being fatally injured on the job than workers in other industries and the number of fatalities on construction sites continues to increase. Approximately 65 percent of construction workers work on scaffolds regularly, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and falls from scaffolds are one[…]

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