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Nail Gun Injuries

Nail guns are among the most frequently used tools at commercial and residential construction sites due to their ability to increase worker productivity. Despite their ease of use, nail guns present unique safety risks for construction workers. Each year, over 37,000 nail gun accidents result in hospital emergency room visits for injuries ranging from lost[…]

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Inadequate Parking Leads to Safety Issue

Insufficient parking for commercial trucks can become more than a mere nuisance for drowsy truck drivers. When a drowsy truck driver is unable to find a safe place to park and rest, serious tractor trailer accidents leading to catastrophic injuries can occur. Lack of Parking for Truck Drivers Commercial truck drivers are subject to federal[…]

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20-Year-Old Worker Dies: Company Charged

After the recent death of a 20-year-old trench worker, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is fining the employer $275,000 for an array of willful and “serious” safety violations. According to the administration’s investigative findings, the company failed to conduct daily site safety inspections – and as a result, the young worker died in[…]

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Terminally Ill Man Wins Landmark Case Against Monsanto

Dewayne Johnson has non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma – and he got it because he used Roundup, a glyphosate-based pesticide manufactured by Monsanto. Recently, a jury decided that Monsanto was responsible for causing Johnson’s lymphoma, and awarded the terminally ill man a total of $289 million in damages. Case Synopsis Dewayne got his job at a school in[…]

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Top 10 Safety Violations of 2018

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently released its list of 2018’s top workplace safety violations – and the culprits are responsible for tens of thousands of preventable illnesses, injuries, and deaths every year. OSHA’s Top 10 – and Why It’s Important OSHA releases its list of top 10 workplace safety violations every year[…]

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