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  • The Dangers of Amusement Park Accidents

    Recently, a 14-year-old boy died after falling from a ride at ICON Park in Orlando, Florida. Unfortunately, he may not be the only fatality this year as amusement park season gets into full swing.  Research shows there are nearly 12,000 emergency room visits in an average year due to amusement and water park injuries and[…]

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    CPSC Warns Consumers About the Risk of Child Entrapment in Residential Elevators

    Over this past summer, at least three children were entrapped in residential elevators that were produced by some of the nation’s leading elevator manufacturing companies. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), one of the children sustained fatal injuries. The other two young victims suffered an array of grievous injuries, including fractured vertebrae, skull[…]

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    Planning Winter Fun? Here Are Tips for Avoiding a Slope Accident

    More than 9 million people take to the slopes each winter in the U.S. to enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing. However, going down a snowy mountain at a high rate of speed does present risks. According to the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), data for the past 10 years show an average of 40[…]

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    What Should Parents Know about Lawn Mower Injuries in Children?

    Each year, more than 8,490 children in the United States are treated in emergency departments for lawn mower-related injuries. Some of these children are injured while operating mowers; others are hurt when the mower ejects debris or backs up over them. Lawn mower-related injuries can be devastating, including loss of fingers, hands, toes, or feet;[…]

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    What Hazards Do Workers Face on Loading Docks?

    Thousands of workers are seriously hurt each year in loading dock accidents. Workers face many hazards on loading docks, including congested workspaces, unwieldy loads, large trucks on the move, noisy environments that impede communication, adverse weather conditions, and working four feet above ground level at a rapid pace. Although safety guidelines exist to help workers[…]

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