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    June Is National Safety Month

    This June marks National Safety Month, an annual campaign sponsored by the National Safety Council (NSC) that brings attention to the leading causes of death and injury in the workplace, at home, on roads, and across every community. National Safety Month helps keep Americans safe by offering educational resources on some of the most common[…]

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    Winter Storm Hazards

    Winter storms pose several hazards to construction workers including cold stress, downed power lines, snow-logged rooftops, and icy roads. To ensure that they are prepared for the winter season and the aftermath of winter storms, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recommends that employers and workers take several precautions, including: Wear appropriate footwear –[…]

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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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    Swimming Pool Safety

    Few things are as inviting as a pool filled with cool water on a hot summer day. However, fun and enjoyment can quickly turn tragic when swimming pool accidents happen. Minor to severe injury and even fatalities by drowning can result from diving accidents, unsupervised children, or slip and falls. When these types of accidents[…]

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    Workplace Slip, Trips and Falls

    Workplace slips, trips and falls can result in an array of serious injuries, some of which are so disabling that employees are forced to file workers’ compensation claims and to take time off from their jobs to seek out continued medical treatment. More often than not, these injuries are entirely preventable as long as employers[…]

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