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  • March Is Ladder Safety Month

    March is National Ladder Safety Month. This event raises awareness of ladder safety with a goal of decreasing preventable ladder-related injuries and deaths. According to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, or InterNACHI, there are more than 164,000 injuries and 300 deaths caused by falls from ladders annually. The association also notes that many[…]

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    Temporary Workers Are More Likely to Sustain Occupational Injuries Than Their Permanent Counterparts

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has long reported that temporary workers face significantly higher risks for incurring injuries on the job than permanent, non-temporary employees do. Despite the safety discrepancies, employers are equally responsible for providing a safe work environment free from recognized hazards to all workers, no matter if they work full-time[…]

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    What Are the Stages of a Workers’ Compensation Case?

    Every state has a Workers’ Compensation benefit system designed to be “no fault.” This means it is irrelevant whether an employer’s or worker’s own negligence contributed to a work-related injury or occupational diseases. Pennsylvania’s no-fault system was put into place to protect workers by ensuring benefits for lost wages, medical care, or disability. There are[…]

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    Getting Help After Suffering a Catastrophic Workplace Accident

    Workers across the country are vulnerable to all types of accidents and injuries. When workplace accidents rise to a catastrophic level, they have severe consequences for the injured worker and the worker’s family. The devastating injuries and loss that workers and their families can suffer as the result of a catastrophic accident often include serious[…]

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    OSHA’s Newest Top 10 Workplace Hazard List

    Every year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, releases its own top ten list, except this one takes a look at the safety standards that employers most frequently violate in the workplace. Just a few weeks ago, the agency released its preliminary figures for the fiscal year 2022, and the usual suspects from[…]

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