Workers’ Compensation

Workplace Noise Exposure & Hearing Protection for Workers (Pt. 1)
September 5, 2014

When considering the potential dangers that are the most prevalent in various U.S. workplaces, factors like unsafe premises, defective machinery or even violent coworkers may be some of the more common things that tend to come to mind first. Workplace…
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Most Dangerous Jobs in the U.S., Based on Fatal Work Injury Rates (Pt. 2)
August 25, 2014

Continuing from where Most Dangerous Jobs in the U.S., Based on Fatal Work Injury Rates (Pt. 1) left off, here we will continue highlighting some of the most dangerous occupations in America, based on the findings of the most recent…
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Most Dangerous Jobs in the U.S., Based on Fatal Work Injury Rates (Pt. 1)
August 20, 2014

Each year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes an in-depth report detailing the number of fatal workplace injuries that occur in various occupations and industries. In this blog series, we’ll highlight the findings of the BLS’ most recent report on…
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Health Care Workers and Workplace Injuries: 5 Facts to Know (Pt. 3)
August 15, 2014

Wrapping up our blog series Health Care Workers and Workplace Injuries: 5 Facts to Know, below we will discuss some final important facts to know about workplace injuries among (and protections for) health care workers. Additional Facts about Workplace Injuries…
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Health Care Workers and Workplace Injuries: 5 Facts to Know (Pt. 2)
August 10, 2014

Continuing from where Health Care Workers and Workplace Injuries: 5 Facts to Know (Pt. 1) left off, below we will pick up our discussion of workplace injuries among health care workers and what is being done to protect these people….
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Health Care Workers and Workplace Injuries: 5 Facts to Know (Pt. 1)
August 5, 2014

When people sustain workplace injuries (or any injury or illness, for that matter), they rely on health care workers like doctors, nurses and physical therapists to help them recover. Despite the vital assistance and support that health care workers provide,…
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The Facts about Workplace Violence (Pt. 3)
July 23, 2014

In conclusion to our three-part blog The Facts about Workplace Violence, below we will focus our discussion on what can be done to reduce the incidence of occupational violence in the U.S. Reducing and Preventing Workplace Violence in the U.S….
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The Facts about Workplace Violence (Pt. 2)
July 18, 2014

Picking up from where The Facts about Workplace Violence (Pt. 2) left off, below we will continue to spotlight some eye-opening information about occupational violence in the U.S. More Workplace Violence Facts and Statistics While workplace violence often results in…
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The Facts about Workplace Violence (Pt. 1)
July 13, 2014

When people think about workplace injuries, on-the-job accidents usually come to mind. However, workplace violence – which may also be referred to as occupational violence – is an all-too-common and tragic factor that can endanger people’s health and safety while…
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Hearing Loss and Workers’ Compensation Claims (Pt. 2)
July 10, 2014

Continuing from where we left off in Hearing Loss and Workers’ Compensation Claims (Pt. 1), here we will pick up our discussion of on-the-job hearing loss and workers’ compensation claims for this permanent impairment. After hearing damage or any workplace…
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