Workplace Accidents

Hospital Workplace Injuries: Here’s What You Should Know (Pt. 1)
March 27, 2015

While we rely on hospitals for essential medical care, these facilities can actually present serious risks to their workers, paradoxically causing them to get hurt within the very facilities that are intended for healing. What may be more surprising than…
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Workplace Injuries and Income Inequality Linked in OSHA Paper
March 23, 2015

Coinciding with a recently released ProPublica report regarding the failures of workers comp “reforms,” officials at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have also published a paper, underscoring some of the serious problems injured workers face in light of…
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Sleep Deprivation and Work Injuries: The Link Revealed in a Recent Study
February 10, 2015

While sleeping problems may seem like a personal issue, they can become a far greater concern when they impact workers, their productivity and their ability to perform their jobs safely. A recent study entitled, “Waking Up To the Sleep Problem…
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Construction Accidents and Injuries: The Facts and Impacts (Pt. 2)
February 5, 2015

Picking up from where Construction Accidents and Injuries: The Facts and Impacts (Pt. 1) left off, here, we will continue discussing some important facts, statistics and information related to construction accidents in the U.S. Construction Accidents: The On-Site Risks Taking…
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Construction Accidents and Injuries: The Facts and Impacts (Pt. 1)
January 31, 2015

The construction industry is notoriously dangerous, and taking a closer look at the statistics related to construction accidents and injuries can clearly demonstrate why this is the case. In this two-part blog series, we will present some facts and statistics…
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