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22 Jun

How Fatigue Can Lead to Workplace Injuries

Many people are not aware of the fact that fatigue is a serious safety issues, particularly in the workplace. While most people are aware that June is National Safety Month, many people forget that one’s physical state is dependent on his or her energy…

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09 Jun

5 Tips for a Preventing Workplace Injuries

Workplace injuries and fatalities are sadly now more common than ever, despite the fact they are preventable in nature. According to the National Safety Council, more than 13 people per died while doing their jobs in 2014. Since June is National Safety…

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17 May

Hearing Loss: America's Most Common Workplace Injury

Many workers know about some of the most common workplace injury threats, including slipping and falling, falling objects, and more. However, what many don’t realize is that the most common workplace injury in America is one that few people take precautionary…

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03 May

California's New Healthcare Workplace Safety Laws

In December of 2016, California’s Office of Administrative Law approved a new set of regulations aimed at tackling an unfortunately growing problem: workplace violence in healthcare facilities. These new regulations went into effect back on April 1st,…

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27 Apr

Why Was My Workers’ Comp Claim Denied?

If you’ve suffered a work-related injury, you may be eligible to receive workers’ compensation. However, even if your injury occurred at work, your claim can still be denied. Many legitimate workers’ compensation claims are denied by insurers, forcing…

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07 Apr

I’ve Been Assaulted at Work – What Are My Options?

Each year, millions of workers across the country are the victims of workplace violence. Assaults on employees can happen on company property, off-site locations, and at other business-related activities. Oftentimes, work place assaults are directed toward…

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31 Mar

Studies Link Chemical Disinfectants to Thyroid Cancer

A recent study has shown that people who are occupationally exposed to chemicals like sanitizers, deodorizers, disinfectants, and sterilizers (biocides) may have an up to 65 percent higher risk than other people of developing thyroid cancer. Biocides…

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28 Mar

What Should I Do If I'm Injured at Work?

If you were to sustain an injury at work, would you know what to do? Knowing the proper protocol if you’re injured at work could help to prevent a bad situation from becoming worse. Work related injuries can become complicated, but knowing what to do…

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