People sometimes do not take trench collapse issues as seriously as they should, often because the issue doesn't seem quite as dangerous as it really is. Common misconceptions are that the trench seems stable enough, that the workers could get out if they noticed an...
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When you talk about workplace injuries, people often focus on impact-based injuries. They talk about falling from a ladder, for instance, or being struck by an object dropped from above. Road workers talk about being struck by passing cars or hit with heavy...
Heavy machinery is often necessary on a job site, but it also increases the risk that workers face. It can be complicated, powerful and dangerous. One small mistake can have dire ramifications and may even prove fatal.How can workers stay safe? There are a few things...
Ladder falls can lead to serious injuries and are sometimes fatal. It is very important to know how to use ladders safely and to do so every time, without growing complacent. All it takes is one slip for a catastrophic accident.To help you stay safe on the job, here...
Companies in Ohio need to be ready to keep their workers safe in the event that an emergency situation occurs. One way to keep employees out of danger is to make use of mass notification systems. These systems make it possible to alert hundreds or thousands of people...
Lab workers in Ohio and around the country may be concerned about their safety on the job, especially if they regularly handle potentially dangerous chemical or biological agents. Toxic exposure can lead to occupational diseases and serious workplace injuries. The...
When most people think of what types of jobs involve the highest risk for workplace accidents, they probably think of jobs that involve construction and the use of heavy machinery, and rightfully so. These types of jobs do indeed come with an increased risk of...
In Ohio, there are thousands of workers who are employed in areas which might be considered to be "high risk." For example, construction and manufacturing workers may be at a higher risk for suffering an on-the-job injury, as might those who travel extensively in...
There are some occupations that are categorized as high-risk, while others are categorized as low-risk. However, there doesn't seem to be an occupation that can be categorized as no-risk. This means, irrespective of occupation, every individual needs to be prepared...
There are some jobs that are so mundane that people tend to forget the risks associated with them. For example, in cities across the country, it is common to see a worker sitting on a boatswain chair, hanging by the side of a building, cleaning the windows. Most...
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