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Crane boom crushes two men at steel plant site

Two men who worked for Beaver Excavating are dead. They were at the Timken Co. Faircrest Steel Plant when an on-the-job accident occurred. An official with the Stark County Coroner's Office said that a crane was involved in the incident. The heavy piece of machinery reportedly was the reason for their deaths.

OSHA cites roofing company for worker's death

Many people working in the construction industry are aware of the risks and dangers their career choice imposes on them. Heavy machinery, grueling temperatures, industrial power tools - construction accidents can occur at any time if employers are not informative and employees are not held to certain safety protocols. Even when proper procedures are being followed, the risk for injury is still readily apparent.

Concrete company appeals OSHA citations

In March of last year, the Kent Central Gateway transit center construction site was involved in an accident that took a man's life. The construction accident killed one of the employees working for a subcontractor, a concrete company from Akron, Ohio. According to reports, the deceased individual was a 49-year-old male from Barberton, Ohio.

State Supreme Court rules on workplace accident suits

Two Ohio workers have lost their suits against their separate employers for injuries they suffered. Though both were allowed to recover damages by the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, the employers appealed to the Ohio Supreme Court. Due to this, their case has been watched by experts to observe how the highest court in the state would interpret a state workplace accident law passed in 2005. These rulings could be extremely important to any victims of construction accidents in Ohio.

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