Latest occupational injury Stories
This week, Safety Reboot Magazine features a series on "Preventable Accidents in the Workplace" including coverage of: extended work-hour dangers; the growing risk to custodial and janitorial
Another worker fell 20 stories to his death in a Toronto construction site, a "needless tragic death" among thousands that could be prevented, according to Safety Reboot Magazine.
The attorney from the firm of Gemma Law Associates, Inc., says the National Safety Council’s focus on ergonomics during National Safety Month is a ‘good starting point’ for employers.
In 1970, an average of 38 Americans lost their lives at work each day, since then workplace deaths have significantly declined because of safer practices. Phoenix,
A subtle change to hospital data collection policies could make a big difference in preventing occupational health and safety hazards, according to workplace safety researchers at the Drexel University School of Public Health.
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