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June 2014 Archives

2 suffer fatal workplace injuries related to carbon monoxide

In any industry, there is a certain level of risk that California workers face when they clock in each day. Unfortunately, that risk can sometimes result in fatal workplace injuries. This was the case in a recent industrial accident that claimed the lives of two workers in another state.

Some industries begin by stretching to reduce workplace injuries

Whether one is working at a construction site, industrial plant or even a business office, all workers face a certain level of risk at their places of employment in California and across the country. Some jobs are much more physically demanding than others, which can often result in workplace injuries, such as strains. This is particularly true for sanitation and road workers.

4 construction workers may be eligible for workers' compensation

An accident can happen at any time. This is true whether California residents are driving on the road or working at a job. In most cases, there are options for individuals to receive financial compensation with a lawsuit, such as a car accident or surgical error. When a worker is injured on the job, he or she has the right to obtain workers' compensation benefits to help recover from an injury.

Several workers injured while working on construction sites

Cal/OSHA (a state department overseeing workplace environment safety) has initiated an investigation after several construction workers were fatally injured on the job. Several of these accidents took place in the San Francisco area. The sequence of accidents left four people dead in a span of four days. The number of those fatally injured while working in California has led Cal/OSHA to investigate the safety of these construction sites.

Many injured on the job while working in the dairy industry

California is one of the leading states for dairy production, which means that it is not uncommon for people to be injured on the job while working on dairy farms. The dairy industry has seen an increase in production across the country and, consequently, it is more important than ever that farmers be provided with safe working environments. Even after a worker is injured on the job, it may be difficult for safety investigators to determine how an accident occurred.

4 workers fatally injured on the job prompt OSHA investigations

The primary cause of death on construction sites are falls, which is evidenced by recent construction accidents in California. From May 18 to May 21, four workers were fatally injured on the job. All were injured on their respective construction sites in the San Francisco area. Because of these four deaths in as many days, the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched an inspection of all area construction sites. Cal/OSHA wants to determine if there are any companies failing to adhere to appropriate safety measures.

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