Workplace safety and firearms

While many Wisconsin residents might have strong feelings about the Second Amendment, there are also substantial concerns about various types of violence inflicted because of the misuse of weapons. OSHA notes that approximately 2 million U.S. residents are directly...

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How to keep Wisconsin temporary safe

A joint case study by American Staffing Association and National Safety Council created a fictional scenario involving a temporary worker assigned to an employer. In this scenario, the worker was assigned to do welding work indoors with a portable generator and...

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What can chemical exposure do to the body?

Chemical exposure can happen anywhere and at any job. For example, a teacher is exposed to chemicals when cleaning desks, and a chemist is exposed to chemicals as a part of his or her job. Chemical exposure can be very dangerous. While not all interactions with...

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Fewer benefits paid to injured

' benefits help many injured Wisconsin employees to pay for their medical expenses and time off from work. However, a study has found that are receiving the lowest levels of benefits in decades. ' benefits per $100 of payroll were just $0.91 in 2014, the lowest it has...

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Amputations change your life forever

With many workplace accidents and injuries, you can recover completely. You'll be out for a while with a broken leg, for example, but you should recover entirely and not see any negative ramifications down the line. The same is distinctly not the case with...

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