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Caring for broken bones suffered on a worksite

Suffering a broken bone on a worksite is overwhelming. Your mind begins to race and the first thing you think about is missing time on the job. This will affect your financial well-being and your health. You need to focus on caring for the broken bone and getting healthy above all else. Today, we will take a look at how you can care for a broken bone suffered while on the job.

5 common injuries seen in industrial environments

There are many workplace injuries that take place each day in America. The Pew Research Center states that approximately 12.3 million people in America work in factories or manufacturing facilities. These are some of the most dangerous places to work, since there is a risk of coming into contact with hazards like chemicals or sharp objects.

How to properly store chemicals in the office

When you work around chemicals, it can be a very dangerous situation if the chemicals are not handled properly. This includes storing the chemicals once you are done using them. It's important that you and all other employees who handle chemicals know how to properly store them when no longer in use. Let's take a look at proper storage tips for chemicals.

Common causes of neck injuries on the job

Neck injuries can be an absolute pain to deal with no matter how severe. They can lead to more serious issues involving your spine, muscles, shoulders and head if not treated properly. You don't have to work in a dangerous industry to suffer a neck injury on the job. It can be caused by lack of attention, poor safety policies, accidents and much more.

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