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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.

One of the most common workplace accidents that causes neck injuries is that of a fall from heights. If you are up on a ladder, on scaffolding or on a platform and you fall, it can lead to serious neck issues that could linger for years to come.

Do you spend most of your time at work in front of a computer? This is considered a repetitive activity, which can be a common cause for neck injuries. Sitting at a computer for hours on end can cause you to suffer an injury simply by turning your head too fast or the wrong way.

An object on the job could fall and hit you in the back of the neck, the back, the shoulders or the head, leading to a neck injury. This is one reason why you should always wear a hard hat on a construction site or in a warehouse.

Do you have to lift heavy items on the job? This can easily cause you to suffer a neck injury. Make sure you always lift with your knees bent and use your lower half to support the weight.

The safety policies and procedures in place at your job are there for a reason. Make sure you follow them to the letter so you don't suffer an injury. If you wind up suffering a neck injury due to the negligence of your employer or a co-worker, you should seek legal help immediately.

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