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The most common industrial accidents

Industrial accidents happen all too often, even though workplaces have safety policies in place, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has rules in place for employers to follow. These accidents can lead to serious injuries and even death. Let's explore some of the most common industrial accidents.

How can I hold my employer responsible for an injury?

Suffering an injury on the job can keep you out of work for quite a while, causing the bills to pile up as you no longer have a steady income. Even though you can file for and receive workers' compensation, this is only a percentage of your regular income. If you are injured at work, you might be able to hold your employer responsible for your injury.

Why you should learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Working in an industrial setting can be stressful and dangerous. You might be working with heavy machinery, dangerous tools or other items that can cause serious injury and even death if you do not pay attention. It is important that you learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in the event that a co-worker goes into cardiac arrest on the job.

Learn first aid to protect yourself and others on the job

First aid is an important skill to learn. Many people learn it in school, while others learn it if they join the scouts. Others try to learn first aid on their own by taking a class from a local police or fire department. Either way, it's important for you to learn first aid so you can protect yourself and others when working at an industrial job site.

Jobs that require eye protection

When you go to work each day, you might be risking your life. It all depends on the industry in which you work. There are some inherently dangerous professions out there, including emergency services, construction, mining, welding and others. A lot of these jobs require personal protective equipment (PPE) at all times. Some of these jobs only require you to wear PPE or certain items when performing specific duties of the job. Let's take a look at the jobs that require eye protection today.

Personal protective equipment can prevent serious injuries

When you work as an industrial employee, you are faced with various dangers throughout the day. Your job could involve handling chemicals, explosive material, heavy machinery and other items that can lead to serious injuries or death if you are not safe. That's why personal protective equipment (PPE) is so important to industrial workers in Wisconsin.

How to report a severe injury in the workplace

Going to work can be dangerous for thousands of people in Saint Croix. If you work in construction, the emergency services, laboratories or other inherently dangerous jobs, you could find yourself on the wrong end of a serious industrial accident. Protecting yourself with different safety procedures and policies can help prevent accidents. If one should happen, you need to know how to report it properly.

Safety conditions topic of discussion for autoworkers

Safety conditions have recently been the topic of discussion for autoworkers across the United States after some workplace accidents. The accidents have come after automakers have cut costs all while trying to increase production at plants all over the country. The latest injury occurred at a Ford plant in Detroit and it involved a veteran employee of the automotive industry.

Businesses must adapt as standards change

The number of claims being filed surrounding workplace injuries or illnesses has improved but businesses still find themselves spending billions of dollars due to preventable injuries and illnesses all across the country, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Annually, roughly 4,000 Americans die each year due to workplace injuries and 50,000 Americans die because of workplace exposure that causes illnesses.

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