workplace injuries

Construction Site Crashes Building Problems

Road construction crews see their fair share of action on the roadways of America. Out of a survey including just 800 respondents who work as roadway construction crew members, 46% said they had witnessed a crash involving a moving vehicle and the construction site. Isn’t it bad enough that road…

Nailing Better Safety Results on Construction Sites

In a recent study, OSHA reported more than 37,000 construction worker injuries in one year along. Road construction crews are one of the most at-risk construction workers anywhere. Though the responsibility for safety is shared among law enforcement authorities, drivers, and the crew themselves, there are a significant number of…

Don’t Claim Your Office as a Workplace Victim

Running a business comes with its own risks, including the potential for workplace injury claims. Keeping your employees and workplace safe is a top priority, but sometimes incidents happen. Here is a brief look at workplace injury claims and how your business can avoid them altogether: Workplace Injury Claims Cost…

Sign-on to Improved Workplace Safety

When running a business, one of if not your biggest challenges and responsibilities is maintaining a safe workplace environment. While some small injuries (trips, cuts, bruises) are all but likely to happen on the job, the chances of them happening and their severity can be sharply decreased when you and…

Design the Most Injury-Free Workplace

Injuries in the workplace are a problem for employees and managers alike. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employers in the U.S. pay out nearly $1 billion each week in compensation for work injuries. Safer workspaces are important for both employee well-being and the company budget. There’s never a…

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