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August 2018 Archives

Common truck driver injuries: These can pose a problem

If you drive for a living, you understand that you'll spend a lot of time behind the wheel. You also understand that this puts you at risk for a variety of injuries. As a driver, injury prevention is critical. There are steps you can take to improve your health and well-being, all the while avoiding trouble on the road.

Finding, penalties announced in fatal Pennsylvania crane collapse

This February, three men were killed when a crane collapsed at a plant in Antrim Township, Pennsylvania. The men, ages 38, 49 and 66, died as the result of blunt force trauma. Two died the day they suffered their injuries. The youngest of the three lived for eight days after the tragic incident. The men were working at the Grove U.S. LLC plant. Grove is a subsidiary of Manitowoc Co. Inc.

You can walk away from an unsafe work environment in some cases

Under existing Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) protocol, any worker who is forced to work in either unhealthy or unsafe conditions should immediately report them to their employer. The employee is eligible to file a complaint with OSHA at any point.

Reporting workplace injuries in Pennsylvania is a race against time

The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry requires that all workers who suffer an occupational illness or injury file a claim within a specified period of time in order to qualify for disability payments from the state. How soon you're required to report an injury or illness depends on whether you're looking to receive workers' compensation for those injuries and whether a death resulted from it.

Home health workers face unique hazards

Many health care workers enjoy their home health jobs. The different settings they encounter with each patient breaks up the monotony of a shift and allows them to interact with a wide variety of individuals over the course of a day.

How exoskeletons can prevent assembly line worker injuries

Working on an automobile assembly line can be a physically challenging job. Now Ford Motor Company is introducing wearable technology that will make its assembly line employees' jobs a little easier. The company is outfitting workers in 15 of its plants both here in the U.S. and abroad with exoskeleton vests.

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