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Nurses struggle with back injuries caused by lifting patients

Nurses in Dauphin, Pennsylvania, know that their profession provides a greater risk of physical injury due to job requirements. Usually nurses lift and move many patients in the course of a day as a part of their jobs in Pennsylvania healthcare facilities.

Healthcare workers at higher risk of suffering a workplace injury

According to a recent U.S. Labor Department report, healthcare workers have some of the highest number of incidents of workplace injuries among all occupations. The report, based on 2013 statistics, indicates a slight decline in workplace injuries compared to 2012. According to the president of the National Council for Occupational Health and Safety, the decline in workplace injuries shows how important it is to continue pushing for higher standards for workplace safety.

Do workers have the right to report workplace injuries?

Every worker has the right to a safe workplace in Pennsylvania and across the entire United States. The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 ensures that no worker should suffer from serious injuries or fatalities at their workplace, and it makes the employer responsible for providing their workers with a workplace safe from known dangers and hazards.

OSHA cites Indiana County contractor for fatal accident

When employers in Pennsylvania fail to pay attention to safety in their workplaces, they put their workers at an unacceptably high risk of injury and death. For that reason both the federal and state governments mandate that companies follow rules and regulations that derive from decades of experience to keep workers safe.

Pennsylvania man injured by chainsaw during work

While many occupations have their own unique hazards, some jobs are especially dangerous. For this reason, employers are obligated to provide a safe environment for their workers. Additionally, all employers in Pennsylvania must provide some form of workers' compensation insurance for their workers in case of a workplace injury. Failure to do so can result in fines, criminal prosecution and civil liability.

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