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Work-related injuries among truckers

If you work as a commercial truck driver, you are at risk for several types of common injuries that can not only cause pain and medical expenses but also take you away from your job. If your company is based in Minnesota, or you live there or worked there at the time you were injured, you may be eligible for the state's workers' compensation program.

OSHA inspection priorities

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is responsible for monitoring safety at countless businesses and jobsites in Minnesota. Inspections are a vital part of the services provided by OSHA but given the sheer number of locations and businesses it works with, OSHA must find a way to prioritize its inspection work.

Minnesota sees drop in workplace injuries

Any Minnesota resident who has ever worked in a manufacturing environment knows that accident risks can be found virtually everywhere. Safety should always be a priority among company leadership so that employees know they are working in safe environments. To facilitate that, the Minnesota department of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration offers assistance to employers.

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