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March 2016 Archives

Safety on construction sites focus of event

Minnesota construction workers face daily dangers while performing even the most basic of their job duties. Their personal health and safety is always on the line and their family members know that the risk of losing them due to a serious work-related accident is real and ever-present. The need to ensure that all construction companies promote safety from the top down could not be more important.

Types of chemical plant explosions

Minnesota residents who are employed at industrial plants spend their work days surrounded by potentially legal dangers. Even with clearly identified safety protocol and laws in place, accidents can and do happen. The U.S. Chemical Safety Board, which investigates explosions at chemical plant facilities, indicates that a large number of explosions are ultimately caused by some type of safety deficit.

Farm safety focus of new initiative

Anyone in Minnesota who either personally works on a farm or has a loved one who works on a farm knows that farming is a dangerous business. Safety is a big concern and is a growing concern, especially as the demands on farmers continue to grow. Farms big and small are pushed to increase production and decrease costs and sometimes safety may get caught in the middle, leaving innocent workers injured.

What jobs are the most dangerous?

Being involved in an accident on the job is a logical concern for many people in Minnesota. This concern may be even greater if you work in select fields where the risk of this happening can be higher than in other fields. When a job-related accident occurs, you might experience time away from work which can reduce your income, contributing to financial challenges. If you ever die as a result of a jobsite accident, your family is left to deal with not only financial issues but emotional loss as well.

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