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Important Measures Businesses Should Take to Improve Workplace Safety

Workplace safety is a major concern, particularly in places such as factories, manufacturing plants, and mines. These industries are filled with heavy and powerful equipment that can cause gruesome injuries if not used correctly. This can lead to workers and businesses piling up expensive medical bills while having to pay other employees overtime to cover for lower staffing levels while injured workers recover.

What is a spinal cord injury?

Do you have a job at which you know falls are one of the common injuries to watch out for? Minnesota residents who work in construction or other industries that rely on the use of ladders, scaffolding, cranes and other items to get to high places often face the risk of a fall on the job. Many serious injuries or even death can result from a single fall. One such injury is a spinal cord injury.

Investigation launched into worker death at malt company

Minnesota residents who work at industrial sites, manufacturing plans, construction sites and other places known to have high injury risks have good reason to track workplace accidents among their peers. Sometimes learning about these incidents brings people together and can also serve as important reminders about how essential safety practices really are. These events may also provide insight into how some accidents could be avoided or what type of action should be taken after the fact.

Construction site hazards

Construction sites are deservedly known for being among the more hazardous places to work. According to OSHA, around one-fifth of worker deaths in the private sector are results of construction site accidents. While some types of accidents are unpredictable and cannot be reasonable safeguarded against, it is possible to watch out for the most common and dangerous kinds of injuries.

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