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Workplace Accident Led to Mistreatment For Amazon Worker

Amazon’s brand is ubiquitous. You can have any item delivered to your house in one day. However, all this convenience can come at a high cost for their employees.  When we buy products on Amazon, the workers in the company’s 140 distribution centers across the U.S. fill that order while working in harsh conditions, with the threat of dismissal constantly over their...

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The Injury Risks Faced by Pennsylvania EMS Providers

Emergency Medical Service providers and all other first responders have very physically demanding jobs. Every day, they perform life-saving measures under intense pressure. As a result, physical injuries among EMS providers are far too common. How EMS injuries can be prevented recently published an article with tips for EMS providers to prevent injuries while...

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How Life-Saving Technology Can Protect Workers

Worldwide, there are more than 320,000 fatalities every year caused by work accidents, according to the International Labor Organization (ILO). This means that, for 320,000 families, their lives are forever changed because of what is usually a preventable accident. What is more, their loss has a big impact on the workplace, as well as the...

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Opioid Addiction In The Wake of a Workplace Accident

In the wake of a devastating workplace accident, many workers need medicinal help to manage their physical pain. That’s when most physicians prescribe opiates. When used correctly, opiates can be extremely beneficial. They can help injured workers heal and get back to work, something they might not have been able to do otherwise. However, while...

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Ototoxic Exposure in the Workplace

Everyone knows that working in loud environments can have a negative impact on an employee’s hearing. Continued exposure to loud noises could cause permanent hearing loss, as well as other health issues. However, that’s not the only situation that may result in hearing loss. Exposure to a group of chemicals known as ototoxins can have...

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Congress Considers Healthcare Violence Prevention

Last month, legislation was introduced to Congress that would direct OSHA to issue rules aimed at preventing workplace violence in the healthcare sector. Led by Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA), the bill closely resembles a similar law which went into effect in California last year. Referred to as the Health Care Workplace Violence Prevention Act, the...

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42 Percent of Construction Worker Deaths Involve Falls

Few jobs today are as risky as construction and contracting work. The physical demands and hazardous work environment mean that injuries and deaths are all too common, with 937 fatal injuries occurring in 2015. Roofers, in particular, are at a much higher risk for injury and death, ranking in the top five in fatal injury...

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Balancing Safety Versus Production in the Workplace

Balancing safety and production has been a challenge for employers for decades. Many of today’s workplace regulations were born out of negligence that led to accidents in previous years. But creating the safest work environment possible is an ongoing challenge. For many workplaces, this challenge is born out of the nature of their industry, such...

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Bethlehem Workers Compensation Lawyer Opposes Proposed Changes

BETHLEHEM, PA (February 2, 2018) – A pending proposal in Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives would radically change the state’s workers’ compensation system and punish injured workers by giving unprecedented control to insurance companies, according to Bethlehem workers’ compensation attorney Anthony R. Vellner. “For more than a century, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has taken care of...

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