June 2020 Archives

Fatal California work accident under investigation

California is famous for many things -- some positive and some negative. For example, many people associate certain areas of the state with heavy traffic, and a fear of many drivers is that they will experience car problems while stuck in this traffic. Fortunately, a joint program organized by several state organizations, the Freeway Service Patrol, provides drivers who can help disabled motorists with several services for free, including quick repairs, tire changes or towing. Despite the benefits of these services, these workers also face hazards to their own safety as evidenced by a recent work accident involving a FSP employee.

June designated to raise awareness of trench collapse prevention

Construction can often be a lengthy, complicated process. Though there may be a desire to reduce costs and save time, doing so can often have tragic consequences for construction workers in California and across the country. For example, efforts to do so -- along with other factors -- could result in a trench collapse.

1 killed, 1 seriously injured in industrial accident

Most workers in California and across the country report to work each day, committed to fulfilling their job obligations to the best of their abilities. While doing so they also work to protect their personal safety. Unfortunately, however, even the most safety conscious workers can find themselves the victims of an industrial accident.

A traumatic brain injury can happen in any workplace

Regardless of the industry in which you work, you will likely encounter unexpected safety hazards. Whether you work in an office or a construction site, you will risk suffering a catastrophic injury like a traumatic brain injury. Many workers do not realize that brain trauma can occur even without a penetrating wound to the skull.

Helicopter work accident kills 3 in California

Electricity is an essential part of the lives of people living in the United States. Though it is easy to take for granted, workers across the country often put a great deal of effort into ensuring that customers do not experience a disruption in service; these efforts could ultimately put their lives at risk. In fact, three people in California were recently killed following a helicopter crash related to a work accident as those in it worked to perform contracted work for the power company.

OSHA to investigate fatal industrial accident

While many people in California and across the country would likely report feeling safe in their work environment, there are many hazards that they face. In fact, even the most safety-conscious workers can find themselves the victims of an industrial accident. In fact, reports indicate that a man was recently killed in an accident at a lumber company in another state.

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