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October 2017 Archives

Ensuring that clothing protects against workplace injuries

Minnesota electricians may be some of the estimated 2,000 individuals who annually suffer serious arc flash injuries, which occur when people work on energized electrical units without proper protective clothing. Of the injured individuals, it is estimated that 400 become burned so severely that they do not survive.

Noise, blind spots may be factors in workplace accidents

In some Minnesota workplace environments, the risk of injury or death lies around every corner. Many industrial facilities and large fulfillment warehouses are inherently busy and noisy places comprising numerous intersections, docks and blind spots. When forklift operators and runners on foot are also part of the mix, collisions involving employees, equipment or both may occur due to the compromised visibility and lack of reliable safety enhancements at the site.

Workplace risks faced by mechanics and automotive technicians

The jobs done by mechanics and automotive technicians in Minnesota pose many safety hazards. It is the responsibility of every workshop owner to protect the health and safety of his or her employees. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration provides guidelines and regulations to prevent workplace injuries in every industry. However, it is up to the employer to provide safety training and ensure compliance with safety regulations.

OSHA focuses on fall accident prevention

Minnesota construction workers face many dangers. Among all of the other potential causes of serious injuries and fatalities, falls are the leading factor. Because of the dangers posed by falling accidents to construction workers, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has focused on strict enforcement of its fall prevention safety regulations.

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