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August 2018 Archives

Preventing computer-related repetitive strain injuries

When you stop and think about the world’s most dangerous jobs, chances are, you envision that of a logger, law enforcement official, construction worker or what have you. While these jobs are undeniably dangerous, employees who spend long days working on computers also face certain job-related risks, with one of the more common hazards facing office workers being repetitive strain injuries.

Workplace injuries can quickly result from vehicle-related events

Many California workers put their lives at risk every day simply by carrying out their work-related duties. In particular, individuals who work on roadway construction are especially at risk due to the equipment and machinery they use as well as the possibility of being hit by vehicles whose drivers do not slow down or heed other safe practices. Unfortunately, the latter hazard can cause serious workplace injuries.

Crane accident leads to workplace injuries

Many California residents enjoy going to work. Though they may work long hours or have to contend with difficult work conditions, they may feel a sense of accomplishment at the end of the day that makes them look forward to their work. Of course, even an enjoyable job can come with safety risks, and accidents can easily lead to workplace injuries.

Workplace injuries affect man after construction accident

While individuals often anticipate pain and physical difficulties after suffering an injury, they may also need to pay attention to financial troubles that could arise. If individuals suffer workplace injuries, workers' compensation may be able to help with these financial difficulties. However, California workers will need to apply and obtain approval before receiving benefits.

Materials can often cause injuries in construction accidents

Construction sites are hotbeds of potential risks for California workers. With the number of people and different activities that typically take place on these sites, individuals can easily suffer injuries on the job. When construction accidents do take place, it is important for any injured workers to obtain the medical attention they need.

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