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Tips for preventing workplace injuries from electrical hazards

Many people in California and across the country work in industrial facilities. These workplaces can present various dangers to workers, particularly electrical hazards, which is why it is important that employers do their part to ensure that safety regulations are followed. Unfortunately, workplace injuries can occur at any moment, and some could prove fatal.

Truckers may be prone to repetitive stress injuries

With the popularity of two-day shipping, commercial drivers are in high demand nowadays. In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 3.5 million Americans work as truck drivers. Whether you drive short routes or long-haul treks, you must prioritize your safety every time you climb behind the wheel. After all, an on-the-job injury may leave you with life-altering complications. 

Falls are common construction accidents that lead to trauma

Construction workers have highly demanding and dangerous jobs. They need to ensure that they are properly carrying out their work-related duties while also trying to remain as safe as possible. Of course, construction accidents can happen in the blink of an eye, and falls are among the most common types of injury-causing incidents.

Can sick employees seek benefits through workers' compensation?

California employees have the right to seek benefits and support in the event that they experience some type of accident in the workplace. They can also pursue workers' compensation benefits if they become ill as a result of toxic exposure or contagions in the workplace. This is a prominent concern in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak, especially for those who work in the health care industry. 

Technology may help reduce risks of workplace injuries

Most California residents hope to get through life without suffering any type of major injury. Unfortunately, risks for injuries exist everywhere. Some people may even suffer serious workplace injuries while on the job, but technology may help lessen those risks.

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