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November 2014 Archives

Man loses leg after job site accident on California Hwy 4

Most California construction companies and their subcontractors do what they can to ensure the safety of their workers. Even so, no amount of safety policies, procedures or equipment can remove every hazard from a construction site. Even under the best circumstances, a job site accident can cause serious injury or death to a worker.

Cal/OSHA recommends fines in industrial accident

Flammable materials are often used or present in industrial settings. The California division of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration sets rules and regulations regarding the handling of those flammable materials. When a company fails to follow proper handling and safety measures, an industrial accident can occur.

Industrial accident leads to fines from OSHA for foundry

Chemical exposure is a concern for many industrial workers here in California and elsewhere around the country. Without the proper safety precautions, an industrial accident can leave a worker with an injury or illness. On May 6, an out-of-state man who worked with hazardous chemicals was found in a restroom at the place where he worked. He was unresponsive.

Unusual job site accident kills man in New Jersey

California men and women who work in the construction business know that it does not matter what function an individual performs, the dangers at job sites can cause serious injuries or death. The nature of the work lends itself to a job site accident if contractors and employees alike do not follow safety protocols. An unusual set of circumstances led to the death of a man delivering sheet rock to a site on the East Coast where a high-rise building is being constructed.

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