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Electrocution: Overhead power lines cause fatal workplace injury

Construction company owners may be able to prevent many workplace accidents by carrying out proper site assessments and addressing identified hazards before allowing workers on site. During evaluation of a worksite, it is important to consider the types of equipment that will be used. Sloping surfaces or overhead power cables can pose severe workplace injury or even life-threatening hazards.

OSHA finds 44 safety violations at plant after workplace injury

In addition to providing workers with safe workplace environments, employers in Oklahoma and nationwide are required to report workplace injuries to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration within a specified period. After receiving information of an unreported workplace injury at a business in another state, OSHA launched an investigation. This was to determine the circumstances of the incident and to check the company's compliance with safety regulations.

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