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Workplace injuries follow break of inappropriate scaffold plank

Oklahoma workers in the building, roofing and construction industries may be aware of the hazards of their occupations. The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration says fall accidents are the leading cause of fatalities in the construction industry. Unfortunately, some employers show complete disregard for the safety of their employees, leading to severe workplace injuries and deaths.

Workers exposed to workplace injuries from anhydrous ammonia

Oklahoma workers in food industries where they are exposed to refrigeration systems that work with ammonia should be informed of the health risks they are facing on a daily basis. The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently cited a meat-processing facility for seven serious safety violations that could lead to workplace injuries. The citations include four violations related to anhydrous ammonia management.

Worker's fall into sulfuric acid causes severe workplace injuries

Workers in all industries face safety hazards everyday; however, some industries have specific areas that require compliance with additional safety regulations. Employers in Oklahoma and elsewhere whose employees work in areas where chemicals and heavy machinery are present have to comply with specific safety regulations that are prescribed by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Some employers disregard these regulations in order to speed up processes and improve profitability, but such shortcuts often lead to workplace injuries that end up having an adverse effect on the company's bottom line.

Window washer suffers workplace injuries after 11-story fall

Oklahoma company owners are responsible for the safety of their workers. Regardless of the type of industry, preventing workplace injuries can only be achieved by following the strict safety regulations that are prescribed by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration. However, many workers suffer on-the-job injuries that are caused by negligent disregard of safety regulations by supervisors and employers.

Warehouse workers need protection from labor injuries

Men and women who work construction in Oklahoma and other places in the world too often are victims of extreme workplace accidents. Someone might fall from a significant height. Maybe a roof caves in and a worker falls to suffer a back injury or even death.

Women work construction, too, and are at-risk of work injuries

Men and women share in the duties of all kinds of industries. From leading court cases as lawyers to rebuilding roads as construction workers, basically no job is out of someone's reach is he or she wants it. The fact that there is equal opportunity, however, doesn't mean that men and women face the same challenges in the workplace.

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