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Legal assistance after workplace injuries may benefit workers

Oklahoma workers who have never suffered an injury in a workplace accident may be unsure how to proceed with workers' compensation claims when needed. Gaining the necessary information about the level of coverage offered by the fund, and the required steps to take if workplace injuries are suffered may protect workers and their families financially. Typically, workers are covered for both physical and mental injuries caused by work-related accidents.

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.

Workplace injuries can lead to occupational illness in time

The presence of invisible toxic vapors in certain industrial premises remains a concern of workers in certain industries. Workers in industries in Oklahoma where dangerous chemicals may cause severe workplace injuries or illness rely heavily on their employers to monitor the air quality and provide protective clothing. Company owners who fail to abide by the strict safety regulations as prescribed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration may cause workers to develop occupational illnesses that will affect the remainder of their lives, and could even lead to death.

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.

May 2014 be a better year for mining safety

Workplace safety and mining officials were hopeful last year that 2013 was going to mark a safer year for miners in the U.S. Mining is an economic staple in this country and in Oklahoma specifically. As important as mining is to the market, employers must make safety even more important.

Holidays aren't always happy for Oklahoma workers in retail

By this time next week, the turkey will have been carved. The pie will have been enjoyed (the first slice at least), and the coupons will have been collected. Black Friday is next week, and Oklahoma shoppers are no different from other bargain shoppers across the country. They will line up bright and early to get a good deal on electronics and other holiday gifts.

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