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Month: January 2021

Human behavior contributes to work-related injuries

Safety hazards are present in all California industries, and employers must ensure that all known risks are addressed. However, regardless of the industry, human behavior is often linked to workplace accidents. Safety authorities estimate 80% of work-related injuries result from one of five types of worker errors. Distractions put workers at risk. Clutter and other …

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Underground digging involves life-threatening hazards

If your work involves excavations or trenches, it could be life-threatening. Compliance with prescribed safety standards is crucial. The Common Ground Alliance says underground utilities nationwide, including California, exceed 100 billion feet. The highest risk workers include construction workers, utility workers and landscapers. Calling 811 should be a part of the planning of any project …

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Construction workers risk repetitive stress injuries

Construction workers in California face an endless list of safety hazards each day. The risks include dangerous tools, elevated work levels and more. Along with the known dangers come repetitive stress injuries that could cause long-term, or even permanent, musculoskeletal damage. Ergonomics are as important on construction sites as in office environments. Examples of causes …

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Are injured food delivery drivers entitled to workers’ comp benefits?

Given the rise of COVID outbreaks throughout California, many consumers have turned to ordering takeout orders from restaurants they once physically frequented. This in turn has expanded the demand for delivery drivers. In the state of California, workers’ comp laws state that workers can apply for workers’ comp benefits for injuries “arising out of and …

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