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Injured worker claim can result from excavator accident

Heavy machinery is necessary for many types of jobs. This type of equipment is most common at construction and industrial sites in California. However, workers need to be careful when working with heavy machinery, since an accident can result in serious injuries or even death in worst case scenarios. Therefore, employers should ensure that proper safety procedures are followed to prevent workplace injuries that could result in an injured worker claim.

Injured worker claim possible after construction site accident

Construction sites are usually full of potential dangers for workers. This is why employers are required to maintain compliance with safety standards for construction sites in California. However, even with appropriate safety compliance, an accident can happen, which may result in an injured worker claim against the construction company.

Injured worker claim possible after 4 construction workers hurt

Construction workers already face dangers at most construction sites. However, when a construction site is located on a California roadway, it can be even more dangerous. A recent construction accident on a turnpike in another state left four workers injured. The accident could result in an injured worker claim by one or more of the workers involved.

Oil refinery faces OSHA investigation over injury reporting

A business is required to keep accurate records of workplace injuries. Failure to do so can result in safety violations and citations from regulating agencies in California. One oil refinery in another state may be facing this challenge with regard to a pending OSHA investigation. 

Injured worker claim may result from recent construction accident

There are risks at just about any workplace. However, construction sites tend to have more potential for serious injuries than other types of work environments in California. This can be a problem for employers of construction workers because a serious work injury can result in an injured worker claim or even an OSHA investigation.

Explosion in oil plant may result in injured worker claim

Oil, in all its forms, is an important part of California's economy. However, managing and processing oil requires significant human resources. If one is not careful when working with this or other flammable materials, an explosion can occur, which could be followed by an injured worker claim and possibly an OSHA investigation.

Construction accident can prompt injured worker claim

Risk is an important consideration when a person decides to work in the California construction industry. Due to the types of environments to which construction workers are generally exposed, they must take extra care to maintain proper safety precautions. Much of this has to do with the large and heavy machinery construction workers typically deal with on a daily basis. An accident involving heavy machinery often results in an injured worker claim.

Medical facilities can help prevent an injured worker claim

A great deal of attention has been focused lately on the high volume of workplace injuries suffered by nurses in California and across the nation. The issue has prompted debate about the role medical facilities play in promoting safe workplace environments and taking actions to reduce the number of workplace injuries that nurses experience while caring for patients. A recent article looks at circumstances that often lead to an injured worker claim and makes suggestions on how to reduce the rate of injuries for nursing staff.

OSHA investigation begins after man falls through skylight

Any type of physical labor has its own risks of injury. Much of the risk depends upon where the job is performed. Labor performed on top of a roof of a building can be particularly dangerous for the workers who have to perform duties at such great heights. One recent workplace accident that occurred outside of California has now resulted in an OSHA investigation.

4 men may file injured worker claim after construction accident

Construction sites can be dangerous places for workers. One never knows when something unexpected will happen at a construction site in California. Four out-of-state workers experienced exactly this in a recent construction accident. This accident could potentially result in a future injured worker claim.

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