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December 2017 Archives

Workplace accidents at fulfillment centers claim yet another life

The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health prescribes guidelines and regulations to keep workers safe in all industries. However, many employers disregard those rules, especially at busy times of the year, and that could lead to workplace accidents. Fulfillment centers are bustling in December, and massive volumes of merchandise are moved in facilities of companies like Amazon.

Workplace injuries: Fighting wildfires is a hazardous occupation

Thousands of firefighters are fighting the devastating wildfires in California, putting their lives on the line to save others. Fighting fires is much more complicated than many people might think. A California Department of Fire and Forestry Protection spokesperson explained the different operations that are involved, and the risks of workplace injuries the firefighters have to face. Changing weather plays a significant role in strategizing, and humidity and temperature are monitored continuously along with wind direction and strength.

Workplace accidents: Heavy equipment causes employee's death

California employees in the manufacturing industry typically face a host of safety hazards every day -- many of which could be life-threatening. Any owner of an industrial plant has a significant responsibility to protect the safety and health of employees. The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health expects employers to comply with the prescribed safety regulations to prevent workplace accidents.

Fatal workplace accidents prevalent despite strict safety rules

Workers in the oil and gas industry in California and other states frequently put their lives on the line. Fatal workplace accidents continue to happen at oil wells despite the strict safety regulations with which employers must comply. Such an incident claimed the life of an employee in another state on a recent Monday afternoon.

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