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Office hazards can result in serious workplace injury

While offices throughout Pennsylvania are thought to be relatively safe, there exists a variety of hazards unique to corporate workplaces that are capable of seriously injuring workers. Fortunately, many of these hazards can be avoided, provided that both employers and workers remain vigilant about upholding office safety for all involved.

Hazard prevention is a must in industrial workplaces

While preventing workplace hazards is essential for virtually every profession, it’s particularly important to industrial workers. Fortunately, there are quite a few methods Erie workers can utilize to ensure their on-the-job environment is as safe as possible.

What are some common types of workplace illnesses

While many people recognize the prevalence of workplace injuries, illnesses that occur at work should not be ignored. Every year, workplace illnesses disrupt the lives of many workers in Erie, and across the state of Pennsylvania. If you have suffered a job-related illness, you may be experiencing a variety of difficulties, such as physical pain and financial complications. Whenever a workplace illness occurs, it is critical for those affected to carefully review their circumstances and determine the best path forward.

Common OSHA violations in the construction industry

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, construction workers who are employed in the private sector have a rate of fatal occupational injuries almost three times greater than other American workers. In Erie, and across Pennsylvania, it is absolutely essential for construction companies and the workers they employ to prevent construction accidents from claiming additional lives. For example, it is crucial for those employed in the construction industry to understand common OSHA violations and address them immediately.

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