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5 Job Hazards Faced by Health Care Workers and Supporting Staff

Nursing and nursing assistants are among the many health care workers who face job-related hazards that the average person can only imagine. Exposure to infections and chemicals along with workplace attacks sometimes happen inside hospitals, clinics and nursing homes.

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Hispanic Construction Workers Are at The Highest Risk on The Job

Younger Hispanic men are often eager to find stable, decent-paying work so that they can support themselves and their families. They are willing to work hard and put in long hours when necessary to earn a fair wage.

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What Is Cumulative Trauma to A Worker?

Workers’ compensation coverage is crucial for those trying to support themselves or their family members. Without protection from job-related injuries and illnesses, workers would likely avoid professions with known safety risks, as they could potentially become unable to support themselves or their family members permanently.

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4 Reasons a Workers’ Comp Claim May Be Denied

Were you injured at work? Are your injuries making it hard to continue working?

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3 Reasons to Report a Workplace Injury Quickly

Oftentimes, the standard advice for workers who have been injured on the job is that they should report their situation as soon as they can. They need to talk to a supervisor or even contact their boss and simply get that report on file.

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Safety Tips for Working on A Ladder

In many industries, falls are one of the major reasons why injuries happen every year. For example, they are the top reason for fatal accidents in the construction industry.

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