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May 2014 Archives

Ladder falls can result in workplace injuries and fatalities

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health recently researched the dangers of falls from ladders. Their findings are unlikely to surprise anyone in the Denver construction industry: more than four out of every 10 fatal falls in the U.S. involve a ladder. And among workers, about one out of every five injuries from falls also involved ladders.

More than $500,000 to two injured workers

The Denver office of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration earlier this week announced that it had ordered Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway to pay more than $500,000 to two former workers. The Texas railroad company must also rehire the pair, pay back wages, attorney fees and compensatory damages, OSHA said.

CDC: nearly half of adults with disabilities physically inactive

Procrastination is something many of us in the Denver area struggle with at times. We put off until tomorrow the things we know we should do today. One of the things many people put off is getting exercise. We know we should exercise regularly, but we find reasons for pushing physical activity off until tomorrow, and then we procrastinate again the next day and the next.

Can traumatic brain injury recovery be a matter of degrees?

One of the benefits of a college degree is that you’re more likely to earn a higher income while you’re working. But according to a new study, a college degree can help you even if you’re prevented from working by a traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Fatal construction injuries rise 9 percent

The men and women who erect Denver housing, office buildings, bridges and shopping centers know that the construction business is a dangerous one. Many construction workers regularly risk serious injury and worse as part of their days on job sites.

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