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November 2015 Archives

Remembering one of the deadliest work accidents in U.S. history

With Thanksgiving coming up later this week, many Americans are evaluating their current situations and their histories with the ultimate goal of cultivating gratitude. We can be thankful for what we have now and grateful for the challenges we have overcome.

Power tool use can lead to vibration-related occupational injuries

Have you ever finished mowing the lawn with a power mower and felt an odd sensation in your hands and fingers? Other objects may feel temporarily different than they normally would. This change in sensation is most likely related to the vibrations of the mower transferring into your hands and arms.

OSHA fines increasing for the first time in 25 years

Workplaces across the United States have become much safer over the past half-century largely because of regulation and regulating agencies like the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. In addition to crafting safety policies and conducting inspections, OSHA can businesses for safety violations, particularly those that have led to workplace accidents and deaths.

U.S. lawmakers ask for federal oversight of workers' compensation

Our last two posts focused on detrimental changes to workers' compensation laws and policies in various states. In recent years, more than 30 states have enacted changes that make it more difficult for injured workers to qualify for workers' compensation and have lowered benefits for those who do qualify.

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