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What causes workplace injuries most often?

No matter the industry you work in, you can probably list off a few common safety hazards you have on the job. You and your employer work to reduce these risks, but sometimes an accident does happen. Awareness of common injuries and how to prevent them can go far in improving workplace safety. What unseen dangers should you watch out for?

How to report a workplace injury

If you have suffered an injury while on the job in Lexington, you must report it immediately to your supervisor if you wish to receive workers' compensation. Reporting a workplace injury is vital to your case and to protecting your co-workers from possible future accidents that could be dangerous. Here's how you can report a workplace injury.

Tips for avoiding workplace accidents

Having a job is an important part of life, but it can also be a dangerous part of life depending on the industry in which you work. Even if you don't work in an inherently dangerous profession, it is still possible for you to suffer an injury at work. Here are some tips for avoiding accidents in the workplace in Lexington so you don't have to miss time at work.

OSHA fines Florida roofing company $1.5M for job site hazards

A North Florida roofing company is facing proposed penalties of $1,523,710 for failing to protect workers from fall hazards and other dangerous working conditions after an inspector with the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) visited two St. Augustine work sites.

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