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Workers' compensation benefits include rehabilitative services

If you should ever have the misfortune of being hurt on the job, hopefully, your injuries will not alter your life in any great measure, and you'll be back to your old self quickly. But sadly, sometimes, injuries can leave workers with long-term issues that require some form of rehabilitation. Fortunately, the state of New York's Workers' Compensation Board offers a variety of rehabilitative services for injured employees.

What should be done to treat a cut?

Whether you are a head chef or a prep cook, if part of your job requires slicing or chopping food, you need a good sharp knife to complete your tasks. And you are also likely aware that using a cutting knife safely requires careful attention. But restaurant work is often very hectic, especially during peak meal times. It is all too easy to slip or make a mistake while hurriedly slicing something. And the slightest slip can lead to a very nasty cut.

Cranes do heavy lifting and pose potential danger to workers

Staten Island, and indeed the entirety of New York City, is in a constant state of change and growth. And the construction industry is a major contributor to that growth. Often the city's development is characterized by tearing down the old and replacing with the new. And it takes many hard working individuals who operate very large and powerful machines to get this task accomplished.

Chemical exposure can lead to occupational skin diseases

If someone asked you to name the largest human organ, what would be your answer? If you said the lungs, intestines or some other internal part, you would be wrong. Believe it or not, your skin is your largest organ. And while you may not think of your skin as performing organ-like tasks, it is responsible for such functions as temperature control, vitamin D synthesis and tactile sensation.

Workers' compensation is vital for workers with spinal injuries

If you should ever be injured while on the job and the injury is properly treated, there is usually a good chance that you will enjoy a full recovery. There are a couple of reasons for this. First, you will probably be able to have your medical care covered by the workers' compensation program. Also, the human body has amazing healing properties that help us get back on our feet and back to work.

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