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November 2016 Archives

Proper planning can help prevent work zone accidents

When working in a work zone on or near a roadway, there are many hazards you need to be aware of. Construction sites are filled with trucks and mobile equipment moving through the area. Workers are constantly exposed to the potential of being hit by these and other vehicles.

Early version of worker's comp covered colorful characters

If someone were to offer to tell you the history of workers' compensation, you would likely make a very quick exit from the room. After all, even though workers' compensation serves the vital task of helping injured workers get the care and treatment they need, it's background cannot be interesting, right? Well, that's true only if you find tales of pirates boring.

What should I do if I get chemicals in my eyes at work?

If you work with chemicals, it is all too easy to suffer an eye injury. This could happen if you unknowingly get a chemical on your hands and you rub your eyes or if a chemical splashes into your eyes while being poured. It is even possible for chemicals you are mixing together to have an explosive reaction, splattering the chemicals into your face. But regardless of how it happens, once you get chemicals in your eyes it is vital that you rinse with water immediately.

What can I do if my job is contributing to my depression?

Everyone has the occasional bad day at work and stress is an inherent part of most jobs. As such, it is not unusual for a worker to feel down or anxious from time to time. But if your job is seriously impacting your emotional well-being and mental health, it is very important to have the matter addressed. If you are experiencing work-related depression or anxiety, you should consider the condition as being as serious as a physical injury.

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