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November 2013 Archives

Worker death sheds light on unsafe conditions on Texas work sites

Many people in Texas are aware that construction work can be dangerous. However, this does not mean that employers are allowed to turn a blind eye to state and federal safety requirements. In fact, it should mean that they are strictly complying with regulations and consistently making sure that workers are as safe as possible on the job.

Construction worker crushed on Texas jobsite

Working in construction can often mean working with heavy, powerful and complicated machinery. It is crucial that employees are properly trained on this equipment and that it is properly built and before use. If these things fail to happen, a worker can be catastrophically injured by an accident involving these huge machines.

Will electronic incident reporting make workplaces safer?

People who work in companies across Texas may be familiar with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. In general, this group monitors workplace safety and cites companies for failures to comply with various safety regulations. After an accident on the job occurs, OSHA representatives are tasked with investigating the work environment, identifying unsafe conditions and issuing a fine to a company for noncompliance.

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