One thing that all workers have to keep in mind is the kinds of chemicals they're around. On warm days, when chemicals are mixed or in other situations, there could be a risk of dangerous or deadly fumes surrounding workers and causing hazardous conditions. Sometimes, fumes can be dangerous or deadly to those exposed.
A man who was a school groundskeeper has won a case against agricultural giant Monsanto. The verdict against Monsanto awarded the man $289 million dollars. It comes late, however, as the former school groundskeeper is approaching death as a result of nonHodgkin's lymphoma.
Ladders are used in many workplaces today, and there is one reality that all workers face: a potential for falls. Ladders come in a number of shapes and forms, and certain ladders are better for some jobs than others.
If you work in a mine, it's wise to learn about mine collapses so that you can recognize when the conditions are right for a collapse to occur. Mining is a risky practice, but with the right tools and structures in place, it's safer for miners to be in the mine shafts.
There are all kinds of accidents that can happen on the job, but a few are more common than others. For example, it's fairly common to hear about someone slipping and falling at work, as is it normal to hear about someone getting into a vehicular accident while working.
Workplace accidents can be extremely serious, and even if the workplace itself isn't particularly hazardous, one item out of place or one worker's mistake could result in serious injuries or death.
As a construction worker, you know that there are many safety risks associated with your profession. While you do your best to avoid trouble on the job, there's no guarantee that you'll never be part of an accident.
Even when you are working in perfect conditions, you understand that you could be part of an accident. That's why it's called an accident!
In today's day and age, there is a tool for almost every job imaginable. While this is good news for those in particular industries, there's something you need to remember: Safety comes first.
As a construction worker, it's easy to lose focus of just how important it is to keep your site clean. One piece of debris leads to another, and soon enough there is stuff laying everywhere.