Five Reasons Construction Workers Suffer From Electrocutions

Electrocution is one of the four biggest causes of workplace injuries and deaths in the United States, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Construction workers, in particular, are at an incredibly high risk of electrocution on the job, suffering from electrical injuries more often than workers in any other industry. Here are five reasons why construction workers are at such a high risk of electrocutions:… Read the rest

SUVs and Pickup Trucks Responsible for Majority of Pedestrian Accidents

According to a recent study, pickup trucks and SUVs are more responsible than any other type of passenger vehicle for pedestrian accidents and deaths. In research released by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the majority of pedestrian accidents are caused by these larger vehicles, which have become increasingly popular over the past two decades. In fact, the research ties the increased ownership of SUVs and pickup trucks as a potential reason for the rise in pedestrian fatalities since 2009.… Read the rest

Being Mindful During National Work Zone Safety Awareness Week

April 11 marks the beginning of National Work Zone Safety Awareness Week, a time when drivers are encouraged to be especially mindful of work zones on the road. An average of two workers are killed every single day due to work zone accidents, due in no small part to driver negligence. Motorists should be on the lookout for these work zones while on the road, and drive carefully to avoid potentially lethal accidents.… Read the rest

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