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Workplace Accidents Archives

Can you get work comp if you cause a car crash while on the job?

Imagine you are a package delivery driver. You’re on the road again after just dropping off a package. You look down at your computer for a split second to determine which delivery is next in line. In that instant, you run a stop sign and crash into another driver. You are seriously injured. Almost immediately after the shock wears off, you start to worry about your medical bills and your lost wages. Since the crash is technically your fault, you’re concerned that you can’t collect workers’ compensation benefits to help cover your expenses.

National Safety Council rates states on safety -- No 'A's given

The National Safety Council (NSC) recently released a report titled The State of Safety. It looks at each state and assesses how well that state protects its citizens from risk. Unfortunately, there were no states that earned an "A" in this report.

How can you prevent accidents at work?

Workplace safety is an important part of keeping employees healthy. As a new employee, it's your employer's job to make sure you understand the best ways to stay safe in the workplace, whether that is through training you to work with machinery or tools or by providing you with informational pamphlets on acceptable behavior in the office.

Does stress increase risk for a workplace accident?

Stressful situations often mean that the people involved in them aren't able to keep their minds on what they are doing. Whether you're dealing with stress that comes from a family or personal financial situation or the workplace itself is stressful, if your mind is occupied, it stands to reason that you are more likely to make an error. Errors on the job can lead to workplace accidents -- that's true for everyone on the team.

2 troopers involved in highway accident

Working any job can be dangerous, and some of the people who know that best are those working as police and state troopers. These individuals are out in the public every day, and they're exposed to many hazards. When an accident or emergency takes place, they're the first to the scene. While they're protecting others, they can be putting themselves at risk of harm, like these troopers did.

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