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Industrial accidents: Unexpected activation of machine injures 3

New York owners of businesses that are involved in recycling operations have to ensure that workers are aware of the multiple safety hazards they will encounter within the plant. Also, training must be provided to teach employees how to stay safe. Unfortunately, many workers are injured in industrial accidents that could have been prevented by compliance with safety regulations.

How and why did 78 workers die in New York City during 2014?

It will still likely be months before we have firm data related to the number and nature of fatal work injuries that occurred in New York City during 2015. However, numbers from 2014 indicate some trends that are likely to have continued into, and well beyond, 2015.

Employers should take action to prevent employment-related traffic accidents

From long-haul truck drivers to mail and delivery service personnel, the safety and very lives of workers who must drive for a living are consistently in peril. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Association, a traffic accident occurs in the U.S. every five seconds, an injury every 10 seconds and a death every 12 minutes. These mind-boggling statistics put the very real and daily dangers that workers who must drive for a living into perspective.

  • American Association for Justice
  • NYCOSH-New York Committee for occupational Safety & Health
  • Queens County Bar Association
  • Society of New York Workers’ Compensation Bar Association, Inc | 1945
  • National Organization of social security claimants Representatives
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