By not reporting your injury, you're putting yourself in danger in a number of ways. Imagine you're busy lifting, pushing, or pulling something heavy at work, and, out of nowhere, you feel a sharp pain in your back. It's so bad that you can barely … [Read more...] about The Dangers of Not Reporting an On-The-Job Back Injury
Work Related Injuries
After a work injury, there are specific forms that must be completed to start the workers' compensation process. This can be confusing for many injured workers, so we wanted to provide a brief overview of what these forms are and what they … [Read more...] about What Forms Should Be Completed After a Work Injury?
Every year, thousands of railroad workers are injured on the job. Some of these injuries can be quite serious and even life-threatening. In this article, we will discuss seven of the most common injuries that railroad workers encounter while … [Read more...] about Railroad Injuries: 7 Common Injuries Among Railroad Workers
Though many work-related injuries go unreported, it's always better to report your injury and seek medical attention. On average, around 13 workers die as a result of workplace injuries. That's more than 4,000 deaths per year. In addition, nearly … [Read more...] about 8 Reasons Work Injuries Often Go Unreported
These six common winter injuries are most common in the winter months. Here are some general tips to prevent these injuries. Believe it or not, there are a few specific types of injuries that are more likely to occur during the colder months. This … [Read more...] about Which Work Injuries Are Most Common in Winter?
Hard hats should be worn by anyone working in a hazardous environment where there is a risk of head injury, including construction workers, miners, firefighters, & paramedics. Did you know that in the United States, 13 workers die on the job … [Read more...] about How Hard Hat Safety in the Workplace Can Save Lives