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Workers in the construction industry are at a greater risk of sustaining injuries from contact with electricity than the general population.

Regardless of the number of hours spent in safety training, if workers are fatigued, accidents are likely to happen.

Workplace eye injuries cost over $133 million a year in medical expenses, workers’ compensation and lost productivity according to the American Academy of Ophtamology.

The No. 1 cause of job-related disability and missed days at work in the U.S. is back pain. Repetitive motion and heavy lifting on the job are major contributors to this widespread problem.

In many workplaces across the U.S., workers spend prolonged periods of time performing job duties on their hands and knees or are engaged in activities requiring kneeling, crouching and/or squattin

It doesn’t require a fall from heights to be seriously injured by rebar. A simple stumble onto unguarded rebar can result in a critical injury or fatality.

For industries competing in today’s market, eco-friendly solutions are an emerging trend that not only saves the planet, but that can also boost your company’s profile and, in turn, its bottom line

While there are certain things one would never want to venture onto a job site without, summer’s heat requires specific items that provide protection from the sun and/or offer heat-reducing quali

In the Mid-Atlantic Region of the US, Summer is often peak time for construction work.

Each day, approximately 2,000 workplace-related eye injuries occur in the U.S. Ninety percent of these injuries are preventable. And preventing them is quicker and easier than you might think.