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  • How Hardhats Save Lives of Houston Workers

    How Hardhats Save Lives

    Rick Plezia May 24, 2016 Work Accidents

    People that work in dangerous industries like construction, manufacturing, and oil and gas need to take extra precautions to ensure their own safety while on the jobsite. Proper training and safety equipment are the best protections against workplace accidents, and the staple of all personal safety equipment is the hardhat. Hardhats might seem like a simple tool in keeping workers safe, but their ingenious design saves hundreds of lives each year.

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  • Electrocution Injuries in the Workplace

    Electrocution Injuries in the Workplace

    Rick Plezia May 18, 2016 Work Accidents

    While many people think that electrocution in the workplace is a rare occurrence, it accounts for approximately 75 deaths and thousands of injuries each year in the U.S. Because electrocution injuries can be so severe, it’s important to understand that any type of worker can sustain an electrocution injury on the jobsite.

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  • Most Frequently Cited OSHA Standards

    Top 10 Most Frequently Cited OSHA Standards

    Rick Plezia May 11, 2016 Work Accidents

    The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) sets specific regulations to ensure that all employers provide a safe workplace for their employees. Thousands of OSHA inspectors visit worksites across the country every year and these were the top ten most frequently cited OSHA standards in 2015.

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  • How To Avoid Struck-By Accidents In The Workplace in Houston Texas

    How To Avoid Struck-By Accidents In The Workplace

    Rick Plezia May 4, 2016 Work Accidents

    Every year, thousands of workers are injured on the jobsite. While some industries account for more accidents than others, every employer has a responsibility to provide a safe workplace for their employees. When they fail to do so, they put employees at risk. One of the most common types of workplace accidents that workers face is struck-by accidents.

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