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Jack Cooper Jul 3
Today's HSE annual stats show 147 workers killed at work in year to March 19. Construction, agriculture & waste industry workers make up the highest proportions of these deaths. Our thoughts are with those workers' families &S
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Daniel Stander Sep 11
A French company has been held liable after an employee died during sex "with a perfect stranger" on a business trip...
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UpTalk Podcast Apr 28
Today we honour those who have lost their lives in the workplace and continue to support those who have been injured. Let’s make sure we continue to be diligent so that we all make it home safely each day!
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Katherine Grady Jul 11
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Canadian Trucking Magazine Aug 21
Chris Hesch , Women's Trucking Federation of Canada 🇨🇦 gone but never forgotten! He had been helping another driver back up a trailer when he was pinned between the trailer and the building A tragic death
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Gloria Brame Sep 7
How did his genitals get caught in a belt sander in the first place?
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GCJHS AP Feb 23
Yikes...next time go downstairs and get a ladder #100%preventable
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Joanne Rousseau Aug 28
Photo 240/365: “vintage” me- 1985, following a involving a serrated knife and romaine lettuce.
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Nate Leach Jun 17
Listen to Workplace Accident Ruff Alt Mix by Rat Trap uploaded and recorded by Rasolom on
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Blake Morgan Injury Group May 21
Looking for a top rated to handle your compensation case if you have had a that wasn't your fault? Get in touch with our group:
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NV Legal Nov 14
Trades which involve manual handling are prone to accidents. Stay safe in your workplace with these handy tips from the Health and Safety Executive​
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Barnes Law Firm Feb 15
investigating scaffolding accident that critically injured woman in
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Felice & Ehrlich Attorneys at Law Nov 18
There were 2.8 million nonfatal and illnesses reported by private industry employers in  2018.If you’ve been involved in a that resulted in expensive medical bills & lost wages, you need the help of an experienced .
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RTITB Jul 25
INDUSTRY NEWS: An airport cargo company has been fined after a worker was crushed by a freight container weighing nearly 700kg
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Mad Scientist May 14
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Slatebag Mar 20
Back at work and here i am at the clinic
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Jack Cooper Jul 11
We often see crush injuries in the workplace. Employers must take duties to devise safe methods work seriously or risk tragedy, it is only luck this wasn't a fatal accident
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Journey to Diversity Sep 20
Worker suffers burns in Riverside industrial accident | CP24
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Club 25 Football Oct 31
When you dress up as an unfortunate paint factory worker for - happy Halloween everyone!
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Tap into Safety Jul 31
Serious workplace accidents leave a long-lasting impact and it’s important that we learn from past mistakes to ensure we don’t have a repeat. Our post looks at the conditions for learning from accidents
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