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Preparing for Site Excavation
Site excavation is a line of business that requires a lot of preparation in order to be executed and completed correctly, and more importantly, safely.
Wrongful Death of An Electrician
The administrators of the estate of a man who fell to his death more than a year ago are suing the businesses involved in the alleged incident.
Mitigating Facility Maintenance Risks: Scaffolding Use
Facility cleaning crews are responsible not only for the maintenance of the interior of a complex, but also the outside.
Health Risks of Xylene: Sign Manufacturing
Xylene is a solvent used in the printing industry as a thinner for paints, inks, and adhesives.
Dangers of Silica: Sandblasting Glass
Silica is an ingredient in abrasive sands that help to give the sand its coarse nature. Unfortunately, silica is also quite toxic if inhaled regularly (on the job every day).
The Risks of Shipping for Horticulturists
Tennessee Attorney General Bob Cooper has sued the owners of two companies for allegedly using false advertising to sell nursery goods.
Gas Line Explosion Risk During Excavation
Peoples Gas System filed a federal lawsuit against Posen Construction, alleging it was negligent and violated a Florida safety law by excavating in an unmarked area and causing an explosion.
Risks of Working On Commercial Buildings: HVAC
Here’s a case from California: A few weeks after moving into a brand new building, two accountants of a particular software company suddenly started having trouble breathing.
Fall Protection: OSHA Safety Standards
Fall protection is an imperative practice in any work site that is elevated more than one story off the ground.
The Primary Health Hazards In The Custodial Workplace
Facility cleaning and maintenance crews come across a wide variety of health hazards in the workplace.
Glass Work and Airborne Exposure
In recent news on the dangers of asbestos, the widow of a glass blower who died from lung disease related to asbestos exposure filed a lawsuit to seek settlement money to pay for his medical bills.
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