Posts tagged "Work-Related Deaths"

21-year old worker dies in trench collapse near Pittsburgh

Within the workplace, one usually achieves a sense of comfort and safety, especially after working at a particular job for a certain amount of time. Once a person is familiar with her work tasks, knows what is expected of her and is familiar with her co-workers, a person tends to settle in.

Moving toward recovery after the death of a loved one

The loss of a loved one is almost always a tragic experience. It can be even more tragic when that loss occurs in an environment that is, for all practical purposes, meant to be safe. The families left behind after a loved one has passed away due to a work incident often have a large burden to carry. This burden may be the driving force behind many families' decision to seek reparations for their loved one's untimely death.

What is my employer doing to keep me safe in the workplace?

All employees in Pennsylvania and across the United States have the right to work in an environment free of known dangers. Whether employees are working with hazardous materials nearby, with powerful machinery or any other potential danger, employees should know that safeguards are in place to protect them.

How should employers protect workers from fatal falls?

Depending on the industry, workers in Pennsylvania can face a variety of hazards. However, one of the most common hazards is from falls. Even a fall from a short distance can be extremely dangerous for workers. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, falls are one of the most common causes of fatal workplace accidents. Because of the seriousness of workplace falls, many Pennsylvania workers may wonder -- how do employers need to protect workers from the risk of falls in the workplace?

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