Fall Protection under OSHA Guidelines

  For labor intensive environments, the potential for accidents can often come in many different forms. One of the more tragic, yet common occurrences, are falls that occur while on the job. According to the United States Department of Labor, through the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, in construction alone out of the 796 total

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Avoiding a Jet Ski Accident

  As we inch towards spring and summer, the influx of outdoor activities will increase, especially when it comes to using the many waterways that are common in the Texas coast. Among many favorite pastimes, one such that represents both fun and excitement is that of jet skis. As many understand, jet skiing is a

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Construction Zone Accidents

  As noted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Roadway work zones are hazardous both for motorists who drive through the complex array of signs, barrels, and lane changes and for workers who build, repair and maintain our Nation’s streets, bridges, and highways.” As the CDC points out, accidents surrounding construction zones come

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