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TOPIC: Common-workplace-accidents

5 Most Common Workplace Accidents: Keys to Prevent Injuries


There are a variety of ways to reduce injuries in your workplace. The two most effective include predictive software, like Arbill's Vantage Predictive Analytics, and common-sense preventative measures that both comply with governmental safety regulations and are practical to your given work environment.

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5 Best Practices to Prevent Workplace Accidents


Merriam-Webster's definition of accident is, "an unfortunate event resulting from carelessness or ignorance." The first example of the word used in a sentence is, "He was injured in an accident at work." Why does the first example of accident involve the workplace? 

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Reconsidered Safety Posts: Eye Injuries

Welcome to this week's final installment of the Arbill blog series Reconsidered Safety Posts. Over this past week, we've looked back at a series of posts on categories of common workplace accidents: Slips, Trips And Falls and Hands And Gloves.

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Protect Your Eyes with Eye Protection – There’s No Reason Not To!

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How To Avoid The Five Most Common Workplace Accidents, Part 3

Welcome to the final installment of Arbill’s three-part blog series on the five most common accidents in the workplace. Part 1 and Part 2 in this series focused on the unexpected: fires, explosions, falls and faulty equipment. We hope you’ve found this week’s safety tips and suggestions helpful.

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How To Avoid The Five Most Common Workplace Accidents, Part 2

“Every day in America, 13 people go to work and never come home. Every year in America, nearly 4 million people suffer a workplace injury and may never recover.” -- Secretary of Labor, Hila Solis, Workers Memorial Day speech, April 26, 2012

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How To Avoid The Five Most Common Workplace Accidents, Part 1

To prevent injuries that occur in the workplace, you first need to know how they happen. Only then can you take preventative measures that both comply with governmental safety regulations and are practical to your given work environment.

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