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TOPIC: Fatal

10 Most Cited OSHA Standards Violated in 2014

Our Safety Advisors are asked every day to help employers prevent the most common workplace injuries. Many employers do everything they can to protect their workers. Unfortunately, many employers do not. And often, the decisions by employers to not protect their workers lead to needless and sometimes tragic injuries… and even loss of life.

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13 Workers Will Die On the Job Today

The U.S. Department of Labor recently released a statement from Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez on fatal occupational injuries in 2014. The rate of fatal work injuries in 2014 was 3.3 per 100,000 full time workers, the same as the final rate for 2013.

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Recent Deaths Put Spotlight on Fall Protection

Just over a month ago, a maintenance worker fell to his death from a cell tower in Texas. The next day, a cell phone tower collapsed in Clarksburg, West Virginia. Minutes later a second tower at the same site also fell. The collapse of these two towers resulted in the deaths of two workers and a firefighter responding to the scene, and sent two other employees to the hospital with serious injuries.

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Fatal Distractions

Stay Safe On The Road This Holiday Season

As a safety supplier, we observe too often workers being distracted and hurting themselves or putting others at risk. At Arbill, we don’t just sell safety products. We dedicate ourselves to educating and protecting workers everyday so they are safe at work and return safely to their homes at the end of the day. 

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