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April 2017 Archives

Robotic workers pose threats of causing permanent disability

The numbers of workplace accidents involving robots seem insignificant at present. However, with more and more of them entering the manufacturing industry nationwide, including in Ohio, mechanical workers may cause increased numbers of on-the-job injuries in the future. Any human worker who shares his or her workplace with a robotic colleague may be vulnerable to suffer injuries that might cause permanent disability or worse.

Safety violation might have caused driver's death at Pier 48

An unexplained death occurred recently at a facility along the Ohio River at which cargo is loaded and received. It is not yet clear whether a safety violation caused the fatality, but an investigation to determine the circumstances that led to the worker's death was initiated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. It is currently regarded an industrial accident, and investigated as such.

OSHA to determine whether safety violation causes scaffold fall

Scaffold structures on construction sites in Ohio and other states must comply with strict federal safety regulations. Even the slightest safety violation can lead to a fall that may cause traumatic injuries or worse. Such a tragedy occurred in another state on a recent Friday.

Burn victim may suffer permanent disability after explosion

Any employee in Ohio or elsewhere who is involved in a workplace explosion can suffer life-changing injuries. A recent workplace accident in another state underscores the potential impact on a victim and his or her family. Although the victim survived, he might suffer permanent disability.

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