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OSHA’s New Final Rule: Hazard Communications in the Workplace (Part 3)

Continuing from OSHA’s New Final Rule: Hazard Communications in the Workplace (Part 2), this is the final installment of the three-part blog regarding new OSHA regulations associated with chemical hazards in the workplace. While Parts 1 and 2 of this blog focused on the consistent chemical labeling system and the changes to Hazard Communications Standards, […]

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Know the Signs of Heat Illness in Hot Summer Months (Part 1)

With summer in full swing and temperatures across the nation only likely to get warmer before getting cooler, it’s important for those who work outdoors to know the signs of heat illnesses – including heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke – so they know when to seek treatment to prevent more serious complications from […]

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National COSH Report Recommends Reforms to Prevent Workplace Deaths (Part 2)

As discussed in National COSH Report Recommends Reforms to Prevent Workplace Deaths (Part 1), the April 2013 report compiled by the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health (National COSH) reported some eye-opening statistics regarding the frequency of workplace fatalities in the U.S. In addition to these statistics and discourse on various workplace safety topics, […]

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Railroad Employees Rights According to OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has been in place since 1970 in order to protect employees, including railroad workers, by setting standards and regulations associated with various elements of workplace safety. OSHA regulations are particular important to certain industries, such as the railroad industry and the construction industry, that are known to have […]

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Does My Injury Qualify as a Work-Related Injury?

If you have been recently injured, determining whether an injury is classified as a work-related injury by both an employer and insurance companies is far more complicated than many people realize. In fact, the stipulations regarding what is considered to be a workplace injury are extremely specific, and people with injuries not falling into the […]

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Common Questions & Answers about Injury and Illness Prevention Programs

More than 3.3 million workplace injuries occur each year in the U.S., and approximately 12 work-related deaths occur daily, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. What is possibly just as shocking as these statistics is the fact that such preventable injuries and deaths cost roughly $1 billion each week. In an effort to […]

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Natural Gas Explosion in Colorado Kills One and Injures Three Others

Late in the summer of 2012, a natural gas explosion occurred in a well owned by the Encana Corporation, a Canadian-based energy company, and the accident resulted in the death of a contractor who was working for the company. Three others, two other contractors and one Encana employee, were also injured in the natural gas […]

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Protecting Young Workers in Colorado

In 2010, there were close to 400 employees who were under the age of 24 who were killed in work accident in the U.S.  About 30 of these workers were under the age of 18.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there were an addition 800,000 young workers who wound up […]

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Workers’ Compensation Confusion in Colorado

Workers’ compensation is here to offer health insurance and specific monetary benefits to those who have been injured on the job.  These benefits are fixed by law, yet many employers aren’t ready to give you the compensation that you deserve.  For this reason, our Boulder workers’ compensation attorneys urge you to contact an experienced attorney […]

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