workplace injuries

1912, 2016

How to increase safety and avoid workplace injuries

2017-03-07T12:11:44+00:00December 19th, 2016|accident at work, Articles|

As an employer and business owner it is your responsibility to ensure that your employees feel safe, remain safe in the workplace and try to avoid the workplace injuries. This is possible if you can create and implement a safety management program that can help you focus and enhance productivity and decrease the number of [...]

1511, 2016

Chemical exposure in the workplace

2016-11-15T22:35:44+00:00November 15th, 2016|Articles, chemical exposure|

Chemical exposure and hazards are no joke. They result in a wide range of health hazards which can eat away flesh, irritate the skin and result in a number of cancers. In order for a chemical to be deemed hazardous, it has to first come in contact with the body or enter it and result in [...]

1111, 2016

Types of accidents at work and their legal ramifications

2017-03-07T12:11:45+00:00November 11th, 2016|accident at work, Articles, Uncategorized|

Almost all injuries caused by an accident at work can be compensated by the injured employee’s employer. These include conditions that can develop overtime due to negligence of the employer or poor working conditions such as heart disease, lung disease, hearing and vision loss etc. Psychological and emotional conditions can also be attributed to certain [...]

303, 2016

Are More Hispanics Being Injured or Killed at Work?

2017-03-07T12:11:46+00:00March 3rd, 2016|Accidents, Accidents at Work, Construction Accidents, Maritime Accidents|

Hispanics are a hard-working, proud people.  In Texas, Hispanics make up a large portion of the workforce especially for dangerous jobs such as roofing, construction and agriculture.   Latinos often work low-wage jobs and are more prone to workplace injuries than other workers.  Work-place injuries involving Hispanic workers often go unreported or under-reported. Even though overall [...]