Common Building Site Hazards

Construction sites are inherently hazardous environments. Workers face numerous risks as they navigate these areas filled with heavy machinery, high structures, and ongoing activities. To prevent injuries, construction companies need to implement rigorous safety protocols and provide comprehensive training. If you or someone you know was injured due to a hazard on a construction site,…


Winter Safety Training for Employees

Winter in Colorado can be strikingly harsh, especially for employees working in cold weather. With temperatures often plunging below freezing, the risks of exposure to severe cold are significant, ranging from minor discomfort to serious medical conditions like hypothermia and frostbite. However, with the right training and preparation, these dangerous illnesses or injuries can be…


Work-related factors that contribute to police officer PTSD

People working for law enforcement agencies in Colorado have demanding duties placed on them. The nature of the work can leave a police officer with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This psychological response to difficult or agonizing situations impacts a person’s ability to function at work and in private life. Multiple issues raise the risk of…


OSHA’s fatal four in Colorado workplaces

A recent report by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) found that an average of 12 work-related injuries occur every day in Colorado and the rest of the country. Most of these fatalities result from four main hazards that OSHA refers to as the “fatal four.” Falls Falls remain the number one cause of…


Protecting your eyes on the job in Colorado

If you’re a worker, chances are you’re exposed to a variety of potential hazards on the job. And while you may take measures to protect yourself from things like slips, trips and falls, you might not think about protecting your eyes. However, since eye injuries are some of the most common workers’ compensation claims, it’s…


Is your Colorado job dangerous?

There are many types of jobs, and some are more dangerous than others. Risky jobs have a high injury and fatality rate, and that’s why they typically lead to workers’ compensation claims. If you work in a high-risk environment, it’s important to take the proper steps to prevent injuries and protect yourself in the event…

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