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Workplace Safety

On the Job Heat Stroke Risks

Texas workers have to deal with a lot of dangers when they go to work. First, Texas has a poor record when it comes to protecting workers. Also, Texas has a very large number of workers in industries with high incidences of injuries and fatalities. The oil and gas industry, construction industries, and roofers, long…

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Oil Field Accidents, Workplace Safety

Stats Show Texas is #1 State for Workplace Injuries, Illness

Welcome to the fourth in our series examining the issues surrounding workplace safety in San Antonio, Bexar County and Texas as a whole. In this post, we discuss the current state of workplace injuries and illness based on current statistics. One #1 Status Texas Shouldn’t Want The prevalence of workplace accidents that cause injuries and…

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Workplace Safety

The Importance of Forklift Safety in the Workplace

  This marks the second post in our series on the importance of safe workplaces in San Antonio and the state of Texas. This time, we discuss one of the most common and useful heavy equipment found in many workplaces; the forklift. Forklifts Prevent Injury When Used Safely One of the most important and useful…

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Workplace Safety

Things Every Employer Should Know Regarding Workplace Safety

OSHA workplace safety enforcement has had a difficult time of late. A spate of deregulation and depleted personnel due to the coronavirus pandemic have taken a toll on their safety enforcement, thus making the process more difficult. Also, the pandemic has shut down a large number of workplaces, and that makes discovering problems more difficult….

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Workplace Safety

What Texas Workers Should Know as They Return to Work

As everyone has no doubt noticed, many Texas businesses are scrambling to reopen following the extended response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. That means workers all over Texas are considering either a return to their previous work or preparing for a new job after an extended period of working at home. Many returning workers are…

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Workplace Safety

As Texans Return to Work, What Employers Should Know

As many Texas businesses begin to reopen following the response to the coronavirus pandemic, at the same time, workers statewide are also either considering a return to work after an extended period of working remotely, or accepting new employment with a new company. Many of those returning workers are currently receiving unemployment benefits; some sources…

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Workplace Safety

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