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Investigators Try to Find Cause Behind Deadly Colorado Springs Work Accident

Unless you’re working at a high-risk job, it can be easy to forget that workplace accidents are some of the most common.  Many people throughout Southern Colorado face dangers on a day-to-day basis, but just because a job has inherent dangers, don’t make accidents any less preventable.  Just last week an industrial accident took a woman’s life in Colorado Springs …

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Logging Is The Most Dangerous Job in Colorado

Many workers in Colorado and across America get to go to work every day without the fear of suffering a workplace injury or being killed while performing their job. For some occupations, however, workplace injuries or fatalities are a constant concern, and certain jobs always find their way to the top of the lists of America’s most dangerous. Riskmanagementmonitor.com’s list …

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Logging Is The Most Dangerous Job in Colorado

Many workers in Colorado and across America get to go to work every day without the fear of suffering a workplace injury or being killed while performing their job. For some occupations, however, workplace injuries or fatalities are a constant concern, and certain jobs always find their way to the top of the lists of America’s most dangerous. Riskmanagementmonitor.com’s list …

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Cell Phone Use Increases Work Injury Claims, Too

Workers and employers both have a great reason to implement a ban on cell phone use when driving while on the clock — to avoid work injury! As Colorado Springs work injury lawyers, we can tell you that auto accidents in the company car/on company time definitely fall under workman’s comp laws. And neither employee nor employer want to 1) …

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Colorado Workers’ Comp Covers the Majority of Local Employees

Work place injuries, unfortunately, are not just a hazard of working at building renovation sites or for logging companies. Accountant offices, school libraries and every seemingly safe and quiet work environment can be the site of a work accident. Mistakes just happen. Anyone can be hurt on the job. That’s why employers must meet federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for a safe work environment. If you’ve worked a job, you’ve very likely dozed through a few hours of required safety training, right?