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February 2015 Archives

What are distractions that lead to workplace injuries?


North Carolina residents know they shouldn't be texting and driving, but do they know about cellphone regulations on the job? With 61 percent of people across the country owning a cellphone, and 3 billion text message being sent during a single day, chances are that more and more people are using their cellphone while working. And even though people assume using a cellphone while driving is the only unsafe behavior, the reality is that using a cellphone while working is just as big a distraction and can lead to someone getting hurt on the job.

Safety tips to avoid work accidents in snowstorms


As the country is covered by relentless snow storms, and children are kept home from schools one snow day after another, not every North Carolina worker may have the luxury of sipping warm coffee at home in front of a fire. Many have to go into work, and their work is even more necessary because of the snowstorm;their jobs facilitate others when it is snowing, such as clearing snow from the road, removing damaged power lines or fallen trees.

Young workers more likely to suffer injuries on the job


When the economy plummeted, many young people were forced to join the workforce, either as an alternative to studying or accompanying their studies as a way to pay for their schooling. Even though the economy is improving right now, many young people still make up a significant part of the workforce. In fact, there were around 18.1 million workers in the workforce younger than 24 years of age in 2013. This translates to 13 percent of the workforce.

We can help your recovery after a construction workers' accident


As readers of the Charlotte NC Workers' Compensation Blog may have read last week, a construction accident in North Carolina recently injured three workers, one of whom sustained an injury to the arm. A workplace injury requires medical attention to heal and with medical care comes medical bills that may be very high. Additionally, especially in the construction business, an injury to an arm or a leg means taking time off from work during a period of unexpected medical expenses.

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