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Getting justice after being hurt by defective work equipment

A previous post on this blog discussed how those who run construction zones and other work sites in the San Diego area have an obligation to make sure that the equipment at the work site is safe for workers to use. This oftentimes includes adhering to detailed state and federal safety standards.

Safety standards apply to construction equipment

Although of course San Diego, California, construction workers should do what they can to stay safe around their equipment and thus prevent construction accidents, it is ultimately the responsibility of the employer to provide safe and properly working equipment that will not hurt the employer's staff.

Tips to keep your fingertips: Table saw safety for the workplace

If you work with a table saw on a regular basis, you're in danger of losing your fingertips in a saw accident. Just look at your co-workers who have been on the job for decades. There's a good chance that some of them are missing a finger, or part of a finger.

Truckers have to be ready to stop

Even more so than the drivers of passenger cars, truck drivers absolutely must leave themselves plenty of time to stop their vehicles and do so safely. If they do not meet this important responsibility, they can cause serious rear-end car accidents. Moreover, because trucks weigh so much, rear-end accidents that might have been a minor fender-bender if it involved a car can turn fatal.

3 tips for record-keeping after a work injury

You went to work, and it seemed like a day like any other. It was fairly easy and you even thought you'd get to go home early. Unfortunately, one wrong move made your day into a nightmare. A coworker turned on machinery when you were in the way, and now you have serious injuries to recover from.

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