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How to help Georgia workers stay safe

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are 2,000 eye injuries that take place each day in workplaces in Georgia and throughout America. These and other injuries are generally the result of insufficient worker safety protocols. However, by creating a culture of safety, everyone can take ownership of their health. This can work to reduce the number of accidents and injuries within an organization.

STEP program could lead to huge decrease in job site injuries

According to a report on the construction industry in 2018, proactive measures at Georgia construction sites could increase work safety by an incredible 670 percent. According to the Associated Builders and Contractors, which authored the study, this would work to out an 85 percent reduction in safety incidents.

Workplace safety training for grain storage workers

Georgia residents who work in or near grain storage should be aware of the risk of suffocation. This applies to storage facilities in both commercial and on-farm grain operations. The most important factor in safety for anyone who works around stored grain is training.

Radiologists face increase in neck and back injuries

Reports of pain in the lower back and neck are becoming more common among a large number of America's radiologists, according to a recent report. Many of these radiologists across Georgia and the United States believe that the increase in pain is due to the heavy use of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems, also known as PACS.

Machinery can lead to workplace injuries

Machinery can pose a danger to workers on the job in Georgia, especially when moving parts are unguarded and left without protections. "Pinch point" is a term that is used to describe a particularly dangerous part of a machine, any section that could catch a person or a body part enough to cause injury.

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