Nagging shoulder pain can be caused by a variety of conditions, such as arthritis, bursitis, or sprains. It can also be caused by rotator cuff injuries, which can range from rotator cuff tendonitis to more serious tears requiring surgery, medication, corticosteroid injections, and physical therapy. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons reports that close to two » Read More
Anyone who had a fractured bone knows how much it affects their daily lives. It can happen practically anywhere; at home, playing sports, at the mall, or at work. When it does happen at work, it can be caused by falling objects, vehicle crashes, equipment malfunctions, slip and fall accidents, or repetitive stress injuries. Although » Read More
Many workers face risks on the job. Some endure extreme conditions as well. The Rugged Test Lab at Dell Inc. recently evaluated the most rugged occupations in America according to physical demands, risk of injury, and extreme environmental conditions. The Rugged Test Lab engineers are primarily responsible for designing and testing Dell’s line of rugged » Read More
Health care workers face higher risks for workplace violence than other occupations, according to the Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) Daily Advisor. They investigated workplace assaults over a three-year period, which averaged between 23,540 and 25,630; out of these, 70 to 74 percent occurred in health care and social service settings. Some of the riskiest » Read More
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2018, there were nearly 124,000 occupational injuries involving hands that caused employees to miss work. The most common types of hand injuries include: Cuts and lacerations Puncture wounds Chemical burns Absorption of harmful substances Abrasions Crushes Fractures, sprains, and tears Hand-arm vibration syndrome Several organizations, including the » Read More
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