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ComEd worker suffers workplace injury in fall from cherry picker

ComEd employees in Missouri and other states are exposed to many hazards, and it is vital that they receive appropriate safety training. A worker who is not trained to recognize a dangerous situation will not be able to avoid a workplace injury. Along with the dangers posed by power lines, the hazards associated with aerial lifts and working at heights must also be addressed.

Construction worker killed when struck in work zone

Highway construction zones in Missouri will always be dangerous areas for workers even if all safety regulations are observed. Unfortunately, the chances are good that there will be an impaired, distracted or otherwise negligent driver passing through a construction zone, threatening the lives of the workers. One such incident claimed the life of a construction worker on a recent Thursday morning.

Construction accident claims life of 25-year-old in fall

Every life lost in a workplace accident that could have been prevented is one too many. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration maintains that every construction accident can be prevented by following prescribed safety regulations. Unfortunately, not all construction company owners in Missouri prioritize workers' safety and known hazards are often left unaddressed.

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