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Overexertion at work occurs when workers become too tired to do their jobs. This fatigue can lead to injuries because the worker doesn’t concentrate. Overexertion injuries can pull muscles, cause backaches, and create a range of health problems because the body can’t handle any extra physical or emotional pressure. According to the National Safety Council,…

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Issues pertaining to workers’ compensation and the injuries that trigger these benefits are often thought of in relationship to heavy manual labor jobs such as those in the construction industry. However, the truth is that debilitating injuries can occur in almost any workplace environment, including in an office settings in which customer service representatives work.…

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As a subcategory of the hospitality and leisure industries, more than 2 million workers are part of the entertainment, arts, and recreation sector. The professionals who work in these industries operate in various types of facilities and establishments that deliver entertainment, recreational, and cultural interests to customers. Although the average number of workplace injuries in…

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Burns can prevent workers from doing their job. Some burns heal quickly. Some burns require long-term care. Sadly, there are workers who do die due to severe burn injuries. Burns are usually categorized by their severity. First-degree burns are fairly mild, and don’t penetrate the skin too deeply. Second-degree burns damage the external skin and…

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Today, many workers are able to enjoy working from home at least part of the work week. Some employees never need to step foot into a physical office. A lot of work can be done through computers where workers can keep track of their hours. With videoconferencing and new software, workers can meet with their…

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