July 10, 2020
Any workplace accidents and injuries are caused by a sudden, unexpected single event, but there is a group of work-related injuries that can occur slowly, over an extended period of time.
Orthopedic injuries to the musculoskeletal system are among the most common type of work injuries. They can be caused by a single incident or by long-term strain.
Back and neck injuries are among the most common suffered in the workplace. These injuries usually involve damage to muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and/or discs.
Working in a restaurant or commercial kitchen can be dangerous, regardless of the employee’s position. Head chefs and dishwashers alike face a variety of potential hazards that could lead to serious, life-altering or even fatal injuries.
Working in a factory, warehouse or plant comes with inherent risks. Factory workers can be in danger of suffering a variety of workplace accidents due to the grueling demands of their job.
Not everyone works in a quiet office. Some of the most important jobs require workers to spend long periods of time in loud factories or on construction sites where there is constant noise that can permanently affect their hearing.
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