Injuries at Work

injuries at work

Work Accidents: The Most Common Workplace Injuries

Workplace accidents can happen to anyone. While some professions are inherently more ‘risky’ than others (e.g. a builder is more likely than a marketing manager to get hit by a falling hammer), there’s no such thing as an injury-proof job. All industries, environments and roles come with some degree of risk – nobody is  immune …

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Staying Safe at Work: Hazardous Jobs Made Less Risky

Almost all occupations involve some risk but there are those that are just far more dangerous than others. The most hazardous jobs include working in a construction site, being a logger, miner or firefighter and those are just to mention a few. The truth can not be concealed that these jobs really are dangerous and …

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Health and community services workers’ compensation information

The health and community services sector is responsible for our health and well-being. This sector includes hospitals, clinics, retirement and nursing homes. We rely on the workers in this sector to take care of us, and our loved ones at our time of need. Should these workers have some sort of accident, it is highly …

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Manufacturing health and safety compensation information

When you work in the manufacturing industry, the first thing that you, as a worker, should know is your entitlement to workers’ compensation in the event of a work-related accident. Though companies and organisations try their best to keep their workplace as safe as possible, there are times when accidents happen. If you do work …

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Slip Hazard at Work

Analysis Of A Common Workplace Injury – Slip and Fall

There is a great deal of literature available in relation to the prevention of trips and falls at work. The department of Industrial Relations Workplace Health and Safety has published information suggesting that more than 13,000 Queensland workers are involved in a slip and fall incident at work which costs over $60 million dollars in …

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Building Industry workers’ compensation information

With the boom in real estate, particularly in the mining areas, you would expect a number of building projects to kick off, giving the industry the much needed boost it needs to get back on its feet. Residential apartments, Stand-alone houses, office buildings, hospitals, schools and government buildings all rely on the building industry and …

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