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March 2016 Archives

Sleep apnea may lead to more work injuries

A common sleep disorder could put workers in Pennsylvania and nationwide at greater risk for on-the-job injuries, according to a Canadian study. The research, which was conducted by University of British Columbia researchers, shows that those with obstructive sleep apnea were twice as likely to be injured at work and three times as likely to suffer a concentration-related accident, such as tripping or being electrocuted, than those without the disorder.

Training employees to avoid injuries in Pennsylvania workplaces

Ergonomics is the study of worker efficiency, but it Is also a field that involves ensuring that people are performing actions correctly. If people are in the habit of performing repetitive actions in the wrong way, such as with bad posture, they put themselves at risk of musculoskeletal disorders, including tendinitis and carpal tunnel syndrome.

Safety agencies raise awareness for workplace safety

OSHA has teamed up with other safety organizations to increase awareness among employees and employers about risks in the construction and the gas and oil exploration industries. Pennsylvania workers may want to know that the Step Up for Safety campaign will run through March, and the National Safety Stand-Down will run May 2 to May 6.

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