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Truck driving among the most dangerous jobs in America

There were 918 truck driver and sales drivers killed on the job in 2016 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The death toll was higher than any other occupation in the United States in that time period. Farmers and agricultural managers had the second most dangerous job in the country during that year as that sector recorded 260 deaths. Overall, 5,190 people died in Pennsylvania and throughout the country while at work in 2016.

Is your job among the most dangerous?

Safety at work is not yet a universal norm. Workplaces continue to advance safety measures, but some select industries still stand out as the most dangerous potential work environments. Depending on your work environment, you may be at greater risk for workplace injury than those in another industry.

How employers can reduce the risk of heat stroke

When temperatures rise, Pennsylvania employees who work outside or in workplaces that do not have temperature-controlled environments, they may be at risk for heat stroke. In some cases, heat stroke can be fatal, especially when the temperatures soar into the high 80s and 90s. However, fatal heat stroke can still occur even when the Heat Index is below 91 degrees Fahrenheit.

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