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OSHA asked to investigate McDonald's

It is not uncommon to hear about McDonald's employees having to deal with angry customers while at work. Recently, employees have asked OSHA to look into these incidents and how the company has handled them. The workers want the workplace watchdog organization to assess how McDonald's responds to workplace violence in stores throughout Pennsylvania and rest the country. According to the National Employment Law Project, there have been 271 media reports of violence at various locations in the past three years.

Tips for preventing workers and equipment from falling

Workers in Pennsylvania, especially construction workers, know that there is a danger in being struck by falling objects. OSHA has called falling objects the third leading cause of deaths in construction. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has said that 5.2% of all workplace injuries are the result of falling objects striking workers. In 2017, there were 45,940 such injuries.

NIOSH fact sheet can help employers prevent falls

Falls are the No. 1 cause of fatalities among construction workers throughout Pennsylvania and the rest of the U.S., according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Every year, an average of 310 construction workers die in falls. Another 10,350 fall victim to fall-related injuries. The majority of falls from scaffolding, roofs and ladders occur in the construction industry.

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